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Nearest train or metro stations are Rangoli Metro Art Center approx distance of 2 kms, srirampura metrostation approx distance of 5 kms,


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Unusual Mysterious Places You Can visit In India

Root Bridge of Cherrapunji :

The Living Bridge of Cherrapunji is made from the roots of the Ficus elastic tree. This tree can comfortably perch itself on huge boulders along the side of the river banks or in the middle of the river and sends its root down to the riverbed. This Living Bridge of Cherrapunja has become the most attractive place in India.


Karni Mata Temple :

>Is a famous Hindu Temple dedicated to Karni Mata at Deshnoke, 30km from Bikaner, in Rajasthan, India. It is also known as the Temple of Rats. The most intriguing aspect of the temple is the 20,000-odd rats that call this temple home. These holy rats are called, and many people travel great distances to pay their respects. The temple draws visitors from across the country for blessings, as well as curious tourists from around the world.


Kumbhalgarh- The Great Wall Of India :

Long overshadowed by its lengthier neighbor to the east, this is the second largest continuous wall on the planet. Some call it by the name of the fort it surrounds Kumbhalgarh. Others simply refer to it as. Yet bewilderingly, it is still little known outside its own region Situated in the state of Rajasthan in the west of India, work was begun by the local Maharana, Rana Kumbha in that year. It took over a century to construct the wall and it was later enlarged in the 19th century. It worked as a fort until that period, but is now a museum.


Lonar Crater Lake - Maharashtra :

Situated on the outskirts of Loanar town in Buldhana District, the Crater was first discovered in 1823 by, J.E. Alexander. It is also written about in ancient scripts like the Skanda Puran, the Padma Puran and the Aaina Akbari. It's become a great tourist attraction and it is best known for Trekking.


Bhangarh :

Bhangarh, a deserted town in Rajasthan, was established in 1613 by King Madho Singh, son of great Mughal general, Man Singh of Amber. was abandoned soon after being built and supposedly after it was cursed by a magician. In ignorance Ajab Singh, the grandson of Madho Singh, the palace to such a height that the shadow reached the forbidden place.


Great Banyan Tree - Kolkata :

The Great Banyan tree is over 250 years old and in the spread it is the largest known in India, perhaps in Asia. Located in Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose, Indian Botanic Garden, Howrah, near Kolkata, India. It was the widest tree in the world in terms of the area of the canopy and is estimated to be about 1200 to 1250 years old. It became diseased after it was struck by lightning, so in 1925 the middle of the tree was excised to keep the remaining healthy; this has left it as a clonal colony, rather than a single tree. A 330 meter long road was built around its circumference, but the tree continues to spread beyond it.


Om Banna (Bullet Baba) :

Is a shrine located in Pali district near Jodhpur, India, devoted to a deity in the form of a motorcycle. It is located 20 kilometers (12 mi) from Pali and 50 kilometers (31 mi) away from Jodphur on the Pali-Jodhpur highway, near Chotila village. The motorcycle is a 350cc Royal Enfield Bullet. In 1988, Om Banna (formerly known as Om Singh Rathore) was travelling from the town known as Bangdi near Sanderao of Pali to Chotila when he lost control of his motorcycle and struck a tree: Om Banna was killed instantly, his motorcycle falling into a nearby ditch. The morning after the accident, local police took the motorcycle to a nearby police station. The next day it was reported to have disappeared from the station and was found back at the site of the accident. Police, once again, took the motorcycle, this time emptying its fuel tank and putting it under lock and chain to prevent its removal. Despite their efforts, the next morning it again disappeared and was found at the accident site. Legend states that the motorcycle kept returning the same ditch. It thwarted every attempt by police to keep it at the local police station; the motorcycle was always returned to the same spot before dawn.


Uttarakhand - Valley Of Flowers :

Is an Indian national park, located in the Western Himalaya, in the state of Uttarakhand and is known for its meadows of endemic alpine flowers and the variety of flora. The Valley of Flowers is a high-altitude Himalayan valley that has long been acknowledged by renowned mountaineers, botanists, and in literature. It has been recognized internationally for over a century and is referenced in the Hindu religion. Local people have visited the valley since ancient times. Our yogis are known to have visited the valley for meditation. The Valley of Flowers has many different colored flowers, taking on various shades of colors as time progressed. The valley was declared a national park in 1982 and now it is a World Heritage Site.


Loktak The Floating Island, Manipur :

The largest freshwater lake in North -East India, also called the only Floating lake in the world due to the floating phumdis on it, is located near Moirang in Manipur state, India. The Central Zone is the main open water zone of the lake, which was relatively free from phumdis in the past, but over the years, villagers have constructed artificially created phumdis for fishing, called 'athaphums'. These have proliferated choking the entire lake. The Lamjao National Park lies in the southern zone.


Floating Stone Of Ram Setu Bridge - Rameswaram :

The Central Zone is the main open water zone of the lake, which was relatively free from phumdis in the past, but over the years, villagers have constructed artificially created phumdis for fishing, called 'athaphums'. These have proliferated choking the entire lake. The Lamjao National Park lies in the southern zone The Central Zone is the main open water zone of the lake, which was relatively free from phumdis in the past, but over the years villagers have constructed artificially created phumdis for fishing, called 'athaphums'. These have proliferated choking the entire lake. The Keibul Lamjao National Park lies in the southern zone.


Roopkund - The Mysterious Skeleton Lake :

Roopkund (locally known as Mystery Lake) is a high altitude glacial lake in Uttarakhand state of India, lies in the lap of Trishul massif and famous due to hundreds of human skeletons found at the edge of the lake. The location is uninhabited and is located in Himalaya at an altitude of about 5,029 meters (16,499 feet). The lake is surrounded by rock-strewn glaciers and snow clad mountains, making it a good trekking destination. A shallow lake, having a depth of about 2 meters, Roopkund has attracted attention by having human skeletal remains easily visible at its bottom when snow melts. There are many theories and opinions, from purely spiritual to purely scientific ones, which explain the existence of these skeletons, which date back to the 9th century CE. Because of these skeletons, the lake is also sometimes called as a Skeleton lake in recent times.


Jatinga :

A village on a ridge, is located in Dima Hasao District, Assam State in India. It is 330 km south of Guwahati. It is most famous for the phenomenon of birds “committing suicide”. Although the birds do not commit suicide and are actually killed, the phenomenon of suicide has spread far and wide among common people. The village is inhabited by about 2,500 Khasi-tribal people and few Dimasa people. At the end of monsoon months, especially on moonless and foggy dark nights between 6 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., birds are disturbed by the locals and they are attracted to lights. These dazed birds are captured using bamboo poles by the locals. The local tribes first took this natural phenomenon to be spirits flying from the sky to terrorize them. This phenomenon is not confined to a single species, with Tiger Bittern, Black Bittern, Little Egret, Pond Heron, Indian Pitta and Kingfishers all being affected.


Balancing Rock of Mahabalipuram :

Situated on a hill slope near the Ganesh Ratha is a massive natural rock boulder in a shape of huge ball, precariously balancing on a smooth slope. Known as Krishna's butterball, this colossal boulder, which is about five meters in diameter, is perilously resting at an angle of 45 degrees. The rock boulder is surrounded by lush greenery that immediately has a calming effect on one's senses.This huge rock boulder is quite popular with locals and tourists alike as it makes for an interesting backdrop for some whacky photographs. Brave-hearts may sit under the cool shade of the rock and can have their photographs taken. One of the most common sights is for visitors placing hands under the stone posing for pictures, which looks as though they are holding it. Children can enjoy sliding down the hillside as it is a great natural slide.


Houses Without Doors - Shani Shingnapur :

Shani Shingnapur, a small village in western India, is novel in that not a single house, hotel or structure has doors. Nilima Pathak finds that it is attracting thousands of visitors from across the country. The police officers in Shani Shingnapur should be a happy lot. After all, it's the only village in India that has been able to boast a near-zero crime rate not just for the past 10 or 20 years but for several centuries. Barely five thefts have been reported at the local police station since it was set up some 15 years ago.


Magnetic Hill - Ladakh :

Is a so called "gravity hill" located near Leh in Ladakh, India. The hill is mistakenly characterized as having extreme magnetic properties which are strong enough to pull cars uphill and force passing aircraft to increase their altitude in order to escape magnetic interference. This is likely based on the illusion that some people see objects which appear to roll up a hill. In reality, this is purely an optical effect caused by the specific layout of hills .The magnet Hill is located on the Leh-Kargil-Srinagar national highway, about 30 km from Leh, at a height of 11,000 feet above sea level. On its south side flows the Indus, which originates in Tibet and goes to Pakistan. The magnetic hill has become a popular stop for domestic tourists on car journeys.


Handprints In Mehrangarh Fort - Rajasthan :

The entrance to the imposing Mehrangarh Fort is guarded by a series of seven famous gates. To the left of innermost gate, Loha Pol, or "Iron Gate", are 15 small handprints left by the wives of the maharaja before they immolated themselves on his funeral pyre. Known as marks, the gilded handprints most likely date back to the 1843 death of Maharaja Man Singh.


Phuktal Monastery :

One of the most isolated monastery in Zanskar region in Ladakh district of Jammu and Kashmir, the 12th century Phuktal Gompa stands at the mouth of a lateral gorge of the Lungnak or Lingti-Tsarap River. From a distance, the monastery looks like a honeycomb. The name Phutkal means cave in the local language. It was founded by Gangsem Sherap Sampo, a Tibetan Buddhist guru. The monastery is home to about 70 monks and is one of the holiest places of pilgrimage for Tibetan Buddhists. Though it was constructed in 12th century, it was hidden treasure for many until Hungarian Alexander Cosmo de Koros visited the place and stayed between the periods of 1826-27. The monastery made up of mud and wood, has four prayer rooms and a library. Frescoes and ceiling decorate the old chapel and are popular with tourists. Trekking is the only means to reach the monastery, which has ensured it remained isolated and cut off from the rest of the region.


Gue Village Mummy - Sangha Tenzin :

Gue is a high altitude village in Spiti Valley on the way to Kaza. The small, sleepy, indiscreet village at an altitude of almost 3000 meters houses India's only known mummy preserved naturally. The village is located deep in the valley. Just three kilometers ahead of Sumdoh towards Tabo is a diversion towards Gue. The village is another 20 kilometers from there. Mummy is housed in a temple on a small hilltop at the end of the village. Temple normally remains locked and one has to search for the keys at the neighborhood, down in the village. There is a big temple under construction close to current temple.

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