Tuesday, 3 April 2018

Meghalaya : A Beautiful State of North-East

I just return home from my journey of Meghalaya.  Meghalaya is a North-East part of India know as ‘Abode of Clouds’ also...

I spend almost a week in the place and explore so much about Meghalaya...


Khasi is a tribe of Meghalaya and Khasi women are very friendly but don't like anybody click there pictures. These women I met in Mawshbuit village. They refused for picture but start laughing when I clicked there pictures...
 




Police Market in the night




Traditional attire of Khasi Tribe





Elephant Fall : Though the water is very less because there is no rain from 3 months




Khasi women are self depend and business women. 
They work outside and take care of the family too



Cherapunji without rain



Kidos Having fun with my camera




Nohkalikai Fall but looks very weak without water




Living root bridge : Local people use these bridges in monsoon when rivers flows with water. Bridges are made by the local people for their use but now these bridges are main attraction for outside people



Village Mawlynnong




                                                        Church of Village Mawlynnong





River Umgot, the clearest river of India. It flows between
India and Bangladesh







Sunset in Umgot River


13 comments:

  1. Beautiful people, they look so timid, great photos.

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  2. The waterfalls are beautiful even with the lack of rain. The people of this area sound wonderful. Thank you for sharing your visit with us.

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  3. Hello Vineeta,
    Wonderful shots of this impressive place.
    Nice to see the people and the amazing nature with waterfall and rocks.
    The shot with the bridge and the fishing man on the boat are so well done. Nice report, wonderful!!

    Kind regards,
    Marco

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  4. The river is crystal clear!

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  5. It looks like a beautiful place. I've heard of those living bridges, they seem amazing.

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  6. So many different people living in India.

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  7. I have plans to start travelling to India someday, probably from Jaipur for a start as I wish to see the old palaces of the Maharajahs.
    You have just shared very wonderful photos of the North East which is new to me.

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  8. Not only the beautiful nature but also local people and glimpses into their life is interesting. Thanks for sharing.

    Yoko

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  9. wow this is really beautiful area you visited my friend!

    either such tribes live in our high mountainous northern areas where women are living under very old and poor conditions yet their culture and traditions are so rich and impressive

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  10. Beautiful pictures and interesting narration.

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