Capital : Aizwal
Area : 21.00
Population : 9
Principal Languages : Mizo & English
Mizoram is the southern most tip of the hill states, protruding downwards between Burma and Bangladesh. Towards its north we have Manipur, Assam and Tripura, and in the Western most part are the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh, and finally Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) in the East. Mizoram means, “Land of the Highlanders” in the local language, Mizo. The Mizo Hills, which dominate the states topography, rise to more than 2000 m (6560 ft) near the Myanmar border. The hilly terrain has given the land of Mizoram its pleasant personality.
This land of Mizoram has visually unique sights. The Mizo’s love for flowers has them growing beautiful orchids and geraniums in their gardens and surroundings. Taking note of the population, the Christians make up a solid 84 per cent of the Mizo population while 7 per cent are Hindu’s and about 1 per cent of the population is Muslim.