Chawngtlai - A historical village (162 km from Aizawl, 50 km from Champhai.Historical sites in Chawngtlai :Pasaltha Hranghleia thlan - Tomb stone of brave warriors Hranghleia, who guarded the western from the eastern enemies,Hmar Lungtat - Whetting stone of Hmar tribe dating back to 1700 AD.
Chawngtlai


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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Hnahlan is a grape growing area which is very close to Champhai with vineyards and beautiful climate.
Hnahlan


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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Zokhawthar is a trading town 28 km from Champhai on the border with Myanmar. It is located in the Khawzawl R.D. Block, on the Indo-Burma border, near the Rih Dil lake. On the Mayanmar side is Khawmawi village accessible via a bridge built over the Harhva river.
Zokhawthar


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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Mura Puk is situated in Zote village, which is 10 km away from Champhai town. There are six caves at this site and these were the hiding place of the local villagers.
Mura Puk


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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St Joseph Church located in Venglai, Kolasib, Mizoram,India.
St Joseph Church


Kolasib, Mizoram
India

 

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Vaphai is a village at the extreme east of Champhai district of Mizoram. Its original name was "Ivaphai", which literally means "Plains of the river Iva", referring to its original location in the river valley slightly west of its present location.Since the Mizos moved into Mizoram from the east, most historical monuments and places of cultural importance are to be found in eastern Mizoram and Burma.[6] Places of importance inside and near the jurisdiction of Vaphai Village Council include Thlangtlak Mual, Thasiama Nghaleng Khawina, Fiara Tui, Lungkhawsa, Sakhawhmun lui, ?hasiama se no neihna tláng, ?an tláng and ?hasiama hmun.
Vaphai


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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Baptist Church located on NH154, Buhchangphai, Mizoram,India.
Baptist Church


Kolasib, Mizoram
India

 

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Thlangtlakmual is located in Vaphai - Farkawn Road, Vaphai  ,Champhai ,Mizoram , India.
Thlangtlakmual


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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Thasiama Nghaleng Khawina is located in Vaphai ,Champhai ,Mizoram , India.
Thasiama Nghaleng Khawina


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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Tumpui Presby Church located in Tumpui, Kolasib, Mizoram,India.
Tumpui Presby Church


Kolasib, Mizoram
India

 

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This is a plateau on a steep rugged hillock that protrudes out precariously and is not easily negotiable by man. Located at Vaphai, a village about 86 kms. Away from Champhai, and a visit to this site is a thrilling experience. According to legend the plateau is the site where Thasiama`s Mithun used to calf, considered impossible for a Mithun to climb even today. 
Thasiama Seno-neihna


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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Mizo Hlakungpui Mual (Mizo Poets' Square) is a monument to commemorate Mizo poets.[1] It was set up in 1986[2] at the southern edge of Khawbung Village, Mizoram state, North-East India.
Mizo Hlakungpui Mual


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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Chawngtlai - A historical village (162 km from Aizawl, 50 km from Champhai.Historical sites in Chawngtlai :Pasaltha Hranghleia thlan - Tomb stone of brave warriors Hranghleia, who guarded the western from the eastern enemies,Hmar Lungtat - Whetting stone of Hmar tribe dating back to 1700 AD.
Chawngtlai


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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Hnahlan is a grape growing area which is very close to Champhai with vineyards and beautiful climate.
Hnahlan


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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Zokhawthar is a trading town 28 km from Champhai on the border with Myanmar. It is located in the Khawzawl R.D. Block, on the Indo-Burma border, near the Rih Dil lake. On the Mayanmar side is Khawmawi village accessible via a bridge built over the Harhva river.
Zokhawthar


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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Mura Puk is situated in Zote village, which is 10 km away from Champhai town. There are six caves at this site and these were the hiding place of the local villagers.
Mura Puk


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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St Joseph Church located in Venglai, Kolasib, Mizoram,India.
St Joseph Church


Kolasib, Mizoram
India

 

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Vaphai is a village at the extreme east of Champhai district of Mizoram. Its original name was "Ivaphai", which literally means "Plains of the river Iva", referring to its original location in the river valley slightly west of its present location.Since the Mizos moved into Mizoram from the east, most historical monuments and places of cultural importance are to be found in eastern Mizoram and Burma.[6] Places of importance inside and near the jurisdiction of Vaphai Village Council include Thlangtlak Mual, Thasiama Nghaleng Khawina, Fiara Tui, Lungkhawsa, Sakhawhmun lui, ?hasiama se no neihna tláng, ?an tláng and ?hasiama hmun.
Vaphai


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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Baptist Church located on NH154, Buhchangphai, Mizoram,India.
Baptist Church


Kolasib, Mizoram
India

 

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Thlangtlakmual is located in Vaphai - Farkawn Road, Vaphai  ,Champhai ,Mizoram , India.
Thlangtlakmual


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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Thasiama Nghaleng Khawina is located in Vaphai ,Champhai ,Mizoram , India.
Thasiama Nghaleng Khawina


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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Tumpui Presby Church located in Tumpui, Kolasib, Mizoram,India.
Tumpui Presby Church


Kolasib, Mizoram
India

 

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This is a plateau on a steep rugged hillock that protrudes out precariously and is not easily negotiable by man. Located at Vaphai, a village about 86 kms. Away from Champhai, and a visit to this site is a thrilling experience. According to legend the plateau is the site where Thasiama`s Mithun used to calf, considered impossible for a Mithun to climb even today. 
Thasiama Seno-neihna


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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Mizo Hlakungpui Mual (Mizo Poets' Square) is a monument to commemorate Mizo poets.[1] It was set up in 1986[2] at the southern edge of Khawbung Village, Mizoram state, North-East India.
Mizo Hlakungpui Mual


Champhai, Mizoram
India

 

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good place to visit Aug 30, 2016 3

Nelakondapalli buddha stupa is very ancient one and is a peaceful.

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DHAKSHINA KASHI Aug 23, 2016 3

this place is best for families, it is only 75 kms from Bangalore. it is located 2 kms from KOLAR town.

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