Help Yourself Out And Visit Meghalaya This Winter, And See What You Have Been Missing So Far

This winter when you arrange your excursions, help yourself out and don’t go to the standard touristy spots. Rather, visit Meghalaya in the North-East, presumably the most wonderful piece of the nation.

Each spot has a story to share. Meghalaya, a wonderful little state in the North-Eastern piece of India is one such place. With greenery spreading tranquility and an existence flourishing with peace, you get the opportunity to see the moderate pace of life. It not just advises you that there is a world past your desk area additionally lets you know take it moderate now and again and relax.

This video by Ethereal gave me a moment craving for something new. It made me need to visit the spot again and experience the magnificence of the state. Look at it!

Watch this video titled Meghalaya Alive! to understand. Take a voyage to places like Umdikian Fall, Umkhakoi Lake, Slash Luri Laura, Weikyumei, Riatoslo, Living Root Span at Riwai, Nowhet, Dawki Stream, Antiquated Lyngkhet Market and Interminable Waterfall.

I travelled to the Khasi Hills of Meghalaya in back in 2012. At that time, it was monsoon and here I was in wettest region on the earth. It was a world completely different from the one I live in. Not only was it green all around but there was also an exemplary amalgamation of the true beauty that nature has to offer and human lives. I then knew that I will come back and keep coming back here.

Last month, I got a chance to go there again and live a few days in some of the most remote places within the Khasi Hills. When you are out there in the open, the rulebook of society becomes irrelevant and you inch closer to self discovery.

Meghalaya Alive!

Places covered in the film are: Mawlynnong, Mawlyngbna, Lawbah, Nowhet, Dawki, Shiliang Jashier, Lyngkhet, Shnogpdeng. Some specific spots that you can see in the video are: Umdikian Fall, Umkhakoi Lake, Hew Luri Laura, Weikyumei, Riatoslo, Living Root Bridge at Riwai, Nowhet, Dawki River, Ancient Lyngkhet Market and Endless Waterfall.

Narrative: Trisha Roy (trisharoy17.wordpress.com)

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