About the walk

Ever Living Museum, in Mawshbuit, is located about nine kilometres away from Shillong, the capital city of Meghalaya. It is owned and operated by Mr Kyntiewbor War, a retired engineer who worked for the Government of Meghalaya. The museum has three components: the main museum, the stone museum and a garden which has wild orchids, wild flowers and wild fruits.

The main museum houses miniature tree huts of the Garo tribe and bamboo huts of the Khasi tribe, traditional dresses and ornaments of the different tribes of Meghalaya, household items, jewellery and ornaments of the tribes of Meghalaya, craft items, glass bottles of different shapes and designs, and old Indian and foreign currencies and coins collected by Mr Kyntiewbor War.

The other room houses different kinds of stones collected from in and around Meghalaya, as well as Italy and other places. Shells, gemstones, fossils, and so on, are also on display at the museum.

 

 

This is a custom walk for the students of St. Mary's College, History Department, Shillong. This walk is not open to others.

Walk Time
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Walk Date
Meeting Time
12:45 pm
Celebrating World Heritage Day - A Visit to Ever Living Museum
In Association with
St. Mary's College, Shillong
Thursday
18 Apr

Walk Leader

Naphibahun Lyngdoh
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Duration

01:00 pm - 03:00 pm

Meeting Time12:45 pm

Meeting Point

Ever Living Museum parking lot

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About the Walk

Ever Living Museum, in Mawshbuit, is located about nine kilometres away from Shillong, the capital city of Meghalaya. It is owned and operated by Mr Kyntiewbor War, a retired engineer who worked for the Government of Meghalaya. The museum has three components: the main museum, the stone museum and a garden which has wild orchids, wild flowers and wild fruits.

The main museum houses miniature tree huts of the Garo tribe and bamboo huts of the Khasi tribe, traditional dresses and ornaments of the different tribes of Meghalaya, household items, jewellery and ornaments of the tribes of Meghalaya, craft items, glass bottles of different shapes and designs, and old Indian and foreign currencies and coins collected by Mr Kyntiewbor War.

The other room houses different kinds of stones collected from in and around Meghalaya, as well as Italy and other places. Shells, gemstones, fossils, and so on, are also on display at the museum.

 

 

This is a custom walk for the students of St. Mary's College, History Department, Shillong. This walk is not open to others.

Please Note

  • Please wear comfortable shoes.
  • Parking is available at the meeting point.
  • Photography is allowed and free.
  • Entry fee of Rs. 50/- is to be paid by the participant.
  • Carry drinking water.

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