Mizoram is a state in north-eastern India. Mizoram shares its borders with other northeast states like Manipur, Tripura, and Assam as well as with neighboring countries of Bangladesh and Myanmar. Its area is 21,081 sq. km.
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Historical places in Mizoram:-
Kungawrhi Hnuhluhna : Kungawrhi Puk is one of the most significant and largest caves in Mizoram. This cave is located on the hills between Farkawn and Vaphai villages in the Champhaidistrict.
Sibuta Lung : Sibuta Lung is a memorial stone found at Tachhip village, 20 Km from Aizawl town. Sibuta Lung was raised by a Palian chief about 300 years ago.
Neermahal: Neermahal, meaning the water palace, floats in the middle of the Rudrasagar Lake. It is a picturesque spot that invites many for its beauty.
Popular cities in Mizoram:-
Culture:-. The Mizo Formed one of the important hill tribes of India sub-continen. Thei traditional cherished beliefs, values with various social religious practices as well as culture hava given them a distinct mizo identity. The mizo are a vibrant, highly cultured and sociable people.
Festivals:-The Chapchar Kut Festival is one of the major and joyful festivals in Mizoram moreover Mim Kut Festival and. Pawl Kut Festival also celebrated here.
Language:-. There are three official languages of the state – Mizo, Hindi, and English. The Duhlian dialect, which is also known as Lusei, is the first language of the state.
By Air: Aizawl has a domestic airport and is well-connected to many cities like Guwahati, Imphal and Kolkata through regular daily flights. Flights to Dimapur and Agartala also operate from Aizawl.
By Rail : There is no regular trains to Aizawl from other major cities of the country. The nearest Railway station is at Agartala which is located at a distance of 145kms.
By Road : Mizoram is connected through National Highway 54 from Silchar, Assam. Mizoram State Transport buses ply regularly from Aizawl to Guwahati, Silchar and Shillong.
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