Meghalaya was formerly part of Assam. This beautiful hilly region was initially part of the tea-making factory Assam. It was during 1972 (21st January, 1972) when districts of Khasi, Garo, and Jaintia were carved out of Assam and the state of Meghalaya was formed.
The state of Meghalaya is situated:
Out of the total population of Meghalaya; about 20.07% (5.95 Lakhs) of the people live in the urban region and 79.93% live in the interiors of Meghalaya i.e. rural region. The average literacy rate in urban is 9.79% against 69.92% in rural.
The state Meghalaya offers you the perfect blend of god-made creation, culture, tradition, mouth-watering but adventurous cuisines, liberating festivals along with progressive beliefs. Your visit to this place will engrave the beauty of the magnificent views in your mind and heart, forever.
Your perception towards belief will take a 360-degree turn when you interact with the welcoming locals of the state. They will not only teach you ways to preserve your natural environment but will enthrall and influence you with a deep sense of happiness, peace and make you value even the smallest things in life. You will treasure the natural beauty and gifts that God has given us and will be in awe of how the people of Meghalaya look at every little thing in the world and cherish them, and you will also be able to see the true beauty and happiness – that are one with nature – through the lens of Meghalaya.
Some interesting information about Meghalaya is as follows:
Basic information on Meghalaya is as follows:
Emergency Numbers in Meghalaya