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The early history of the Mizos is virtually based on legends, traditions, customs and beliefs. The administrators and scholars had to face difficulties in tracing the historical evolution of the Mizo tribes. Nevertheless, there are innumerable folk songs, tales and fables that provide raw materials for the study of their migration and early settlement in the regions. There is common belief among the Mizos that their ancestors emigrated from a place called ‘Chhingluing’.

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Reiek Tlang

The spirit goddess Khawluahlali ruled over Reiek mountain when the spirits in her dominion waged a war with the spirits of Chhawrpial mountain to the west. The Chhawrpial spirits threw a huge boulder to crush the spirits of Reiek…

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Phawngpui Tlang

King of the ghosts called Sangau close to Phawngpui Tlang (Blue Mountain). Across a few hills, in Cheriang lived another king – the gift of a Pine Tree from the bride’s home and a pair of Hollock Gibbons from the King of Ghosts to the forests of Cherian.

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Rihi who had a cruel stepmother. One day, her father took Rihi’s younger sister into forest and killed her. Rihi eventually found her dead sister and was inconsolable. – Rihi turned herself into a small pool of water with the help of a leaf of the same..

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Mizo Thu leh Hla


August 15th, 2018|0 Comments

Chhingpuii hi sawi dan dang dang a awm nual a, [...]


August 9th, 2018|0 Comments

HAKHA PASALTHA HUAISEN RALBILA Ralbila pianna leh seilenna Dawn khua [...]


July 30th, 2018|0 Comments

Mizote hi hnam fing tak leh mahni chemkalna bîkah chuan [...]

About Mizoram

Mizoram /mɪ.’zoʊ.’ram/ (Mizo pronunciation: /mɪ.’zoʊ.’ram/) (from mi ‘people’, zo ‘hill’, ram ‘country’, literally “land of the hill people” / Mizo people) is one of the Seven Sister States of the North Eastern India, sharing borders with the states of Tripura, Assam, Manipur and with the neighbouring countries of Bangladesh and Burma. Mizoram became the 23rd state of India on 20 February 1987. Its capital is Aizawl.

The average height of the hills to the west of the state are about 1,000 metres (3,300 ft). These gradually rise up to 1,300 metres (4,300 ft) to the east. Some areas, however, have higher ranges which go up to a height of over 2,000 metres (6,600 ft). Phawngpui Tlang also known as the Blue Mountain, situated in the south-eastern part of the state, is the highest peak in Mizoram at 2,210 metres (7,250 ft). <<- Read more ->>

Mizo Festival

Oral traditions say Chapchar Kut was first celebrated in Seipui village in adjoining Myanmar that has a sizeable population of Mizos and their ethnic cousins. Chapchar Kut used to be celebrated to thank the gods for saving the people from harm during the clearing of forest on hill slopes for jhum cultivation at the beginning of a year.

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It is one of the main festivals of the people of Mizoram.This is a post harvest festival. This is a festival observed in December- January for two days.The origin of Pawl Kut dates back to a period when people of Mizoram used to live near the River Tiau. Severe famine occurred for three continuous years. On the fourth year, there was a bumper crop. Thus people celebrate Pawl Kut as an act of thanksgiving to the Almighty for giving a bountiful harvest.

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Although every state in India is famous for its fairs and festivals, the festivals of Mizoram are unique in their own ways. There is enough scope of entertainment that is offered by these festivals. Mim Kut festival is especially dedicated towards invoking the dead souls and offering tribute to them. According to this ritual offerings are made to the near and dear ones who passed away in the previous year.

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Building Community Assets

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Religion of the Mizos before Their Conversion to Christianity

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Online Book


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Systemic Lupus Erythematosis (S.L.E.)

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Mizo Thawnthu

Thangsira leh Thangzaia

April 29th, 2017|0 Comments

Thangsira leh Thangzaia hi unau an ni a, tlangval hmeltha tak an ni ve ve a. Tin, nula unau pahnih Lasiri leh Lasari, van chung lamah an awm bawk a. Thangsira leh Thangzaia te unau chuan Lasiri leh Lasari te unau chu an han rim [...]


April 29th, 2017|0 Comments

Hmanlai hian lal pakhat a awm a, amah chu tlangval nupui nei lo a ni a. Nikhat chu a khuaa mi pahnih an rawn inkhing ta a. Chu mite chu an pain a thih dawnin sepui pakhat chauh a thihsan a, “Sum leh pai engmah [...]


April 29th, 2017|Comments Off on Hluanchhinga

Hman lai hian thliarkar ram pakhatah hian nupa an awm a. Upa lam ni tawh mahse fa pakhat mah an nei hauh lo mai a, an tan fa neih pawh a beiseiawm tawh lova. An nupa thu-ah chuan an lungawi dun hle a, inphunna leh [...]

Mizo Folktales

Tualvungi and Zawlpala

March 10th, 2016|0 Comments

Once upon a time, there lived a man called Zawlpala who had beautiful wife named Tualvungi. These two loved each other very dearly. since Tualvungi was very beautiful, people from different places used to come to their village [...]

Tlingi and Ngama

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Long long ago Tlingi and Ngama were lovers and they often met as lovers do in some secret places known only by them. One day they agreed to meet near a hillock which both knew. In those days [...]


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Many many years ago on a certain day, a little girl called Thailungi was lying down under the loom which her mother was weaving and her mother did not know that she was there. By and by, a [...]

The Eleven Mizo Clans

Hmar hnam zingah Hnamte, Hrangkhawl leh Biate hi thlangtla hmasa an ni a, Mizoram pâwn thenkhatah phei chuan hnam hran anga insawi ta te an awm.

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CFL Hmingthanga ( Biography)

September 22nd, 2016|2 Comments

Pian leh Murna : 1967 November  ni 15-ah Samthang khuaah Pu Khamliana leh Pi Tawksungi te fa mipa 3 leh hmeichhia 3 zingah a tlum ber ni tura lo piang a ni. A nu Pi [...]


September 22nd, 2016|0 Comments

Pian leh Murna: Laltanpuia Tochhawng (Tanpuia/TPA) hi September ni 15, 1961 khan Thankhuma(L) leh Hrangziki te fa u ber dawttu ni turin Kawrthah, Mamit District khuaah a lo piang a. An unau hi 7 niin [...]

James Dokhuma ( Biography )

September 22nd, 2016|0 Comments

Thu leh hla lama Mizote tan rotling tak tak hnutchhiahtu James Dokhuma hi Kum 1932, June 15 khan Pu Hrangchia fapa ni turin a lo piang a, a pianpui unaute zingah hlaphuah thiam Pi Romani [...]

Hriselna Huang


August 9th, 2018|0 Comments

A KAMKEUNA: Hmasang ata tawh khawizu hi khawvel hnam tinte hian an hmel hriat hneh hlawm hle a. Mihring hriselna thuam that nan leh induhsakna atante thlengin an hmang uar hle. Abikin keini Mizote phei [...]

Systemic Lupus Erythematosis (S.L.E.)

August 7th, 2018|0 Comments

S.L.E. hi Systemic Lupus Erythematosis tih lam tawi a ni a. Mizo in hming hran kan neih loh avangin S.L.E tiin kan sawi ve mai ṭhin a, ‘Duar natna’ ti te pawhin sawifiah kan tum [...]


July 7th, 2017|0 Comments

THALBE AWMZIA: Thalble hi Saptawngin Endocrine Gland an ti a. Chu chu mihring Taksa chhunga thisen chawm thatu tuihnang bawm a ni. Heng tuihnang bawmahte hian tuihnang (fluid) a awm loha a lo to chuan [...]


May 20th, 2017|0 Comments

Khawvel huapah leh abikin Mizoramah Lungna vei  an tam hle. Nausen pianghlim lung tha lo saa piang thihpui ta an tam thei hle bawk.  Thangthar tleirawl/rawlthar leh puitling phanchang tawh pawh lung natna vei leh [...]


April 28th, 2017|Comments Off on ZUN IN A THA

Thenkhat tan tenawm; luak tichhuak leh sawi zawng ringawt pawha uak tuar tuarña tham ni mah se mihring taksa hriselna atan a that em avangin mahni Zun in thatna tlemazawng tarlang ila; chhawr tangkai ve [...]


December 12th, 2016|0 Comments

Hmelchhe tan leh hmeltha tan te, vun ngo leh hang tan te, nulian palian leh nute pate tante leh apui apang alian ate chenin hmai bawl duk/dum hian mi a tihmelhemin mi a tihlim lo [...]


The Mizo word literally means “beyond the world”. Unlike most concepts of heaven, it is not the final resting place of the spirits of the good and the righteous, nor there is a role for god or any supernaturals, but is simply a reservation for extraordinary achievers during their lifetime to enjoy eternal bliss and luxury.

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Hla Phuahtute

Rock Wizzard

April 20th, 2018|0 Comments

AN VANGLAINITE:......kum 1980 a rawn in herchhuaka, Zorimawi chanchina thil chhinchhiahtlak tak a rawn thleng ve nghal chiah mai. Zorimawi khawvel chuan bung thar a [...]


March 19th, 2018|0 Comments

Lalnunmawia 1. Di nen tlai tla eng ruai hnuaia'n maw, An leng vel zaleng zawngte chu; Mahse, suihlungleng valmawia chuan maw, Lunglen zai sain di [...]


July 2nd, 2017|0 Comments

Khawvel Guitarist ropui, khawvel rimawi kalphung thlak thleng dawrh thei, Rock ‘N’ Roll Band ropui Liverpool pum chhuak tlangval pali - John Lenon, Paul McCartney, [...]