Roots Bridges

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ALRUWAILI
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia751 contributions
A beautiful bridge
Jul. 2019
Going down to these bridges is a little tired and sometimes the number of visitors is many, but this is one of the landmarks to visit in Meghalaya
Written 16 May 2020
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Arun K
Nagpur District, India2,863 contributions
Unique In The World & Are A Sight To Behold.
Oct. 2019
Meghalaya's double-decker and single-decker root bridges are unique in the world and are a sight to behold. The bridges are tangles of massive thick roots, which have been intermingled to form a bridge that can hold several people at a time. Khasi people have been trained to grow these bridges across the raised banks of streams to form a solid bridge, made from roots.

Meghalaya's double-decker and single-decker root bridges are found in Cherrapunjee (Sohra) & Mawlynnong. Located around 56 kms from Shillong, Cherrapunjee is a must visit destination known for its trek to the single and double decker root bridges.
The trek from Cherrapunjee to the living root bridges is not for the faint hearted as it requires lot of stamina and grit to trek down to these natural wonders of the nature. But after reaching the destination , one feels worth trekking.
Written 12 April 2020
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Nishita Patwardhan
Mumbai, India147 contributions
Bridge between Man & Nature’s marvellous creations
Feb. 2020 • Friends
Although we would have loved to have done the double decker root bridge - we were short on both time and stamina so this one was a much easier one to get to - it took us a painless 10 minute walk down steps and a little more painful 15 minute walk up after ! We went in Feb - not really the best time to visit but this natural marvel was still breath taking with just a stream under verses a gushing river ! A visit to the neighbouring Mawlynnong Village known to be the cleanest in India can be done easily from here - if short of time skip the village but definitely do the bridge !!!
Written 25 February 2020
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PROF.HARAGOPAL MATHSYARAJA
Hyderabad, India835 contributions
Wonderful.
May 2019
Mawlynnong is the cleanest place in Meghalaya and the Roots Bridge is Really unique and Local tree roots which have immense strength to sustain movement on the bridge. Must visit.
Written 23 February 2020
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Adv.SiddharthVerma
New Delhi, India338 contributions
Natural bridge
Nov. 2019
It requires strenuous physical activity to reach the bridge. But its well worth it. Eating and shopping options are ample.
Written 26 January 2020
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navin j
Kolkata (Calcutta), India51 contributions
Living root bridge mawlynnong
Jan. 2020 • Family
Visited on the way to mawlynnong village in east khasi hills. You have trek abot 700 steps downhill to reach.
Written 13 January 2020
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Prasad K
Pune, India6 contributions
Root bridge
Jan. 2020 • Family
Very unique place to visit. The nearby cleanest village also is another attraction. Ample parking space closer to the location. Access road to the place by car might be a bit challenging due to some small stretch of bad road. Otherwise worth visiting
Written 3 January 2020
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RangaiahManchikanti
Bengaluru, India104 contributions
MAWLYNNONG ROOT BRIDGE.
Oct. 2019
One has to descend more than 200 steps to reach this place. Descent is steep, hence older people and those not in good health may find the return climb difficult and exhausting.
Written 7 December 2019
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Anandh S
29 contributions
Excellent location amidst spring
Nov. 2019
Make sure to visit before it gets dark via before 5PM as usual in NE India. otherwise, excellent and scenic spot worth the entry fee of Rs 20
Written 22 November 2019
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R Goel
Pune, India462 contributions
Though called Mawlynnong living root bridge, it is actually in Nohwet
Nov. 2019 • Family
Though called Mawlynnong living root bridge, it is actually in Nohwet, a village adjoining Mawlynnong. Nohwet is a more natural and enchanting village and with better homestay option than at Mawlynnong.

A mere 10 mibs easy walk from Nohwet, the bridge can be accessed easily and by anyone, unlike the double decker root bridge near Cherrapunji requiring a tough trek to access.

The bridge gives a clear idea of how such bridgaes are built, rather grown.
Written 10 November 2019
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