Thursday, July 24, 2008


The youngest state Mizoram, formerly known as the Lushai Hills is situated in the North Eastern Corner of India. It is flanked by Bangladesh and Tripura in the West and Burma in the East. Scenic beauty combined with mild climate adds to the charm of a generous people. The beauty of Mizo society is that westernization mixes harmoniously with local traditions. Music and dance is the sprit of their culture. Mizoram is also a botanist's paradise as there are many kinds of orchids, wildflowers and herbs found over here.
Altitude: 3715 feet. Temperature (Deg C): Summer - Max. 29, Min. 20. Winter - Max. 21, Min. 10. Rainfall: Approx. 200 cms to 350 cms. ( May to September ). Best Season: September to May.Places Of Interest: Aizwal Town, Mizoram State Museum, The Weaving Centre, Bora Bazar, Luangmual Handicrafts Centre, Zoo.
Excursions: Tamdil- 60 kms, Champai- 192 kms, Lunglei- 235 kms, Tawi- 140 kms, Saiha - 360 kms, Phawngpuri, Dampa, Kolasib.
Reach - By Air: Aizwal is connected with Guwahati, Silchar & Calcutta which in turn is connected to major cities.By Rail: Nearest railway station is Silchar (Assam)- 180 kms from Aizwal and Guwahati- 397 kms from Silchar is connected with the most of the major places in India.By Road: Guwahati- 506 kms, Imphal- 374 kms, Kohima- 497 kms, Shillong- 430 kms, Agartala- 443 kms.

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