October 3, 2022
Somewhere after 50 years of marriage or dual citizenship, these are some strange villages of India


India has a deep connection with civilizations, cultures and interesting history. But do you know that in this country with thousands of villages, there are some villages with which unique and interesting things are connected. Know about these strange villages…



TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Manish Reswal



Sep 11, 2022, 6:30 PM IST





India may have thousands of villages, but there are some such unusual villages, to which some or the other strange stories are associated.  Somewhere there has not been a marriage for 50 years, then somewhere people have got citizenship of two countries.  Learn about them...

India may have thousands of villages, but there are some such unusual villages, to which some or the other strange stories are associated. Somewhere there has not been a marriage for 50 years, then somewhere people have got citizenship of two countries. Learn about them…

Mattur, Karnataka: Most of the people in Mattur village in Shivamogga district of Karnataka speak only in Sanskrit language.  Kannada is spoken in most parts of the southern Indian state of Karnataka, but speaking in Sanskrit is a strange thing in this village.

Mattur, Karnataka: Most of the people in Mattur village in Shivamogga district of Karnataka speak only in Sanskrit language. Kannada is spoken in most parts of the southern Indian state of Karnataka, but speaking in Sanskrit is a strange thing in this village.

Barwan Kala Village Bihar: After 50 years in 2017, a procession ceremony was organized in this village.  It is very strange how this can happen.  It is said that the only way to reach the village was a 10-km trek and due to this the procession could not come.  But people built the road by digging the road and after years a procession ceremony was organized here.

Barwan Kala Village Bihar: After 50 years in 2017, a procession ceremony was organized in this village. It is very strange how this can happen. It is said that the only way to reach the village was a 10-km trek and due to this the procession could not come. But people built the road by digging the road and after years a procession ceremony was organized here.

Longwa Village, Nagaland: Most of the residents of this village have dual citizenship.  Actually, this village falls on the border between India and Myanmar and it is said that people have even dual citizenship.

Longwa Village, Nagaland: Most of the residents of this village have dual citizenship. Actually, this village falls on the border between India and Myanmar and it is said that people have even dual citizenship.

Shani Shingnapur Village, Maharashtra: We have to close its doors while going out of the house or after sleeping at night.  In this village of Maharashtra, people sleep in their homes without closing the doors.  This may sound very strange in terms of security, but people still sleep freely in this village.

Shani Shingnapur Village, Maharashtra: We have to close its doors while going out of the house or after sleeping at night. In this village of Maharashtra, people sleep in their homes without closing the doors. This may sound very strange in terms of security, but people still sleep freely in this village.






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