Shillong city lies in the centre of the plateau structure in the Northeastern state of Meghalaya in India. The city is surrounded by a set of three hills, which as per the indigenous Khasi people is known as, LumSohpetbneng (Navel of the Earth), LumDiengiei (Mount of the merciful tree) and LumShillong (Mount of Shillong, a deity). The region is known to possess many scenic elements like fast moving rivers and streams, naturally formed limestone caves, natural and artificial lakes. One of the major tourist attractions however, belong to villages in Sohra (Cherrapunji) and Mawlynnong viz. the living root-tree bridges. This is a documentation of the bridges in Nongriat which is a small village located in ShellaBholaganj of East Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya with total 31* families residing. *Census 2011.co.in, (2015). Nongriat Village Population - ShellaBholaganj - East Khasi Hills, Meghalaya.