You wait long enough for the rain to cease, for the clouds to dissipate. And when the landscape momentarily lifts its veil of mist, behold, the plains of Bangladesh uncovers itself before you in all its magnificent glory. During monsoon, to capture the plains discernably is an infrequent opportunity. Yet I was lucky; I could see as far as the city of Dhaka, which is the capital of Bangladesh.
The feeling of looking at a country’s capital city while standing in a different country is epic, isn’t it? There are various viewpoints in Sohra from where you get a glimpse of Bangladesh, for the country shares its borders with Meghalya. A closer look can be obtained from Dawki with is the border town between Meghalaya and Bangladesh.