Tambor Lyndoh is accorded the Eastern Himalayan Conservation Award for his contribution towards socio-economic development of forest fringe communities of Mawphlang, Meghalaya. A true Earth Hero of the Eastern Himalayas, he has successfully erected monoliths in Bhopal similar to the ones in Mawphlang Grove. The Award was presented by Prof. Sunayana Sarkar, NMIMS
Mister Lyndoh’s humble nature, allowed him to build a rapport with communities at the grassroot level. He has provided a helping hand to over 30 researchers, both in India and abroad. As a prominent figure in the Tourism and Conservation department of the Mawphlang, Meghalaya – his omnipresence has led to the cultural and educational development of the communities within these forested regions. Most interestingly, he took the initiative to help settle the office protocol in order with the consent of the Cabinet of Lyndoh and Myntri. Another one of his achievements include the erection of a monolith in Bhopal, similar to that of the monoliths in Mawphlang Grove, thus establishing his region and representing the Eastern Himalayan region of India. Currently, he has been chosen to be a member of the Expert Committee Meghalaya Biodiversity Board and the Asian REDD working group.