2 edition of A Study of the land system of Meghalaya. found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. [xl]-xli).Research work directed and report prepared by J.N. Das--T.p. verso.Sponsored by North Eastern Council, Shillong.Includes index.
|Statement||Law Research Institute, Eastern Region|
|Publishers||Law Research Institute, Eastern Region|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
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The Meghalaya forests are not only important as a wildlife refuge for birds, it is also important to migratory birds on their long-distance flights. Fertility of Soils: A Future for Farming in the West-African Savannah Springer, Berlin, 1991. The Nokrek Biosphere Reserve in the West Garo Hills and the Balphakram National Park in the South Garo Hills has the most biodiversity-rich sites in Meghalaya.
Forest and Environment Department, Meghalaya Government. The ecoregion is one of the most areas in India, with a rich diversity of birds, mammals, and plants in particular. During 2018-19, the state produced 331. WATERFALLS LANGSHIANG FALLS NOHAKALIKAI FALLS• The dam project will thus also leave a sizable dent on the indigenous health care system as well as economy.
The State Government aims to promote new development policies that will help the smallholder and family farmers eradicate hunger, reduce rural poverty and continue to play a major role as stewards who manage and protect natural resources; and as drivers of sustainable development in global food security through small-scale, sustainable agricultural production. These wild vegetables are an important source of micro nutrients for the community and are especially important when the cultivated crops are not ready to be harvested.
As compared to agriculture and forest, Jhun and wasteland are more susceptible to soil erosion due to higher overland flow with higher permeability classes. The in the forests of Meghalaya are globally endangered, and also threatened in this particular habitat, but they have a special place among the local tribes who cherish their song.
Hindus which is a majority in most parts of the country is the largest minority in Meghalaya. As for the entire village, bustling with a population of 700-800, not every individual is vested in courting tourists. Land is incessantly being acquired for so- called development projects such as power projects, defence and security establishments, tourism purposes, educational purposes, road transport and communication and for extension of reserved forests.
The state is bounded to the south by the Bangladeshi divisions of Mymensingh and Sylhet, to the west by the Bangladeshi division of Rangpur and the north and east by Assam. Sibi Arasu 25 March 2019. Due to its natural beauty and mountains surrounding the state it has become a famous tourist spot. It connects the state with West Bengal. The least resistant particles in size separates are silts and fine sands.
Proceedings of National Conference on Need and Prospect of Environmental Education, Alipurduar College, Pp. Every festival and ceremony from birth to death, each ceremony is enriched with music and dance.
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In jhum the permeability classes vary from 3, 4, 5 and 6.
Above mustard field near Shillong.