Meghalaya is situated in northeast India and is one of the renowned Seven Sister States.
Predominantly mountainous, Meghalaya is interspersed with valleys and highland plateaus.
The state's capital is Shillong, often referred to as the Scotland of the East.
It's often called the "Abode of Clouds", highlighting its misty and serene landscapes.
Noteworthy sites include NohKaLikai Falls, Umiam Lake, Elephant Falls in Shillong, and the living root bridges in Cherrapunji.
Meghalaya is home to several indigenous tribes, with rich traditions and festivals.