Ṭialpari Puk is located in Champhai region of Mizoram State. It lies at the south of Lungpher village on the south-eastern part of Phawngpui Mountain. It is named after Ṭialpari, daughter of the chief of Cheural village. It is a small but cozy cave on a rocky area.
It is associated with a touching story of Ṭialpari who ran away from home and took shelter here when her parents tried to force her to marry a chief of a distant village. It is said that during her hiding her father sent search parties, and a few of them did find her out, but never reported to her father; instead they secretly gave her their packed food for they took pity on her as they all knew she was in love with a strong and brave warrior named Dopawrha who happened to be away at that time.
It is said that at night a tiger used to come to keep her company and she would cuddle up against it for warmth. She remained here for many days until Dopawrha finally came to take her away and marry her. Soon after this Dopawrha became chief of a village called Mampui and the couple lived happily afterwards.
Tialpari is an exciting spot for adventurers to explore.