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In India there are many places where Indians are not allowed to visit. It’s shocking but true. Surprisingly these places are open for foreigners but not by Indians.

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In India there are many places where Indians are not allowed to visit. It’s shocking but true. Surprisingly these places are open for foreigners but not by Indians.
1. Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan
Bhangarh Fort in Rajasthan is considered one of the haunted places not only in India but in the world. It is located in the Alwar district of Rajasthan; It is believed that if a person enters the fort after sunset, he/she will never ever come out of it. Tourists are not allowed to enter the fort before sunrise and after sunset.

2. Siachen Glacier, Kashmir
The Siachen Glacier is a glacier located in the eastern Karakoram range in the Himalayas where the Line of Control between India and Pakistan ends. The glacier's region is the highest battleground on Earth and common people are not permitted.


3. Cholamu Lake, North Sikkim
14th highest lake in the world and the highest lake in India, the Cholamu Lake in North Sikkim. One needs to get Restricted/Protected area permit (RAP), even to visit Gurudongmar lake we need to get Inner Line Permit (ILP).


4. Puducherry Beaches
Same like Beaches in Goa, Some of the Pondicherry beaches do not entertain Indians. There are beaches, shacks, and restaurants that serve only foreigners and do not welcome Indians.

5. Beaches in Goa
There are certain beaches in Goa where only foreigners are allowed. Unlike Baga and Calangute, Anjuna is fairly less crowded and less noisy with lesser establishments occupying the beach area. Here you hardly see any Indians. The restriction is not from the government it is said that the beach is protected by the lusty eye of Indians who become curious to see foreigners in a swimsuit.




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