This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word LOI
Loi is the word in the Meitei language for the term "scheduled caste". The term "Loi" is given to the Meitei villages of Manipur in northeast India who refused to adopt Hinduism when the newly converted Manipuri king ordered all his subjects to adopt the religion.
There are 73 Loi villages in Manipur. Only eight of them have come under presidential provision of scheduled caste reservation of the Indian Constitution.