* Mizoram is one of the Seven Sister States listed as in North Eastern India, sharing borders with the states of Tripura, Assam, Manipur and with the neighboring countries of Bangladesh and Myanmar Burma.
* The word “Mizoram” can be broken into three parts as follows, “mi” means“People”, “zo” means“Hill” and “ram” means “Country” i.e “Country of the people of Hilly regions” or "Land of the Hill People". The border states are Tripura, Assam and Manipur while the neighboring countries of Bangladesh and Burma.
* Mizoram is a mountainous region which became the 23th State of the Indian Union in February 1987. It was one of the districts of Assam till 1972 when it became a Union Territory.
* A vast portion of the peoples of Mizoram consists of several ethnic tribes. They are collectively referred to as Mizos.
* Aizawal is the capital of Mizoram. Aizawl is famous for scenic beauty and high quality fresh fruits. Aizawl is a major tourist destination.
* The most popular festival in Mizoram is Chapchar Kut. It is also known as Spring Festival. It is celebrated after finishing the tedious jobs of Jhum Cultivation. It is held annually every year in the month of March.
* Mizoram is one of the leading producers of bamboo in India, having about 27 species of bamboo.
* Mizoram has many traditional dances. Some of them are Cheraw, Khuallam, Chheihlam, Chai etc.