Aizawl is located north of the Tropic of Cancer in northern Mizoram. From 1871 to 1972, due to the chaotic behavior of the Mizo chief Calcom, the British established an outpost that later became the village of Aizawl. By 1966, Aizawl had become a large village, but the reorganization of the Mizo villages after the uprising made the Mizo a larger town and then a town. Aizawl is the center of Mizoram's road network, connecting north, south, east, and west. Over 25% of Mizoram's population lives in Aizawl.
Proving true to its name as "the home of the highlanders," Aizawl, the capital of Mizoram in the northeast of, the town is known as the "Home of the Highlanders" and is 3,500 feet above sea level.
The total area of the district is 3577 km2.
It is divided into 3 subdivisions in total.
There are 104 villages in this area.
There are a total of 4 towns in this district.
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