Shillong Teer is a Meghalaya lottery game that is extremely popular. Those interested in participating in this archery-based lottery can check the results for the first and second rounds at 04:00 pm and 05:00 pm, respectively, on the Meghalaya Teer website, meghalayateer.com. On March 29, i.e. Monday, the lucky numbers for the first and second rounds were 40 and 64, respectively. This game is governed by the Meghalaya Amusement and Betting (Amendment) Act, 1982.
When is the Shillong Teer Lottery held, and where is it held?
The Polo Ground in Shillong hosts this archery-based lottery. The Khasi Hills Archery Sports Organisation (a group of 12 archery clubs) runs this lottery from Monday to Saturday.
How do you join the Shillong Teer lottery?
The number of arrows that reach the targets determines the Shillong Teer result. In the first round, archers can fire a maximum of 30 arrows each, and in the second round, they can shoot a maximum of 20 arrows each. The size of the captured target must be between 61cm and 102cm in height and 66cm and 127cm in circumference. Between 15.21 metres and 30.48 metres must be the distance between the shooters and the target.
The expense of a Shillong Teer lottery ticket
Those interested can buy tickets online via the Meghalaya Teer website or at ticket counters throughout the state. A single Shillong Teer ticket costs anywhere from Rs 1 to Rs 100.
In Meghalaya, there are lottery games focused on archery.
Apart from Shillong Teer, archery-based lottery games such as Jowai Teer, Khanapara Teer, and Ladrymbai Teer are very common in Meghalaya.