Meghalaya is one of the states in northeast India. Being part of the 7 sisters, Meghalaya is nicknamed the ‘Abode of the Gods’.
Meghalaya was formed on 21 January 1972. It is famous for its high rainfall, subtropical forests and biodiversity.
Khasi and Garo along with Jaintia and English are the state’s official languages; other languages spoken here include Pnar-Synteng, Nepali, and Haijong, as well as the plains languages of Bengali, Assamese, and Hindi.
Popular tourist spots would be Shillong Peak, Elephant Falls, Lady Hydari Park, Nohkalikai Falls, Mawlynnong Falls, Krem Liat Prah, Mawsmai Caves, Cherrapunji and Don Bosco Museum.