Friday, September 17, 2021

7 Mysterious Facts About The Unscallable & Sacred Mount Kailash

Mount Kailash
Mount Kailash is popular as the 'Abode Of Shiva' in Hinduism. The mountain is considered sacred in several other religions including Buddhism, Jainism and by Bons. But researchers say it not a natural mountain but a Pyramid made by supernatural humans that make it...

Mystery Village Of Malana, HP That Has Its Own Greek Style Government & Judicial System

Malana Village HP
The Malana village of Himachal is most popular for its recreational drug 'Malana cream'. But the mysterious village is about a lot more than this. Malana is one of the world's oldest democracies. The secluded village with only 100 houses has cut itself away...

Fun Facts: Panama Canal, Only Place Where You Can See Sun Rise In Pacific & Set In Atlantic

The Panama Canal
Panama Canal is one of the largest manmade canals in the world. The 82-km long waterway connects the Atlantic Ocean with the Pacific Ocean. The Panama canal makes a popular tourist attraction among travel enthusiast. Here are a few interesting facts about the Canal...

The Rann Of Kutch – One Of The World’s Largest Salt Deserts

Rann Of Kutch Gujarat
A beautiful stretch of the Thar desert, Rann of Kutch is the largest salt desert in India. Most part of it is located in India's Kutch in Gujarat while a little of it lies in the Sindh province of Pakistan. Rann means 'salt marshes', the...

Eternal Flame Falls Of New York – A Mysterious Fire That Even Water Can’t Put Off

Eternal Flame Falls New York
Located in the Shale Creek Preserve area near the Chestnut Ridge Park in New York, Eternal Flame Falls is one of the most mysterious places around the world. At the base of the waterfall, a small opening for craven can be spotted. It is...

Cyprus To Bear The Cost For Tourists Who Test Positive For COVID-19 While Holidaying There

Cyprus Post COVID-19
The governments across the globe are planning to resume the halted tourism in their respective countries. Many like Japan are also coming up with exciting schemes to boost tourism in their country post-COVID-19 pandemic. Joining the league of Japan is the Eastern Mediterranean island country...

The Twin Town Of Kerala – Kodhini That Has 400 Pairs Of Twins!

Twin Town Kerala
Kodhini is a popular tourist attraction in Kerala that is well-known as 'Twin Town'. The village has over 400 pairs of twins. The unusual phenomenon of twin births in the village has left the doctors and researchers scratching their heads. The number of twin births...

Brahmaputra River Of Kamakhya That Bleeds & Turns Red For Three Days In A Year

Brahmaputra River Kamakhya
The Kamakhya temple located in Kamrup district of Assam is one of the 108 shaktipeeths in India. A shaktipeeth is a holy place where different parts of Goddess Shakti fell when Lord Vishu cut her dead body into pieces to calm down Lord Shiva. It...

Nidhivan – Where Trees Turn Gopis In The Evening For Lord Krishna

Nidhivan Vrindavan
Nidhivan, a garden near Mathura is a mysterious place which is open to the public only during the day time. Legend has it a 'Rasleela' takes place between Lord Krishna and gopis every night here. The trees in the Nidhivan allegedly become 'gopis' at...

Tanot Mata Temple – The Goddess Who Discarded Pakistani Bombs During Indo-Pak War Of 1971

Tonot Mata Temple
Situated 122 km from Jaisalmer, Tanot Mata temple is along the India-Pakistan border in Rajasthan. Goddess Hinglaj is believed to have shelled the temple and surrounding area from Pakistani bombs during the Indo-Pak war of 1971. The bombs that fell in the temple premises...