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Mizoram (English pronunciation: /mɪˈzɔərəm/) is one of the states of Northeast India, with Aizawl as its capital. The name is derived from Mi (people), Zo (Belonging to the people of Mizoram/Lushai Hills) and Ram (land), and thus Mizoram implies "land of the hill people". In the northeast, it is the southern most landlocked state sharing borders with three of the seven sister states, namely Tripura, Assam, Manipur. The state also shares a 722 kilometer border with the neighbouring countries of Bangladesh and Myanmar.

Like several other northeastern states of India, Mizoram was previously part of Assam until 1972, when it was carved out as a Union Territory. It became the 23rd state of India, a step above Union Territory, on 20 February 1987.

Mizoram's population was 1,091,014, according to 2011 census. It is the 2nd least populous state in the country. Mizoram covers an area of approximately 21,087 square kilometer. About 91% of the state is forested.

About 95% of current Mizoram population is of diverse tribal origins who settled in the state, mostly from southeast Asia, over waves of migration starting about 16th century but mainly in 18th century. This is the highest concentration of tribal people among all states of India, and they are currently protected under Indian constitution as Scheduled Tribe. The tribes converted from Animist religions to Christianity over the first half of 20th century. Mizoram is one of three states of India with a Christian majority (87%). Its people belong to various denominations, mostly Presbyterian in its north and Baptists in south.

Mizoram is a highly literate agrarian economy, but suffers from slash-and-burn jhum or shifting cultivation, and poor crop yields. In recent years, the jhum farming practices are steadily being replaced with a significant horticulture and bamboo products industry. The state's gross state domestic product for 2012 was estimated at 6991 crore (US$1.1 billion). About 20% of Mizoram's population lives below poverty line, with 35% rural poverty. The state has about 871 kilometers of national highways, with NH-54 and NH-150 connecting it to Assam and Manipur respectively. It is also a growing transit point for trade with Myanmar and Bangladesh.

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Big cities nearby

Bhanga Upazila    (3 km)

Nagarkanda Upazila    (13 km)

Sadarpur Upazila    (13 km)

Muksudpur Upazila    (14 km)

Rajoir Upazila    (17 km)

Shibchar Upazila    (17 km)


Big Towns nearby

Palashpur    (15 km)


Smaller towns nearby

Goalgram    (15 km)

Kāsālia    (15 km)


Other locations nearby

Sadardi    (very near)

Sāutikānda    (3 km)

Bara Bāhāra    (4 km)

Bhanga    (4 km)

Goāldi    (4 km)

Kahaldia    (4 km)

Lashkardia    (4 km)

Māligāo    (4 km)

Rāynagar    (4 km)

Saripābād    (4 km)

Tujārpur    (4 km)

Nishanka    (5 km)

Phatepatti    (5 km)

Saraibāri    (5 km)

Biswambhardi    (6 km)

Goderanka    (6 km)

Hāzrākāndi    (6 km)

Kulatia    (6 km)

Sonāria    (6 km)

Bādusa    (7 km)

Bāgāt    (7 km)

Bātikāmāri    (7 km)

Chāocha    (7 km)

Deora    (7 km)

Husiargāti    (7 km)

Jonāranka    (7 km)

Kānuria    (7 km)

Karra    (7 km)

Krishnapura    (7 km)

Miānpārā    (7 km)

Padmakānda    (7 km)

Pāikpāra    (7 km)

Pulia    (7 km)

Bara Banagrām    (8 km)

Chāndrā Khola    (8 km)

Char Bandarkhola    (8 km)

Lohāir    (8 km)

Ābdullābād    (9 km)

Bagāil    (9 km)

Bakpur    (9 km)

Dāmer Char    (9 km)

Duāir    (9 km)

Madhya Banagrām    (9 km)

Nischindipur    (9 km)

Pātrāil    (9 km)

Solagharia    (9 km)

Srirāmpur    (9 km)

Āikdia    (10 km)

Bāghādia    (10 km)

Baradia    (10 km)

Baraihāt    (10 km)

Dattapāra    (10 km)

Gaurināthdi    (10 km)

Husainpur    (10 km)

Kāichāil    (10 km)

Kalamridha    (10 km)

Khalisākāndi    (10 km)

Khās Bāghādia    (10 km)

Milik Srirāmpur    (10 km)

Munshi Nārāyanpur    (10 km)

Nalkona    (10 km)

Pūkharia    (10 km)

Sasirkāndi    (10 km)

Soulkhola    (10 km)

Tār Srirāmpur    (10 km)

Bāmandānga    (11 km)

Char Brāhmandi    (11 km)

Dhopādi    (11 km)

Duaridanga    (11 km)

Ghonshi    (11 km)

Khānpura    (11 km)

Khondakārkāndi    (11 km)

Lohāchura    (11 km)

Mahārājpur    (11 km)

Maheswardi    (11 km)

North Nārāyanpur    (11 km)

Prasannapur    (11 km)

Raghuārdānga    (11 km)

Rāmkrishnāpur    (11 km)

Siruāil    (11 km)

Dakshin Bidyanandi    (12 km)

Dobila    (12 km)

Dulāli    (12 km)

Gāniāri    (12 km)

Gohāla    (12 km)

Hoglādānga    (12 km)

Kabirājpur    (12 km)

Kamalāpur    (12 km)

Nahatta    (12 km)

Tungibāri    (12 km)

Utrāil    (12 km)

Bāghdi    (13 km)

Bāghmāra    (13 km)

Bhattāchārjyakāndi    (13 km)

Char Bachāmāra    (13 km)

Debatra    (13 km)

East Naokhanda    (13 km)

Gāendār    (13 km)

Goālbāthān    (13 km)

Jātrābāri    (13 km)

Jirātali    (13 km)

Kalia    (13 km)

Mahendradi    (13 km)

Mochna    (13 km)

Munirkāndi    (13 km)

Muriājhora    (13 km)

Qāzipāra    (13 km)

Salia    (13 km)

Sannyāsir Char    (13 km)

Tengrakhola    (13 km)

West Naokhanda    (13 km)

Acharpāra Aruākāndi    (14 km)

Bāmanbarara    (14 km)

Bara Bhātral    (14 km)

Bhābrāsur    (14 km)

Bhumsāra    (14 km)

Chak Ambāri    (14 km)

Char Durgāpur    (14 km)

Char Mustafāpur    (14 km)

Dashājār    (14 km)

Dheukhāli    (14 km)

Gopināthpur    (14 km)

Gunahar    (14 km)

Harir Char    (14 km)

Krishna Khola    (14 km)

Lakhair Char    (14 km)

Majlispur    (14 km)

Mandalgāti    (14 km)

Mobārakkāndi    (14 km)

Nāgardi    (14 km)

Pāthargātta    (14 km)

Sankardi    (14 km)

Srīnadi    (14 km)

Suāsur    (14 km)

Battabuka    (15 km)

Char Chāndpur Bāzārkāndi    (15 km)

Char Khātāriā    (15 km)

Chhota Bāhāra    (15 km)

Dakhalduār    (15 km)

Hāzrāgāti    (15 km)

Hridaynandi    (15 km)

Jalirpār    (15 km)

Khālia    (15 km)

Krishnapur Bhramarbila    (15 km)

Mahishtali    (15 km)

Māldia    (15 km)

Nanikhir    (15 km)

Rājār Char    (15 km)

Rasulpur    (15 km)

Sakhārpār    (15 km)

Simulsur Digharia    (15 km)

Takerhat    (15 km)

Thubāri    (15 km)

Badarpāsa    (16 km)

Baliākāndi    (16 km)

Bāmangāti    (16 km)

Bara Gosāindia    (16 km)

Bara Khās Bandarkhola    (16 km)

Bara Nilakhi    (16 km)

Bayrātalā    (16 km)

Bil Nischintapur    (16 km)

Chāndpur Bāzārkāndi    (16 km)

Dāria    (16 km)

East Āmirābād    (16 km)

Gandharbadi    (16 km)

Gangārāmpur    (16 km)

Gheohugolla    (16 km)

Hāsankāndi    (16 km)

Isibpur    (16 km)

Jhutigrām    (16 km)

Kadampur    (16 km)

Khai    (16 km)

Khālkula    (16 km)

Munsh Kaligram    (16 km)

Nagar Sundardi    (16 km)

Nalgorā    (16 km)

Pāthrāil    (16 km)

Prabhākardi    (16 km)

Sarmangal    (16 km)

Sāsunia    (16 km)

West Āmirābād    (16 km)

Ainpur    (17 km)

Athaldia    (17 km)

Baniār Char    (17 km)

Baulgrām    (17 km)

Char Nasirpur    (17 km)

Dharenda    (17 km)

Guptagāti    (17 km)

Jaganāthdi    (17 km)

Jhākar    (17 km)

Kaoāldia    (17 km)

Kendua    (17 km)

Khāndārpār    (17 km)

Krishnādia    (17 km)

Kuchiāmora    (17 km)

Laskardia    (17 km)

Latifpur    (17 km)

Naya Pushkarinirpār    (17 km)

North Dhirāil    (17 km)

Para Ujāni    (17 km)

Pāraihāti    (17 km)

Phulbāria    (17 km)

Piazkhali    (17 km)

Rājandi    (17 km)

Sānāpāra    (17 km)

Sarsākāndi    (17 km)

Sātbāria    (17 km)

Sendia    (17 km)

Shibchar    (17 km)

Shirkhāra    (17 km)

Thengāmāri    (17 km)

Tholnārpār    (17 km)

Ākater Char    (18 km)

Ārāipāra    (18 km)

Arjundaha    (18 km)

Dakshin Char Bishnupur    (18 km)

Dhākpāra    (18 km)

Dhopākāndi    (18 km)

Dhuriāil    (18 km)

Dubiāsur    (18 km)

Durgābardi    (18 km)

East Bhākuri    (18 km)

Fulhāra    (18 km)

Induhāti    (18 km)

Khorat    (18 km)

Kulākona    (18 km)

Mātbarer Char    (18 km)

Muksūdpur    (18 km)

Pāsārgāti    (18 km)

Rādhānagar    (18 km)

Rājair    (18 km)

Sobāndi Dharaikāndi    (18 km)

South Birangal    (18 km)

Sultān Dighirpār    (18 km)

Ujāni    (18 km)

Bahugrām    (19 km)

Bālākāndi    (19 km)

Ballabhdi    (19 km)

Bhārupāra    (19 km)

Bīl Gobindāpur    (19 km)

Dārādia    (19 km)

Dari Krishnapur    (19 km)

Dāserhāt    (19 km)

Daulatpur    (19 km)

East Char Nāchhirpur    (19 km)

Fulkumāri    (19 km)

Hakiatpur    (19 km)

Hogla    (19 km)

Jānbāg    (19 km)

Jaripurdāngi    (19 km)

Jhāudāngi    (19 km)

Kailāsur    (19 km)

Kalima    (19 km)

Kānchikāta    (19 km)

Khagradānga    (19 km)

Khāmārpāra    (19 km)

Kunjanagar    (19 km)

Māchhiāra    (19 km)

Māthābhānga Gopālpur    (19 km)

Monikotha    (19 km)

Munshir Char    (19 km)

North Birangal    (19 km)

North Kaligrām    (19 km)

Perāgrām    (19 km)

Shekhpur    (19 km)

Srinibāskāti    (19 km)

Tālma    (19 km)

Tugaldia    (19 km)

West Bhākuri    (19 km)

Banyahāti    (20 km)

Baragrām    (20 km)

Bāsudebpur    (20 km)

Chhota Bhātra    (20 km)

Dighalpāra    (20 km)

Gangābardi    (20 km)

Khord Dubiāsur    (20 km)

Nārāyanpur    (20 km)

Sadarbera    (20 km)

Tithirpāra    (20 km)