Destination Details
Destination:   North East India Mizoram
Destination Type:   Cities
City:   North East India
Country:   India

How to reach

By Air: Lengpui Airport which is 1 hr drive from Aizawl is well connected by Air to Kolkata,  Guwahati and Imphal


By Rail: Nearest Railhead is Silchar in Assam which is about 6 hrs drive from Aizawl, Maxi Cabs  are available from Zarkawt, Aizawl


By Road: NH-54 connects Aizawl with the rest of the country through Silchar. Buses and taxis  are available from Silchar to Aizawl (6-8 hrs). Night services are also available. Aizawl is also  accessible by road from Shillong and Guwahati.


There are *Eight states* in Northeast:

 Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Tripura, Sikkim, Nagaland.

There are nearly *220 languages* spoken in the Northeast, It is a mix of Tibetan, South-east Asian and East Indian Cultures.

 Northeast is the only part of India that the *Mughal Empire could not  conquer

The *Ahom Dynasty*, which ruled the Northeast for 600 years, is the longest unbroken Dynasty in Indian history.

The world's largest river island, the *Majuli* and the world's smallest river island, *Umananda* both are in the Northeast.

Seven prominent National Parks* of India are located in Northeast.

*Shillong* is considered as the Rock Capital of India.

 *Mawsynram* in Meghalaya holds the Guinness World Record for being the Wettest Place on Earth.

 *Sualkuchi* in Assam is one of the World's largest weaving villages where the entire population is engaged in weaving Silk Fabrics.

 *Mugs*, the Golden Silk of Assam, is not produced anywhere else in the World.

It is the cleanest region in India. *Mawlynnong* in Meghalaya is the cleanest village in *entire Asia*.

 70% of the country's *Orchids* are found in Northeast.

 Mizoram and Tripura are among the states with the highest *Literacy* rate in India.

There is *no Dowry* culture in entire Northeast.


The Jewel of India

Mizoram is one of the states of Northeast India, with Aizawl as its capital. The name is derived  from Mi (people), Zo (hill) and Ram (land), and thus Mizoram implies "land of the hill people". In  the northeast, it is the southern most landlocked state sharing borders with three of the seven  sister states, namelyTripura, Assam, Manipur. The state also shares a 722 kilometer border with  the neighbouring countries ofBangladesh and Myanmar.


Population (2011): 1,091,014

Literacy: 91.58%

Official language: Manipuri

Religion: Vaishnavite Hindu 

Weather & Rainfall


Mizoram has a mild climate, relatively cool in summer 20 to 29 °C (68 to 84 °F) and winter  temperatures range from 7 to 22 °C (45 to 72 °F). The region is influenced by monsoons, raining  heavily from May to September with little rain in the dry (cold) season. The climate pattern is  moist tropical to moist sub-tropical, with average state rainfall 254 centimetres (100 in) per  annum. In the capital Aizawl, rainfall is about 215 centimetres (85 in) and in Lunglei, another  major centre, about 350 centimetres (140 in). The state is in a region where cyclones and  landslides can cause weather-related emergencies.

Durtlang Hills 

Solomon's Temple

Mizoram State Museum

Burrra Bazar

Tamdil Lake




North East India Mizoram

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