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Top 6 Unusual Places To Visit In India

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India is a country where we can see various unique kinds of culture, religion, foods, clothes, style, climate, language, and landscape. When we talk about places, the first thing which comes to our mind is the regions and locations of the places. There are no boundaries for the regions of India, nor are there a set number of them. In somebody’s opinion, South India begins from just beneath Mumbai while Some say above it is North India. In other choices, there is North, South, East, and West India.

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Everything in this universe is judged Differently. The purpose and perspective differ from man to man. Like Idli and Dosa, the most famous South Indian food, is good and tasty for somebody but the same food is not delicious for someone with fewer spices. As many places in India are strange or mysterious or unusual for some travelers, the same places are very much adventurous for others. That doesn’t mean that unusual places are not interesting.

Best Weekend Destination in India

List of strange and unusual places to include in wish list for your weekend trip or vacation to visit in India.

Here’s a quick peek of the names:-
1. Roopkund in Uttarakhand
2. Rameshwaram in Tamil Nadu
3. Magnetic Hill in Ladakh
4. Shri Veerabhadra Temple Lepakshi in Andhra Pradesh
5. Chandipur Beach in Odisha
6. Great Banyan Tree in Kolkata Botanical Garden

1. Roopkund in Uttarakhand
Roopkund is a glacial lake that stands at 5029 m (16500ft.) height above sea level in the Indian Himalayas, surrounded by snowy fluffy mountains and rocky glaciers. Cool, but the real attraction here is what lies under the surface – around 600 to 800 human skeletons. Legend has it these are the remains of the Kannauj king and his attendants who perished in the 9th century. When the lake melts down the bones become exposed. So the high temperature in this climate is suitable to visit Roopkund for exploring the various strange things. If you’re planning to visit here, you have to trek from the Lohajang Pass and pass through several villages, glacial valleys, and mountain passes. It is considered as one of the most difficult treks in India.

2. Rameshwaram in Tamil Nadu
Rameshwaram is considered one of the most sacred places in India – it’s said that Lord Roma’s Vanara Sena constructed a floating stone bridge here across to Sri Lanka. The stones used in the construction had the name of Lord Rama inscribed on them and floated on the water. You can still see those floating stones if you visit Rameshwaram today. The favorable time to visit is winter.

3. Magnetic Hill in Ladakh
It is believed that this magnetic hill has some ability to pull cars uphill even when the engine is turned off. However, nothing is supernatural here, it’s nothing but science, but there is always something between it that attracts travelers. Instead, though the road looks like it’s on an incline, it is going downhill. It’s nothing but a visual delusion, but it is one of the most unusual experiences in India.

4. Shri Veerabhadra Temple Lepakshi in Andhra Pradesh
There are 70 pillars in this temple that have been dedicated to the great Lord Shiva – but among them, one stands out. Known as the hanging pillar, it seems like they have been suspended in the mid-air. If you ever come to Shri Veerabhadra Temple Lepakshi, never forget to pass a thin object underneath these pillars which are believed to bring some good luck to you.

5. Chandipur Beach in Odisha
If you’re looking for a completely different beach experience in India, Chandipur is your dream destination. There are some long stretches of beaches, which are known as the Hide and Seek Beach. You can find thousands of red cabs waiting for their prey on the beaches but if you try to catch them they will hide immediately inside the hole burrowed in the sand. If you want to witness as well as want to enjoy the high tide coming toward you within a matter of minutes this Chandipur beach is the ideal location. The best period to visit is during Mid-winter.

6. Great Banyan Tree in Kolkata
Botanical Garden
The Great Banyan Tree in the Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden is the oldest tree in India and the broadest in the world. It looks like a dense green forest from a certain distance so you can imagine how huge it is! Approximately the age of this immense tree is more than 250 years old with around 3,300 aerial roots spreading far and wide.


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