Phura

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Phura is an important and census town in Mara Autonomous District Council (MADC) in southern part of Mizoram state in Northeast India. It is the only plain area within Maraland. It is often called as the barn of Maraland due to its large production of rice from the fields in the plain surrounding the town.

Pala Lake, the biggest lake in Mizoram state lies about 15 km from this town. It is one of the most visited tourist spots in Maraland.

Road connectivity[edit]

  • There is daily sumo service from Siaha, the road is not metal yet but quite comfortable. Kaochao-Phura-Tokalo BRTF Road is being planned out. Kaochao (Kawlchaw) passed through by National Highway-54 (NH-54), it is a village between Lawngtlai and Siaha. From this point, Border Roads Task Force (BRTF) plans to construct a metal road all the way to Tokalo town, beyond Phura.
  • Phura is also connected from Tipa (Tuipang) via Laki-Vahia-Phura by jeepable road.

Member of District Council[edit]

Phura town is represented by one Member of District Council (MDC).

Schools[edit]

There is up to High School in Phura. For higher education, students usually go to Siaha, Aizawl and other Indian cities and towns.

Phura News Coverage[edit]