6 Places In India Which You Aren’t Allowed To Visit

Welcome to Humor Nation. We often do things which we’re told we aren’t supposed to do, don’t we? There is always this curiosity which drives us through it. So, have you ever been to places we aren’t allowed to visit? If not, you’ve come to the right destination!

Let me take you through 6 places in India which you aren’t allowed to visit

1. North Sentinel Island

6 Places In India Which You Aren't Allowed To Visit

North Sentinel Islands are one of the Andaman Islands in the Bay of Bengal. The people of this island are called Sentinelese who aren’t fond of the outside world and hence avoid all contacts with it. These people are among the last people worldwide to remain untouched by modern civilization.

No, don’t even think of it. The island is off limits. The Indian Government has prohibited entry on this island. The Sentinelese people are very violent and they keep on attacking or protesting in ways of their own if there is an invasion of their territory.

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2. UNO-IN Hotel, Bangalore

UNO-IN Hotel was established in Bangalore in the year 2012. The weird part is that being situated on Indian grounds, the hotel doesn’t allow Indians to reside or visit the premises (apart from the employees). The hotel strictly entertains Japanese people only.

However, the hotel is now closed down on the grounds of racism. But, it makes me curious as to why was the institution so against Indians.

3. Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan

Bhangarh Fort in Rajasthan is allowed to have visitors only during the morning hours. The fort is off limits after sunset and before sunrise due to paranormal activities. If you are caught on the premises during the prohibited hours, you would have to face legal trials.

Although the fort is open to visitors when the sun is out, it still is dangerous and visitors are expected to stick to the path paved by the government for the tour of the fort. Fascinating right?

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