But finally Scientists have concluded that the skeletons of about 200 people discovered near the frozen lake belonged to the 9th century Indian tribesmen who died due to hail storm.
2.Shri Veerabhadra Temple Lepakshi, Andhra Pradesh
True story is British Government decided to do some repairs during pre-independence era, and attempted to remove the pillar. But they couldn’t, because it was fixed so perfectly, they could only dislodge it. They realized that removing this pillar is impossible, so they left it in this weird position.
3.Root Bridges ,Meghalaya
These bridges are made of rubber tree roots that are placed into the trunk of the plant and once the roots reach the other side of the stream, they are ingrained in the soil and fortified with stones.
It takes approx 15 years for the bridge to build and get stronger, interestingly they last for several hundreds of years.
4.Bibi ka Maqbara,Aurangabad
Often referred to as the ‘Taj of the Deccan’, its appearance resembles the original Taj Mahal ,though the size is smaller than the original, it is beautiful in its own.
5.Magnetic Hill, Ladakh
Another strange place located at a distance of 30 km from Leh city on the Leh-Kargil Highway is a small stretch of road that defies the phenomenon of gravity. The reason is the magnetic hill that pulls stationary vehicles upwards,even if ignition is turned off. It is a major tourist attraction in the valley.