List of five unexplored places in India
India is full of impressive places that will attract and inspire visitors. And given the vast scale and great diversity of this South Asian country, there are many untouched and unexplored places. But if we had to choose only 5 , here is our choice
Unexplored Place- Traveler Must Visit these!
List of unexplored places in India- This is our list of places where a traveler must visit.
Aurovile (Tamil Nadu)
Auroville, also known as the city Dawn located in the Viluppuram district of Tamil Nadu. It was conceived as an ideal town committed to the unity of humanity and founded by Mirra Alfassa in 1968 as a project Sri Aurobindo Society. Auroville was also declared the United Nations project Educational, scientific and cultural organizations (UNESCO) in 1966.This is also one of the list of unexplored places in India.
Chitrakoot a town and Nagar Panchayatlocated in the Satna district in Madhya Pradesh. It borders the Chitrakoot district of Uttar Pradesh and lies in the Chitrakoot region, which has significant historical and religious significance.
The region known for its many temples and sites .(mentioned in the Hindu scriptures)
Dudhwa National Park(Uttar Pradesh)
Dudhwa National Park
founded in 1977 in sub Himalayas area known as the Terai Belt. Lying
between India and Nepal in LakhimpurKheri district in Uttar Pradesh and has a bumper designated forest areas in the north and north southern areas. Southern border the park is marked by the Suheli River and the northern border lies along Indo-Nepal
The Elephanta Caves
The Elephanta Caves a
network of sculpted caves located on Elephanta Island, also known as Gharapuri. The Island lies 10 km to the east of Mumbai. Two groups of caves make up the Elephanta Caves — a large group of five Hindu caves and a smaller group of two Buddhist caves. This is also one of the list of unexplored places in India.
Hampi is a village in northern Karnataka, located in the ruins of the ancient city of Vijayanagara. The village an important place of religious and architectural
significance. It is situated 13 km from the town of Hospet(also known as Hosapete) and is on the southern bank of the river Tungabhadra. The principal industries in the
village include agriculture, support of the Virupaksha temple and tourism.This is also one of the list of unexplored places in India
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