Mizoram is a state located in the northeastern region of India. It is known for its natural beauty, rich culture, and heritage. Mizoram is known for its natural beauty, with several waterfalls, caves, and limestone formations. The state is home to the Phawngpui, which is the highest peak in the state, and the Durtlang Hills, which offer beautiful views of the surrounding landscape.

Mizoram is also known for its rich cultural heritage, which is reflected in its art, music, dance, and festivals. Mizoram is also an important center for agriculture, with crops such as rice, maize, and fruits being grown extensively in the region.

Below are some important facts to remember about Mizoram:

• Mizoram is one of the states of Northeast India.

• It was established on 20th February 1987.

• Mizoram shares its borders with Myanmar in east and south, Bangladesh in south and east, Assam in east, and Manipur in north.

• Total area in the state is 21,087 square km.

• Total population in the state is 10, 91, 014 according to 2011 census.

• It is the 2nd least populous state in the country.

• The density of population is 52 persons per square kilometer.

• Total literacy rate is 91.58%.

• There are 8 districts in the state.

• The official language is Mizo.

• The biggest river in Mizoram is Chhimtuipui.

• The majority of the population is Christian (87%).

• Aizawal is the capital city of the state.

• The economy of the state is depends on agriculture.

• Mim Kut or Maize Festivals, Chaphar Kut, Pawl Kut etc are the festival celebrated by Mizos.

State Symbols of Mizoram
Category English Term Mizo Term
Animal Serow Saza
Bird Hume's Pheasant Vavu
Flower Red Vanda Senhri
Tree Iron Wood Herhse