7 Places In India Where Indians are not allowed to visit

We often tend to explore places which we haven’t visited before, be it alone or with family and friends. Especially if we are travelling to a different city, we love to discover new places. However, sometimes visiting unknown places can land us in deep trouble.

There are many places across the country where people are not allowed to visit or you might need a permission to go there. Some of the places are highly risky as it may cause harm to our lives. There are places where people have witnessed some strange and unusual paranormal activities due to which people are restricted to visit there.

Take a look at the 7 places here:

  1. Tunnel No. 33 on Shimla-Kalka Railway Line

Tunnel No. 33 by the side of the Shimla Kalka train way ranks amongst the most preoccupied places in the country. The tunnel is considered to be haunted and people are not allowed to visit here.


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  1. Foreigners Beach Only, Goa

As you know, Goa world-renowned tourist place for people around the world, as the people from western world are free minded they don’t shy to roam in the bikini if they find a beach. Many of the beaches are owned by the local people of Goa that allow and open their respective beaches for the foreigners only. The reason behind this policy is because of Indian mentality and the staring habit at the foreigners in short bikinis and which makes the tourists uncomfortable.

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  1. Dow Hill Girls’ School at Kurseong in Darjeeling, Assam

The Dow Hill Girls’ School and Victoria Boys’ School, both in Darjeeling, are said to be haunted. The residents have even witnessed a boy without head close to the premises.

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  1. Freekasol café, Himachal Pradesh

Kasol is one of the hot favorite destinations of North India. It is well-known for its peace and laid back attitude. But a restaurant in Kasol namely Free Kasol discriminates against people by refusing to serve Indian customers. Just because the owner’s loyalty doesn’t lie with Indians! This cafe became infamous after a story of its owners refused to serve an Indian who had gone there to dine out with his foreigner friend went viral on social media.

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  1. P Block, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh

If you thought ghosts are tedious and fed up souls intended to linger so until the end of the time, you have to visit GP Block in Meerut.

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  1. Kuldhara Village, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Kuldhara is an additional ghostly place in the state of Rajasthan, which attracts quite many visitors in search for adventure with a major twist.

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  1. Mukesh Mills, Mumbai

This is one of the most haunted places in Mumbai and people are strictly recommended to avoid visiting here, especially post sunset. You must have noticed this place in various movies and ad commercials. There have been stories about things getting lost, crew members hearing voices and actors getting possessed.

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So the next time you visit these cities, never try to step in these places.

by Vijay Singh | Sun, Jun 17 - 04:11 PM

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