5 Mysterious Places in India

  • Nidhi Van – where Lord Krishna visits himself

This is one of the mysterious temples in India. It is located in the temple city of India, Vrindavan. The temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna. Nidhivan is a dense forest with lush green trees. The temple is shut after the evening prayer and various things such as saree, sweets, betel nuts are kept inside the temple. Every morning the priests see that sweets are partially eaten and the clothes have been used.

No one will be allowed into the temple premises after the sun sets down. It is believed that Radha-Krishna come daily for the temple to rest.

  • Jwala ka Temple- a Temple of an eternal flame

This temple is located in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. This temple is dedicated to Sati, wife of Lord Shiva. What may leave you in dismay here is the eternal flame that is burning in the premises of the temple for 100 years without any source of fuel.

It is believed that Sati killed herself after hearing and mistreated Shiva from her father. After her death, Lord Vishnu made to split her body into 51 pieces which fell down on the different parts of the earth.

It is believed that Sati Devi’s Tongue has fallen at this place, where JwalaJi temple is constructed.

Many scientific organizations have come here to research the source of this eternal flame but have failed.

  • Veerabhadra temple- the mystery of hanging pillar

Veerabhadra temple is located at Lepakshi of Andhra Pradesh. It is also known as Lepakshi Temple. Lepakshi Temple is famous for its architectural beauty. There are 70 Pillars in the temple, but one pillar lies hanging in the premises of the temple is the piece of wonder.

To prove that, many people pass a piece of cloth through the bottom of the pillar. The mystery behind how this pillar stays intact without any support remains a million dollar question till date.

One more thing about Lepakshi is, here we can see the foot of Sita matha.

  • Bullet Baba Temple

This place is located at Rajasthan. A man on his bullet died in an accident where current this temple resides. The next day, police took his body and bike away and kept the bike in the police station. Next day, the bike was found in the exact same spot where the person died. Next day, the bike was tied to a chain but still it made it way to the spot. This kept repeating several times, until the bike was permanently set there and a temple of Bullet Baba was created. The bikers and travelers pray at this temple for a safe journey.

  • Hasanamba Temple: Mystery of Hassan

This temple is located at Hassan, Karnataka and it is very famous for its mystery. This temple is very unique from other temples. Hasanamba temple is opened once in a year for 10 days. After 10 days the pooja is performed and the doors are closed which is opened again only next year.

The mystery is that the oil lamp lit before closing the doors will be burning when the doors are opened.

It is more interesting to note that the flowers offered to the Goddess Hasanambe will be fresh when the doors are opened as if they were offered just then.

  • Shivagange Temple: Where Ghee turns into Butter

The temple is located in Karnataka at a distance of 55 Kms from Bangalore. The temple is located in a cave on a small hill which can be climbed easily. Ghee is the product of butter which is obtained by heating butter. Here it is reversed.

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