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11 Places In India where Indians are Banned

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11 Places In India where Indians aren’t allowed to visit

 

We always want to explore places which we haven’t explored before, be it alone or with family or friends. especially if we are travelling to a new town, we like to discover new places. However, generally visiting unknown places can land us in deep hassle.

There are several places across the country where folks aren’t allowed to visit or you may need a permit to visit there. some of the places are extremely risky because it may cause harm to our lives. There are places where folks have witnessed some strange and weird paranormal activities due to which people are restricted to visit there.

 

Take a glance at the seven places here:

 

  1. Tunnel No. 33 on Shimla-Kalka Railway Line

Tunnel No. 33
Tunnel No. 33 

 

Tunnel No. 33 next to the Shimla Kalka train way ranks amongst the most possessed places in the country. The tunnel is considered to be haunted and folks aren’t allowed to visit here.

 

 

       2.Dow Hill Girls’ School at Kurseong in Darjeeling, Assam

Dow Hill Girls’ School at Kurseong in Darjeeling, Assam
Dow Hill Girls’ School at Kurseong in Darjeeling, Assam

 

The Dow Hill Girls’ hostel and Victoria Boys’ school, both in Darjeeling, are said to be haunted. The residents have even witnessed a boy without a head in the premises.

 

 

        3.P Block, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh

P Block, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh
 P Block, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh

 

If you thought ghosts are tedious and fed up souls intended to linger so until the end of the time, you have to visit GP Block in Meerut.

 

 

        4.Foreigners Beach Only, Goa

Foreigners Beach
Foreigners Beach

 

As you know, Goa world-renowned traveller place for folks around the world, as the people from the western world are free minded they don’t shy to roam in the two-piece if they find a beach. several of the beaches are owned by the local folks of Goa that allow and open their respective beaches for the foreigners only. the motive behind this policy is because of the Indian way of thinking and the staring habit at the foreigners in two-piece and which makes the tourists uncomfortable.

 

 

        5.Kuldhara Village, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Kuldhara Village
Kuldhara Village

 

Kuldhara is an additional ghostly place in the state of Rajasthan, which attracts quite a many travellers in search for adventure with a significant twist.

 

 

     6.Freekasol café, Himachal Pradesh

Freekasol café
Freekasol café

Kasol is one amongst the hot favourite destinations of North India. it’s well-known for its peace and laid-back attitude. however, a cafe in Kasol named Free Kasol discriminates against people by refusing to serve Indian customers. simply because the owner’s loyalty doesn’t lie with Indians! This restaurant became infamous after a story of its owners refused to serve AN Indian WHO had gone there to eat with his foreigner friend went viral on social media.

 

 

      7.Mukesh Mills, Mumbai

Mukesh Mills, Mumbai
    Mukesh Mills, Mumbai

 

This is one of the most haunted places in Mumbai and folks are strictly recommended to avoid visiting here, especially post sunset. you must have noticed this place in numerous movies and ad commercials. There are stories about things getting lost, crew members hearing voices and actors getting possessed.

 

 

    8.Foreigners-only Beach, Pondicherry

Foreigners-only Beach, Pondicherry
Foreigners-only Beach, Pondicherry

 

Pondy, as magnificently referred to, has certain beaches where Indians aren’t allowed to enter. Pretty shocking! considering they’re Indian Beaches! There are visible rope/barricade demarcations created by the shack and cafe owners to prevent Indians from entering.

 

 

    9.The UNO-IN Hotel, Bangalore, Karnataka

The UNO-IN Hotel
The UNO-IN Hotel

 

Constructed in the year 2012 in Bangalore but being Japanese based mostly and biased, was absolutely dead-set on serving just the Japanese which means this cafe was restricted to the foreign population. after an investigation was administered by the police, fortunately, the cafe was eventually shut-down, after only 2 years, on the grounds of racial discrimination! Hmph!!

 

 

    10.Highlands Lodge (name changed), Chennai, Tamil Nadu:

Highlands Lodge (name changed), Chennai
Highlands Lodge (name changed), Chennai

 

Even if the signboard on the outside says, “Welcome, Namaste, pray stay at this worthy lodge” however there’s only entry allowed to those with an overseas passport! The hotel, was once a Nawab’s residence about 161 years ago, is now open to only for the “firangis” as the rickshaw-walas call them, the fact of this whole case is that we, Indians would rather stay and prefer places with higher facilities for the same costly pricing than the foreigners, who pay a good total to stay at run-down places like these, to get the feel of stay in “the real India”!

 

 

    11.Sakura Ryokan Restaurant, Ahmedabad

Sakura Ryokan Restaurant, Ahmedabad
Sakura Ryokan Restaurant, Ahmedabad

 

To think that Indians would be sympathizing with the Japanese and not their very own, Indians is quite shocking, to say the least, well, here’s one such cafe. this particular Japanese cafe began although with a low-profile hotel on Gokuldham Sanand Road in Ahmedabad; it’s still out of bounds for Indian folks and only Japanese are welcome here. The Indian owner of this place cited that all his staff are from the north-east and that he receives many Japanese guests at his cafe. Allegedly, the persistent ogling by the Indian customers forced him to make the change. Well, quite an unreasonable reason!

 

So the next time you visit these cities, never try to step in these places.

Was this post useful? Do leave a comment. If you have already been to these 11 Places, leave a  comment on your experience and suggestions if you have got any.

You Can also read My Blog on Travel Destinations For Single People

 

Author- Wandering-Pilgrim

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Desi-Ghumakkar

Travel makes one modest, you see what a tiny space you occupy in the world. My name is Aamir Khan. I'm a social guy from India with a big smile and 4 passions: People, Travel, Food and Social Media. August 2018 I decided to combine my passions and started a unique social travel project around India.

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