3) Nongriat Village, Meghalaya.
Lets move a little south, to a state known for its magestic mountain range and enormous waterfalls. Even called as the Scotland of the east, Meghalaya has taken my heart, time and again, in many ways that I can count. Being my most favourite state in North east India, I totally adore this place, people here are more than helpful and kind.
Located deep in the forests of Cherrapunji, lies a tiny village called Nongriat. Absolutely disconnected from urbanization, there are no roads that cross this village. The closest you can go is up-to Tryna village by road after which you need to embark on a trek climbing down a flight of 3600 steps to reach the village. A perfect haven for trekkers, this place has a hidden gem, the "Double decker root bridges." The bridges are made out of living roots of banyan trees and are said to be 600 years old. Also this place has a giant waterfall called "Rainbow waterfall" and many tiny turquoise pools with waterfalls.
A part of heaven, isn't it?