Mizoram at a glance

Mizoram is a state located in northeastern India, bordered by Myanmar and the Indian states of Tripura, Assam, and Manipur. Its capital is Aizawl, and the official language is Mizo and English. The state is known for its natural beauty, including its hilly terrain, forests, and rivers. The state's economy is primarily based on agriculture, forestry, and tourism. Mizoram is also known for its rich culture and traditions, with many ethnic groups living in the state, each with their own unique customs and festivals.

Here, Mizoram at a glance provides important information and figures about Mizoram. This is helpful for General Knowledge exams.

Manipur at a glance
Particulars Description
Capital Aizawl
Established 21-Jan-72
Largest City Aizawl
Latitude 23.1645° N
Longitude 92.9376° E
Area Total 21087 sq km
Districts 11
Sub-divisions 23
Blocks 26
Total Towns 23
Villages 704
Total Population (Census 2011) 10,91,014
Male (Census 2011) 5,52,339
Female (Census 2011) 5,38,675
Density 52 per sq. km
Literacy Rate -Total 91.58%
Literacy Rate -Male 93.35%
Literacy Rate -Female 89.27%
Highest peak Phawngpui (7,077 ft)
Official Language Mizo and English
State Mammal Saza
State Bird Vavu
State Flower Senhri 
State Tree Herhse 
Airport Aizawl
Lok Sabha Constituency 1
Rajya Sabha Seat 1
Vidhan Sabha Constituency 40