Christianity is predominant in Mizoram – and is the most followed religion by contemporary Mizos. Christianity came to Mizoram only in the 1890s after British rule, and ancient traditional practices were replaced by Christian traditions, as these were accepted by the people in the region.
The state has many Christian religious spots and the people here celebrate most Christian festivals like Christmas, Easter, Good Friday, and so on.
The official language of Mizoram state is Mizo, which belongs to the Tibeto-Burman family, and is also spoken in the Chin state of Myanmar (Burma). Across the state, Mizo is spoken is various different dialects by different (tribal) groups.
Apart from Mizo, English is also widely spoken and understood in Mizoram.