Mizoram Gk Questions [General Knowledge] Mizoram Quiz

Mizoram Gk Questions and Answers

  1. What is the capital of Mizoram?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. In which year did Mizoram become a full-fledged state of India?
  • Answer:1987
  1. Which dance form of Mizoram shows influences of `Cheraw’ dance of the neighboring states?
  • Answer:Chheih Lam
  1. Which river originates in Mizoram and flows into Bangladesh?
  • Answer:Karnaphuli
  1. Mizoram has boundaries with how many states of India?
  • Answer:3 (Assam, Manipur and Tripura)
  1. The climate of Mizoram is influenced by which neighboring country?
  • Answer:Myanmar
  1. Which is the highest peak in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Blue Mountain
  1. In which district is Mamit town located?
  • Answer:Mamit
  1. Which organization was formed in 1946 to protest against the government?
  • Answer:Mizo National Front
  1. The festival Chapchar Kut marks the end of which season?
  • Answer:Spring
  1. Which dance involves dancing with bamboo staves?
  • Answer:Cheraw Dance
  1. The first primary school in Mizoram was set up in which year?
  • Answer:1897
  1. In which year was Mizoram declared as a Union Territory?
  • Answer:1972
  1. Which neighboring state of Mizoram was part of it from 1898 to 1971?
  • Answer:Assam
  1. Which canal in Mizoram supplies water for hydroelectric power generation?
  • Answer:Tuivai Canal
  1. Mizoram has how many districts?
  • Answer:11
  1. Which city is known as the music capital of North East India?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. In which district is the Palak Dil Lake situated?
  • Answer:Saiha
  1. Which peak separates Mizoram from Myanmar?
  • Answer:Blue Mountain
  1. Which festival is dedicated to dead relatives and loved ones?
  • Answer:Kawng Hrad
  1. Which is the coldest month in Mizoram?
  • Answer:January
  1. Mizoram became the ____ state of India in 1987.
  • Answer:23rd
  1. Which neighboring country can one see from Phawngpui Hills?
  • Answer:Myanmar
  1. The traditional dress of Mizo tribes is called?
  • Answer:Puan
  1. Which folk dance is performed to celebrate the Chapchar Kut festival?
  • Answer:Cheraw Dance
  1. Which delicacy of Mizoram is made of rice wrapped in bamboo cover?
  • Answer:Bai
  1. In which district is the Tam Dil Lake located?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which committee report led to the formation of Mizoram in 1972?
  • Answer:Mizo Union Territory Relations Committee
  1. Which home appliance was first introduced in the region by British officials?
  • Answer:Radio
  1. Which weekly newspaper is the largest circulated in the Mizo language?
  • Answer:Vanglaini
  1. Which neighboring state is not sharing boundary with Mizoram?
  • Answer:Meghalaya
  1. The name Mizoram is derived from _____.
  • Answer:Mi (People), Zo (Hill), Ram (Land)
  1. Which tribe forms the major part of Mizoram’s population?
  • Answer:Mizos
  1. Who was the first chief minister of Mizoram?
  • Answer:Brigadier Thenphunga Sailo
  1. In which year was Mizoram given full statehood?
  • Answer:1986
  1. Which neighboring country can be seen from Blue Mountain Peak?
  • Answer:Myanmar
  1. The traditional dance form Cheraw originated from which state?
  • Answer:Assam
  1. In which district is the historic Lungleng Tlang cricket ground located?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. Which river flows through Aizawl?
  • Answer:Tlawng River
  1. Which folk dance involves dancing while holding still and firm onto each other’s shoulders?
  • Answer:Cheraw Dance
  1. Which academy is dedicated to promotion of art and culture of North East region?
  • Answer:North East Academy
  1. Which traditional sport involves kicking a ball through bamboo towers?
  • Answer:Insuknawr
  1. The Christmas festival in Mizoram is known by which name?
  • Answer:Pawl Kut
  1. The process of Jhum cultivation is also known as?
  • Answer:Slash and burn agriculture
  1. Which Mizo legendary hero has a memorial center dedicated to him in Aizawl?
  • Answer:Chhingpawngi
  1. In which district is the Vantawng Falls located?
  • Answer:Kolasib
  1. Which committee’s report led to the formation of Mizoram in 1987?
  • Answer:Mizoram Peace Accords
  1. Which famous cricketer was born in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Mama Mawi
  1. Which Mizo festival celebrates the start of spring season?
  • Answer:Chapchar Kut
  1. Which hill station located in Myanmar can be seen from Phawngpui peak?
  • Answer:Kalemyo
  1. The traditional bamboo dance is a part of which festival?
  • Answer:Chapchar Kut
  1. Which Mizo festival marks the completion of weeding season?
  • Answer:Mim Kut
  1. Which city of Mizoram served as the capital of Assam Province from 1874-1875?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which musical instruments are an integral part of Mizo traditional dances?
  • Answer:Drums
  1. Which lake serves as an important tourist attraction due to its natural beauty?
  • Answer:Tam Dil
  1. The Mizo language belongs to which language family?
  • Answer:Sino-Tibetan
  1. Which neighboring state of Mizoram does not share border with it?
  • Answer:Nagaland
  1. Which hill station located in Bangladesh can be seen from Mizoram?
  • Answer:Nilgiri Hill
  1. In which district is the historic Chhingpuii Memorial located?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which neighboring country can be seen from Phawngpui peak?
  • Answer:Myanmar
  1. Which river is known as the lifeline of Mizoram’s largest city Aizawl?
  • Answer:Tlawng river
  1. Mizoram has highest concentration of tribal population among Indian states, around how much percentage?
  • Answer:95%
  1. Which dance form involves synchronized stepping and bamboo tapping?
  • Answer:Cheraw dance
  1. Which district of Mizoram does not share border with Myanmar?
  • Answer:Lawngtlai
  1. Which day is observed as ArPuia day, named after Mizo freedom fighter?
  • Answer:9th August
  1. Which city is known as the education hub of Mizoram?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. In which year did the ‘Mautam Famine’ strike Mizoram?
  • Answer:1959
  1. Which pass located in Mamit district connects Mizoram with Tripura?
  • Answer:Behiang
  1. Which city is known as the handloom capital of Mizoram?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. Which Mizo festival involves singing traditional songs while dancing in circles?
  • Answer:Chapchar Kut
  1. The local artwork Mizo Hlakel is a form of?
  • Answer:Tapestry weaving
  1. Which city hosts the Chapchar Kut spring festival every year?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. Which district shares boundary with only one state, Manipur?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. The thorns of which plant are used to weave traditional bags in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Rengmawii
  1. Which festival marks the end of chaotic spring and beginning of disciplined life?
  • Answer:Mim Kut
  1. Which independence activist led the Mizo uprising against the British?
  • Answer:Suakpuilala
  1. In which city was Mizoram’s first college established in 1978?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which city served as the headquarters of Lushai Hills district during the British rule?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. The Mizoram Information Commission was established in which year?
  • Answer:2005
  1. Which district has the smallest area in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. In which year was Mizoram given status of Union Territory?
  • Answer:1972
  1. Which city served as the headquarters of Assam Province in the 19th century?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which national park is home to exotic Hoolock Gibbons?
  • Answer:Murlen
  1. Which district has second highest literacy rate in India after Serchhip?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. In which district is the historic Lunglei town located?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. The southernmost tip of Mizoram is located in which district?
  • Answer:Lawngtlai
  1. Which district shares border with all states neighboring Mizoram?
  • Answer:Mamit
  1. Which city is known as the ‘Cultural Capital’ of Mizoram?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. How many districts were there in Mizoram when it was made a state?
  • Answer:3
  1. Which district has the lowest literacy rate in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Mamit
  1. Which district has highest proportion of Scheduled Tribe population?
  • Answer:Saiha
  1. Phawngpui Blue Mountain peak is located in which district?
  • Answer:Lawngtlai
  1. Which organization was formed in 1946 to protest against the government?
  • Answer:Mizo National Front
  1. Which city served as headquarters of Lushai Hills district during the British period?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. In which year was Mizoram declared a Union Territory?
  • Answer:1972
  1. The Mizoram Assembly has how many seats?
  • Answer:40
  1. Which national highway passes through Aizawl?
  • Answer:54
  1. The highest literacy rate district Serchhip shares border with which state?
  • Answer:Manipur
  1. Which neighboring country can be seen from Phawngpui Hills?
  • Answer:Myanmar
  1. Which city served as headquarters of ‘South Lushai Hills’ district during British rule?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. In which district is the historic Khiang cricket ground located?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. Which neighboring district served as part of Lushai Hills district during the British rule?
  • Answer:Cachar
  1. The only airport in Mizoram is located in which city?
  • Answer:Lengpui
  1. Which river serves as natural border between Mizoram and Tripura?
  • Answer:Gumti
  1. Which district has the largest forest cover in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Mamit
  1. In which year was Mizoram given statehood?
  • Answer:1987
  1. Which city is known as the Grape Capital of Mizoram?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. Which district has the largest area under Jhum cultivation in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Mamit
  1. The southernmost point of Mizoram called the Blue Mountain peak is located in which district?
  • Answer:Lawngtlai
  1. Which district has the largest proportion of Christian population?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. The historic 1913Notification declared Lushai Hills as part of which state?
  • Answer:Assam
  1. In which year did the devastating mautam famine occur in Mizoram?
  • Answer:1959
  1. Which river flows through the Tlabung town?
  • Answer:Tlawng
  1. Which district has the highest tribal population percentage in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Saiha
  1. The name Mizoram literally means ‘Land of the ____ people’?
  • Answer:Highlanders
  1. In which district is the Palak Lake, biggest inland water body in Mizoram, located?
  • Answer:Saiha
  1. Which district has the highest female literacy rate in India as per 2011 census?
  • Answer:Serchhip
  1. In which year did the peace accord between MNF and Indian government get signed?
  • Answer:1986
  1. Which district has the largest bamboo reserves in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Mamit
  1. Which neighboring state does not share border with Mizoram?
  • Answer:Meghalaya
  1. In which district is the historic Phulpui Grave located?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. The Mizoram State Information Commission was established in which year?
  • Answer:2005
  1. How many Lok Sabha seats does Mizoram have?
  • Answer:1
  1. In which year was Aizawl declared as capital of Mizoram?
  • Answer:1897
  1. Which district has the highest Scheduled Tribe population percentage?
  • Answer:Saiha
  1. The southernmost point Blue Mountain Peak is located in which district?
  • Answer:Lawngtlai
  1. Which dance form originated from ‘Cheraw’ dance of neighboring Assam?
  • Answer:Chheih Lam
  1. Which district has the lowest population density in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Mamit
  1. Which city hosts the famous Chapchar Kut spring festival?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. Which district has the highest literacy rate among ST population?
  • Answer:Serchhip
  1. The historic Lungleng Tlang cricket ground is located in which city?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. The traditional ‘Puanchei’ dress is made from which fabric?
  • Answer:Cotton
  1. Which city is known as the grape capital of Mizoram?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. Which district has the highest female literacy rate as per 2011 census?
  • Answer:Serchhip
  1. The Palak Lake located in Saiha is the biggest _____ water body in Mizoram.
  • Answer:Inland
  1. Which city hosts the annual cultural festival ‘Anthurium’?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. In which district is the historic Phawngpui Blue Mountain peak located?
  • Answer:Lawngtlai
  1. Which river originates from Mizoram and flows into Bangladesh?
  • Answer:Karnaphuli
  1. The famous musician AR Rahman belongs to which community of Mizoram?
  • Answer:Chakma
  1. Which folk dance originated from the Lushai community?
  • Answer:Cheraw
  1. Which district has the lowest literacy rate in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Mamit
  1. The name of Mizoram football team in Santosh Trophy is?
  • Answer:Mizoram FC
  1. Which city served as headquarters of ‘North Lushai Hills’ district during the British period?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which neighboring district served as part of Lushai Hills district during the British rule?
  • Answer:Cachar
  1. Which city hosts the Chapchar Kut spring festival every year?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. Which district has the smallest area in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Mizoram has highest concentration of tribal population among Indian states, around how much percentage?
  • Answer:95%
  1. The historic Chhingpuii Memorial is located in which city?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which district has second highest literacy rate in India after Serchhip?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which city served as headquarters of ‘South Lushai Hills’ district during the British period?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. In which district is the Tam Dil Lake, a popular tourist attraction, located?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which district shares boundary with only one state, Manipur?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. The local handicraft ‘Mizo Hlakel’ is a form of?
  • Answer:Tapestry weaving
  1. Which city hosts the annual ‘Anthurium’ cultural festival?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which district has the largest proportion of Buddhist population?
  • Answer:Lawngtlai
  1. In which district is the historic Vantawng Khawhthla waterfall located?
  • Answer:Kolasib
  1. Which district has the highest proportion of Muslim population?
  • Answer:Lawngtlai
  1. The Mizo language belongs to which language family?
  • Answer:Sino-Tibetan
  1. In how many districts was Mizoram divided initially in 1972?
  • Answer:3
  1. Which city hosts the annual Chapchar Kut spring festival?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. The first primary school in Mizoram was set up in which year?
  • Answer:1897
  1. Which hill station located in Myanmar can be seen from Phawngpui Hills?
  • Answer:Kalemyo
  1. Which city hosts the annual Anthurium festival?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Phawngpui Blue Mountain National Park is located in which district?
  • Answer:Lawngtlai
  1. Which district has the largest proportion of Hindu population?
  • Answer:Mamit
  1. The historic 1913 Notification declared Lushai Hills as part of which state?
  • Answer:Assam
  1. Which city hosts the annual Mim Kut festival?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. Which traditional sport involves kicking a ball through bamboo towers?
  • Answer:Insuknawr
  1. Which district has the largest Muslim population?
  • Answer:Lawngtlai
  1. The Mizoram Assembly has how many seats?
  • Answer:40
  1. Which city hosts the annual Chapchar Kut spring festival?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. The southernmost tip Blue Mountain Peak separates Mizoram from which country?
  • Answer:Myanmar
  1. Which city hosts the annual Anthurium festival showcasing performing arts?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. In which district is the historic Bung village located that became a sovereign chiefdom in 1898?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which neighboring state does Mizoram not share its border with?
  • Answer:Meghalaya
  1. The traditional Mizo female dress is called?
  • Answer:Puanchei
  1. Which city hosts the annual Chapchar Kut spring festival?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. The name Mizoram literally means ‘Land of the Highlanders’. What is the Mizo word for Highlanders?
  • Answer:Mizo
  1. Which neighboring country’s hill station Kalemyo is visible from Phawngpui Hills?
  • Answer:Myanmar
  1. What percentage of Mizoram population belongs to Scheduled Tribes as per 2011 Census?
  • Answer:94%
  1. Which traditional sport involves kicking a ball through bamboo towers to score goal?
  • Answer:Insuknawr
  1. In which district is the historic Sinlung Hills located that became Gospel Centenary site?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. The traditional art of tapestry weaving unique to Mizo tribes is called?
  • Answer:Mizo Hlakel
  1. Which district has the largest proportion of Christian population?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. The highest literacy rate district Serchhip shares border with which state?
  • Answer:Manipur
  1. Which neighboring country’s hill station Nilgiri is visible from Mizoram?
  • Answer:Bangladesh
  1. Which festival marks the completion of weeding season in March?
  • Answer:Mim Kut
  1. In which district is the historic Biate village located that was capital of tribal chief?
  • Answer:Kolasib
  1. The process of Jhum cultivation is also known as?
  • Answer:Slash and burn agriculture
  1. Which city hosts the annual Mim Kut festival that marks the weeding season?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. In which district is the historic Sialsuk village located known for basket weaving?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. Which city hosts the annual Anthurium festival showcasing arts of North East region?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. The traditional drum dance is performed during which spring festival?
  • Answer:Chapchar Kut
  1. Which region was annexed from Cachar to form Lushai Hills district in 1898?
  • Answer:North Cachar Hills
  1. In which district is Champhai town located that hosts Grape Festival annually?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. Which district has the smallest Scheduled Tribe population in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. In which district is Thenzawl town located known for its handloom products?
  • Answer:Serchhip
  1. Which district is known as the ‘Fruit Bowl’ of Mizoram?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. The historic Phulpui Grave memorial site is located in which city?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. In Mizoram, around how much percentage of population lives in rural areas?
  • Answer:80%
  1. Which district has seen maximum insurgency and received highest security funds?
  • Answer:Mamit
  1. Which neighboring district was part of Lushai Hills district during British rule?
  • Answer:Cachar
  1. Which city is known as the ‘Handloom Capital’ of Mizoram?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. The traditional art of weaving Mizo tapestries is called?
  • Answer:Mizo Hlakel
  1. Which mountain peak located in Myanmar is visible from Phawngpui Hill tops?
  • Answer:Nat Ma Taung
  1. In which district is Thenzawl town known as the handloom hub located?
  • Answer:Serchhip
  1. The Chhimtuipui River is known by what other name?
  • Answer:Kolodyne River
  1. Which city is considered the cultural capital of Mizoram?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which mountain peak located in Bangladesh is visible from Mizoram?
  • Answer:Nilgiri Hill
  1. Which traditional basket making craftsmen are concentrated in Sialsuk village?
  • Answer:Ralte
  1. Which district shares boundaries with all 3 neighboring states of Mizoram?
  • Answer:Mamit
  1. In which district is historic Biate village located which was capital of tribal chief?
  • Answer:Kolasib
  1. Which city served as headquarters of North Cachar Hills before its merger with Mizoram?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which folk dance originated from the ‘Cheraw’ community in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Chheih Lam
  1. Which district has seen maximum bamboo flowering leading to famine in past?
  • Answer:Mamit
  1. The historic Bung village located in Aizawl served as capital of which sovereign chiefdom?
  • Answer:Sailo
  1. In which district is Bukpui village located that hosts Laicherra Festival annually?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. Which organization started the first primary school in Mizoram in 1897?
  • Answer:Welsh Mission
  1. Which city hosts annual ‘Grape Festival’ to promote its vineyards and wineries?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. Which district is believed to have maximum concentration of musicians and artists?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. In which year was Aizawl declared as capital of Mizoram?
  • Answer:1897
  1. Who was the first gazetted chief of Lushai Hills district during the British rule?
  • Answer:Suakpuilala
  1. Which river serves as natural border between Mizoram and Tripura?
  • Answer:Gumti River
  1. Which district has seen least insurgency movements historically?
  • Answer:Serchhip
  1. In which district is historic Biate village located which served as capital of tribal chief?
  • Answer:Kolasib
  1. When was Aizawl declared as capital of Mizoram state?
  • Answer:1897
  1. Which city is known as the grape capital of Mizoram?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. Which neighboring country’s capital Yangon is closest to Mizoram?
  • Answer:Myanmar
  1. Which Mizo festival involves singing traditional songs while dancing in circles?
  • Answer:Chapchar Kut
  1. What is the number of seats in the Legislative Assembly of Mizoram?
  • Answer:40
  1. Which district has the highest proportion of ST population in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Saiha
  1. Which city served as headquarters of North Cachar Hills before its merger with Mizoram?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Who was the first chief minister of Mizoram after it became a state?
  • Answer:Laldenga
  1. Which committee’s report led to formation of Mizoram in 1972?
  • Answer:Mizo Union Territory Relations
  1. Which city hosts annual Chapchar Kut spring festival in March?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. In which year was peace accord signed between MNF and Indian government?
  • Answer:1986
  1. Which district has seen minimum insurgency movements over the years?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. Which city hosts annual ‘Anthurium Festival’ to promote arts and culture?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. The traditional ‘Thuamlo’ dance is performed during which festival?
  • Answer:Mim Kut
  1. Which historic cricket ground hosted first ever Ranji trophy match in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. Which Mizo delicacy is made by steaming rice wrapped in bamboo cover?
  • Answer:Bai
  1. The revolt of Kuki tribes against British in 1917-19 is known as?
  • Answer:Kuki Rebellion
  1. Which district has the highest percentage of working population in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which city hosts annual ‘Chapchar Kut’ spring festival in March?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. The highest peak Phawngpui is located in which district?
  • Answer:Lawngtlai
  1. When was Mizoram given status of Union Territory by separating from Assam?
  • Answer:1972
  1. Which district has seen maximum consolidation efforts by government due to remoteness?
  • Answer:Saiha
  1. Which city served as headquarters of unified Mizo district in 1898?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. The historic Phawngpui summit located in Lawngtlai district has altitude of how many metres?
  • Answer:2157 m
  1. Which committee’s report in 1972 led to Union Territory status for Mizoram?
  • Answer:Mizo Union Territory Relations
  1. In which year was Aizawl town declared as capital of unified Mizo Hills district?
  • Answer:1897
  1. The traditional Thuamlo dance performed during Mim Kut involves dancing in how many rows?
  • Answer:7
  1. Which historic cricket ground in Mizoram hosted the first ever Ranji Trophy match?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. Which city served as headquarters of Lushai Hills district during the British rule?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which folk dance originated from the Lushai tribes of Mizoram?
  • Answer:Cheraw
  1. The name Mizoram literally means ‘Land of ____’?
  • Answer:Highlanders
  1. Which city served as capital of unified Mizo Hills district after 1898?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. The Peace Accord of 1986 was signed between which groups?
  • Answer:MNF and Indian Government
  1. Which district has seen least insurgent activity among all districts historically?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. In which year was the name ‘Mizo District’ changed to Lushai Hills District?
  • Answer:1898
  1. Which city hosts the annual Chapchar festival celebrated as new year festival?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. Which traditional basket crafting tribe is concentrated in Sialsuk village?
  • Answer:Ralte
  1. Which district has the lowest population density among all districts of Mizoram?
  • Answer:Mamit
  1. In which year was Aizawl Club cricket team established which played crucial role in sport?
  • Answer:1910
  1. Which city is known as education hub of Mizoram with most schools and colleges?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. The historic venue of first Lushai Chiefs meeting in 1850 is located at?
  • Answer:Saitual
  1. Which district is known as the ‘Fruit Bowl’ of Mizoram with most orchards?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. Which city has hosted maximum number of Chief Ministers of Mizoram?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which district is believed to have the highest concentration of musicians in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which city served as headquarters of unified Lushai Hills district after 1898?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which district has seen least Christian missionary activity historically?
  • Answer:Mamit
  1. The historic venue of first Lushai Chiefs meeting in 1850 is located in which district today?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which city is considered cultural capital of Mizoram with most art centres?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which district had lowest population density in Mizoram as per 2011 census?
  • Answer:Mamit
  1. Which city has produced maximum sportspersons representing India from Mizoram?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. In which year was Lushai Hills district renamed as Mizo District?
  • Answer:1954
  1. Which city hosts annual Anthurium festival to promote arts and culture?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which district is known as the handloom hub of Mizoram with most weavers?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. Which city served as headquarters of North Cachar Hills before merger with Mizoram?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which district has lowest proportion of working population among all Mizoram districts?
  • Answer:Lawngtlai
  1. Which city is known as the grape capital of Mizoram with most vineyards?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. In which district is historic Biate village located that served as capital of tribal chief?
  • Answer:Kolasib
  1. Which traditional dance is integral part of the Mim Kut festival held annually?
  • Answer:Thuamlo
  1. The name Mizoram means ‘Land of ____’ in Mizo language?
  • Answer:Highlanders
  1. Which district is known as the handloom hub of Mizoram with most weavers?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. Which city hosts annual Mim Kut festival marking beginning of weeding season?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. Which district has highest proportion of Muslim population in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Lawngtlai
  1. The historic venue of first Lushai chiefs meeting in 1850 CE is located in which district today?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which city is known as the cultural capital of Mizoram state?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which district has the highest percentage of working population in Mizoram?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. In which district is Sialsuk village located that is hub of basket weaving crafts?
  • Answer:Lunglei
  1. Which city is host to maximum number of colleges and higher education institutes in state?
  • Answer:Aizawl
  1. Which district has seen maximum insurgent activity among all districts over the years?
  • Answer:Mamit
  1. Which city hosts the annual grape festival to promote its vineyards and wine?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. The traditional art of Mizo tapestry weaving is locally known as?
  • Answer:Mizo Hlakel
  1. Which district is known as the ‘fruit bowl’ of Mizoram with most orchards?
  • Answer:Champhai
  1. In which year was Lushai Hills district rechristened as Mizo District?
  • Answer:1954
  1. Which river serves as natural border between Mizoram and Tripura state?
  • Answer:Gumti River
  1. Which city served as headquarters of unified Mizo Hills district after 1898?
  • Answer:Aizawl

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