If you come to know that there are some places in India where Indians themselves are not allowed to enter, than what will be your reaction? Surely you will get shocked. It seems hard to believe, but yes, this is true. It has been 70 years since India became an independent country and it is really shocking to know that there are still several places exist in India. Interesting thing is most of these places are run by Indians themselves. They allow entry to only foreigners and Indians with a foreign passport.
Here we are sharing the list of such 5 places located in India where Indians are banned from entering.
1. Free Kasol Cafe
Free Kasol Cafe is located in Himachal Pradesh’s Kasol village in Kullu district. It is one of those places that doesn’t serve Indian visitors. The cafe came into limelight before two years when the cafe owner denied services to an Indian women without having passport.
2. “Foreigner-only” beaches of Goa
As we all know that Goa is the most favorite beach destination in India. Many of the beaches and shacks in Goa doesn’t allow Indian citizens to enter the premises openly. A popular shack at Arambol beach doesn’t gives it’s rooms on rent to Indians as they think Indians are “perennial lechers”.
3. Uno-In Hotel, Bangalore
The hotel was started in 2012 in Bangalore and was allegedly set up only to entertain the Japanese people in India.As the hotel was exclusively build for the Japanese, Indians were banned from entering the hotel. In the year 2014, the hotel got shut down by the Greater Bangalore City Corporation on the complaints by the local people regarding racial discrimination.
4.Broadlands Hotel, Chennai
There is an hotel in Chennai which doesn’t allows guests with Indian passport. According to a 2010 report by a leading channel, only Indians who have foreign passports can land a room here.
5.Russian colony, Kundankulam
According to some claims, there is a Russian colony in the residential complex of the Kundankulam Nuclear Power Project where Indians are not allowed. This colony accommodates many Russian citizens working for the Power Project, and is self-sustaining with houses, hotels, club houses, et al.