Cherhlum is a small village that is located in the Lunglei district of Mizoram. It lies at a distance of about 150 km from the state capital, Aizawl. It is best known for the monolith of Ui Lung that is noted for its intricate carvings. It is said the monolith was erected by a Chinzah chieftain and his people around 1800 as they longed for their fellow clansmen who had died in severe famine. A landmark in the history of the state, Ui Lung monolith has fine carvings of humans figures with various weapons like spears, animal heads and gongs. One may also visit Chhura leh Naa Vawk, a monolith with carvings portraying Mizo historical stories. The nearest railway station to Chehlum is about 144 km away.

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