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These Are The Deadliest Places In India That Are Spellbindingly Gorgeous

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India is a beautiful country to visit. When foreigners are dying hard to visit India, people of India are eyeing on foreign tourism. In this entire world, India is the most beautiful country that also has many divine and spiritual places.

However, there are some places you can’t visit even though those places are filled with immense natural beauty. Yes, there are such places in India. Here are the 10 deadliest places in India that are spellbindingly gorgeous

1. Silent Valley National Park, Kerala

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Silent Valley National Park which is the tropical evergreen forests of the national park is bestowed with un-spoilt natural beauty. However, due to a recent Maoist attack here, the place has been a considerable decline in the tourist influx.

 

2. Aksai Chin, Jammu and Kashmir

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Aksai Chin lies further to the east and is known as the Line of Actual Control (LAC) which passes through the famous Pangong Tso Lake of Ladakh. LAC separates the Indian-controlled state of J&K from the Chinese-controlled area. Even though the place is beautiful, it is referred to as one of the most dangerous places in the world.

 

3. Tura, Meghalaya

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Vibrant tribes, picturesque landscapes, gushing waterfalls, eerie limestone caves makes Tura. But there is enough terrorism too. The place has been the victim of some of the most notorious terrorist organizations of Northeast.

 

4. Phulbani, Odisha

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Phulbani is filled with charming waterfalls and picturesque landscapes. But this place is affected by Maoists.

 

5. Chambal River Basin, Madhya Pradesh

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The unmatched beauty of Chambal always fancied the creativity of Bollywood movie makers since a long time. However, the danger of falling prey to the regional dacoits is still quite possible.

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