Land of Mizos

Mizoram is a state in northeastern India, with Aizawl as its capital city. The name is derived from "Mizo", the name of the native inhabitants, and "Ram", which means land, and thus Mizoram means "land of the Mizos".
The capital city of Mizoram is situated at about 1132 meters above sea level. It is a 112-year-old bustling city set on ridges of steep hills. The picturesque city of Aizwal overlooks the Sylvan valley of river Tlawang and ranges of blue hills. Places of interest for tourists are State Museum, Horticulture Centre, Durtaling hills, handicrafts & handloom emporium.Aizawl is the capital of the state of Mizoram in India. Aizawl was officially established on 25 February 1890. With a population of 293,416, it is the largest city in the state. It is also the centre of administration containing all the important government offices, state assembly house and civil secretariat.
Onto the Myanmar border the Champhai city is the commercial city of Mizroma. The breezy hills are strewn with beautiful rhododendron blossoms. The town is the hub for trekking and visiting landmarks and historical places in the vicinity which includes Rih Dil, the mythical lake.Champhai district is one of the eleven districts of Mizoram state in India. The district is bounded on the north by Churachandpur district of Manipur state, on the west by Saitual and Serchhip districts, and on the south and east by Myanmar. The district occupies an area of 3185.83 km
Tip of Reiek Mountain
To the west of Aizwal a prominent mountain lies onto which Reiek village is located. The tip of the mountain looks like gentle slopes on the eastern side and on the Northern side is having spectacular rocky cliffs notched with caves. A must-visit for adventure seekers.
Cheraw Dance
Popularly known as Bamboo dance is the traditional dance of Mizoram. Draped in bright colored traditional costumes young women perform this dance. Bamboo poles are opened and closed rhythmically and tapped on the ground through which women has to pass adroitly stepping in and out to perform this dance.Cheraw dance is a traditional cultural dance performed in Mizoram, India, consisting of mostly six to eight people holding pairs of bamboo staves on another horizontally placed bamboo on the ground.