Magnetic Hill

Magnetic Hill, Anti Gravity Hill in Himalayas

India is not only a matter of culture but also a tempting nature. The magic of India, there is a hill that has anti-gravity Earth, Magnetic Hill.

Ladakh may still be unfamiliar to the traveler’s ear. This area is located in the eastern part of the government of Jammu and Kashmir. Landdisposition.com from various sources, Ladakh became the highest residential area on Earth. This is because Ladakh has an extraordinary view. But that is not what this article will discuss.

Landdisposition wants to introduce an area called Magnetic Hill. Magnetic Hill is precisely located on the Leh-Kargil-Baltic National Highway in the Trans-Himalayan region. To the east of Magnetic Hill flows the Sindhu River.

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There is a point between these hills called Magnetic Hill. With the Magnetic Hill signboard, the empty road between the hills is the target of tourists. Yes, as the name suggests, Magnetic Hill is an area that has magnetic power. To prove it, place the vehicle (recommended car) on the marked road.

Turn off the engine and enter neutral gear. The vehicle will slowly move towards a large hill at a speed of 20 km / h. Though the road to the hill uphill. There are several theories that are still being debated on Magnetic Hill. The first theory is the phenomenon of anti-gravity. According to this theory, these hills emit a large amount of magnetic energy.

This theory is the most widely accepted by the public. But there is still one more theory, called optical illusion. On the contrary, this theory is very contrary to the phenomenon of anti-gravity. According to this theory, the hill has no magnetic force. Optical illusions cause the downward slope leading to the hill to look like a hill. Even though the slope is a derivative.

Although there are two theories being debated, local Leh residents in Ladakh have other beliefs. The myth is that this region has a path to heaven. Those who do not deserve to go to heaven will be pulled back towards the hills while those who are accepted will walk up.

In honor of local beliefs, just across the Magnetic Hill sign, a small temple was built. A traveler who wants to try this magical phenomenon can drive from Leh with a distance of 30 km.

Things To Do in Ladakh

In addition to anti-gravity hills, there are many other things that a traveler can explore. Starting from the Nubra Valley, Thiksay Monastry, Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace (residence of the Dalai Lama), until the Sindhu river.

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