10 Most Mysterious Places in India

Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan:  There's a saying about it some call it a curse while others say that the evil spirit of a magician who fell in love with the princess haunts the place.

The Abandoned Village of Kuldhara, Rajasthan:  Once home to more than 1500 Paliwal Brahmans, descendants of a tribe that had lived there for more than 5 centuries, Kuldhara was suddenly abandoned one night by its entire population, which included people of 85 villages.

The Jal Mahal, Jaipur: It's been built by the Raja as a hunting lodge for 300 years. However, when the King of Amer decided to build a dam between the two surrounding hills to save the city from floods in the 18th century.

 The Skeleton Lake, Roopkund, Uttarakhand: The lake was identified in 1942 by a Scottish forest officer who patrolled the area. Roopkund, situated on one of the tallest peaks in Uttarakhand has been known as a fossilized lake for its ghastly remains that it covers.

Kodinhi, Kerala – The Town of Twins: Kodinhi, a small village in the state of Kerala, is home to 2000 families. The strange thing is, the village's very well known for the number of twins born.

Magnetic Hill, Ladakh:  There is a magnetic hill on which laws of gravity seem to take their backseat. There's this road, appropriately called the Magnetic Road, which has a yellow box painted on it to indicate where you can look for that phenomenon.

Magnetic Hill, Ladakh:  There is a magnetic hill on which laws of gravity seem to take their backseat. There's this road, appropriately called the Magnetic Road, which has a yellow box painted on it to indicate where you can look for that phenomenon.

Jatinga, Assam:  Over the last 100 years, thousands and thousands of birds have flown to their death over a particular strip of land in Jatinga. There is still an unexplained reason why this section of land was made into a Bermuda triangle for birds.

Lonar Crater Lake:  Lonar Village, in Maharashtra, is the site of an asteroid impact crater. in fact, the only hyper-velocity impact crater in basaltic rock in the world. 

Gyanganj:  Legend has it that Gyanganj is one of India's most mysterious places, where the immortal beings who live there have a subtle but profound influence on world affairs and are guarding secret spiritual teachings from all religions.