Top mysteries of India that will twist your mind

Top mysteries of India that will twist your mind

If you are among those who love to read about things and places that are mystifying, puzzling and unexplainable then this article is worth a read. It will give you proper details about certain things in India which are puzzling and nobody has an answer to that. see  Top mysteries of India that will twist your mind

Here is a list for you - Top mysteries of India that will twist your mind

1. Kodinhi, a village of twins

Kodinhi, a village of twins

The village of Kodinhi which is situated in Kerala has something quite shocking about it. This village is known to have the maximum number of abnormal twins born there. Kodinhi only has around 2,000 families, and around 250 sets of twins are officially registered there. In fact, according to the experts, all are not registered. So the twins could be actually around 350 pairs.

2. Conspiracy related to the great Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal which is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the World was created by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan as a mausoleum to his deceased wife. Or was it? According to few theories, Taj Mahal was never the architectural personification of everlasting love history remembers it as. Instead, some prove given an explanation that the building is actually about 300 years older than its imaginary builder. Professor P.N. Oak, the man behind this explanation, claims that the building was initially not a mausoleum at all. Oak further explains that Taj Mahal is, in reality, an ancient Hindu temple known as Tejo Mahalaya which is bestowed to the worship of the god Shiva. If true, this will change the entire history of Taj Mahal on its head. Until the Indian government accepts to open the sealed rooms which are present in building so that a thorough investigation d by experts could be done, till that it will be a mystery.

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3. The silent village of Kuldhara

The silent village of Kuldhara

From the city of Jaisalmer, few kilometers away is a village named Kuldhara. What catches attention about the village is that it has been inhabited from around 1295 A.D till the 19th century. Until one day everyone just disappeared from the village. Regarding that, no signs of any massacre or abduction were found in the place. The place is believed to be cursed and the locals say that no one has survived or has been found who has tried to stay there.

4. The magnetic hill of Ladakh

The magnetic hill of Ladakh

In the Ladakh region, near to the area of Himalayas, there is a very strange hill which is believed to be magnetic. If you park your car on the road that leads to the top of the hill and leave it in neutral gear, it will roll up the steep road on its own, moving at speeds up to 20 kilometers per hour 12.4 mph. This phenomenon is called a “Himalayan wonder” and is a great attraction for the tourists. ladakh is on of the Top mysteries of India that will twist your mind

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5. The existence of Saraswati River

The existence of Saraswati River

The Saraswati River is one of the main Rigvedic Rivers which is stated in the ancient Sanskrit Texts. In fact, several of this Vedic texts and Mahabharata stated the presence of a river which carries enormous volumes of water that finally dried up in a desert. There have been a number of studies to find out if such a river indeed is present than there are questions raised about the authenticity of the existence of Saraswati.

Thus, these are some of the mysteries which still have not found there answer.



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