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Aizawl, Mizoram Travel Guide

Aizawl is the state capital of Mizoram. Mizoram is one among the seven states of the North Eastern region of India sharing borders with Bangladesh and Burma (Myanmar). Aizawl is located near the tropic of cancer which runs through the State of Mizoram. It is situated around 4000 feet above the sea level with a beautiful landscape. The city was made as a base for the British battalion in 1890 and in the later periods the city saw tribal uprisings. The Mizo tribes had made frequent attempts to resist the British force, but were shunned by the British army. Later, in March 1966 the Mizo (speaking a kind of Tibeto- Burman language) National Front succeeded in acquiring an independent status from the clutches of the Assam Force. It is a political and commercial center of Mizoram. Pollution free roads, enchanting river valley, panoramic view of lush green hills, soothing music (guitar) and the hand woven clothes are the main attractions of Aizawl. Majority of the population in Aizawl (all over Mizoram it is same) are Christians. They are soft spoken and friendly. Places to see Bung: This is a picnic spot situated near the town of Aizawl (just 15kms). Falkawn Village: It is located towards the south of the city and is just 18kms drive from the city of Aizawl. Must visit this village to get a preview of how the Mizo people actually live. Sairung: This also is village based on the banks of river Tlawang. It is just 19kms drive from Aizawl towards the west. Mizoram State Museum: It is in the heart of the city. The museum displays things from the past belonging to the Mizo tribe; displays their textile, photographs, musical instruments, and some archeological items. It is closed on Sundays. Tamdil: Tamdil, or Tam Lake is a beautiful picnic spot that lies 85kms away from Aizawl approximately. It is a natural Lake. You can go for a boat ride, or can cherish the calm and fresh ambience reclining on the lakeside. Ruantlang Village: This village is located within the Champai district but can be reached through Aizawl. Champai is about 200kms far from Aizawl, but people visiting Aizawl must visit this also to get a view of the tribal way of living. Vantawang Waterfall: It is the highest waterfall of the Mizoram state. It is about 150kms away from the city of Aizawl. The place is fascinating with bamboo forests all around. Aizawl has a well equipped airport. There are regular air services to Kolkata, Guwahati and Imphal. The city is well connected by road through NH-54, NH-40 and NH-150. In other words, you can take a taxi from Silchar (in Assam), from Agartala (Tripura State), or even from Imphal (Manipur). This is the destination for those who are in need of a calm and quiet recreation.

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