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India's Most Dangerous Places

Dumas Beach is considered haunted, with reports of strange whispers and sudden temperature drops. Its spooky reputation deters visitors after dark

Dumas Beach, Gujarat

Dras faces extreme cold, with temperatures dropping to -45°C. The harsh climate, avalanches, and geopolitical sensitivity make it a treacherous area

Dras, Kashmir

Abandoned overnight in the 19th century, Kuldhara is believed to be cursed. The eerie silence and worn structures prevent visitors from staying after sunset

Kuldhara, Rajasthan

At 5,359 meters, Khardung La is notorious for unpredictable weather, thin air, and rugged terrain. Avalanches and altitude sickness pose significant risks

Khardung La, Ladakh

Kolli Hill Road, known for its 70 hairpin bends, challenges drivers with narrow, winding paths, frequent fog, and landslides, making it a difficult route

Kolli Hill Road, Tamil Nadu

Surrounded by human skeletons, Roopkund Lake's remote location and high altitude create a haunting and unsettling destination

Roopkund Lake, Uttarakhand

Rohtang Pass is prone to sudden snowstorms, avalanches, and landslides. Its narrow, winding roads with steep drops require skilled navigation

Rohtang Pass, Himachal Pradesh

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