26th (East Khasi Hills, Meghalaya)
This shodh yatra has been completed.
Laitkynsew village is famous for the living root bridges, which were built across the local monsoon-fed river by the members of Khasi and Jaintia tribes. They brought the secondary roots of trees on either side of the river to the opposite side and embedded them. Gradually with time, these roots grew and strengthened, giving rise to the present day living root bridges. Smit, a place in the Shillong district, where the shodh yatra ends is widely known as the Khasi culture center.
How to reach Laitkynsew village, Sohra (Cherrapunji):
For more information you can also contact Mr. Carmo deBritto Noronha, Bethany Society, Shillong 0364-2210631. 09436119808
NOTE: Please carry a valid photo identity card with you due to security concerns. Also please note that only Post paid connections will be working in the region.
The detailed itinerary would be soon made available on the
website. Kindly register yourself for the Shodhyatra and make your travel reservations
according to the dates mentioned above.
Control Room in Bethany society
9:30 am - 4:30 pm :: Ms. Daisy 0364 2210631
4:30 pm - 6:00 am :: Ms. Mariam +91 98627 21585
Other contact no of bethany for SY
Mr. Azron +91 98569 64236
Mr. Karmo +91 94361 19808
Mr. Ricky +91 98560 30623
Mr. Herald +91 98630 68032
For further details you may contact the following
Mr. Ramesh Patel +91 98250 61139
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