Amazing and Mysterious Places

Amazing and Mysterious Places


Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan, India

Bhangarh Fort is the spookiest spot in India. It is said that nobody returns on the off chance that they go through a night there.

The town of Bhangarh lies on the edge of the Sariska forest of Rajasthan. During the rule of Bhagwant Das, the town was built up as the home of his second child Madho Singh. One of the Myths says that King Madho Singh established the city of Bhangarh subsequent to getting austere consent from Guru Balu Nath. Guru Balu Nath endorsed the town’s foundation but with a warning that if you raised the structure of this fort at a level that its shadow started touching me then it will be the end of this city. But one of the ambitious descendants raised the royal residence to such a tallness, that it started casting a shadow over the taboo retreat of Balu Nath, and his prescience turned out to be valid as anticipated, pulverizing the whole city. You can also check out more interesting facts.

Bermuda Triangle/ Hurricane Alley/ Devil’s Triangle- Western Section of North Atlantic Ocean

The Bermuda Triangle is also labeled as Devil’s Triangle is in the western part of North Atlantic Ocean. It is a place where numbers of ships and air crafts have faded away and left no trace behind. This triangle stretch of ocean covering above five hundred thousand square miles located between Miami (Florida), Puerto Rico (a Caribbean island) and Bermuda Island has befooled scientists and even military investigators. There are numerous theories carrying out by investigators related to this triangle mystery like magnetic anomalies causing compass variation, huge eruption of methane gas from under water, violent weather. However, there is not any single theory that claims to solve the mystery. Here are some more interesting science facts which you have not studied in school.

Bhimkund/ Neelkund, Madhya Pradesh, India

Bhim Kund is a natural water reservoir and a holy place which is located near Village Bajna at Chhatarpur District in Madhya Pradesh. It is also called as ‘Neel Kund’ because of its blue colored water. It is believed that this kund is from the era of Mahabharta near about 3137 BC. The story associated with this pool is that Bhim, the strongest among all five brother Pandvas, hit the ground with his weapon (Gada), water came out from the ground and this kund came into existence.  The water of this kund is so translucent that everything contained in water can be seen very easily. The average distance of this pool downwards is around 20+ Meters and Maximun deepness is around 100 Feet (1200 Inches). We have also compiled most bizarre facts for you.

Rameshwaram- Ramanathaswamy Temple and Floating Stones, India

Rameshwaram is located in Ramanathapuram district at southeast Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is the sacred town renowed for the Ramanathaswamy Temple. It is mentioned in sacred book ‘The Ramayana’ that Lord Rama along with Hanumana and Vanara Sena prayed to  Vedic God Shiva at the place of Ramanathaswamy Temple and then created a bridge from here across the sea to Sri Lanka to rescue his wife Sita from Ravana. The bridge is also known as Ram Setu or Adam’s Bridge. It is said that the stones used in creating this bridge were special in its feature of floating onto water and there are many piece of evidence for the same. These stones are called as floating stones and these are found only at the coastal region of Rameshwaram.

The Whaley House, San Diego, CA, USA

The Whaley House, San Diego, California, USA is known for its paranormal activities and is addressed as the most haunted places in America. The tale attached to this location includes the suicide of Violet Whaley and death of Yankee Jim Robinson.  Various visitors claims consistently that they have experienced various paranormal activities which includes strange sounds, unusual events and sights. You must also see this post related to most amazing laws in the various parts of world.

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