Floating Post Office? 6 Fascinating Floating Wonders Of India!

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6 Mind-Boggling Floating Wonders Of India

Floating post office, floating Basketball Court, Floating River island?  Yes! You heard it right. Let’s Just Check 6 floating wonders of India.

India, with over a billion populations from so many different religions and cultures it also has so many mysterious and fun facts under their belt. But they also have some unique floating creations. Some of them are manmade and some of them are gifted by nature.

In this article, we will see

Floating Wonders Of India

  1. Floating Post Office In Dal Lake, Kashmir

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    Floating post office – Source Google

    India has the largest postal network in the world with over 1,55,015. On average, a single post office serves 7,175 Indian people…

    But India is not only known for having the most significant number of post offices in the world but also has a floating post office in Dal Lake, Srinagar. Preached on a houseboat, it also includes a museum.

    Now, I really want to visit this Floating post office once in a lifetime!

  2. Floating Island Resort, Kerala

    Poovar Island Resort is Enveloped in serene Kerala backwaters, flanked by the Arabian Sea on the East and the majestic towering Ghats to the West, opening out to the ocean and a dream golden beach, Poovar Island Resort is a tropical paradise.

    Swaying coconut palms, endless golden sands, the ultramarine of the ocean, emerald backwaters, crimson sunsets, and lush green vegetation create a magical ambiance around you.

    The distinctive Kerala resort is the ideal remote getaway location for a quiet holiday in spectacular natural surroundings. You can choose between floating cottages and land cottages for accommodation at the charming Kerala Ayurveda resort and enjoy a boat cruise along the palm-fringed shores of bewitching backwaters.

  3. Floating Basketball Court, Mumbai

    floating basket ball court
    Floating Basketball Court

    The National Basketball Association (NBA) brought the first floating basketball court to India in the Arabian Sea near the Bandra Worli Sealink, Mumbai.

  4. Floating National park, Manipur

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    Floating National Park – Keibul Lamjao National Park

    The Keibul Lamjao National Park is the only floating park in the world located in the Manipur, North-Eastern state of India. It is an integrated part of Loaktak Lake and covers an area of 15.4 sq. mi…

  5. Floating Largest River Island, Assam

    Majuli is the river island in the Brahmaputra river, Assam. Majuli is listed as the world’s largest river island by the Guinness Book of world records. In 2016 it became the first island to be named as a district in India. In the 20th century, it had an area of 340 sq. mi but due to erosion it decreases significantly and left with only 136 sq. mi.

  6. Floating Rocks Of Ram Setu, Rameshwaram

    Floating Rocks of rama setu
    Floating Rocks of Rama Setu

    According to the Ramayana, Lord Rama went to Lanka on a floating bridge commonly known as Rama Setu. Guess what? If you do not believe it, then check the floating rocks found in the Hanuman temple of Rameswaram and let the mind blown!!

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