Meghalaya at a glance

Meghalaya is a state located in northeastern India, bordered by Assam and Bangladesh. Its capital is Shillong, and the official language is English and Khasi. Meghalaya is home to many ethnic groups, each with their own unique customs and festivals. The state's economy is primarily based on agriculture, forestry, and tourism. Meghalaya is also known for its high rainfall and for being one of the wettest places on Earth.

Here, Meghalaya at a glance provides important information and figures about Meghalaya. This is helpful for General Knowledge exams.

Manipur at a glance
Particulars Description
Capital Shillong
Established 21-Jan-72
Largest City Shillong
Latitude 24° 58’ N to 26° 07’N
Longitude 89° 48’E to 92° 51’ E
Area Total 22429 sq. km
Districts 11
Sub-divisions 8
Blocks 46
Total Towns 22
Villages 6026
Total Population (Census 2011) 29,66,889
Male (Census 2011) 14,91,832
Female (Census 2011) 14,75,057
Density 132 Per Sqr. Km
Literacy Rate -Total 74.43%
Literacy Rate -Male 75.95%
Literacy Rate -Female 72.89%
Highest peak Shillong Peak (6,433 feet)
Official Language English
State Mammal Clouded leopard
State Bird Hill myna
State Flower Lady's Slipper Orchid
State Tree Gamhar
Airport Shillong
Lok Sabha Constituency 2
Rajya Sabha Seat 1
Vidhan Sabha Constituency 60