5 Interesting facts about this 56000 year old tribe!

The Khasi tribe has been around for 56,000 years, making them one of the oldest known cultures. Their traditions and ways of life have stood the test of time.

Time-tested traditions

Unique in their customs, the Khasi tribe is matrilineal. This means women lead families and inherit property, showing the strength of female leadership.

Women at the forefront

Witness the Khasi's incredible living root bridges, a blend of nature and skill. These bridges, grown from tree roots, are not just useful but also a sight to behold.

Amazing tree bridges

The Khasi language is rich and unique, spoken by over a million people. It connects them to their past and keeps their stories and traditions alive.

A language of their own

Experience their vibrant culture at the Ka Pom-Blang Nongkrem festival. This five-day celebration is filled with dance, music, and rituals, showcasing their rich heritage.

A festival of joy and tradition

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