11 Most Mysterious Places In India You Never Heard
Incredible India… It’s surely the perfect tagline for India Tourism.
India is the most mysterious country in the world and you could not find these things happen any where rather than India. Whether it is about Culture, Tradition, Historical Monuments or Luxury Hotels, India grabs the top-notch position for travellers who want to visit places that will blow their mind.
Here we have listed “11 most mysterious places in India you never heard “
1. Lake of Skeletons AKA Roopkund Lake, Chamoli, Uttarakhand
Roopkund Lake Glacier Lake located at a height of 16,500 feet, it is the most mysterious lake all over the world, and it has a historical background that will leave you shocked.
Around 500 skeletons can be seen on the surface of the frozen Roopkund lake every year when the ice melts at this mysterious place in India.
Local people say that these skeletons belong to the king and queen of Kanauj, who were going on a pilgrimage died in the lake due to hailstorm.
2. Temple of Rats AKA Karni Mata Mandir at Rajasthan
The temple is famous because of huge amount rats roaming over there. The Karni Mata temple is located at Deshnoke 30 Km far away from Bikaner in Rajasthan.
The temple has about 20,000 rats who are worshipped because it is believed that these family members of Karni Mata.
3. Giant Hanging Pillar — Lepakshi, Andhra Pradesh
The small historical village of Lepakshi is known for its architecture and paintings.
This Lord Shiva temple is among the most mysterious places in India, comprising this floating pillar.
Here Amongst the 70 pillars of the temple, one hangs without any support.Tourist who comes here usually verifies it by passing any object under the pillar.
4. The Twin Town- Kodinhi (Kerala)
Kodinhi village located in Kerala is well known as Twin Town due to its large number of twin pairs.
Kodinhi village only have population of 2000 people in which there is 350 identical twin pairs. This is a huge ratio as 6 pairs of twins in every 1000 births is considered a high twinning rate and this village has over 42 twins per 1000 births.
5. Magnetic Hill, Leh, Ladakh
The nature has gifted a mere beauty to Ladakh, Beautiful Hill at Ladakh are considered as one the most beautiful place in India. The Magnetic Hill, located at an altitude of 11,000 feet above sea level is one of the most unusual places to visit in India.
Hills are located at 11,000 feet above sea level is one of the Must visit place in India. It Is said that this hill has magnetic power that can pull a car towards itself even when the engine is off.
This exciting process is actually an effect of optical illusion resulting from the hill’s gravitational pull.
6. Red Rain — Idukki, Kerala
Idduki is well known for a weird phenomenon called ‘Red Rain’. The first time it happened was in 1818, Idukki has been classified a ‘Red Region’.
Some believes that the death of innocent people turns the rain into red.Scientist yet to find a proper reason of this kind of rain.
7. Sulabh International Museum of Toilets — New Delhi
The Toilet Museum is located in Delhi and it is dedicated to the global history of sanitation and toilets.The museum is one of the weirdest museums among the “10 museums around the world that are anything but mundane”
It has a rare collection of facts, pictures and objects detailing the historic evolution of toilets from 2500 BC to date
8. Door Less Houses at Shani Shignapur
Shani Shingnapur, is located 35 kms away from Ahmednagar, is known for its Shani temple. But that’s not the only thing that is famous about this village. At Shani Shignapur, No houses, schools, and even commercial premises in have a door. Also surprisingly there is not even a single crime reported.
Local People says that this has blessings of Shani Dev under who had zero crime rate under his royal doings. Uco bank has opened a lock less branch, at Shani Shignapur, which is one of a kind in India.
9. The Never Ending Flame of Jwala Ji Temple — Kangra, Himachal Pradesh
Jwala Ji temple is a holy shrine located in lower region of Himalayas in Kangra district, The Mystery: The central pit of hollowed stone inside this shrine holds a flame that has been burning endlessly for over a 100 years. Scientifically it is due to natural gases like methane under its surface.
10. Bullet Baba Shrine — The Motorcycle God, Bandai, Rajasthan
Here people worship a motorcycle.
It is believed that a man named Om Singh Rathore, aka Om Banna, had died at this spot in a accident while riding back home on his bullet. A bunch of unusual activities happened thereafter. After accident police has taken bike and binds it with a heavy chain, but bike came on the same place again, the locals built a temple around this bike, which is now listed among the most mysterious places in India owing to the story behind it.
11. Birds Suicidal Place in Jatinga, Assam
At this village every year between September and October, during dark and foggy nights, numbers of migratory birds flying over the village crash themselves with trees and buildings, leading to death. It is one of the unsolved mysteries of the world why the birds die in this way.
These are the 11 Most Mysterious Places In India You Never Heard. To see the whole Incredible India you had to take a rebirth. If you know of any more weird places in India? Let us know at email@example.com. Don’t forget to share this with your friends too to see their surprising reactions!
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