12 Strange Places You dont Believe Exist In India

12 Strange Places You dont Believe Exist In India

April 21, 2018

From a town without ways to a place that is known for snakes, here are some Strange, odd and excellent spots one can find only in India, if you are an adventurous person then you should Visit this beautiful places in India. 

Village without Doors - Shani Shingnapur, Maharashtra 

Shani Shingnapur is known for its prominent Shani Temple. This town has never seen any wrongdoing, and that is ascribed to the gifts of Shani Dev. The town has no door jambs and secures homes. Observing the close to zero wrongdoing rate, the UCO Bank has likewise opened a 'secure less' branch this town, the first-of-its-kind in India. 

Taj Replica - Bibi Ka Maqbara, Aurangabad 

Did you realize that you could discover another Taj Mahal in India? After a visit to Aurangabad, only a couple of hours from the clamoring city of Mumbai, set your eyes on the lesser-known 'Smaller than expected Taj' or Bibi Ka Maqbara. Ruler Azam Shah manufactured the landmark for his mom. 

Mummy of Sangha Tenzing - Gue Village, Spiti 

In the event that you thought mummies were just found in Egypt, reconsider. In a little town called Gue, in Himachal's Spiti region, lays the astoundingly all around safeguarded 500-year-old mummy of Sangha Tenzing, a Buddhist priest from Tibet. It was found in a sitting position, with his skin and hair in place. 

Hanging Pillar - Lepakshi, Andhra Pradesh 

It is situated close Hindupur in Andhra Pradesh and is 120 km from Bangalore. We went on an end of the week outing to Lepakshi for touring - the sanctuary with the work of art on the rooftop; the hanging columns, the support of Sita, the Nandi symbol and Shivalinga are attractions at this place." 

Place where there is Snakes - Shetpal, Maharashtra 

Shetpal in Sholapur region is known for wind revere. Each house in this town has a resting place for cobras in the rafters of their roofs. No instances of snake chomps have been accounted for in this town in spite of snakes moving about unreservedly in each family unit.

- guide by Chandan prasad (updated on 18th  oct  2017)