Chin State which stretches 300 miles from north to south is situated in the northwest of Myanmar having common borders with India and Bangladesh. It is between north latitude 20′ and 24′ and between east longitude 93′ 15′ and 94′. It has an area of 13,902 square miles. Chin people belong to Tibeto-Burman race. Although Chins have been divided generally according to regions they are called as Kathe, May Htay Chins and ordinary Chins. There are also Tidim Chins, Phlam Chins, Hakha Chins, Mindat Chins, Matupe Chins, Kanpeklek Chins, Palekwa Chins and Lowland Chins. Although they are called with different names they can be integrated into 44 tribes. There are different tribes in Chin State but when phonological study is made they have a main language and groups of dialects have developed from it. In Chin State there are faiths such as animism, Christanity, Paung Kyin Haung religion and Buddhism. Animism is the main faith of Chin people. They have also believed in witch-craft and others superstitions. Chin State has a population of 458,000.