Appointed as Teacher at Secondary Schools in Mizoram on Ist February in 1973. Worked as a Teacher in Govt. J.L High School till her promotion to Headmistress in the same School on 23th August 2002 till 2004. Transferred to Govt. Comprehensive Model School 17th February 2006 till her last date 14th October 2006.
Married to Laldinliana on 27th June, 1978 and are blessed with two sons Jonathan Zaithanmawia (April 22nd 1979) and Benjamin Zaithantluanga (October 5th 1981) and a daughter Marina Lalpekkimi (September 16th 1986).
Lalsangzuali Sailo is one of the most celebrated persons of all time in Mizoram. She was undoubtedly a multi faceted person blessed with plenty of inborn talents. She was a great singer, a composer, a prolific writer and a celebrity with exceptional charismatic leadership in various fields of social activities and different organizations. Her rich contributions to the Music Industry and Literary world of Mizoram had earned her a distinctive place in Mizo society and established her as an icon, most popular among old age groups. Over the years she gained admiration for her sweet melodious voice from the people all over the state and was rightly remarked by the Statesman on November 28th 1976 as The Girl with the Golden Voice.
She had her first recording in All India Radio at Shillong in the year 1967 and in 1975. She was upgraded to Grade A Radio Artiste by the Director General, All India Radio, New Delhi. She was the only Radio Artist from the North East India upgraded to Grade A during that decade. She has recorded more than 450 songs which are mainly Love songs, patriotic and devotional songs. Each of her songs always occupy the top chart and the AIR Aizawl station sometimes entertain an average of 1500 request for Lalsangzualis numbers in a week.
As a singer, she visited 11 major Indian cities during 1975 and received hundreds of invitations to perform in different parts of the country. The occasion when she melted the hearts of the audience with her melodious at Chembur, Bombay in 1976 is treasured in vivid memory by her admirers. She had received invitations from North Eastern States as well where she was accorded grand receptions as a guest of honour, for her extra ordinary talent as a singer.
Between February and May 1978, she visited Canada and 28 states of the USA as member and lead vocalist of the Mizo choir. She made lasting impressions in all the places she performed and shortly after the Mizo choir toured Canada and the USA, a full story of Lalsangzuali with her family and social background came out in a booklet, Her Grandpa was a Headhunter written by Lorry Lutz, editor of Power Magazine, California. The booklet was reprinted several times and sold 50,000 copies in Canada and the United States.
Besides her Radio recordings her solo items in the television programe at the stations of Delhi, Bombay and Calcutta were regularly aired on occasions like Good Friday. She had made two HMV recordings in 1973 both short and extended plays. She also performed as playback singer in some Mizo films.
Lalsangzuali Sailo has released 29 audio cassette albums which is the highest number for a single artiste in Mizoram. In fact, she was the first Mizo singer to have accomplished an audio album when she released her first solo album in 1977. Her album of Christmas and New Year songs sold more than 40,000 copies within a span of 20 years.
She occasionally graces functions with her melodious in churches as well as in social gatherings. She freely extends her God-given talent to everyone who needs it specially those who lost their near and dear ones. Sometimes bereaved people use to come to her house seeking the comfort of her melodious to soothe away their pains. On such occasions, they always have her songs recorded free of cost, judging by the fact that her father became a choir master at a very early age and her mother also was a soloist during her times, it is of no surprise that Lalsangzuali Sailo reaches the summit in Mizo music history.
She has written 365 songs on a variety of themes which include a marvelous collection of Childrens Songs and Nursery Rhymes, Ballads, Devotional Songs, Patriotic Songs and many other songs that she wrote for special occasions and other purposes such as Awareness on Cleanliness, Protection of Wild Life and Environment, National Integration, Nature, Disabled Persons, Alcohol and Drugs Awareness etc. A good number of her songs were included in Mizoram School syllabus since 15 years ago and are now studied in various classes from Class IV to Class XII. Her hit song of the early 1970s Duhlai Mi U and her poem on Nature, Nungchate Au Aw were selected for studies in Master Degree since 1977 and her historical Poem, Sibuta Lung was later added in 2003. She puts 7 of her rhymes in her book, Naupang Robawm (Childrens Treasure Box).
Lalsangzuali Sailo has authored 25 books and three booklets some of which earned high recognition and put her on equal footing with the most proficient writers in Mizoram. She has contributed more than 400 different articles to various magazines and papers. She participated in the First International Conference on Literature in Translation at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi from 15 20 March, 1984 as delegate from Mizoram. She was the Treasurer of the Executive Council of Mizo Academy of Letters (MAL) and Editor of Run Mawitu quarterly Magazine published by MHIP (Federation of Mizo Women) Bungkawn Branch, Aizawl. Occasionally she writes short plays and dramas for AIR programe and critical appreciation and review on Mizo Literature. Her three books that ranked among the top ten for Book of the year nomination are:-