The southern part of the Indian state of Mizoram contains the tiny town named Lunglei. Along the banks of the river named Nghashih, this town has been formed. This river is a branch of the river named Tlwang. The river Tlwang is present in quite a big portion of the eastern India.
The word ‘Lunglei’ stands for the phrase, “A bridge made of rock”. The reason for the name is the fact that a large rock is present right in the heart of the river and thus, the rocks functions as a bridge.
Among all the places of India, Lunglei has the record of having the maximum amount of precipitation. Lunglei contains spectacular meadows and also some breathtaking hilly landscapes. The population of this place is also one of the highest in the entire Mizoram region. One can witness some unique cultures in this place. Most of the dwellers of the town follow Buddhism. Numerous people from Nepal and Bangladesh have migrated here in the past years for living a good life.
HOW TO REACH LUNGLEI
By air: People, who prefer to travel by flight, can opt for the Aizwal Airport, which is situated at a distance of 116 Kms.
By road: Many people travel to this place via buses. One can also opt for private cars, taxis and jeeps.