Have you ever felt mysterious in some places in this world? Actually, our earth is one of the biggest mystery. Have you ever wondered how the world is created? how we are born? how the tectonic plates collide and how the lava is evolved? why our heartbeats and why the sun heats? From small micro parts to the biggest things in the world, all have some mystery evolved in them.
So from the mysterious earth here are some places which are famous for the mystery present within them.
1)The Magnetic Hill Of Leh, Ladakh:
Magnetic Hill is located near Leh in the north Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It is around 30 km away from mainland Leh and it is on the Leh – Kargil national highway. The mystery related with this place is that car and any magnetic material placed on the road moves uphill without even driving or without any external force applied.
Local beliefs are that the road is the ROAD TO HEAVEN. Those with a pure heart are attracted to heaven and are called by the god in heaven. Some scientists say that this is due to gravity coupled with minor influences from its geographical location.
2)The Rainbow Mountains, China :
This mountain ranges in China are famous for its illusion about their illusion as it shows a carbon copy of the colors of a rainbow.
These are present at Zhangye Danxia National Geologic Park of China. every year millions of tourists visit this mountain ranges just to see the glimpse of a rainbow at the earth’s surface, on the mountains. Layers of different colored sandstone and minerals were pressed together over 24 million years and then buckled up by tectonic plates, according to the Telegraph.
What sets the Rainbow Mountain apart from other mountains is, of course, it’s a vibrant array of color. Due to the mountain’s location as part of a volcanic chain that runs along the edges of the South American and Nazca tectonic plates, it is rich in rare minerals. The minerals are what cause the rainbow coloration
3)The Red Rain At Idukki, Kerala
The Kerala red rain phenomenon was a blood rain event that occurred from 25 July to 23 September 2001, when heavy downpours of red-colored rain fell sporadically on the southern Indian state of Kerala, staining clothes pink. Yellow, green, and black rain was also reported
In 2013, scientists continuing to study the event, not only found the missing DNA but not long after researchers revealed that the precise species of the algae was Trentepohlia annulata, which was not native to India, hence explaining why no local weather phenomenon around that time explained how the spores got so high in the atmosphere. The researchers ultimately speculated that the spores were introduced through the clouds from Austria.
4)The Abandoned Village Of Kuldhara, Rajasthan:
Kuldhara is an abandoned village in the Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan. it famous for its paranormal activities witnessed in this place. By 2010 it became one of the hottest tourist places of Rajasthan and it is now famous for the tourist visiting during day time only as at night there are some paranormal activities seen.
In the history nearly 200 years early it was a village but a king who was ruling over this place wanted the daughter of the chief of this village and the villagers never agreed so the villagers fled and cursed this place so that no one can live on this place.no one knows where the villagers went. It is said that the ghost of the chief is still around this village. If you think you have enough dare to go to this place think before you leaf.
5)The Confluence of Rhone and Arve River, Switzerland:
A junction is a place at Geneva where rivers Rhône and Arve are joining each other. Both rivers have different colors of water and joining together into the one final river, Rhône.
6)Blue Lake, New Zealand:
7)Dead Sea, Jordan:
The Dead Sea also called the Salt Sea, are a salt lake bordering Jordan to the east and Israel and the West Bank to the west. Its surface and shores are 423 meters below sea level, Earth’s lowest elevation on land. … The Dead Sea has attracted visitors from around the Mediterranean basin for thousands of years.
In actuality, it is nearly impossible to swim in the Dead Sea. Because of the high salt content of the water, people who bathe in the Dead Sea can actually float on the surface of the water. … The only living beings that reside in the dead sea are bacteria and an especially hardy species of algae.
8)The Visa God Of Chilkur, Hyderabad:
Are you applying for US visa? having any sort of problem to get your visa? You can’t miss visiting “Visa Balaji” temple in Chilkur.
Typically, the visa aspirant visits the Chilkur Visa Balaji temple before the visa interview. There the visa aspirant goes through the usual ritual of prayer, she takes 3 rounds of pradakshina, which means walking in circles around the temple, and then makes a vow that after getting the visa she would come back to the temple and make 108 rounds around the temple as part of her gratitude to the visa God. Once, the visa is successfully granted, people, come back to the temple and fulfill the vows. For all these years, it’s been the usual drill at Chilkur temple. Since Hyderabad is a Hitech city, meaning several IT professionals working for US-based firms, there are many aspirants who go to the USA for higher studies, jobs, etc. and with the strengthening of the belief in the visa God, the temple is almost crowded all the time.
9)Mendenhall Ice Caves, Alaska:
The Mendenhall Glacier is a 12-mile-long glacier in the Mendenhall Valley, only 12 miles from downtown Juneau in southeast Alaska. The glacier originally had two names: Sitaantaagu (“Glacier Behind the Town”) and Aak’wtaaksit (“Glacier Behind the Little Lake”). Inside the glacier are the stunning blue ice caves, accessible only to those willing to kayak to the edge of the ice and then climb over the glacier.
The Mendenhall Glacier can be seen from the visitor center on Mendenhall Loop Road. From there you can take trails to the ice caves. A guided tour is recommended to make sure the caves are accessible and secure, as they are known to melt and cave in. Ice cave tours usually run from July to September. The glacier is federally protected as part of the Mendenhall Glacier Recreation Area, a unit of the Tongass National Forest.
10)Eternal Flame Falls, United States:
The Eternal Flame Falls is a small waterfall located in the Shale Creek Preserve, a section of Chestnut Ridge Park in Western New York. A small grotto at the waterfall’s base emits natural gas, which can be lit to produce a small flame.
At the heart of this waterfall is a small flickering flame that is caused by a natural gas pocket and hikers that pass by the falls and relight the gas pocket whenever it sputters out, keeping the flame in an eternal cycle. The eternal flames caused by natural gas pockets are common, but the imagery of a lone flame under torrents of water make Eternal Flame Falls unique.
The imagery has inspired some active imaginations resulting in legends and sightings of elves in the area, and while those legends have obviously been disproved, the falls remains a mystery from a scientific perspective. The natural gas that eternal flame sites give off comes from a reaction caused by old and very hot shale rocks.