Strange customs and traditions are adopted in some parts of our country. The village where the wedding ceremony was held for the first time after 50 years, the villages with dual citizenship, etc. are here for you.

Sep 12, 2022 | 8:12 PM

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Sep 12, 2022 | 8:12 PM

Strange customs and traditions are adopted in some parts of our country.  The village where the wedding ceremony was held for the first time after 50 years, the villages with dual citizenship, etc. are here for you.

Strange customs and traditions are adopted in some parts of our country. The village where the wedding ceremony was held for the first time after 50 years, the villages with dual citizenship, etc. are here for you.

Langwa villagers in Nagaland have dual citizenship.  As the village is right on the India-Myanmar border, many of its residents have dual citizenship.

Langwa villagers in Nagaland have dual citizenship. As the village is right on the India-Myanmar border, many of its residents have dual citizenship.

Houses in Shani Singanapur village in Maharashtra have no doors.  People there live freely without fear of theft.

The village of Badwa Kala in Bihar has not married a single person for the past 50 years.  This village is also known as 'Village of Bachelors'.  In fact, there is a 10 km hilly road to reach this village.  Due to the lack of a proper road, no one dared to give birth to the people of this village.  But in 2017, a man named Ajay Kumar Yadav got married for the first time and brought his wife to Kapura after the hills were removed and a 6 km road was laid.

Village Of Bachelors Carve

Almost everyone in Mathur village of Shivmogga district in Karnataka speaks Sanskrit.  Kannada language is widely spoken in this South Indian state.  However, unlike the mother tongue, Sanskrit language has been widely used in this village for years.


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