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Mizo Womenfolk - Dress, Costume & Attire of Mizo Women

The culture of Mizoram is well known for the colorful attire of the womenfolk, their musical festivals and the popular Cheraw bamboo dance during the festivals. The people of Mizoram mainly comprises of various Tibeto-Burman groups of Kuki tribe such as Hmar, Lushai, Ralte, Pawi, Thadou and Zou. However with a sense of unity they prefer to call themselves as Mizo as most of the tribes speak Mizo Tawng, the common language. The term Kuki, referring to the frontier highlanders, was used by the neighboring Bengali people of the plains. They are also referred as Chin people by the Burmese. The Mizo tribes dwell mainly in the Lushai Hills and also in the surrounding mountains of Chin region of the Kingdom of Myanmar.

Mizo Womenfolk - Dress, Costume & Attire of Mizo Women


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Attire of Mizo WomenAttire of Mizo Women


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Attire of Mizo WomenAttire of Mizo Women

Attire of Mizo WomenAttire of Mizo Women


Attire of Mizo WomenAttire of Mizo Women


Attire of Mizo WomenAttire of Mizo Women


Attire of Mizo WomenAttire of Mizo Women


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Dress, Costume & Attire of Mizo Women

Mizo Womenfolk - Dress, Costume & Attire of Mizo Women


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