Barbarooah's Homestay in Zoo Road, Guwahati - a home away from home


👫 3 guests 🏡 1 bedroom 🚪 2 beds 🚽 1 private bathroom


Maintained by OK! North East, the Barbarooah's Homestay is one of the most beautiful houses in Guwahati. With a garden in front, guests will get a view of serene scenery from the balcony of the guest's room on the 1st floor.

A room with AC, 2 beds & an attached bathroom with geyser & complimentary breakfast, the Homestay is located in one of the prime locations in Guwahati, just opposite to the Doordarshan Kendra in Zoo Road.

There are many famous restaurants, malls and public places nearby.

The space

Bedroom
1 king bed, 1 double bed

The Homestay room is private and at the 1st floor. It has a private balcony overlooking the garden and the main road. The room has a king size bed and a double bed. Up to 4 people can stay comfortably.

The room has a window AC, cupboard, sofa, table, and an attached bathroom. There's no kitchen available. But breakfast is complimentary.

Also, food (lunch and dinner) is available at the Homestay with prior notice.

The owners (an elderly couple) of the house stays in the ground floor. They are loving people and available for any help.

Guest access

Room, balcony, garden, and other places of the house with the consent of the owners.

Amenities

TV
Essentials
Shampoo
Air conditioning
Smoking allowed
Free parking on premises
Hangers
Iron
Cable TV
Breakfast

House Rules

Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check-in time is 12PM (noon) - 9PM
Check out by 11AM
Self check-in with doorman

Please note that the hosts are an elderly couple. Also the Homestay is at a very quiet neighborhood. Although the hosts are loving and friendly, we would request you to maintain peace at all times.

Keep the house clean.

If you want to drink alcohol, please do so moderately.

You must also acknowledge

Must climb stairs - The guest-room is in the 1st floor and guests have to climb stair. The staircase is through the verandah in ground floor.
Some spaces are shared - The guest room & the balcony in the 1st floor are private & for guests only. But the garden, drawing room & verandah in the ground floor are shared.

Tariff

1 guest - Rs 1150
2 guests - Rs 1550
3 guests - Rs 1800

Booking

Book the Barbarooah's Homestay in Airbnb. Click the 'Book Now' button below.



Barbarooah's Homestay | maintained by OK! North East
Barbarooah's Homestay | maintained by OK! North East
Barbarooah's Homestay | maintained by OK! North East
Barbarooah's Homestay | maintained by OK! North East
Barbarooah's Homestay | maintained by OK! North East
Barbarooah's Homestay | maintained by OK! North East
Barbarooah's Homestay | maintained by OK! North East
Barbarooah's Homestay | maintained by OK! North East
Barbarooah's Homestay | maintained by OK! North East

Naga girl Temsutula Imsong has been praised by Varanasi for clean ghats

Temsutula Imsong moved to Varanasi & with a group of friends completely changed the look of several ghats along the Ganga. Imsong, who is from Nagaland, worked for days with her colleagues from NGO 'Sakaar' to manually clean the ghats that were full of garbage and excreta.

One of the objectives of Sakaar is to ensure all-round development of rural areas. Keeping this target in mind and affected by the filth she witnessed in Varanasi, Imsong decided to clean up the ghats.

The responsibility of the ghats has now shifted to the Municipal Corporation, but the efforts that Imsong and her team put in in these three years are not lost on the locals. Prime Minister Modi met Imsong twice when she began the cleaning and has applauded her work at Varanasi.

Gunjan, whose boat is anchored near the ghat, says, “We have never seen the ghats this clean. People would not even walk by earlier, let alone sit there. Now it is so clean that people come and sit around…”

Temsutula has now shifted her stream of work, and conducts workshops with students from class 6 to 12 in two schools, teaching them about waste generation and recycling. She is also working on enlisting families who compost at home and within a year itself, she aims at engaging 2,000 homes.

#HumanStories #OKNorthEast #StoriesFromNorthEastIndia #NorthEastIndia

Photo courtesy: Google (BW Businessworld, OpIndia.com, LiveMint)

Photo courtesy: Google (BW Businessworld, OpIndia.com, LiveMint)

Photo courtesy: Google (BW Businessworld, OpIndia.com, LiveMint)

Musicians from North-East India join hands to revive long lost traditional music through ChaiTunes Project

ChaiTunes Music Project
It all started when Assamese musician and producer Jim Ankan Deka met Carnatic classical vocalist Suchethan Rangaswamy in Bangalore sometime in 2008. They started a band called Veenar which released couple of fusion songs with videos where they played all the instruments and sang live. With the similar thought, after seven years, Jim with his team started ChaiTunes Project in Bangalore.

The ChaiTunes music project began in 2015 with a collaborative enterprise called 'Xaare Aasu' led by Jim in Bangalore, and has so far expanded into Calcutta, Guwahati, Pune and Shillong. The music project is funded and powered by Bangalore based music organisation Eastern Fare Foundation and Bangalore based media house Music Malt.

Featuring Queen Hazarika, 'Xaare Aasu' was composed by Jim Ankan Deka and written by Assamese author duo, Prof. Bhabananda Deka and Nalini Prava Deka. Next came 'Aakaxok Subo Khojo' in 2015 written by Rajdweep and featuring Antara Nandy, who was just 15 yr old then. Both the songs were recorded and shot in Bangalore. In 2016 Jim, with help from Debjani Hazarika (Jenie), an animation artist and Tarunabh Dutta, a well known director from Assam, shot another video 'Anuron' with Rupam Bhuyan and Queen Hazarika for the ChaiTunes Project. Although the songs were not entirely shot live, but the videos managed to create a buzz and garner audience from all corners of the world.

Very recently Assamese singer and composer Rupam Bhuyan joined hands with the present ChaiTunes team in Guwahati and released the first unplugged and live music video 'Anuron - live and unplugged' shot and recorded at Eastern Fare Studios in Guwahati. It is a remake of previously released Assamese song of the same name. The song features Rupam in vocals, Jim and Gaurav Choudhury in guitars, Prabal Gogoi in Cajon, Jenie in percussion and back vocals and Blues harmonica player Veda V Sarma.

After a successful beginning, ChaiTunes is now all geared up to collaborate with stellar artists like Mayukh Hazarika, Tarali Sarma, Antara Nandy, Ankur Deka, Hridoy Goswami (Spreading Roots), Rittique Phukan (Voodoo Child), Suchethan Rangaswamy and many more, to create more natural, unplugged and live music videos. ChaiTunes also plans to give a platform to the unknown yet talented folk artists through it's various folk-fusion projects. The whole idea of the project is to go to the villages and interior places where the actual talents are hidden, compose a song collaborating artists of different genres, shoot a video live and unplugged and release it for the audience worldwide.

When the new generation has almost forgotten the age old traditional music, ChaiTunes Projects seek to build tangible bridges between folk, rock, pop, jazz or blues musicians by finding points of common interest and experience in music. It is a long-term collaborative program in partnership between the artists of different genres as well as musicians' communities.

"ChaiTunes Projects celebrate the accomplishments of every artist and the positive impact of music in people's lives. The music and the videos will be done in highly disciplined, professional settings. It is like going back to the basics. What our previous generation musicians did - singing and playing all the instruments together, live, in unison. You make one mistake and you have to start all over again. It's going to be a fun project aiming to brew a fine blend of music," says Jim.

ChaiTunes Project will be very soon releasing its second live and unplugged song 'Niyoror Xur' featuring Mayukh Hazarika, son of legendary singer Jayanta Hazarika. The song is filmed at Eastern Fare Studios in Guwahati video edited by Guwahati based company Purple Trope. The other upcoming music projects will also feature artists from different countries collaborating with folk and new generation musicians from India.

ChaiTunes Project is supported by OK! North East, Jenie's Mascara, OK ListenPerspective360Degree, Everything Outdoor, MadMax and By The Way.


Here are the 10 female bands from the North-east of India you would not want to miss | #OKMusic

— compiled by Debjani Hazarika
North-east part of India has always been known for its nature, beauty and music. In the last decade, the region has seen tremendous growth in the indie music scene. While most of the festivals and events are dominated by male bands, females of the region aren't waiting for a better time. Although female music groups are not new among northeasterners, the region has seen rapid growth of all female bands who are well equipped to play from folk to jazz, rock 'n' roll to metal. Below are ten such female bands who have been defying the stereotypical thought process and building faith in women empowerment with their music and team spirit.


1. Tetseo Sisters (Nagaland)

Tetseo Sisters from Nagaland
The Tetseo Sisters are the true cultural ambassadors of the North East performing the traditional folk music of Nagaland vocally as a band in many popular live shows across the country and abroad. The amazing four sisters known by the names, Mercy, Alune, Kuvelu and Azi have spent their young lives promoting the nearly forgotten music of the Chakhesang tribe that they have inherited. They have been featured in numerous cultural events and are regulars at Music Festivals around the country including Hornbill Music Festival, Storm Festival, North East Festival, Kalakshetra Foundation, Cultures of Peace series, Folk Nations and more recently at the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2014. The dialect in which they sing is known as the Chokriand the regional song that they sing is known as ‘Li’, from the traditional songbook better known as ‘Li Kukre Kutiko’ in which there are approx of 223 songs enlisted in it. Their pure dedication towards their work has helped them to add a lot of awards in their kitty. Traditional folk instruments like tati (an one-stringed instrument) and heka libuh (horn of mithun) are played along the songs to maintain the essence of the folk music.

2. Afflatus (Meghalaya)



Afflatus from Meghalaya
Affalatus, the four young ladies band, began their blues influenced rock act in 2004. Affalatus are made up of experienced musicians in their own right with Mercy, Karen, Sharon and Grace. There is an enigmatic spirit within their rock and reggae mix music that’s highlighted by a more than strange female bravado. According to the band members, their journey was “inspirational” that never lost sight of the one thread, one passion, one love that binds them together; the love of creating music. Afflatus is said to be the emergence of a truly international sound, having the record label with India. Although the band is influenced simply by life itself, but the band can't deny the fact that they are also influenced by the sounds of the Beatles, RHCP, Flux Pavillion and Bruno Mars. Their debut performance as Afflatus in 2004 won them an award and that too at the national level. Since then, Afflatus, have come a long way with a debut album in the making, numerous high profile concerts under their belt and the emergence of a truly international sound.

3. The Vinyl Records (Arunachal Pradesh)



The Vinyl Records (Arunachal Pradesh) | photo: Facebook
Formed in February 2010, The Vinyl Records is a four piece All-girl Rock band. Considered as one of the most happening bands in the Indian rock music circuit, the band got featured on MTV F1 Rocks 2011, and since then they have regularly appeared in many countless top journals including Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire and Tehelka. They have performed in well known festivals and events like the Ziro Festival of Music, Puma Loves Vinyl, The LOUDEST Gig in Delhi, etc. The band members are Banu Jini, Minam Tekseng, Mithy Tatak and Cheyyrian Bark.

4. Apples (Mizoram)



Apples (Mizoram)
Apples is a three piece Rock 'N' Roll all girl band from Aizawl. The three girls began their music journey in october, 2007. The Apples is fronted by Zodingliani with her retro rock style and smirking off high energy guitar wizardy. The band includes of Jojo(Vocalist), ZoZoi(Drummer), Afaki (Bassist) and DingDingi(Guitarist). They have also covered the Mizo version of the 50’s hit “Stupid Cupid” which helped them increase their popularity and fan base. The band's main principle is to produce commercial and semi-commercial music taste of their community.

5. Minute of Decay (Manipur)



Minutes of Decay (Manipur)
They are sisters and then they became band members when they chose to start a revolution called 'Minute of Decay', also known as MoD. The sisters Worshon, Singchon and Thotyaphy Muivah from Manipur, formed the New Delhi based group in the late October 2011. The band mainly plays classic rock punctuated by a stylized pinch of contemporary vocals and alternative riffs – an obsession with sweet medleys.

Minute of Decay's preparatory is laced with a fine example of foresight and discipline from their parents. Their own love affair with music, they ensured, would survive into the next generation through their children, even if it means an all-girls situation.

6. The Chosen (Mizoram)



The Chosen (Mizoram)
A bunch of six talented girls from Aizawl got together by their same love for music in 2009. The band had risen up to the Mizo music scene with their first single “Broken Wings”, later followed by “Kan fak a che (We praise you)”. The lead vocalist Fiona Lalmalsawmi Pachuau won Special Award at MoonLight Awards 2011. The girls mainly sing in their native dialect – Mizo.

Essentially a Pop, Pop-rock, Indie band, the band, started jamming out in the first half of 2009 and got together as a Gospel band (All-Girl band) by the end of that year. The band comprises of members Moitei (Vocals), Fiona (Vocals), Seni (Guitars), Xoey (Bass), Malsomi (keyboards), Afeli (Drums) and Parema (songwriter/manager). They are the first all girl Gospel band from the state of Mizoram. Now ain't that something?!

7. Genesis of Pink (Sikkim)



Genesis of Pink (Sikkim)
Formed in April 2013, Genesis of Pink is a Gangtok based four member punk-rock band comprises of Mahima Apchunna Rai (Vocalist/Rhythm Guitarist), Dechen Gyurmi Zangmu (Lead Guitarist), Annies Pamo Lucksom (Bassist) and Shrishti Rai (Keyboardist).

The band released two music videos “Who are you” and “Ka Bata” in 2016. Their songs are often based on society and individuals and they also do not stray away from writing songs on delicate issues such as rape and violence and spread it through the universal language of music.

8. Blue Corn (Mizoram)



Blue Corn (Mizoram)
Blue Corn is a pop trio and one of the most popular girl groups of Mizoram. The group consists of Felicia Singson, Kim Kimi and Tlingi. In 2006, they released their music video “Lung Lawm A kim” from their debut album – Lunglawn Akim. The album enjoyed a lime-light success in Mizoram, Manipur and other parts of Northeast states. They popularity hits not only in Mizoram but neighbouring states of Manipur and Nagaland as well.

9. Hurricane Girls (Assam)



Hurricane Girls (Assam)
In 2011, Assam’s first all-girl band was formed in a small village of Nahira, about 30 km off Guwahati. The lead vocalist, composer and director Mamani Kalita along with her drummer friend Arju Begum took the initiative. Apart from headlining various festivals in their home state, this fusion-folk rock band has played an array of gigs hitting Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi and Ahmedabad.

The band’s musical journey began in 2011 performing at a cultural function organised by a coaching institute at Rabindra Bhawan in Guwahati. The band uses some traditional Assamese musical instruments like dhol, nagara, dotara with keyboard, guitar, drums and modern percussion instruments to create a musical illusion. Band members as on 2016 - Mamani, Mumpy, Maina kaberi, Jenny, Luku and Pragya

10. Vivance - Naga Girls (Nagaland)



Vivance - Naga Girls (Nagaland)
This four piece pop band from Dimapur is an offspring of collective efforts punched by Mhonyamo Kikon and Meyi to introduce a catchy flavor of girl power into the Nagaland music scene. 'Vivance' consists of Livika Swu (Vocals), Nukshinaro Imchen (Guitars), Vekutalu Swuro (Piano) and Onen (bass guitar).

Formed on November 25, 2013, the band’s style of playing is considered to have a blend of pop rock, and Indie, so they call themselves an experimental Pop/Indie rock band, the joy and to uplift and empower women in the state. In 2014, the band has released their Debut EP Dream Out Loud. Although the band is still quite young, their foot-tapping music has helped them gather quite the fanbase.

Edited by - Jim Ankan Deka

OK! North East Cottage in Amingaon - a private place to party in Guwahati

OK! North East Cottage has lot of space for a birthday or private party for up to 10 guests. The area is peaceful and next to the highway.

Amingaon area of Guwahati is known for its scenic beauty and the OK! North East Cottage which is very close to the airport oozes character and charm. With 360˚ mountain view, the cottage is one of the best cheap holiday rentals manages by OK! North East in Guwahati, Assam. The area provides wonderful breezes all through the house on a hot day.

The Space

Just about 18 kms from the Guwahati Airport, the cottage with a bedroom with AC, a living room, kitchen, bathroom and lot of open space with mind blowing 360° view of the mountains. It is situated at a serene place in Amingaon and 7 kms distance from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati.

With complimentary breakfast, the cottage is available for groups looking to party or a peaceful night. A caretaker is present 24 hrs in the cottage for all kinds of help.

The place is strictly for partying only. Single Couple is not allowed to spend the night at the property.

It is opened for the first time to tourists and guests. There might be few glitches here and there (for which we have kept the price low). We want every guest to feel at home and talk to us regarding any problem s/he faces. We will try our best to make your stay comfortable.

The house is done in wooden decor and temperature is generally low inside the house than outside due to the smart structure. The surrounding area is green and peaceful. The place is great for partying and fun.

A security guard cum caretaker is present 24 hrs at the premises. Theere is secured car parking facility in the campus.

Sleeping Arrangement

The bedroom has a king size bed and the living room has a sofa cum bed. Easily 4 people can be accommodated in the cottage. We can provide extra mattresses if there are more than 4 people.

Guest access

Guests will have access to all the areas inside the campus and the house.

Kitchen has only plates, bowls, glasses and cutlery at present. There will be cooking utensils in the future.

Guests will have access to WiFi for free.

Tariff

Entire Cottage for max 6 people - Rs 4,350
Entire Cottage for max 10 people - Rs 5,550

Booking

Book the cottage for Rs 4350 at Airbnb using your Credit Card - https://www.airbnb.co.in/rooms/20256694

Please call (+91) 75780 13817 or (+91) 99865 73253 if you wish to directly book with us.

House Rules

Check in time is 12AM - 10PM
Check out by 11AM
Self check-in with doorman.
Guests can always interact with the owners and other members of the guest house. And take help regarding exploring the North East India and other information. Please keep the place clean.

The OK! North East Cottage in Amingaon, Guwahati

The OK! North East Cottage in Amingaon, Guwahati

The OK! North East Cottage in Amingaon, Guwahati

The OK! North East Cottage in Amingaon, Guwahati

The OK! North East Cottage in Amingaon, Guwahati

The OK! North East Cottage in Amingaon, Guwahati

The OK! North East Cottage in Amingaon, Guwahati

The OK! North East Cottage in Amingaon, Guwahati

OK! North East Riverview Homestay in Guwahati - rooms for partying and relaxing


About

OK! North East Riverview Homestay is next to the Brahmaputra river and about 1.5 kms from the railway station. With complimentary breakfast and air conditioning, the homestay offers peace & tranquility at all times.

The guesthouse is close to the main centres of Guwahati, restaurants and public transport. You’ll love the place because of the ambiance, the outdoors space, the neighborhood, the light & accessibility. The place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers & families.

The space

The house has 3 bedrooms with attached bathrooms, AC and and wall mounted TV, 2 living rooms with TV, 1 kitchen, 1 dining area and 3 balconies.

Guests can either book 1 room for upto 4 people or the entire apartment. Upto 9 people can stay comfortably in the apartment.

It is situated in the most prime, quiet and safest location in Guwahati. With the full view of the Brahmaputra river, waking up in the house will be an unforgettable experience.

Guest access

Guests will have access to kitchen, living rooms and balconies.

Interaction with guests

Guests can always interact with the hosts or take help from the caretaker who is available for 24 hrs.

Tariff

Small Room with AC and attached bathroom: Rs 900 (for 2 people with complimentary breakfast)
Budget Room with AC, attached bathroom and balcony: Rs 1000 (for 2 people with complimentary breakfast)
Executive Room with AC, attached bathroom and balcony: Rs 1250 (for 2 people with complimentary breakfast)
Extra person after 2 in each room: Rs 600 (with complimentary breakfast)

Entire house: Rs 3500 (for 6 people with complimentary breakfast)

Booking

Book the entire house for Rs 3500 at Airbnb using your Credit Card - https://www.airbnb.co.in/rooms/20257962
Book the Budget Room for Rs 950 at Airbnb using your Credit Card - https://www.airbnb.co.in/rooms/20459908
Book the Executive Room for Rs 1250 at Airbnb using your Credit Card - https://www.airbnb.co.in/rooms/20483500

Please call (+91) 75780 13817 or (+91) 99865 73253 if you wish to directly book with us.


House Rules

Not suitable for pets
Check in time is 11AM - 10PM
Check out by 11AM
Guests will be provided with complimentary breakfast. Guests have to cook the breakfast themselves. A guest can also book the entire apartment with prior notice. Lunch and dinner are provided at the guesthouse for extra cost, although guests can bring their food from outside and utilise the fridge, electric heater and other amenities of the kitchen.

- A quiet place, please maintain peace
- Breakfast is complimentary. But guests have to prepare themselves.
- Drinking allowed, but moderately.
- Trash and napkins should be thrown in the dustbins only. Please don't litter.

The neighborhood

OK! North East’s home is located in Guwahati, Assam, India.
Brahmaputra river and the river park is right next to the building.
Kamakhya Temple is 9 kms from the Homestay.
Dighali Pukhuri, one of the biggest lakes in Guwahati is around 1 km from the property.
Gandhi Mandap is in the top of the Pub Sarania hill and just 5 kms away from the guest house. One will get a bird's eye view of Guwahati from the hilltop.
Assam State Zoo is less than 5 kms from the guest house. Kamakhya Temple is about 12 kms away.
Taxi (Uber, Ola etc), bus and autos are easily accessible from the guest house. Bus stand is 0.5 kms away.
Cotton College and other nearby institutions and colleges are within 2 km radius.
There are many restaurants nearby and one can taste the vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian dishes. Pork momos are most popular.
The guest house is in a slow, quiet and residential neighborhood. Please maintain peace at all times.

Living Room at OK! North East Riverview Homestay
Dining Area at OK! North East Riverview Homestay
Living Room at OK! North East Riverview Homestay
Living Room at OK! North East Riverview Homestay
Budget AC room at OK! North East Riverview Homestay
Budget AC room at OK! North East Riverview Homestay
Executive Room at OK! North East Riverview Homestay
Executive Room at OK! North East Riverview Homestay
Kitchen at OK! North East Riverview Homestay
Bathroom at OK! North East Riverview Homestay

Na La Ri Resort near Shillong - a sustainable jungle retreat for exercise and relaxation


In a region globally recognised as an ecological hotspot, everything about the Na La Ri Resort is eco-sensitive.

Na La Ri Resort in Sumer, Meghalaya near Shillong is now ready to welcome the nature-loving guests from all across globe. About 80 kms from Guwahati and 30 kms from Shillong, the resort has cottages, tents, dormitories, party hall, open & closed restaurants, fish ponds and different activities. The resort is placed at a quiet and serene destination at a village called Lawbyrwa in Sumer which is about 6 kms from the Guwahati-Shillong Highway before reaching Umiam Lake.

The space

The place is quiet and green. With birds chirping, trees placed in 5 acres of land, fish pond, boating, and taking a dip in the swimming pool (pool will be ready by October, 2017), the resort is one of the few destinations mainly created for nature lovers.

The cottages are made in bamboo and wood decor. With all the amenities like TV, Western bathroom, room service, waking up at Na La Ri Resort will be an experience you'll cherish forever.

There are small cottages for upto 4 people and bigger cottages for upto 6 people.

People will also have an option to stay in tents.

Activities

Swimming
Fishing
Nature Walks/Treks
Bird watching
River Angling
Picnics along the river side/Jungles
Children's Playpen
Barbecue and Bonfire

Guest access

All the spaces in an around the resort including the ponds, boats, pool, hills, jungle and roads.


Interaction with guests

A manager is always present in the resort.

Other things to note

This resort is in a village and life is slow down here. You might not find something easily here. But we will do our best to accommodate every request placed by you.

Regular Size Cottage

Accommodates: 4
Bathrooms: 1 (Private bathroom)
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: Anytime after 12PM (noon)
Room type: Private room

Sleeping Arrangements

Small Cottage - 1 double bed
Large cottage - 1 double bed
Tents - Mattresses

Extra person - Single mattress

What to See and Do

Besides local bird watching trails, responsible fishing and a mountain tour on foot or cycles, the Umiam Lake, the Shillong Airport, the Shillong Peak, the Elephant Falls are close at hand.

You must also acknowledge

Pet(s) live on property
Some spaces are shared - Restaurants, toilets of camp sites, ponds, swimming pool, outdoor sitting areas etc.
Amenity limitations - You might sometimes find difficulty with network. This is a laid back kind of place. Room service might take little longer depending on the number of guests staying at the property.

Booking

Small cottage for 2 (upto 4 people) - Rs 2200
Large cottage for 2 (upto 6 people) - Rs 3000

Extra person after 2 guests - Rs 450

Tents - Rs 600 per person

Please call 75780 13817 or 99865 73253 for details.

You can also book Na La Ri Resort at Airbnb.

Address

Na La Ri Resorts
Lawbyrwa, Sumer,
Meghalaya - 793104

Na La Ri Resort in Sumer (near Shillong)

Na La Ri Resort in Sumer (near Shillong)

Na La Ri Resort in Sumer (near Shillong)

Na La Ri Resort in Sumer (near Shillong)

Na La Ri Resort in Sumer (near Shillong)

Na La Ri Resort in Sumer (near Shillong)

Na La Ri Resort in Sumer (near Shillong)

The Na La Ri Resort is maintained by OK! North East.