MOST AMAZING FACTS ABOUT INDIA


AMAZIN INDIA FACTS

AMAZING FACTS ABOUT INDIA

No matter how much you learn about India, you can’t know enough.
The country’s diversity has tons of incredible but true facts waiting to be revealed.
Here are some surprising facts about India that will make you fall in love with the
country.

The Number of People Travelling in the Indian Railways Every Day is Equal to
the Population of Australia. Connecting more than 7,172 stations, the Indian
Railways are the largest rail network in Asia carrying over 23 million passengers
daily in 12,617 trains.

The woman nicknamed ‘the human calculator’ is from India. Shakuntala
Devi from Bangaluru in India earned a mention in the 1982 Guinness Book of
World Records when she multiplied two, thirteen digit numbers and gave the
the correct answer in 28 seconds. The genius mental calculator was aptly nicknamed,
‘the human calculator’.

India is home to a floating post office. India has the largest number of post offices
in the world. Like that didn’t make India exclusive enough, there is a floating post
office in a boat in Kashmir, India. The post office is on the famous and picturesque
Dal Lake, a mainstay of Kashmir tourism, and the floating post office make it
even more unique.

Temples of India

Awarded by the World Book of Records, the Golden Temple of Amritsar is the
most visited place in the world with over one lakh devotees flocking at the
shrine every single day.

There is a temple of rats in India. It happens only in India! The Karni Mata
Temple in Rajasthan is home to thousands of rats whom pilgrims consider to
be their ancestors and worship, making it one of the strangest attractions of
India and also one of the most unknown facts about India as well.

There is a skeleton lake called Roopkund in India. Locally was known as the
mystery lake or the skeleton lake, Uttarakhand’s Roopkund is infamous for

hundreds of human skeletons found at the bottom of the lake and in the
surrounding areas.

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