Sunday, 7 February 2016

5 Most Unbelivable & Mystrious Place in India

Magnetic Hill, Ladakh

Magnetic Hill is also called as a gravity hill located in leh-ladakh, India. At an altitude of 14000 feet above the sea level, This Hill is one of the best and amazing things to see on the way to Leh. It is well-known for its mystrious magnetic power which can pull a car towards itself also when the engine is off. It also force aircraft to increase their altitude in order to escape magnetic interference on this magnetic point. This magnetic hill is located on the Leh-Kargil-Batalik national highway. It is a great experience to see, but in real case, it is only an optical illusion caused by gravity hill.

Village Without Doors - Shani Shignapur, Maharashtra

Shani Dev Temple" (CC BY 2.0) by TenSafeFrogs
Shani Shinagpur village is well known for its Shani dev temple. It also famous for the houses in the village, which has without any doors, only door frames. Despite this, The villagers in shinagpur has never reported any theft or crime and that is possible, because of the blessings of god Shani Dev. The villagers in shinagpur have full faith in their god, They believe, the god Shani punishes anyone who attempting theft. That's why homes and buildings in shinagpur village has without any doors. In January 2011, the United Commercial Bank (UCO), has also opened a 'lock-less' branch in shinagpur village, it is the first branch of its kind in India.

Temple Of Rats - Karni Mata Temple, Rajasthan

Deshnoke, Karni Mata Temple, rats" (CC BY 2.0) byArian Zwegers
The karni mata temple is located in a small town called Deshnok, 30 kms from Bikaner in rajasthan. This temple is dedicated to Goddess Karni, who is regarded as the incarnation of Maa Durga. The karni mata temple is famous for the approximately 20,000 rats (which also called as kaba's) live in the temple. Yes, it is a home of more than 20,000 rats (kaba's). These rats are protected and worshipped because, it believed that they are family members of Karni Mata. White mice are revered more because they are considered to be especially holy, because they are believed to be the manifestations of Karni Mata and her four sons. You can easily reach to Karni Mata temple by regular buses from Jodhpur and bikaner.

Land of Snakes - Shetpal, Maharashtra

Sunlit Snake" (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Furryscaly
Shetpal village is located in the mohol taluka of Sholapur district in Maharashtra state,India. It is most popularly known for the snake's worship. Local people in shetpal village believe the deity has the power to cure snake bites. Each house in shetpal village has a resting place for most dangerous snakes ''Cobras" in the rafters of their ceilings. Yes! Its looking strange but true, not even single cases of snake bites have been reported in this village till date. A place that is sure to give you an amazing experience, Shetpal is a must visit destination for travelers in India.

World's Highest Tea Estate - Kolukkumalai, Tamil Nadu

Kolukkumalai" (CC BY 2.0) by Earth-Bound Misfit, I
Kolukkumalai Tea Estate is the highest tea estate in the world located 38 km from Munnar. It is about one and a half hour journey from the Munnar town. The hill-top is accessible only by jeep. This tea estate is towering at a height of 7900 feet above sea level, It is the highest tea plantations in the world with the tea grown here and possessing a unique flavour and freshness because of the high altitude. Kolukkumalai Tea Estate is heralded by beautiful mountains on all sides. It's very difficult to decide which is more breath-taking. The beautiful hilly landscape or the flavourful teas produced here.


Here are some name of other places.

  • Twins towns - Kodinhi (in Kerala) and Umri (Allahabad) - the towns of twins people
  • India's Highest waterfall - Nohkalikai Falls, Meghalaya - It is named after the tragic tale of a woman called Ka Likai.
  • Hanging Pillar - Lepakshi, Andhra Pradesh
  • The Motorcycle God (Bullet Baba Shrine) - Bandai, Rajasthan.
  • Half-Sized Taj (Bibi Ka Maqbara) - Aurangabad.
  • Living Roots Bridge - Cherrapunji, Meghalaya.
  • Dog Temple - Channapatna, Karnataka.
  • Floating Stones - Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu.

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