East Khasi Hills is a district in Meghalaya, India. The East Khasi Hills district was split into two administrative districts on October 28, 1976. On June 4, 1992, the East Kashi Hills district was further divided into two administrative districts, the Liboi district. The former Cassie Hills district was split into the East Cassie Hills and West Cassie Hills districts on October 28, 1976. On June 4, 1992, the East Cassie Hills district was further divided into two administrative districts.
Famous for ?
These hills are famous for the cliffs of Sohra or Cherrapunjee, one of the areas with the highest annual rainfall in the world.
The total area of the district is 2752 km2.
East Kashi Hills has a total of two subdistricts.
There are 923 villages in the East Jaintia Hills area.
There are a total of 13 cities in this area.
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