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Information About State

One of the states of northeast India and a part of 7 sisters community, Mizoram has border boundaries with Manipur, Tripura, Assam, Bangladesh and Myanmar. Aizawl, being the state capital is the largest and the most beautiful city of the state. The city encompasses the hub of cultural and religious activities of the Mizo people. Mizoram has features like rolling hills, valleys, rivers which is the reason the state is called the ‘State of Highland people”. The official count of the area under forest is more than 91% of the total area.

The state ranks 3 in terms of literacy in the country with close to 91.58%. As per the district literacy leader, the state holds the top position. The social and gender imparity in the state is the best in the country, thus making it the most secure state in the social factors. The state has abundant and dense bamboo jungles, which makes the environment and atmosphere rich in quality and greenery. The state is located in the corner of the southeast area of the country. It is the state with international borders and a water body in its beyond. The state is a hilly terrain that has many rivers and waterfalls which makes it a land of Blue Mountains. The name of the state is based on the major inhabitant group of the state, the Mizo community. The state has the highest concentration of tribal communities in the nation.

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Local Culture

The 23rd state of the Union of India was formed in February 1987. The Mizoram has a state museum in its capital city Aizawl which offers the cultural and traditional diversities and values of people. The ancient languages of Mizoram included Duhlian also called ‘Lusei’, Hmar, Mara, Lai, Thadou, Kuki, Paite, Gangte, etc. Later the Mizo language came into existence, from the literature and dialects of its previous languages.

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Agriculture

About sixty per cent of the people of Mizoram are engaged in agriculture activities and the allied subsidiaries. The major pattern of harvesting and sowing is Jhum or Shifting cultivation. Of the total area, 21% is under paddy/seasonal crops and 63% is under Jhum cultivation.

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Educational and Employment Opportunities

Handloom and Handicraft

Handlooms and Handicrafts are given high priority and importance within the activities of the economy of the state. The following industries extensively work to satisfy the consumers' demand, by offering new ways, technology, quality, cost-cutting and state of the art and craft facilities.

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