Meghalaya`s Living Bridges - Incredible India

Submitted by: Draculya 3 years ago

Multi-generational construction
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Male 335
er, welcome to the 12th century....BC
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Male 1,016
This is a community tradition that is passed down generation to generation not only out of a sense of necessity but also a sense of community.
These living bridges live for centuries and we can`t build one that last ONE lifetime!!!
On a completely different note ....beautiful area ( when not raining) but I bet not great for Frizzy hair !!!
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Male 1,239
Real wood elves.
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Male 13,624
Brilliant stuff
never seen owt like that before
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Female 6,381
Fantastic, Drac`! Some of those scenes would have fit beautifully into Lord of the Rings!
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Male 14,773
@Mad_Gremlyn et al. you`re very welcome. Live Submissions has been backlogged with my links for weeks now (sorry mods), but I will try to find more with this kind of vibe.
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Male 450
beautiful.
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Male 2,436
Very cool. This is the stuff I like to see on I-A-B.
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Male 3,406
this is truly a wonder of the world.
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Female 4,349
overwhelmed by awesomeness.
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Male 512
I am so glad to have this new wrinkle in my brain, thanks for an excellent post, Draculya.
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Female 71
Wow. That is just incredible.
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Male 6,227
Awesome link, Draculya. Thanks. I`d love to travel and see these bridges some day.
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Male 2,627
Absolutely stunning- thanks for posting.
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Female 7,832
Thank You- this makes me so terribly happy. What a stunning solution..
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Male 2,579
Amazing
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Male 14,773
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