Siaha is a census town in Siaha 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 situated in the South Central piece of the state. The word 'Siaha' in the nearby Mara dialect originates from 'Sia' for Masia which implies elephant and 'ha' which means tooth - An elephant tooth. It was where a lot of elephant teeth were found. In spite of the fact that the neighborhood individuals name the town as Siaha, Mizos called it by the name 'Saiha', which is simply a deciphered term in Mizo dialect.
Siaha had a populace of 19,731. Guys comprise 52% of the populace and females 48%. Siaha has a normal education rate of 79%, higher than the national normal of 59.5%: male proficiency is 80%, and female proficiency is 77%. In Siaha, 16% of the populace is under 6 years old. Siaha is the quickest developing town in Mizoram, 2008 measurable handbook of Mizoram uncovers that the town has a populace of 29,275 of every 2008 against 19,731 of every 2001. You can come here with your friends and family members.