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Mawjymbuin Cave

Mawjymbuin known as the wettest place on earth, the Mawjymbuin Cave is a characteristic ponder that conveys massive religious criticalness. The 209-meter high buckle, otherwise called Krem Mawjymbuin, dumbfounds each guest. This cave is made of calcareous sandstone and comprises of a few stalagmites, which are framed as a consequence of weathering, calcium carbonate testimony and trickling of mineral-advanced fluid. Its uniqueness makes it a thing of enthusiasm for geologists, who direct various looks into here. One of these stalagmites is formed like a Shiva Lingam and is respected consecrated by Hindus. A little stream streams under the eastern part of this cavern and goes through enormous stones. Numerous fracture doors and sections shape a piece of this hollow, some of which are hard to enter. This is a ideal place for spending a quality vacation with both friends and family. The transportation services available here are also very affordable.
Neehar Mishra
The natural Shiva Linga at Mawjynbuin CaveMeghalaya is home to many intriguing caves, but the one that I was most taken with was Mawjynbuin, which is nothing short of a natural self-sustained Shiva temple. Its two natural Shiva lingas, one hanging upside-down over the other, are awe-inspiring for both the religious and non-religious soul. As is customary, the Shiva linga needs to be hydrated at all time, and here, nature takes care of that as well, with rainwater seeping down the walls of the cave and on to the linga all the time.
Dipu Darko
located at a distance of 56 km from Shillong and is a natural cave with many natural formations inside.