Most Mysterious Places In India

Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan 

"Complete with a notice board by the Archaeological Survey of India forbidding tourists from entering the place after sunset. the fort is, without doubt, India’s most mysterious place."

The Abandoned Village of Kuldhara, Rajasthan

"Descendants of a tribe that had lived there for more than 5 centuries, Kuldhara was suddenly abandoned one night by its entire population"

The Jal Mahal, Jaipur

"known about this structure which has no chambers but a pavilion and a terrace garden."

The Skeleton Lake, Roopkund, Uttarakhand

"Roopkund is better known as the skeleton lake because of the grisly remains it encompasses. Strewn about the shores and even inside the lake, visible when it is not frozen, are the skeletons and bones of numerous people, some with the flesh still attached and preserved."

Kodinhi, Kerala – The Town of Twins

" The strange part is that the village is quite well-known for the number of twin births. About three generations ago, the women of the village started giving birth to twins, a lot of twins, and almost always identical."

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