Meghalaya State Map - File Information
|Map Name||Meghalaya State Map|
|WEBP Size||0.63 MB|
|PDF Size||1.80 MB|
|JPG Size||1.04 MB|
|PNG Size||3.94 MB|
|No. of Pages in PDF||1|
|Image Height||1490 Pixels|
|Image Width||2560 Pixels|
|Related||Indian State Maps, Meghalaya|
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Meghalaya State Map - Summary
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The Sanskrit name “Meghalaya” translates to “the home of clouds,” and the state receives some of the most noteworthy rainfall in the world, coming about in various waterfalls, caves, and beautiful hills that attract tourists.
Some of the most attractive places in Meghalaya are
- Balpakram National Park
- Nongkhnum Island
- Laitlum Canyons
The population of Meghalaya is overwhelmingly tribal, with the Khasi, Jaintia, and Garo tribes being the major ones. The state encompasses a wealthy social legacy, with its people following their own distinct traditions and conventions.
Shillong, known as the “Scotland of the East” due to its wonderful climate and picturesque landscapes, serves as the capital city of Meghalaya. Other major towns in the state incorporate Cherrapunji, one of the wettest places on Earth, and Tura, the biggest town in the Garo Hills region.
Agriculture and forestry are the primary contributors to the economy of Meghalaya, with a critical parcel of the population locked in these divisions. The state is additionally recognized for its coal saves, limestone deposits, and other minerals. The government is taking measures to advance tourism and encourage the development of industries such as handloom and handicrafts.
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