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Top unexplored places of India

Every place in India narrates different stories of different cultures. People who love to travel always search for new places and new cultures to experience. India has it all. Many unexplored places are far from modernization and human intervention, which gives them a sense of purity in real life. To experience the beauty of nature and cultural heritage in its raw form, Put all these places off your bucket list by visiting them. 

Let’s have a look at some of the most unexplored places of India you must visit:

Shri Veera Bhadra temple – Andhra Pradesh 

Shri Veera Bhadra temple – Andhra Pradesh

Veera Bhadra temple, situated in the Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh, is a live example of India’s cultural and architectural heritage. This temple was created by architects of the Vijayanagar empire in ancient times. The temple has a unique structure, divided into three portions: Mukha mandapa, Artha mandapam, and Garbha Griha. Every corner is carved with epic tales of Vedas and Mahabharata, Be it the walls, the pillars, or the temple roof. This temple was uprooted upon 72 pillars by the ancient architects, out of which one pillar is slightly above the ground, so much so you can slide your clothes beneath it. You must visit this temple to experience the rich architectural as well as cultural beauty of the place.

Gurez valley – Kashmir

Gurez valley – Kashmir

Gurez valley is one of the most indescribable grandeur in the world. Its serenity is unimaginable; although it’s considered the most charming place of Kashmir valley, still this place is most unexplored to date. There was a time when there was a famous silk road here that connected Europe to China. Gurez valley is untouched by humans and is present in its raw beauty and lacks a proper electricity supply but the fireflies that lit up the place in the night is a view to behold. Krishnaganaga river provides the coolest and pure pollution-free air of Gurez valley; You can not feel fresher anywhere in the world but here. 

Chikan castle – Ladakh

Chikan castle – Ladakh

Chikan castle was one of the most ancient castles of India. It depicts the fine skills of architecture by Tibetan architects; it was made up of mud and stones in the 16th century and was home to many famous rulers of the Kargil district of Kashmir. Some parts of this fort have decayed already, but it still holds the beauty of culture and heritage. We know nothing is perpetual, and sometimes natural decay is inevitable.

Sandakphu – Darjeeling

Sandakphu – Darjeeling

For all the trek and adventure lovers, this place is a must-visit Sandakphu in Darjeeling. You will experience one of the most surreal Scenes here when you will witness the most prestigious and magnificent mountains and mount Everest at some points of the trek, not to forget many undiscovered mountain peaks. Initially, the trek was harsh and strenuous because of boulders, but now most of it has been converted to concrete roads to ease people.

Kila Raipur Punjab 

Kila Raipur Punjab

Kila Raipur is a small village of Punjab, where you can enjoy the vibes of older Punjab still alive. You can tour around the village and enjoy their traditional ways of living. There happens to be the oldest Punjabi sport that still exists, and people play it with enthusiasm. Once, a Punjabi philanthropist initiated a rural Olympics scheme where people from around different villages compete in a friendly manner. The events include Gathaka, bull cart race, camel race, a mule race, etc. Despite its historical background having exciting activities, it’s one of the unexplored places.

Nighoj -Maharashtra

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Nighoj is one of the most unexplored places of India, very few people are aware of. The place is a must-visit for those who want to experience serenity, calmness and live away from the crowd. There exist beautiful craters around the river Kukadi. The potholes will intrigue and mesmerize you to the core. This place has not been commercialized and therefore is the best place to experience India’s raw and untouched hidden wonders. Besides the serene and calm nature of this place, one must visit the Mangalam temple.

Dhanushkodi -Tamil Nadu

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Dhanush Kodi is the most southern part of India and least commercialized; it has the Rameshwaram island on the tip of the southern part of India, which is a place to visit at least once in your life. It has serene and calm beaches and at the end of Rameswaram island starts the ancient bridge that connects India to Sri Lanka – the land of king Ravana. 

Roopkund lake- Uttarakhand

Roopkund lake- Uttarakhand

The lake is also called Mystery lake, is a feast for the hungry eyes of those who love adventure. Roopkund trekking is elevated on Mt. Trishul’s laps. The human skeletons found lying at the lake’s bottom make it a mysterious and spooky element that adds to the wonder list, making for a distinct natural spectacle when the snow melts. The breathtaking campsite and chilling surroundings, fresh air along the trek will cover your wandering brain from the skeletons. 

Majuli -Assam

Majuli -Assam

Assam has so much to offer that tourists often overlook this river Island. Waters of River Brahmaputra surround the Island as this place is cut off from the country; you need ferries and boats to travel here that too during daylight. This place is so far away from the natural lifestyle that people here witnessed mobile phones in 2009. This place is too beautiful to be true. 

Athirapally, Kochi

Athirapally, Kochi

Although its largest waterfall in Kerala, still lesser known by tourists. Located at the entrance to the Shoryar Ranges, Athirapally is 78 km from Kochi. The waterfall is 80 ft high and surrounded by the forest area; It has a sight to behold, one of the most beautiful yet unexplored places you will find if this is not enough, then Bollywood movie Barso re Megha was shot here this gives you another reason to explore here.

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