South Garo Hills is an administrative district in Meghalaya, India. The South Garo Hills district is one of the newest districts in the state since the founding of Meghalaya. The creation of this district was declared on June 1, 1992 by branching from the former West Gallo Hills district. The early inhabitants of the district were the Garo. In the end, the area was placed under the control of British rulers by the authority of Emperor Mugar. In 1979, the Gallo Hills district was divided into two separate districts.
Famous for ?
The area is known for its many historical and tourist attractions, including the hills of "Dilsa Abri" in Bagmala, which is rich in rare "pitcher flowers". The famous Shiju Cave is also here.
The total area of the area is 1850km2.
There are four subdivisions in the South Garo Hills area.
There are 804 villages in this area.
There is only one city in this area.
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