It is said to be a festival of democracy and all come out to participate in it.
In poll bound Mizoram, a 108-yr-old Rochhinga also came out to exercise his right to vote.
He is easily considered to be the oldest voter in Mizoram as the election to the 40-member state Assembly ended peacefully on Wednesday.
It was said that Rochhinga is a Presbyterian Church elder and a resident of Zemabawk North in Aizawl East-I constituency.
He was seen arriving at the poll booth holding a walking stick along with one of his neighbours.
Also among the voters were persons aged 106, 104 and 96.
Rochhinga later also interacted with the media persons where in he said that he never misses voting in elections and termed it duty.
Another woman, 104-year-old Aiziki of Lunglei Chanmari was cast her vote to elect the next government in Mizoram.
She came along holding a walking stick.
Many other senior citizens came out of their homes with cruches, sticks or wheelchairs since early morning to participate in the electoral exercise.
Voting ended at 4 pm in Mizoram, where a total of 7,70,395 voters, including 3,94,897 women and 32,545 first time voters, will decide the fate of 209 candidates.>