Meghalaya

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Me·gha·la·ya

 (mā′gə-lā′ə)
A state of eastern India between Assam and Bangladesh. Formerly a part of Assam, Meghalaya attained full statehood in 1972.

Meghalaya

(ˌmeɪɡəˈleɪə)
n
(Placename) a state of NE India, created in 1969 from part of Assam. Capital: Shillong. Pop: 2 306 069 (2001). Area: 22 429 sq km (7800 sq miles)

Me•gha•la•ya

(ˌmeɪ gəˈleɪ ə)
n.
a state in NE India. 1,774,778; 8785 sq. mi. (22,489 sq. km). Cap.: Shillong.
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Culture and ethnobotany of Jaintia tribal community of Meghalya, Northeast India-A minireview.
The U-14 boys' team won all three league matches by huge margins and reached the quarter-final stage of the tournament, where they lost to the Meghalya opponents in a penalty shootout.
States like Meghalya (also known as the Switzerland of India) Manipur, Assam and Himachal Pradesh are very unique in their offerings with food, culture, wildlife, traditions and history.
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From integration to disintegration: further enquiry on the role of Christianity in social change among the Hynniewtrep people of Meghalya, Dharma Deepika 8 (1) 2004, 47-53.
Bantainam, aged two years and 10 months, is a child of the Khasi tribe in the town of Shillong in the north-eastern Indian state of Meghalya.