Mizoram is a state in northeastern of India, the capital of Mizoram is Aizawl. It became the 23rd state of India. Mizoram is the 2nd least populated state in the country. Mizoram is a place of rolling hills, valleys, rivers and lakes. The official languages of the state are Mizo, English, and Hindi. Mizo is the most widely used language for verbal interactions, but English, being important for education, administration, formalities and governance is widely used. Majority of Mizos are Christians in various denominations. Mizoram has an 8.5% Chakma Theravada Buddhist population, making them the largest minority, followed by 2.7% Hindus. Mizoram has many traditional dances, such as: Cheraw, Chheihlam, Khuallam, Chai.