1.The Levitating Stone of Shivapur
The Shrine of Qamar Ali Darvesh, a Muslim Sufi Saint who lived about 700 years ago, features an ancient stone that reportedly weighs 154lbs (90kg).
Unique Story:The famous saint said “If eleven men place their right index fingers under the stone and then jointly call my name, I will cause it to rise higher than their heads. Otherwise, neither by themselves nor together will they be able to move it more than two feet off the ground.”
2.Most Haunted Place in India: Bhangarh Fort
Bhangarh Fort is in Rajasthan and situated along the Aravali hills along the border of the Sariska Reserve.The fort was constructed by Raja Bhagwant Singh, who was the Kachwaha ruler of Amber in 1573 A.D. He built the fort for his younger son Madho Singh.
Unique Story:The beautiful princess Ratnavati who was the daughter of Chatr Singh attracted tantrik who casted magic spell on Princess perfume.Somehow princess came to know regarding evil spell ,she threwed bottle outside on rock .
Out of magical effect, the rock got attracted to the tantrik, followed him and crushed him to death. Before dying, the tantrik cursed the princess and the Bhangarh Fort that no one would be able to flourish there.
Many people visit this temple from far off places just to pay their respect to these rats and get their desires as reality.
4.Bullet Baba Temple, Jodhpur, Rajasthan
This temple IS in Bandayi village, around 40 kms from Jodhpur. Here, devotees gather to worship an Enfield Bullet motorbike, which is inside a glass box . People, who pray here for safe journey, claim that the bike has supernatural powers.
Locals claim they have seen the ghost of ‘Om Banna’ – a bike without a rider.
5.Floating Islands of Loktak Lake, Manipur
Loktak lake is the largest freshwater lake in North East India located near Moirang in Manipur. Popularly called as the ‘Floating Lake’, this iconic lake is known for its circular floating swamps called phumdis in the local language.
Covering an area of 300 square metres, the lake is a lifeline for many people. It serves as a source of water for hydropower generation, irrigation and drinking water supply in the region & also the source of income for many fishermen who largely depend on it.