Krem Liat Prah is the longest natural cave in India. Lechuguilla Cave, New Mexico A cave is a natural underground void large enough for a human to enter. ...
Liat Prah ("Krem" is the Khasi word for "cave") is one of approximately 150 known caves in the Shnongrim Ridge of the Jaintia Hills district in the state of Meghalaya, northeast India. Explored and surveyed as part of the ongoing Abode of the Clouds Expedition project, its current length of about 25 kilometers will likely be increased as nearby caves continue to be connected. Liat Prah's dominant feature is its enormous trunk passage, the Aircraft Hangar. The Khasi are a tribe in Meghalaya, India and in parts of Bangladesh, who call themselves Hynniew trep (which means the seven huts in the Khasi language). ... Meghalaya is a small state in north-eastern India. ...
Kharpran Daly, Brian The Caves of Meghalaya Government of Meghalaya, 2006
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