Quirkiest places one can visit in india – Times of India

Jun 16, 2022
Dong village in Arunachal Pradesh is where the sun rises first in India. It lies in Anjaw district and is the easternmost village in India. Here, the sun rises at 4:30 AM.
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Guhar Moti in Kutch district in Gujarat is the last place to see sunset in India. It is the westernmost part of India. Here, the sun sets around 7:40 PM.
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Nature sure likes to play tricks here. A natural optical illusion causes the downhill road to look like an uphill, so it seems like vehicles get magically pulled even when the engine is off.
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The temple has 70 pillars in total, but one of them is why this temple made it to our list. This one pillar is suspended in the air. One can even slide a thin scarf underneath the pillar.
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This temple in Hampi has pillars called SaReGaMa pillars. When hit gently, these pillars produce musical notes.
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The 250-year-old banyan tree at the Archarya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden is called the Great Banyan. It is believed that it is the oldest tree in India and has the widest canopy in the world.
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In Cherrapunji, you will find these interesting living bridges. Living because these bridges are made of the roots of living ficus trees. Over the years, the villagers weave the roots bit by bit around two hollowed logs.
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If you reach the Living Root Bridges, you aren’t far away from Mawlynnong, one of Asia’s cleanest villages. Most definitely the cleanest in India. Plastic and smoking are banned here.
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