weird things in india

Weird Things That Only Happen In India:

Public urination and dedication:

Public Urination
Public Urination

There are so many weird things in India few are mentioned. In India especially in the villages, toilets are hard to find. So it isn’t wired to find many people walking around the field with buckets of water and doing their business. But in the cities, people have no issue with public urination and defecation.

street wall paintings
street wall paintings

The issue had become such a problem that the government and business owners have restored to painting deities on their walls and buildings in order to prevent a stinky present bring left nearby.

Baby tossing:

As a way to obtain good luck and health, every December, people will give their babies to priests, who will then toss them off the top of a Temple that is around 200 feet high. There are people waiting below with a cloth to catch the baby and then pass it around the crowd in celebration. The government is looking to ban the practice given how dangerous it is.

Indian Railways:

Indian railways
Indian railways

The train is one is the most important methods of transportation in India and also the most weird thing in India. This means that nearly anyone and everyone is using the train.

Crowded railway station
Crowded railway station

As you approach the platform, chaos ensues as people struggle to get off the train as well as get on. You’ll see people pushing to get a seat in a chair, and will even grab onto windows and railings to Hitch a ride in the Indian “super train”

Nuisance detectors:

spitting guthka
spitting guthka

Another weird thing in India they have nuisance detectors which keep eye on people who spit on the roads. According to a Mumbai bylaw, spitting in public without the presence of a spittoon is very illegal. India’s government employs special nuisance detectors or spit inspectors to catch people in the middle of the act of spitting, littering, or urinating in public and fine them.

Piercings and hookings:

piercing
piercing

Piercings in India are greatly different from traditional Western piercings. it is also a weird thing in India For one, instead of using studs and small Hooks, the people of India use long skewers and Barbs made of metal or wood. They will Pierce their cheeks or their tongues as an act of devotion during the Thaipusam festival as well as request help from Murugan, a Hindu God. People will also Pierce their backs with hooks, weighed down with limes. Typically this event takes place in January or February.

Oldest mothers:

Indian Mothers
Indian Mothers

In India, it is quite weird, the women value, worth, and the state of existence is dependent on whether or not you have children. Because of this mother in India are having babies at an older age every day. And we’re not talking about women in their 40’s and 50’s. Women in their 70’s have been using fertility treatments and in-vitro in order to have babies.

Omkara sing and his wife
Oldest parents

OMKARI SINGH was 70 years old when she gave birth to her son, and husband was 83.

Lack of locks:

Shani Shingnapur door less houses
Shani Shingnapur door less houses

Another weird thing got captured on time when world hear that in the city of shani shingnapur people do not have doors and one who has a door they do not have a locks. The residents of Shani Shingnapur in the town of Maharashtra don’t lock their doors or windows because they believe that their valuables are protected by Lord Shani.

shingnapur bank
shingnapur bank

Even the first commercial Bank in the area, called UCO Bank, doesn’t even have a lock on its front door.

The marriage of animals:

frog marriage
frog marriage

It is well known that the people of India worship and value their animals. But it is also believed that animals have God-like powers and can help you out in times of need. Frog Marriages is recognized by holy men in India and is used as a way to stop a drought and bring on the rain. On the same token, a man named P.sevlakumar married a dog named Selvi as a way to lift a curse. He believed was imposed on him after he stoned two dogs to death in his younger years.

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