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Explore Some of the Unique Villages of India



Calender 07 Jun 2018

Unique Villages of India
Indian is a beautiful country which is known for its gorgeous landscapes. Even Gandhi Ji once said that the soul of India lives in its villages. Moreover, Indian economy is majorly based on agriculture and hence the growth is very much depended on the villages of India. India being a large country lives in her seven hundred thousand villages and each village has their own story which makes them unique. Below is the list of some of the unique villages of India which will definitely make you feel baffled.

Shetpal Village in Maharashtra

Shetpal Village in Maharashtra
Unique Fact: This is the village where snakes are family

Imagine yourself entering a house and you see snakes like cobras welcoming you, Isn’t Disturbing and Weird? Yes, right! If you want to encounter the same situation then visit Shetpal which is popularly called as village of snakes. In this village snakes roam freely like pets and even cobras can be seen in the homes of this village. It is one of the unique villages of India which can make anyone scared.

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Mattur Village in Karnataka

Mattur Village in Karnataka
Unique Fact: In this village Sanskrit is a way of life

Do you remember the days when Sanskrit used to suck like hell and every time Sanskrit period comes you feel like bunking that? So, if you were like this in your school days and Sanskrit is the subject you always wanted to get rid of then visit Mattur village of Karnataka. It is the only village in whole country where 90% of the residents converse in Sanskrit in daily routine. Pretty unusual isn’t? True, and that’s what makes it unique village of India which is trying to keep the ancient language alive.

Rangdoi Village in Assam

Rangdoi Village in Assam
Unique Fact: In this village of India frogs are married off for rainfall

In Indian one can come across plethora of superstitious beliefs and the one from Rongdoi is something never heard of. The locals of this village of India marry off wild frogs in order to please the God of Rain. This interesting fact of frogs’ marriage makes Rongdoi unique village of India.

Barwaan Kala Village in Bihar

Barwaan Kala Village in Bihar
Unique Fact: This village of India is also called as village of bachelors

Indian is a country which is well known for big fat weddings but in this country there is a remote village in Kaimur hills which had not witnessed any wedding since past 50 years. The poor infrastructure makes this village unpopular amongst the females. There are around 150 bachelors in this village of India in the age group of 16-80. This unique village of India welcomes its first bride in the year 2017 in March.

Kuldhara Village in Rajasthan

Kuldhara Village in Rajasthan
Unique Fact: This village is popular for being haunted and cursed

You all must have heard several horror stories of deserted forts but this amazing village of India has its own spine chilling tale which makes it one of the unique villages of India. Kuldhara was once a prosperous village which was inhabited by Paliwal Brahmins but now it lies cursed and abandoned since years. The people of this village fled because of the brutal acts of Diwan once upon a time. Since then the village is haunted and uninhabited.

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Shani Shignapur Village in Maharashtra

Mohiniyattam, Kerala
Unique Fact: This village is known for not having doors even the banks of this village don’t have any door.

Are you daring enough to sleep without locking the main gate of your home? No, right! But the residents of Shani Shingnapur village in Maharashtra do this every day. The home in this village doesn’t have any door; forget doors in home but the banks in this village are also without doors. This village is one of the unique village in India as it houses very first lock less bank in the whole country.

Kodinhi Village in Kerala

Kodinhi Village in Kerala
Unique Fact: This village has more than 400 twins.

Kodinhi is a famous and mysterious village nestled in Malappuraam district of Kerala. This village is a mystery village of India as out of 2500 people living in this village 414 were born as twins or triplets. Kodinhi has one of the highest twinning rates in the world and that’s what makes this village a unique and mysterious village. Plan a visit to Kerala by booking holiday packages from EaseMyTrip.

Punsari Village in Gujarat

Punsari Village in Gujarat
Unique Fact: This village is basically a modern village with all modern amenities

Around ten years ago the village was completely opposite of what it is today. It was a village which didn’t even have clean drinking water and electricity now boasts all the modern facilities like Wi-Fi, CCTV cameras, solar powered street lights, health centers and everything which you witness in a developed city.

Hiware Bazaar Village in Maharashtra

Hiware Bazaar Village in Maharashtra
Unique Fact: This village of India is the village of millionaires

In between the most drought prone and poorest regions in India, lies a wonder village which is fondly called as ‘Village of Millionaires’ as this amazing village has no poor farmer. It is one of the richest villages in India and out of 235 families 60 families are millionaires and this amazing fact makes Hiware Bazaar one of the unique villages in India.

Mawlynnong Village in Meghalaya

Mawlynnong Village in Meghalaya
Unique Fact: It is the cleanest village in Asia

This serene and gorgeous small hamlet is situated in East Khasi Hills made the country proud long before the famous ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ started. Back in the year 2003, Mawlynnong got the title of Asia’s cleanest village.

Jambur Village in Gujarat

Jambur Village in Gujarat
Unique Fact: This is an African village in Gujarat

Jambur is a village in the dense Gir forest which will make you feel like as if you’re in Africa. This village is a home to the Siddi tribe mainly Bantu people of sub-Saharan Africa. These people majorly follow most of the Indian rituals but it still adheres to strict marriage rules within their own tribe. This tribe also speaks fluent Gujarati and celebrates all the Indian festivals.

Mayong Village in Assam

Mayong Village in Assam
Unique Fact: This village is a land of witchcraft and magic

Myong is a village which is nestled near Guwahati is famous for celebrating black magic. This unique village of India has a community of 100 odd magicians and the locals of this village believe that one can achieve anything with the help of Tantricism. This village is also nicknamed as ‘India’s Black Magic Capital’.

Khonoma The Green Village in Nagaland

Khonoma The Green Village in Nagaland
Unique Fact: It is the first green village in India

Khonoma village is situated in Nagaland and it is first green village in the whole country which is nestled in the western part of Kohima district. This stunning village is well known for its clean environment with proper sanitation system, green aura and jhum cultivation.

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Malana Ancient Indian Village in Himachal Pradesh

Malana Ancient Indian Village in Himachal Pradesh
Unique Fact: This village is considered to be one of the first democracies in the world

Malana is a gorgeous ancient Indian village which is situated in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. This place is quite isolated and Malana is considered to be one of the first democracies in the whole world and this fact makes Malana one of the unique village of India.

Piplantri Village in Rajasthan

Piplantri Village in Rajasthan
Unique Fact: In this village birth of female child is celebrated by planting 111 trees in her honor

This village of Rajasthan gained popularity and fame because of a very positive and great initiative taken by the former village leader Shyam Sundar Paliwal. In Piplantri village the birth of female child is celebrated by planting 111 trees in her honor and that’s what makes this village unique in its own way.

Kila Raipur Village in Punjab

Kila Raipur Village in Punjab
Unique Fact: This village is known for the rural Olympics of India or Kila Raipur sports festival

Kila Raipur is a popular village situated in Ludhiana. This village of India is quite famous for its annual Kila Raipur Sports Festival or the Rural Olympic of India. The sports festival of this village also welcomes hundreds of sports enthusiasts from different corners.

Kathewadi Art of Living Model Village in Maharashtra

Kathewadi Art of Living Model Village in Maharashtra
Unique Fact: This village transformed from alcoholism to model of village

Kathewadi village is nestled in Deglur Tehsil of Nanded and this village of India transformed from alcoholism to model of village. The Art of Living Foundation has adopted this village and converted it.

Pthanikkad Village in Kerala

Pthanikkad Village in Kerala
Unique Fact: This village of Kerala has achieved 100% literacy in India.

Pothanikkad was once a village of forest with wild buffaloes and elephants but now this village is one of the most educated and culturally advanced villages in whole Kerala.

Raghurajpur Heritage Crafts Village in Odisha

Raghurajpur Heritage Crafts Village in Odisha
Unique Fact: This village is known for its Gotipua dance troupes and master Pattachitra painters

This enticing village is a heritage crafts village in Puri district and is a home to crafts like palm leaf engravings and Tussar paintings. It is another unique village in India which is famous for art and craft materials.

Chappar Pro Female Village in Haryana

Chappar Pro Female Village in Haryana
Unique Fact: Sweets are distributed in this village on every birth of female child

It is another famous village in Haryana which celebrates the birth of girls and is quite popular for spreading a positive message of saving girl child. The sarpanch of the panchayat in Chappar village distributes sweets when a girl child is born in this village.

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