Mizoram State lies between 21°58' and 24°35'
N Latitudes and 92°15' and 93° 29' E Longitudes.
It is located in the Northeastern region of India, bordering
Myanmar in the east and Bangladesh in the west. The
state's topography is, by and large, mountainous with
precipitous slopes forming deep gorges culminating into
several streams and rivers. There are 15 major rivers
in this state.