Jingmaham Living Root Bridge

Jingmaham Living Root Bridge, Mawlynnong

Jingmaham Living Root Bridge - Mawlynnong

Jingmaham Living Root Bridge - Mawlynnong
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Niveditha
1 contribuição
mai de 2022
Its not called "Jingmaham". From the local guide, I learnt that Jingmaham means "safety instructions" in local language. :D Its a single living root bridge at Wahthyllong hamlet, 10 minutes drive away from Mawlynnong.
Feita em 17 de maio de 2022
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K Sundara
4 contribuições
abr de 2022
It is a marvelous bridge made out of the roots of a living tree. We visited only a single route bridge. We have to climb down to reach the spot and double root bridge is further in the steep and so we did not go. The place is serene and fantastic. It will be a tiresome journey as we have to walk all the way. Only the healthy persons can climb down to reach the bridge.
Feita em 3 de maio de 2022
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Vaishali Limaye
Pune, Índia149 contribuições
abr de 2022
We lived in Nowet at a home stay called NaiMei owned by Hali. We opted to see Sigle root bridge against double decker mainly because it was raining and we didnt have both time and stamina to trek for hours. The way to Single root bridge is also a small trek but doable for senior citizens too (with little effort). That effort paid off when we reached the bridge and what a sight it was to see that natural living miracle.
We reached quite early in the morning hence we were the only ones around. We went down to the stream and stayed there with legs in water for an hour. We spent time enjoying the water and looking at the bridge. We didnt miss seeing the double root bridge and were very happy seeing this one.
Feita em 2 de maio de 2022
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Chai
Bangalore, Índia18 contribuições
dez de 2021 • Família
It needs to be seen to be believed.. a total beauty. We went later in the day when the crowd had thinned out as we were staying at mawlynnong.
It is just amazing how nature meets everyone need.
Kudos to the Khasi people for maintaining their nature and culture
Feita em 17 de janeiro de 2022
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Vinod Agrawal
Navi Mumbai, Índia26 contribuições
jan de 2022 • Amigos
Old tree roots have got naturally intertwined to create a river crossing bridge. The bridge is for pedestrians but quite strong and surviving for years.
Feita em 10 de janeiro de 2022
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vijaytravels
Mumbai (Bombaim), Índia150 contribuições
nov de 2021
First Jingmaham is not the name as it means "Warning" in Khasi and this is posted on a sign near the bridge! This single level living roots bridge is located about 2km before Mawlynnong and can be approached in two different ways. About 3km before Mawlynnong, if you take the fork on the right to the Nohwet village, you can approach the bridge from the west through a steep climb down the stairs. However, the more popular approach is further down the road to Mawlynnong from the parking lot in Riwai village. From here too it is a steep and rough 10 minute climb down to the bridge, which takes a lot more to climb up and leaves you completely winded. The bridge is an incredible sight and piece of human engineering of nature. A must see.
Feita em 8 de novembro de 2021
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subrat
Gurgaon, Índia83 contribuições
mar de 2021 • Família
There is nothing much to do though but the way the roots of the tree were connecting the two sides of the small cliff was really unique
Feita em 6 de março de 2021
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Kunal_Bhowmick
Calcutá, Índia903 contribuições
mar de 2020 • Casais
Amazing creation...however steps to this bridge is quite adventurous...
It is indeed a thing to see...how a man made bridge made from roots of rubber tree can sustain for hundreds of years...
Feita em 11 de outubro de 2020
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Rohan Sirsi
Pune District, Índia162 contribuições
dez de 2019
We visited this place and was nice. This is Single Living root bridge, nicely maintained by the locals. I highly recommend to visit this place if visiting Meghalaya.
Feita em 29 de junho de 2020
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P M V
Nagpur, Índia3.139 contribuições
mar de 2020 • Família
To start with this place is near village Nohwet and it is called " Living Root Bridge, Nohwet."
You have to walk some distance on a bit uneven and climbing and descending path to reach the bridge.
You come across a make shift ticket counter. After paying Rs 40/- per person and Rs 20/- for camera, you can proceed to the bridge.
At first sighting you are not impressed.
You go around looking at it from various angles. You read a plaque unvailed on 24 November 2016. (Full text at photo caption).
The plaque gives information about those who were mainly responsible for the idea and creation of the bridge.
The trees were planted around 1840, that is almost hundred and eighty years back.
Gradually the Bridge, which had not impressed you at first sight not impressed you assumes totally different perspective.
You imagine the enormity of the project and the dedication, hard work, patience and persiverance of the generations who were responsible to take it to completion, you are dumb stuck and very very impressed.
Living Root Bridge is a living monument to dedication, hard work and persiverance to Human Spirit and Khasi people of Nohwet village.
Feita em 28 de março de 2020
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