On your way to the sulphur spring at Jakrem village in West Khasi Hills, you will come across a small hamlet, by name Tyrsad, barely 39 kms from Shillong. About a kilometre before you reach this village, if you look to your left at the gentle stream below, you will see a white stone shaped exactly like a human heart with a small depression near the top. Local villagers call this ‘Mawjingieiet’ or the stone heart.
Atop a hill near the Eco-Adventure Camp in Sohliya village, you can see the 3 religious hills of the Khasis at once. It's a unique sight -the Lum Sohpetbneng to your left, the Blei Shyllong Peak in the middle and to your right, the Diengiei Peak. Also, atop Lum Sohpetbeneg is the sanctom sanctorum of the Seng Khasis. A little below is the Mai Parbot temple, younger sister of Kamakya temple in Guwahati and the Shiv mandir.