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Top 10 Exotic and Bizarre Places to visit in India


India is filled with awesome scenery and awesome places. If you are a wanderer at heart you surely love to travel and explore new places.  Here we have put together a list of some of the most exotic and unknown places in India that you should visit.



1. Lonar crater lake , Maharashtra

A lake created by a meteor impact approximately 50,000 years ago. It is World's third largest crater lake.  
Lonar crater lake


2. Loktak lake , Manipur

 You can say it is a floating lake. Situated in Manipur it is the only lake with such unique quality. 
Loktak lake

3. Majuli river island , Assam

The biggest stream island on the planet with a region of with a territory of 1250 sq-km.The island is shaped by the Brahmaputra River. 
Majuli river island

   
4. Roopkund lake, Uttarakhand

Roopkund is another mysterious place in India. It is located in Uttarakhand and you can also find skeletons near the lake when ice melts. 
Roopkund lake, Uttarakhand

It is believed to be of pilgrims who got trapped. Roopkund is also located near Nanda Devi. It is also good for trekking and many people come to experience it.

5. Rann of Kutch, Gujarat

This is very well-known tourist destinations in Gujrat. It is submerged during monsoon but is a treat during other seasons. 
Rann of Kutch ,Gujarat
Rann of Kutch ,Gujarataption


6. Bhangarh fort, Rajasthan
 It is the most haunted place in India and no one is allowed to visit this place after dark.
Bhangarh fort, Rajasthan


7. Karni mata temple

Karni Mata, avatar of Durga, this temple is located in Rajsthan. This temple has one fascinating thing going on with it. There are a lot of rats there and people share food with them and eat what rats have eaten.
Karni mata temple



8. Khardungla Pass

Khardungla pass in ladakh is one of the highest motorable roads in the world at an elevation of 5359m. It is the dream of many bikers to ride their bike over the Khardungla.
           
Khardungla Pass


9. Dhanushkodi


This spot has the main land fringe among India and Sri Lanka , which is one of the littlest on the planet only 45 meters in length. 
Dhanushkodi

Another fascinating actuality about this spot is that it lies between the intersection of sound of Bengal and Indian sea. A violent wind in 1964 pulverized this spot and from that point forward this spot is uninhabited and is known as 'Phantom town'.

10. Sunderbans

Sunderbans is one of the largest mangrove forests in the world. It is also one of the world’s largest delta.


So here you have it. All the exotic places in India you should visit at least once to experience there uniqueness.

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