Some Bizarre Places in India to Make Your Trip More Thrilling

When it comes to traveling in India, you will never do complaint of boredom. This is the only one country that is filled to cleaving with lots of fun experiences and some of which are totally on the weird.

Since India is soaked in superstition; there are a couple of things that may look strange to a non-residential citizen. However, there are also fun & quirky destinations that you will see when you choose to travel in India. The Taj Mahal and Amer Fort are all definite must visit places but those destinations are visited everybody in India. So, why not some unusual places to explore?

 

Scroll on to read the some strange places in India:

Karani Mata Rat Temple in Rajasthan

There is a temple situated in Deshnoke, Rajasthan that is filled with over 20,000 rats and lap at bowls of milk laid out for them. Many people offer sweets, milk, and candy to these rats. The adorers believe that rats are descents of the Goddess Karani Mata. If you keep stepping on a rat and hurt it then you have to purchase a silver/gold rat statue and offer it to the temple, as reparation for your sin and if you see a ‘White Rat’ then it is a symbol to come good luck in your life. Visit this fascinating place with your Rajasthan tour packages India.

Karani Mata Rat Temple in Rajasthan

 

Jal Mahal (The Floating Palace), Jaipur

This place is situated right in the middle of Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur and has been abandoned for the era now. This place has been built as a summer retreat for the Royals. The strange thing about this place is that it actually has 5 stories in which 4 of them being submerged in the lake. No one knows that how the fort came to be submerged in lake. However, this makes for a hauntingly attractive experience. You can book Rajasthan tour packages to view this submerged palace up close in peace.

Jal Mahal (The Floating Palace), Jaipur

 

Lucky Restaurant in Ahmedabad

This experience in Ahmedabad is a dangerously strange one. At this Lucky restaurant, you can literally dine beside the dead person. We are not kidding. This is situated in the Lal Darwaza region and has been made in the place of a cemetery. Leaving the place of graves, owner of this restaurant made iron bars around them and every morning, the staff cleans all the graves and decorates them with fresh flowers. Taking lunch or dinner here will surely be an unforgettable experience.

 Lucky Restaurant in Ahmedabad

 

The Floating Stones at Rameswaram

There is a strange story behind the floating stone in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu.  People say that these floating stones that connect the India to Sri Lanka are ruins of the ‘Ram-Setu’ bridge that has been written about in the famous epic “Ramayana”. What is more interesting is that these inexplicable floating stones are also found in many places within Rameswaram too. Plan to travel this holy city with religious pilgrimage tour packages India.

The Floating Stones at Rameswaram

 Magnetic Hill in Ladakh

This magnetic hill will come across on your way to Leh. You can include this place in your hill station tour packages. It is situated about 11,000 feet above the sea level and is renowned to have magnetic powers that can pull your vehicle towards it. Actually, this is all due to a visual illusion which is created by the gravity of course but it is a thrilling and strange experience.

Magnetic Hill in Ladakh

 

Bull Surfing in Kerala

This is not at all like the large bull race of Spain. Bull surfing is a water-sport held in Kerala after the harvest time. 2 bulls will allege down a paddy field through the unclean mud with a person hanging onto a board or to the tails of the bulls. All 3 are drenched with water by the time they are finished. It looks surely be a bizarre and exciting thing.

Bull Surfing in Kerala

Kumari Sujata

Hi, I am Kumari Sujata. I have been writing experience in travel field around the world for the last 6 years as a blogger, and digital marketer. Adventure travel & photography are my passions. Let me inspire you to travel more with photography, crazy stories, and useful travel tips from my journey.

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