Living Root Bridges in Meghalaya
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The Rabindra Setu (Howrah Bridge).
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I recently went on a foreign exchange program to Singapore and Malaysia where I saw two of the world's most beautiful bridges - The Helix Bridge in Singapore which is shaped like a DNA and the Langkawi Sky Bridge which is one of the biggest cable-stayed bridges, constructed by bringing each element of the bridge to the mountain and putting it all together....
The Living Root Bridge~It is a sight to capture in your memories!
Double Decker Living Root Bridge - Meghalaya
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Magical Meghalaya: The living root bridge
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Living Root Bridge !!!
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A Pipe Bridge over River Parvati
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Home To Double Decker Living Root Bridge - Nongriat Village
Living Root Bridge - when men & nature come together
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Living Root Bridge, Meghalaya
Mawlynnong: The Science Of Traditional Root Bridges
Asia's Cleanest Village, Mawsmai Cave and a Live Root Bridge!
Before reaching Mawlynnong we stopped in between to visit Riwai Village where lies the Living Roots Bridge. these are made from the aerial roots of banyan trees and is taught by the generations. it is used to cross the river and move across from one village to another. the site was amazing,( i felt like George of the Jungle). after a trek from bridge to the top we drove to Mawlynnong....