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Mysterious Places in Gujarat!

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Published: Sunday, July 31, 2016, 10:30 [IST]
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Gujarat is one of the best tourist destinations in India. With its diverse culture and topography, the state has a lot to flaunt to its visitors. The pristine beaches, Rann of Kutch and the mountain ranges are just some of them. Interestingly, there are some spooky places in Gujarat that may give you chills.

Let's get to know more about these mysterious places in Gujarat!

Tulsi Shyam

The anti-gravity road of Tulsi Shyam is located in Gir National Park. This 15o metre stretch is a steep road where the vehicles start moving upward if left in free gear. It is also reported that travellers who tried pouring water on the road found the water flowing upward due to the anti-gravitational pull.

Rann of Kutch

Kala Dungar
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Kala Dungar

Kala Dungar is the highest point in Kutch in Gujarat. This place is believed to be mysterious. If one runs in that area, his speed increases automatically whether he's moving upwards or downwards.

Dumas Beach

Dumas Beach in Surat is one of the most haunted places in India. Several paranormal activities have been reported here. Decades ago, this place was a cremation ground, which could be the reason why people sense negative energy around.

Unnai in Gujarat

Unnai, a historical place located close to Bardoli has a pond which is believed to have magical properties to heal oneself from all the problems. The water here remains hot throughout the year.

Magical Stone

There is a small village in Gujarat named Kariyana. This village has some magical stones that make sound without being touched by any external force. This is a mysterious place in Gujarat.

Other Tourist Attractions in Gujarat

Gujarat is one of the most sought after travel destinations in India. The state has a number of other places worth visiting. Some of them are Bhuj, Junagadh, Kutch, Gandhinagar and Somnath among the rest.

Best Season to Visit Gujarat

Since the state lies in a coastal area, the monsoons receive heavy rainfall and it's too humid during summers. The winters are the ideal time to visit Gujarat, which is from November to February.

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