Mizo is a language spoken in Mizoram, India. It is written in the Latin script. Mizo is a Tibeto-Burman language of the Lolo-Burmese subgroup. It is closely related to Hmar, Paite, and Thadou languages. Mizo is the lingua franca of Mizoram and is spoken as a second language by the majority of the people in Mizoram. Mizo has five dialects: Duhlian dialect Hmar dialect Lai dialect Paite dialect Thadou dialect Mizo is a tonal language, with two tones: high and low. There are 21 consonants and 8 vowels. The consonants are: b, ch, d, f, g, h, j, k, l, m, n, ng, p, r, s, t, th, v, z The vowels are: a, e, i, o, u Mizo has a rich oral tradition. The Mizo people have a saying: "Mizo kut hmangaihna hi a nung a rei lo", which means "Mizo love is eternal". This saying reflects the Mizo people's deep love and affection for their families and friends. Mizo is a beautiful language with a rich culture and history. If you are interested in learning Mizo, there are many resources available online.

Language group

Sino-Tibetan languages

Language locales, regions and scripts

Mizo, Bengali (Bangla)