Thursday, February 2, 2023

UNESCO selected Maumluh Cave Among the First 100 IUGS Geological Sites in the World

Date:

Maumluh Cave in Sohra, Meghalaya has been selected by UNESCO’s International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS) as one of the ‘first 100 IUGS geological sites’ in the world. Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma gave this information on Saturday. Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma wrote in a tweet, Maumluh Cave in Sohra, Meghalaya has been selected by UNESCO’s International Union of Geologic Sciences (IUGS) as one of the first 100 IUGS geological sites in the world.

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma said the 60th anniversary event of IUGS at Jumaiya, Basque Coast UNESCO Global Geopark (Spain) will announce the first 100 IUGS geological heritage sites selected from 181 candidate sites from 56 countries. Maumluh Cave in Sohra, Meghalaya is one of the longest caves in the Indian subcontinent as it extends for about 4500 m. Locally known as Krem Maumluh, this cave is located about half a kilometer west of Cherrapunji in Meghalaya. This place is one of the major tourist attractions.

Nidhi Mishra
Nidhi Mishra
A Delhiite and A Journalist who researches analyses, pens down thoughts, and seeks peace in pretty skies. Pen and paper are my best buddies, part-time poet. Looking forward to a career In writing and anchoring

Share post:

HOT TOPIC🔥🔥🔥

More like this
Related

Being recognized is more difficult than being identified – The Story of Shekar Ayan Verma

We've all known the names of famous actors and...

Unveiling the Astrological Wisdom of Piyush G: An Expert’s Guide to Understanding the Stars

Astrologer Piyush G started practicing in 2005 under his...

37 Stars Including Trinamool Congress Mamata and Abhishek will Campaign

Trinamool Congress has made a complete strategy to establish...

BJP Preparing to Contest Elections Alone on All Seats in Meghalaya, Infighting in Tripura

In the meeting JP Nadda. Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh...