India is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. The country is blessed with a large number of beautiful, interesting, unusual and weird places to enjoy the beauty of nature. There are countless weirdest places in India which you should definitely visit once in your life to enjoy the real beauty of nature.
7 Unusual and Weirdest Places in India You Should Definitely Visit Once in Your Life
1. Bhangarh Fort – Most Haunted Place in India
Bhangarh Fort is considered the most haunted place in India according to many experts. Visitors are banned after evening in the fort area by the Archaeological Survey of India. Many visitors have felt the strange feelings in the fort area according to media reports. It is also considered as one of the weirdest places in India.
2. Living Roots Bridge, Cherrapunji – Meghalaya
Living Roots Bridge is one of the wonders of the ancient India. In today’s world, people build bridges but in the Khasis of Meghalaya, they grow bridges for their routine transportation. Many living roots bridges are older than 500 years. Some of these bridges are more than a hundred feet long.
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3. Shani Shignapur, Maharashtra – Houses Without Doors
Shani Shignapur is an unique village located 35 kms from Ahmednagar in the state of Maharashtra. The village is one of the most popular villages in India due to its houses. Most of us have doors for our protection from theives as well as animals but in Shani Shignapur, there are no doors in all houses. They have faith in god and the village never witnessed any crime.
4. Karni Mata Temple, Deshnok, Rajasthan – Temple of Rats
Karni Mata Temple, an unique temple of rats, is located just 30 kms from Bikaner. The temple is home to over 20,000 rats. These rats are worshipped because it is believed that they are reincarnated family members of Karni Mata. It is one of the weirdest places in India.
5. Shetpal, Maharashtra – Sankes in every household
Shetpal is another unique village in the state of Maharashtra. The village is a popular place because people worship snakes. Each house in this village has a resting place for snakes. In Shetpal, snakes roam freely in every household without any fear.
6. New Lucky Restaurant, Ahmedabad – A Restuarant with graves
An unique restuarant is located in the city of Ahmedabad, namely, New Lucky Restaurant. It is located in the heart of the city and restaurant was built in the old graves. These graves are belongs to a 16th CE Sufi saint. This coffee house is built on a centuries-old Muslim cemetery.
7. Jatinga, Assam – Mass Bird Suicide Centre
Have you ever seen birds have committed or committing suicide in mass? A place in the state of Assam, namely, Jatinga have witnessed mass bird suicide. Between September and October, a large number of birds fly in their full speed but crashing to death towards trees and buildings. It is one of the most popular unsolved mysteries in the world. It is also considered as one of the weirdest places in India.
Article first published on May 28, 2015.