Photoessay of Meghalaya

This artificial lake is one of the attractions in Shillong

 

Nohkalikai Falls near Cherappunji, Meghalaya, India’s tallest waterfalls at 340 m

 

Bishop and Beadon falls are 2 falls within Shillong city limits

 

Umshiang double-decker bridge near Cherrapunji is a 180 year old bridge that has been in constant use by the Khasi people

 

Traditionally dressed Khasi girl. Khasi is the dominant indigenous people

 

Levitating boats at crystal clear Dawki river on a sunny day. It is near the border of India/Bangladesh.

 

Mawlynnong Village, voted the “Cleanest village in Asia” in 2003 by Discovery India Magazine

 

Rickety suspension bridge on the way to Umshiang Root Bridge

 

Dian Thlen falls near Cherrapunji

India Bangladesh border. The rope seen here separates the 2 countries.

 

David Scott Trail, named after a British officer is one of the hiking trails in Shillong

 

Police Bazaar in Shillong is the downtown of Shillong

 

Umiam Lake is a reservoir outside of Shillong created by damming the Umiam river.

 

Nohsngithiang Falls or 7 sisters falls near Cherrapunji has a height of 315 m and falls only during winter.

 

Laithlum Canyon is a little explored location in Meghalaya

 

About Hema Saran

2 thoughts on “Photoessay of Meghalaya

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.