Strangest ten places in India!

Incredible India! That’s what we rightly call our motherland with. It’s cent percent true on account of it’s historical heritage and cultural inheritance. India has been a subject of intrigue and curiosity for the world for centuries now. Initially known as the golden sparrow, it attracted lots of foreign powers and dynasties to reign it and leave vast and varied cultural shadows behind which eventually got nurtured in it’s own native values!
Although there have been innumerable researches about each states and cities of India and most of them are world famous too. But, there are several few corners those are still hidden from many curious eyes and minds and have incredible history and importance about them that will leave you bewildered thinking can this really be for real? Yes, let’s explore the most incredible, unexplored m, offbeat destinations of India which are still waiting to hit the pages of publicity!

The Roopkand Skeleton lake

The Himalayas, an important part of India that prides to be one othe beautiful destinations of the world is quite famous! But, very few know that there is a lake full of skeletons on it’s edge at the Himalayas! Yes, it’s incredibly true! The Roopkand Skeleton lake of Roopkand has got hundreds of skeletons found at the edge of it and some of them are preserved even today at the same place.

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People out there believe in the myth that it’s a blown or drowned dynasty by a curse from some great saint or leader!

Malana – The little Greece

You will be surprised to know that there is a small town of only 100 houses at Himachal Pradesh near Kullu, which is separated and alienated from India. The people there follow their own constitution and have been one of the first democracies of the world. The natives here believe that thier ancestors are the descendents of Alexander the great and there these Greek resembling people think themselves quite superior to others.

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This place is isolated from rest of the states and cities but is a beauty to see otherwise!

Hot water showers at Vajeshwari Temple

Maharashtra, the most advanced state of India where population increases in thousands daily and major devolupment takes place, has this strange temple or a place surrounding that temple which follows this orthodox myth so proudly! The Vajeshwari Temple at Virar, 72 kms from Mumbai, have got this hot water showers near the famous Vajeshwari temple, that attracts loads of devotees and other curious people to try out the naturally hot water that comes out of the showers and is said to be a medicine or cure for any ailments !

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I don’t know exactly if it cures the ailments, But yes, there are natural hot water showers here. How do they come naturally is a reason yet to be discovered!

Lifting of heavy rock at Pune with just fingers!

And when you come a little further from Mumbai, near Pune at Maharashtra, is a religious place or a shrine where 11 people can daily lift a huge rock by chanting religions words by using only a single finger per person. They don’t use any other physical force, just thier eleven fingers together can lift a huge rock.

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They seem to think it’s because of the blessing of the religious person that this rock can be lifted with such ease!

The quitiest village of India.

The Andretta village, a tiny little village with an Italian name is 14 kms South of Palampur is an incredibly sleepy village! The quietness of this village is really charismatic and enchanting with an impressive wide panorama of hoarny mountains around!

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Visit this place for a refreshing time with the mother nature at it’s simple best!

The valley of flowers at Uttaranchal

This valley of flowers at Uttaranchal is another enchanting place that prides in having a huge collection of different nature’s best gift, flowers. Beautiful flowers like orchids, popples, primulas etc. and even more variety that together makes a beautiful scene fit to impress anyone!

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The doorless town at Maharashtra

The Shani shignapur town at Maharashtra 35 kms from Ahmednagar has this strange practise of door less houses. There are no doors in any house in the whole village, yet, there have been no cases of crime or robbery in the entire area for centuries.

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Strolling land of snakes

Shetpal, also called as a strolling land of snakes near Solapur, Maharashtra is another unique place which prides of having a resting place of live cobras in their cielings.

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Another astonishing thing about this place is that there are no cases of cobra bites recorded though there are innumerable cobras live roaming around all over the village.

The haunted village of Rajasthan

Rajasthan, the desert place of India, consists of this strange place Bhangarh, at the Alwar district, which is haunted! Yes, it’s the weirdest place of India because the whole town has got only forests and remains of old qilas. The entry to this town is strictly prohibited by the government after sunset.

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The natives here believe that due to the curse of Guru Bala Nath, this whole town was vacanted in a single night.

The hide and seek beach of Orissa

Last, but not the least, the hide and seek beach of Orissa is where the water vanishes in front of your eyes and comes back again from the sea shore! The view is breathtaking yet distinct.

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At low tide the water records as much as 5kms and comes back to the shore at the time of high tide.

These are the ten most unique, offbeat yet must visit destinations in our incredible India which calls for attention of all curious travell freaks to come and take a look!
So, if you are planning a unique adventurous trip this time, do visit these places and experience pleasant, haunted, strange and amazing novelties!
Do comment below if you find these intriguing places interesting and this blog helpful!

11 Comments Add yours

  1. Meena says:

    I really liked this post. Except for 2/3 places, I have never heard of the rest of the places. How mysterious is my India!

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  2. Kalpana says:

    Very nice blog post – most of the strange places were new to me and I enjoyed finding out about them.
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  3. SeemaMisra says:

    Enjoyed reading about these offbeat places. I’ve been to beach in Orissa … It’s amazing. When the sea recedes you can see grass on land and cows grazing and ships on land. In a while it becomes coved with sea waves 🙂

    We’ll written and researched article.

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  4. syncwithdeep says:

    have not been to orissa although i spent most of my childhood and teenage calcutta. one of my bucket list to visit.

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  5. Pr@Gun says:

    Wow India is undoubtedly incredible.
    Have been to 3 places all others are in list now. Thanks for sharing

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  6. Firstly I never knew about this- Roopkund, the Skeleton Lake of India. It is rather unnerving to stand over a lake and see a huge pile of skulls and bones tangled up under the water’s surface. I am now left wondering who are they, and most importantly how they got here in the first place, for this lake is 16000 feet above sea level with nothing but ice peaks and frozen glaciers. I googled it after I read its mention in your post and came to know it’s a death pit full of skeletons and not just that, but hair, nails, spears, knives, and jewelry, preserved by the frost as if it was only a few years since these souls met their demise and mysteriously found their way to the bottom of this lake.

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    1. Yes, some of these places aee quite eerie

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  7. Wonderful Post, Saba. India is really incredible! Found some unknown travel destination. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks a lot for checking .

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