Best Offbeat Places To Explore In India In The Month Of October
Are you tired of the known tourist’s trails? So hereabouts conferred and positioned the top 8 uninvestigated & offbeat on deck destinations to visit in India in the month of October. The unexplored destinations are presented from various states-:
- Gokarna, Karnataka (Beaches entice!)
- Patan, Gujarat (Old world charisma)
- Mandu, Madhya Pradesh (City of joy)
- Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh (Lamasery skitter)
- Lunglei, Mizoram (Scaffold with quarry)
- Talasari beach, Odisha (Rejuvenate & find slurve)
- Spiti, Himachal Pradesh( A refreshment for the eye)
- Tamhini Ghat, Maharashtra (The bike rider’s heavenly kingdom)
1.) Gokarna, Karnataka-:
Gokarna is situated in the southwestern part of India. It’s just like an island (peninsula) by virtue of it is enclosed with water from 3 sides. It has coastal areas and Gokarna is a pilgrimage center & only a few people visit here because it is unusually and underdeveloped but constantly it is developing. As the center of attraction for the travelers is “The Mahabaleshwara Shiva Temple”, which makes Gokarna a holy & pilgrimage center for Hindu’s(especially Shiv followers) from all over the country. Not only Indians although foreigners are also engrossed to visit this kind of places and get peace of mind.
There are a lot of beaches here such as-: Kudle beach, Om beach, Half-Moon beach, Paradise beach (Rock beach) and obviously Gokarna beach.
However, be concerned about Paradise & Kudle beaches because they’re not ideal for swimming as waves constantly crash violently on the rocky shores.
Have you ever heard about the tagline of Gujarat? Yes, it’s ‘INCREDIBLE GUJARAT’, which shoots at the state of Gujarat completely. Although it has so many ancient cities as well as historical monuments. Recently it became the state with the highest historical monuments and became the UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE CENTER.
Patan is situated in northern part of India in Gujarat state. It was known as the ‘Anahilvada Patan’ the ancient city that served as Gujarat’s capital for over than 600 years.
Patola sarees are very famous in Patan. There are many historical monuments at Patan. The Queen’s stepwell or Rani Ki Vav is the most stunning place and center of attraction for the travelers.
As the Vav remained buried for a long time, its numerous sandstone images embellish the walls which have survived the shatter of time.
3.) Mandu, Madhya Pradesh-:
Mandu is situated in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh in Dhar district. It is an ancient city of forts which is also very famous among few of travelers for it’s Afgan architectural heritage.
In Mandu, the points of interests among travelers are-: Jahaz Mahal, Hindola Mahal, Gateways(Royal Darwaaza), Hoshang Shah’s Tomb, Mandu Fort and Jami Masjid.
Mandu witness to the legendary romance of Rani Roopmati & Baz Bahadur.
As like its name- the Jahaz Mahal is floating over its own reflection in Mandu, it looks like a ship that’s only about to sail. However, this ship made of stone & mortar.
The grand palaces are still alive with the royal gateways which speak of a history of domineering invasion.
4.) Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh-:
Tawang is the birthplace of Dalai Lama. It is located at a height of about 3048 m. and notorious for manifold substantial & beautiful monasteries.
The beautiful town of ‘Tawang’, further conspicuous as ‘Dawang’ which has many sceneries to create your trip a quaint one.
Places to visit in Tawang district are-: Tawang Monastery, Sela Pass, Nuranang Falls, Madhuri Lake, P.T. Tso Lake, Gorichen Lake, Tawang War Memorial and Jaswant Garh.
5.) Lunglei, Mizoram-:
It is situated in the South-central part of Mizoram state in northeastern India. This town is picturesque in itself. Rather than panoramic sightseeing options like monuments or viewpoints, any individual can relish the lush greenery, trekking routes & interacting with the locals here. In Lunglei, hospitality is at its best. Point of interest here is- Khawnglung Wildlife Sanctuary: Spread over an area of 35 sq. km, this wildlife sanctuary is known for its variety of species of wildlife such as- the wild boar, hoolock, gibbon and the sambar deer. this sanctuary is located at a height of 4265.092 feet from sea level.
6.) Talasari beach, Odisha-:
It is located in the state of Odisha in Baleshwar district. The Talasari beach is immaculate, composed and has been entrusted with breathtaking overviews. Talaswari beach gets its name from Tala(rhythm) & Sari(row) which means- ‘The rhythm formed by a good exhibit green belt & golden shine of sands’.
Pristine by annoying tourist rush and pollution, this is one such needed antic, especially if you are looking for peace. All you can do is sit back or lie down & feel the gabbling of the waves & the lovely breeze which calms down your soul.
What do you usually do when your spirit is howling for rejuvenation’You whack into a serene spot and just calm your senses down. This is exactly what you should do at this vestal beach.
Here you can taste a large variety of food near the beach and bike rides(which only costs Rs.50) and some green coconut fresh water which is sufficient for refreshing.
7.) Spiti, Himachal Pradesh-:
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It is popularly known as ‘Fleeting Tibet’, Spiti is snug into Himalayan mountains ranges in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Spiti is surplus surrounded by glaciers, mountains, villages squat on mountains ridge, bizarre old monasteries.
Kunzum La aka Kunzum pass is the entryway to Spiti through Lahaul. Spiti valley is a cold desert mountain valley and especially if you are a mountain person then this valley is impartial perfect for you.
Spiti is full of curiosity and remote areas like many villages as well as old monasteries which attracts visitors to move toward the villages and see the tribe & culture. In Spiti, there is also a place known as “LAAL”, which means ‘Life As A Local’.
Moving towards the points of interests in Spiti is none other than visiting-: Lhalung Monastery, Ancient Marikula Mata Temple, Key Monastery(biggest center of Buddhist learning) and Lossar Village. Here Ladarcha Utsav is very famous among remote areas of Spiti but it is celebrated only in the month of July.
8.) Tamhini Ghat, Maharashtra-:
Tamhini Ghat is a mountain passage located between Mulshi and Tamhini in Maharastra. Tamhini Ghat is noted for its surroundings comprising scenic waterfalls, lakes and dense woods.
There is a temple near this ghat dedicated to the Goddess Vanjai which is a very sacred place. The place has an alluring charm that appeals to the visitors and transmits peace to their mind and soul. Roads look like scenery with lush hilly greeny areas which covers the roads. Riding bikes are the dream for many of us, but it’s a very uncommon place because everyone likes and prefers to visit and explore Ladakh, but here the hills appear deep brown and watching the nature is a treat to the eye.