UNESCO is considering adding Meghalaya's Living Root-Bridges to its index of World Heritage Sites.
We asked you dear readers to send us your photographs and describe your experience of visiting any of Meghalaya's root-bridges.
IMAGE: Aadhan visited Meghalaya in April with friends.
He sent us a few photographs and writes: 'We are here in Meghalaya with a group of friends. We stayed at Cherrapunji and trekked to the living root-bridges.
'Throughout the trek of 3,500 steps your eyes are in for a treat -- lush green landscapes of the beautiful mountains, waterfalls.' Photograph: Kind courtesy Aadhan
IMAGE: 'Our guide for the trek took us through quaint little villages where the locals were always smiling and hospitable. It took us about a couple of hours to get down to see the stunning double decker bridge,' says Aadhan. Photograph: Kind courtesy Aadhan
IMAGE: 'We were able to cool off in a waterfall and marvel at the beauty of the bridge as long as we could. Words and pictures don’t do justice to this stunning place,' adds Aadhan. Photograph: Kind courtesy Aadhan
IMAGE: Biswajit Pal also visited Mawlynnong village in Meghalaya.
He says there are living root-bridges too near to Mawlynnong, 'one of the cleanest villages in Asia.'
'This bridge could be approached from both sides. Also, this bridge could be accessed easily as there are cemented stairs. A must visit,' says Biswajit.Photograph: Kind courtesy Biswajit Pal
Rajesh Taneja sent us this poem on the root-bridges penned by his 12-year-old daughter Nishika:
Have you visited one of Meghalaya's root-bridges?
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