The Mystic Mizoram

All bout the mystic land of Mizoram

About the mystic land...

Mizoram is also known as' the land of the hill people'.It is one of the 'seven sister states' of North Eastern India, sharing borders with the states of Tripura, Assam, Maipur and with the neighboring countries of Bangladesh and Burma. Mizoram became the 23rd state of India on 20 February 1987


A mystic and a cultural land....

The culture of Mizoram reflects the quintessential lifestyle and traditional heritage of the inhabitants of the Mizoram, popularly known as the 'Songbird of the North East. The people of Mizoram are collectively known as the Mizo.


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Festivals of Mizoram

Mizos are agriculturists. They practise what is known as Jhum Cultivation. They slash down and cultivate the land. All their other activities revolve around the jhum operations and their festivals are all connected with such agricultural operations.

Mim Kut

Mim Kut or Maize Festival is usually celebrated during the months August and September, after the harvest of Maize. Mimkut is celebrated with great fanfare by drinking rice-beer, singing, dancing and feasting. Samples of the previous year's harvest are consecrated to the departed souls of the community.


Chapchar Kut


Chapchar Kut is another festivals celebrated sometime in March after completion of their most ardous task of jhum operation, i.e., jungle-clearing. This is a spring festival celebrated with great eclat.

Pawl Kut

Pawl Kut is Harvest Festival - celebrated during December to January after the harvests are over. It is perhaps the greatest festival, with plenty of grains in the barn and all the labours of the year over, what better time is there than this to have a great festival.