There’s more to India than what seems, if only one wishes to look beyond! Often, we switch on to news channels and some of the major debates that question the reasoning of the very existence of such places catch our attention quickly. Standing firm and proud when there’s not a firm foundation, there are many holy places in India that you have to see to believe. While we couldn’t be more sure that India is filled with more extraordinary places than you can think of, some of them surely spark a unique zone of imagination that you just cannot resist visiting. Hazrat Qamar Ali Darvesh, Located at a distance of 16 kms from Mumbai , Hazrat Qamar Ali Darvesh is known for having a mysterious stone on board.

Such is the legend of this stone that tourists from far off lands come to witness it’s grandeur. It is said that this stone is blessed by a saint and only 11 men, chanting the name of their holy saint can pick up this stone together. Many have tried and failed but here is no other way to do so. Science is yet to provide a logic for this kind of an occurrence. Jwala Mukhi Temple, Himachal Pradesh has many secrets abode- one of which is the glorious temple of Jwala Mukhi that has various beliefs attached to it. When you visit, you’ll find an eternal flame burning in the premises of this temple and it is believed that this place is where the tongue of Sati, wife of Lord Shiva fell on Earth after her death.

Several scientific organizations have attempted to find the source of this stunning flame but have failed to provide us with any answers yet. Chidambaram Nataraja Temple, Without many handy tools at their disposal, many artisans and architects have said to accomplish a unique structure that has left people wondering. One such temple of Chidambaram Nataraja Temple in Tamil Nadu creates a question in our minds when we visit this place. In the era, where such tools did not exist, the question, ‘how is it that three temples of Kanchipuram Ekambareshwar temple,

Chidambaram Nataraja Temple and Sri Kalahasti temple, have been built at an exact same longitude?’ is worth pondering! Veerabhadra Temple, Also known as the Lepakshi temple, after the name of Lipakshi district within which it is located, Veerabhadra temple is famous for the mystery of a hanging pillar in the premise. With a total number of 70 pillars present in the temple grounds, no one has yet been able to answer how just one pillar remains detached from the ground. Visitors often check the said space at the bottom of the pillar by passing a cloth piece through the area.

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