Social stratification is a development through which groups and social categories in societies are ranked as higher or lower to one another. It is almost present in every society all over the world. Although social stratification is changing due to impact of modernisation, technological innovations, political empowerment etc, it exists mostly in the form of caste. A number of studies of social stratification, ranking systems and class formation among the tribes all over the world have reported absence of social differentiation in tribal societies. It is indeed a fact that there is no caste system among the tribal’s including the Mizo tribes in India, yet social stratification exists in the past and in the contemporary Mizo society. In this context, the present book ‘Social Stratification in Mizo Society’ made an in-depth study of social differences in the context of Mizo society.