Chin state

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Coordinates: 22 ° 15 '  N , 93 ° 34'  E

Chin State
Flag of Chin State.svg
Capital Hakha
surface 36,018.90 km²
population 478,801 (2014)
Population density 13.3 inhabitants per km²
ethnicities Chin , Burmese
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The Chin State ( Burmese ချင်းပြည်နယ် , BGN / PCGN : chinbyinè) is one of 15 administrative units in Myanmar .


Hakha, capital of Chin State

Chin State is located in western Myanmar. It borders the Sagaing region and the Magwe region in the east and the Rakhine state in the south . In the west it forms part of the state border with India and Bangladesh . The Chin State covers an area of ​​36,018.9 km². The capital is the 1867 meter high Hakha , the city had around 20,000 inhabitants in 2005.


The Chin State is divided into three districts: Haka , Falam and Mindat .

Web links

Commons : Chin State  - Collection of Pictures, Videos, and Audio Files

Individual evidence

  1. The 2014 Myanmar Population and Housing Census: The Union Report