The Khasi hills are situated in the state Meghalaya, India. They are the part of the range Garo-Khashi and Patkai as well as the Meghalaya subtropical forests. The transcription of Khasi hills can be seen in the older sources particularly. Tribal people mostly inhabited the area of the Khasi range and there are several chieftains known as the Khasi hill states. Cherrapunji is the capital and is considered as the wettest land in the whole world. The Khasi region was divided into west Khasi hills and east Khasi hills on 26th October, 1970. Lum Shyllong is the highest peak and it’s altitude is 1968 mts.