Amanda Rangsa village
Aminda Rangsa village is a perfect get away. Beautiful landscapes, rugged terrains and a dense forest are the hallmark of Aminda Rangsa, where the community has come together to make the village clean.
A small village with 39 households has a population of roughly 200 people, including children. In 2011, the village bagged the Nirmal Gram Puraskar.
Pristine, clean and green Amanda Rangsa village in remote West Garo Hills the village as a “tourism destination”The villagers are upbeat and are ensuring cleanliness of the village.
Located about 25 km from Tura far away from the humdrum of city.
Aminda Rangsa village is located in Gambegre Tehsil of West Garo Hills district in Meghalaya, India. It is situated 2km away from sub-district headquarter Gambegre and 27km away from district headquarter Tura.
Guwahati to tura 4 h 35 min (218.7 km) via NH17 and NH217,
situated 2km away from sub-district headquarter Gambegre and 27km away from district headquarter Tura.