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Incredible experience of Meghalaya In photos

Meghalaya the ‘abode of cloud’, a state rich in culture, nature and natural resources.  I traveled to Khasi and Jaintia hills, and how badly I wanted to explore Garo-hills as well.  After listening to the warning from different people, I decided to go solo and figure out the hidden treasure of this beautiful state. Since childhood, we know Cherapunji or also known as ‘Sohra’ for the heaviest rainfall, and sadly that’s the only thing we could learn from our school education about this mystical part of our country.

The wonderful thing about Meghalaya is mountains, water bodies and most importantly people. While Shilong is modern and has filled with cool cafes and music, the areas beyond are serene, still unexplored.  Here are some of the incredible experiences of Meghalaya In photos


Eat while you float in the cleanest river

lunch, boat, food , Meghalaya, Travel photos


Swim in the emerald water



Walk on the Living root tree bridges

living root bridge Meghalya tribal travelphoto


Make bamboo part of your life

Baby in bamboo basket Meghalaya


Stay in your dream home

Tribal villages Meghalaya Northeast India Travel photography


Knowing the life of mountain dwellers

Man farmer tribal Meghalaya travel photo


Experience the monsoon in a country side

Meghlaya monsoon fog travel photography


Live rural

women Farming Meghalaya Northeast India travel photos


Experience Farm stay at maple-pine

Horse farms Maple pine farm Meghalaya Travel photos


Make friends with the adorable kids in Meghalaya

Tribal girl smiling Meghalaya


Explore Jaintia hills on a road trip

Tribals by the road, meghalaya, Travel photography, Northeast India


Know the local practices  of fishing, well not so clean

Basket fishing, Meghlaya, Travel photos


Go for Fishing with the colourful ladies of Megghlaya



Soak in the beauty of landscape at a monolithic site

Sacred Forest Meghalaya


Also read about the  Secrets of Monoliths and My experience of farm stay at Maplepine



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