The complete conversion to Christianity among the Rongmei tribes in Manipur has few parallels in the history of religious conversions – a period in which entire tribes and communities abandoned their traditional beliefs and converted to Christianity within a span of a hundred years. Under these circumstances, only a few traditional primitive religions of these numerous tribes were able to withstand the mass exodus to Christianity. As a result, the twentieth century witnessed the demise of most traditional religions and their replacement by Christianity in the region. However, a few traditional religions have managed to survive and coexist with Christianity. This article attempts to give an insight into the efforts of the Rongmei in Manipur to preserve and propagate their indigenous religion, often drawing influences and inspirations from Christianity and other religions to preserve their traditional beliefs.