Meghalaya, literally means abode of clouds, is the wettest place on Earth. It is fondly called as "Scotland of the East". Meghalaya sandwiched between Assam and Bangladesh has numerous things to offer. Broccoli-like mountains, surreal plateau, breathtaking falls, mysterious caves, glassy lake, insulated villages and their nature, marvelous root bridges so forth and so on.
Northeast is relatively unopened, unexplored resultantly unadulterated. It provides clean air, organic foods, vast yet uncrowded space and what else the people are living thug life. The balance between tradition and modernity is impressive. They live in their village, walk their way yet look stylish. The most of the people even in village knows latest trend, in a way to put even few metropolitan people to shame. My mouth dropped in astonishment when I saw a kid, on his mother's hip and not yet out of thumb sucking habit, in 'Undercut' in Nongrait village. It felt nothing missing in there and lot missing back home. It is a blessing in disguise that the whole region didn't attract corporate's interest. The trip completely changed my image on Northeast and created a burning desire to settle there some day.