Lungley, like Aizawl in the North Hill district, was the capital of the South Lushay Hill district for 10 years from 1888. The two were integrated in 1898. Lunley was Mizoram's second-largest city and was an important city until the partition of Rushai India had direct access to Bangladesh's metropolis, Chittagong. From 1912 to 1922, there were only two stores in Lunglei, but in 1922 it grew to four.
Is it famous for?
Runley literally means "rock bridge" and is famous for its scenic beauty and natural environment. A small town about 170km south of Aizawl, named after a bridge-shaped rock found along the tributary of the Tron River, Gashi.
The total area of the district is 4536km2.
It is divided into two subdivisions in total.
There are 195 villages in this area.
There are a total of 3 cities in this area.
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