Siaha (official name given by the Mara Autonomous District Council, popularly known as Saiha) is a census town in Saiha district in the Indian north-eastern state of Mizoram. It is the Headquarters of the Mara Autonomous District Council, one of the three autonomous district councils within Mizoram. It is located in the South Central part of the state. The word buy gabapentin 300mg capsules ‘Siaha’ in the local Mara language is ‘Sia’ for Masia which means elephant and ‘ha’ meaning tooth – An elephant tooth. It was a place where a large amount of elephant teeth were found. Though the local people name the town as Siaha, Mizos called it by the name ‘Saiha’, which is purely a translated term in Mizo language.
130 km to the south west of the town of Saiha lies an exquisite display of biodiversity in the Palak Wildlife Sanctuary. It is situated in the Lakher region, which lies on the southern part of Mizoram.
Not the biggest of wildlife sanctuaries, it is spread across 15.50 sq. km of land. This place is sanctified with all the invigorating qualities of mother nature. To add to that, the Sanctuary also boasts of a range of species like the sambar, barking deer, leopard, elephant and rhesus macaque. The breeze here is simply beautiful and rejuvenating, do visit it.
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