Few Unique Indian Villages you must visit and learn about it
Unique Indian Villages you must visit and learn about it
There are many villages in India. Each of the villages is unique in its own way. Here are some of the unique villages.
Indian villages have an extremely beautiful and appealing way of life. Several villages can be found within this mountainous area, the most significant town being Sir Al Dinniyeh. Several Indian villages are still trying hard to get even the simple survival needs like food and shelter. A number of these distinctive Indian villages are actually making us popular at an international level too.
While farmers prefer to maintain a scarecrow in their farm to continue to keep birds away from their crop. The following is a village in the place where they have created an exclusive area simply to feed the birds. Agriculture is among the main sources of income in villages, rainfall becomes a critical portion of the residents’ life. It’s quite obvious India has an agro-based economy and the growth of the nation largely is dependent on the sustenance of villages. Also, party politics find it impossible to halt the growth of villages and the gram sabha must function to keep it out.
Shani Shingnapur village
Have you all heard of a place, where people are having blind and immense faith or belief in god? Have you ever heard of a place where people avoid security and believe that the god is their only protector who looks after everything over there? If no then you must visit Shani Shingnapur village. Shani Shingnapur is a small village around 72 km away from shirdi. It is one of the unique places in the world.
Because it is a village where people do not have doors or locks, yes the villagers are so trusting that they do not need to put locks on their doors or even have doors for that matter for their safety. For them living temple of God Shani is the real guardian or protector of the village. In 2011 it got its first bank that did not have locks.
Despite this, the village remained crime-free for several years apart from a few cases of robbery being reported in the past few years. The village and its temple are very popular not only in India but also worldwide. Every year almost 30 to 40000 devotees come to the temple to pour oil on the idol of God Shani and seek his blessings.
Kodinhi, Malappuram District, Kerala
Kodinhi is a remote and sleepy village in Kerala malappuram District. It continues to be a mystery to researchers. This village is famous for the largest number of twins in the country.
There are at least 400 pairs of twins in the village. The moment you enter the village there is a blue board that reads WELCOME TO THE GOD’S OWN TWINS VILLAGE- KODINHI. This village should be definitely visited; you’ll be amazed to see this mysterious phenomenon.
Rongdoi village in Assam
The frog marriage was organized on the mythological belief that carrying off wild frogs with Vedic rites helps bring rainfall. When a frog marriage takes place, the rain God Barun Devata, is pleased with the marriage and brings rain.
And right enough after the wedding, dark clouds enveloped the area. The fun and joy here is more than what we witness in the weddings of human beings. After the wedding gets over the bride is taken to the groom’s house in a decorated hand cart and later both are let loose in a pond.
Barwaan Kala Bihar
this village is called as a village of bachelors. Our country is known for huge weddings. But this village of Barwaan kala acts out of the tradition. The village hasn’t witnessed a single wedding in last 50 yrs. The village has more than 150 bachelors in the age group of 16 to 80.
This village is Asia’s cleanest village. This village has made the entire country proud by securing Asia’s cleanest village title much before the Swachh Bharat came into existence.
Do make a trip to these mysterious villages.