Top 10 Unsolved Mysteries in India of All Time

India is one of the mysterious nation of the world. It has the diverse culture, vast area, multiple mythologies make it a land of many mysterious legends and tales.Some of the mysteries are fictitious, some others are strange that it may or may not be true while the remaining ones so strange that could change our viewpoint towards the world.

Here is the list of Top 10 unresolved mysteries on India

10. Ladakh Magnetic Hills

Ladakh Magnetic Hills

Ladakh region has several hills which are known for holding magnetic properties in it. In these hills, a car can move against the normal gravitational force concept. It moves uphill in neutral instead of sliding downwards. Some believe this as an only illusion while some consider it as magnetic or some supernatural power.

9. Karni Mata Temple

Karni Mata Temple

Karni Mata Temple is situated in Bikaner, Rajasthan. It is known for its rat population. There is a belief that out of thousands of rats, 4-5 rats are appearances of Karni Mata. Till now researchers failed to know the reason of so huge number if rats in the temple.

8. Shani Shingnapur

Shani Shingnapur

The village Shingnapur is located about 75 km from Shirdi. Till today, there is no house in the village having doors. The residents don’t keep their valuable belongings in the lock. There is a belief that Lord Shani protects and if someone try to steal, God will punish him.

7. Roopkund Lake

Roopkund Lake

This lake is located in Himalayan region and also Known as Skeleton Lake. Around 600 skeletons were found on the edge of the lake in 1942. The mystery is that the individuals who were found in the place which is neither a place to live nor any en route area.

6. Shivapur Levitating Stone

Shivapur Levitating Stone

Levitating stone of around 200 kg is found in the small village near the tomb of Qamar Ali, Pune. It was a belief that if 11 people touch the stone with finger and chant “Qamar Ali Darvesh”the stone flies in the air. It is one of unsolved mystery of India so far.

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