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Area    : 21,087Sqkm 
Capital : Aizawl
Districts         : 8
Language : Mizo and English
Population : 1,097,206 (2011 census)
Literacy : 91.33% (2011 census)
State Bird : Mrs. Hume's Pheasant
State Animal : Hillock Gibbon
State Flower : Red Vanada
State Tree : Iron Wood
Mizoram map

Mizoram, in the local language, means the land of Mizos. Mizo itself means highlander. Under the British administration, Mizoram was known as Lushai Hills district. In 1954 by an Act of Parliament, the name was changed to Mizo Hills district. In 1972, when it was made into a union territory, it was named Mizoram. Mizoram became the 23rd state of the Indian union on February 20,1987.


Mizoram has a number of places which are of historical interest and are associated with folklore, legends and stories which are passed on from generation to generation.
About Mizoram
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Mizoram occupies the north east corner of India. In shape it is rather like a narrow and inverted triangle.

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Colourful Mizoram

In Mizoram, there are three main festivals in a year...

Fairs and Festivals
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The dances of the Lushais, pawis and Lakhers are mostly common.More...