A sacred forest, one of India’s highest waterfalls and Asia’s cleanest village are among the pit stops on a nostalgic road trip in Meghalaya
I am grinning from ear to ear and taking deep breaths. We are past city traffic and on National Highway 40, whizzing past a stretch of dhabas and small villages. Several kilometres of dusty areas pass before our eyes rest on a patch of green. I picture myself as a 10-year-old, sitting with my nose pressed to the rear-seat window of our Maruti 800.