1/ 10 Lake of Skeletons is a glacial water body, popularly known as Skeleton Lake or Mystery Lake. It is located 16,500 feet above sea level at Roopkund in Uttarakhand. It is believed that the human skeletal remains at the bottom of the lake become visible when the snow melts. Roopkund is also a picturesque tourist destination. Facebook/Roopkund Trek Floating Stones are believed to be stones which had Lord Rama's name engraved on it and was used to build bridge across to Lanka to rescue Sita Devi. These stones are still found in parts of Rameshwaram, a coastal town in Tamil Nadu. Screenshot/Youtube Temple of Rats - Karni Mata Temple is located at Deshnok in Bikaner, Rajasthan. There are 20,000 rats in the temple called 'Kabbas', which are worshipped by the locals. It is believed that the 'Kabbas' are Karni Mata's family members. Creative Commons/Mark Sheppard Bibi Ka Maqbara is considered as Mini Taj, a replica of Taj Mahal, situated in Aurangabad, Maharashtra. It is said that the monument is built by one of Aurangzeb's son in the memory of his mother. Reuters Village without doors – Shani Shignapur, a village in Maharashtra, which is famous for its Shani temple. It is said the village has never witnessed any crime, thus have no doors or door frames in their houses. The villagers believe it is the blessings of Shani Dev that no such incident happened in their place till now. Screenshot/Youtube The largest monolithic statue of Gomateshwara, known as Bahubalu, is located at Shravanabelagola, Karnataka. It is 60 feet tall and carved out of a single block of granite. Reuters Bullet Baba Shrine is situated at Bandai in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. It is one of those strange places where a motorcycle is worshipped. It is believed that a man named Om Singh Rathore died in a crash riding the bullet. Then police brought to it the station but next day the bike was found on the accident spot. It happened once again, and after that the bike is worshipped and it is said that Om Banna "protects" the travellers. Screenshot/Youtube The Red Rain phenomenon, witnessed in Idukki district of Kerala, was first recorded as early as 1818 and most recently in June 2012. It is also called "Blood Rain." Screenshot/Youtube Floating lake, the only one of its kind in the world, is the Loktak Lake in Manipur. The lake is popular for its series of floating islands. Screenshot/Youtube Magnetic hill is can be seen on the way of Leh. It is famous for the magnetic power that can pull a car towards it even if the ignition is turned off. It is one of the world's recognised gravity hills. Facebook/Magnetic Hill
The country, in all means, should be called 'Incredible India'. You can witness picturesque as well as strange places that add a wonderful experience to your itinerary.
It is unbelievable to see a lake full of human skeletons or a temple full of rats. Such strange things can only happen in India. The weird places range from 'Bullet Baba Shrine' to 'Skeleton Lake', which exist in the unexplored corners of the country.
Check out the above slideshow of weird destinations in India.