South West Khasi Hills is an administrative district in Meghalaya, India. The Southwest Kashi Hills area was spun off from the West Kashi Hills area on August 3, 2012. The Governor of Meghalaya considered that for public convenience and better administrative reasons, it needed to be fully integrated with minor changes to improve Mawkyrwat citizen subdivision in the West Kashi Hills area. -A full-fledged district. The new district constitutes all the villages of the two communities and Rural Development Block
The Khasi live primarily in the southwestern Kashi hills of Meghalaya, also known as one of the earliest ethnic groups of settlers in the Indian subcontinent, and belong to the Proto-Australo-Melane monk race. ..
The total area of the district is 1341km2.
Southwest Kashi Hills has a total of two subdistricts.
There are 301 villages in the Southwest Kashi Hills area.
There are a total of two cities in this area.
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