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A Trip to Grassy Stone: Mawphlang

Mawphlang, a village in Meghalaya state in north-eastern India, 25 kilometers from Shillong. The word maw means “stone”, maw phlang means “grassy stone,” and is one of many settlements in the Khasi hills named after monoliths


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    • Ah, yes. North-east India is indeed a fantasy land. There are seven states in that part and they’re called ‘The Seven Sisters’. Thanks for your appreciation.

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