|Set in the beautiful state of Mizoram with its colourful tribal traditions, orchids and butterflies, Champhai boasts a fabulous view of the Myanmar hills. It covers an area of 3,185.83 sq km and has a population of
127,660 (2011 Census). This frontier district has a special place in the history of the tiny north-eastern state and its people. It is said that the history of Mizo starts from Champhai and ends in Champhai. Major towns are Ngopa, Khawhai and Khawzawl. It is a fast developing venue on the Indo-Myanmar border. The famous Rihdil Lake is only about 50 kms away from the town of Champhai. |
|Fig: Rice bowl of Mizoram|| ||Fig: The Famous Rih dil (Lake)|
Champhai has a salubrious climate and a number of tourist attractions. A picturesque spot here is the Champhai valley known as "The Rice bowl of Mizoram" located towards the base of the town. A chain of green hills encircle luxuriant rice fields, which add to the beauty of this place.
|Fig: View of Champhai town from the west|
| ||Champhai is a bustling commercial town at the Indo-Myanmar border, in the beautiful state of Mizoram, 192 km from the capital Aizawl. Champhai offers a wonderful view of the Myanmar hills. A storehouse of ancient relics, monuments and memorials connected with legends and folklores, Champhai has a background of rich heritage. The small hamlets around the town are dotted with monuments and monoliths that depict success in war, valorous hunting, personal distinctions and achievements. || |
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* The details of "East Lungdar and
Biate", Champhai District which fall under Serchhip PCO also included.
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Cotton, light woolen clothing.
23°28'28"N & 93°19'32"E.
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