Mizoram State Information
Districts in Mizoram
Mizoram state map:
Mizoram state capital city is Aizawl. The total area of the state is 21,087 Km.Sq. According to recent census the total population of the state was 8,88,573 among them male population is 4,59,109 and female population is 4,29,464. Sex ratio of the state is 975 females per 1000 males and literacy rate is 91.58 %.
Mizoram state vehicle registration code is MZ.
Chief Minister of the state is Pu Lal Thanhawla and Governor is Lt General Nirbhay Sharma.
|Meaning of Mizoram||Land of the highlanders|
|Time Zone||IST (UTC+05:30)|
|State Formation Day||20-Feb-87|
|People of the state called as||Mizo|
|Females per 1000 Males||975|
|Literacy Rate||91.58 %|
|State Vehicle Registration Code||MZ|
|No. of districts||8|
|Chief Minister||Pu Lal Thanhawla|
|Governor||Lt General Nirbhay Sharma|
|State Animal||Hoolock Gibbon|
|State Flower||Red Vanda|
|State Bird||Mrs. Hume's pheasant|
|State Tree||Iron wood|
Important Festivals of the state:
Chap-char Kut, Mim Kut and Pawl Kut, Thalfavang Kut, Christmas are the major festivals celebrated in Mizoram state.
Top tourist places in Mizoram:
Tamdil Lake, Burrra Bazar, KV Paradise, Luangmual Handicrafts Centre, Khawnglung Wildlife Sanctuary, Durtlang Hills, Vantawang Falls, Sibuta Lung, Reiek Heritage Village, Shiv Mandir, Mizoram State Museum, Thorangtlang Wildlife Sanctuary (Lunglei), Mini Zoological Garden, Ngengpui Wildlife Sanctuary, Lohawka Wildlife Sanctuary, Sinemon Wildlife Sanctuary, Memorial of Chhingpui, Saza Wildlife Sanctuary, Tomb of Vanhimailian, Phulpui Grave, Paikhai, Mangkahia Lung, Serlui B Dam, Tuirial Dam, Vantawng Falls, Zoluti Hriatrengna Lung, Chhingpuii Thlan, Mura Puk, Palak Wildlife Sanctuary (Champhai), Lengteng Wildlife Sanctuary are the major tourist attractions of the state.
Rice, maize, pulses, oil seeds ,potato, Ginger, turmeric, pepper, mandarin, orange, banana, passion fruit, grapes, pineapple are the major crops that are cultivated mostly in the state.
Important Rivers of the state:
Tlawng, Tut, Tuirial and Tuivawl are the major rivers that flow in Mizoram.
Bai, Vawksa Rep, Koat Pitha, Sanpiau, Misa Mach Poora, Mizo Vawksa, Chhum Han, Misa Mach Poora, Hmarcha Rawt, Panch Phoron Taarkari, Mizoram Laksa Stock, Sanpiau are few of the many varieties of Mizoram.
Manipur, Assam and Tripura are the neighbouring states of Mizoram.
Districts in the state and their information is given below.
Banks and their branches:
|Sno.||Bank Name||No. of branches|
|2||Bank Of Baroda||1|
|3||Bank Of India||3|
|4||Bank Of Maharashtra||1|
|6||Central Bank Of India||2|
|9||ICICI Bank Limited||2|
|11||Indian Overseas Bank||1|
|13||Punjab And Sind Bank||1|
|14||Punjab National Bank||1|
|15||South Indian Bank||1|
|16||State Bank Of India||41|
|19||Union Bank Of India||1|
|20||United Bank Of India||4|