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Did you know: Such places within India, where you are not allowed to go

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We are Independent in our country and we can travel anywhere in our country without any interruption. The law of the country has also given us this fundamental right that we can move to any part of India. But you would be surprised to know that there are such places in India where there is no rule of a constitution.

There is a ban on the entry of Indians to these places. If you are thinking that this work is of some administrative officer or government, then you are wrong. The government can not do this because doing so would be unconstitutional.

Places in India that are bann for indians

Free Kasol Cafe, Kasol:

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Also Read: The Town Where Men Are Banned

Some beaches of “Goa”:

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Some beaches of “Puducherry”:

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