As soon as we reached our destination, we could see the purity and serenity of the place and one could also feel the dapperness of the place, and it looks amazing and beautiful. Soon after that, we had a little break to relieved, and enjoyed the view mother nature had install for us and admiring the serene beauty of the place. Being in that place we also went and see the famous root bridge or the 'Jingkiengjri' as the Khasi said. This splendid root bridge is formed by the roots entwining with each other and this process takes years and years to developed but only with the help of mother nature and the locals who had been training these roots for years and preserving them to progress and developed into their magnificent bridge .
After that tour, we went back to the village of Mawlynnong, where we had our lunch and we had to prepare for the next tour. The balancing rock is another exciting feature in the village. After that, we went for a sky view which is also near the village, where we have to climb a treehouse, and from there we could see the neighboring Bangladesh. It was one of the most majestic views where we could see the plains of Bangladesh, and with it one could see the sky and it seems as the sky touched the land. As it was noontime, we could see the sun sets down, and kiss the earth one last time before it leaves for the night, a perfect ending to this exquisite and life-changing trip.
So our journey to this beautiful paradise ended as we boarded our cars, we feel at peace with ourselves, there was an atmosphere of tranquility in the car as if the world has stopped ,everyone refreshed and renewed spiritually and mentally. After spending almost a day in this holistic paradise and learning how to maintained and preserved our mother earth, so that our future generations can also experience and cherished such amazing splendor of mother nature and it's a gift it has for us.
Thus our experience in this paradise was absolutely pleasant and we would love to revisit this place again maybe in the near future or so. Thank you Mawlynnong, and in your footsteps, we must follow in whatever way we can as the saying goes: "Cleanliness is next to godliness."