These 5 Villages In India Have The Funniest Names

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
These 5 Villages In India Have The Funniest Names

India is all set to celebrate 75 years of Independence They say India is diverse in every little or big form. You will find anything and everything here. Talk about the most beautiful cities or states or about the cultural and traditional beauty, India has it all. How about funny names of villages? Well, yes we do have them as well. Here is a list of villages in India that have the most weird and funny names in India. 

1. Kutta, Karnataka

On the Madikeri-Mananthavady highway, near to the Kerala border, is where you’ll find Kutta. Well Kutta in hindi means dog but it is a small village in the state of Karnataka near Gonikoppal. The Kutta village is on the entrance of the Nagarhole National Park in Karnataka. A lot of homestays and resorts are found in Kutta because of its peaceful atmosphere. 

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2. Kala Bakra, Punjab

Kala Bakra in Hindi means black goat. The village of Kala Bakra is located in the Punjab state’s Jalandhar district’s Bhogpur development block. It is a very small village with a population of only 2,882 people and the geographical area is only 455 hectares. 

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3. Singapur, Odisha

Want to travel to Singapore, well you can reach there real soon. India has its own Singapur which has the same pronunciation as  the international city, Singapore. The Vizianagaram-Raipur mainline and the Koraput-Rayagada railway line connect at Singapur Road Jn. in Odisha, which is close to Rayagada.

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4. Panauti, Uttar Pradesh

Panauti in Hindi means bad luck or bad omen. So all those people who counted themselves as unlucky or panauti, you guys have a whole village named after you. Panauti is a village in the Pahari Block of the Chitrakoot District of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The Chitrakoot Division owns it.

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5. Daru, Jharkhand

In the Hazaribagh Sadar subdivision of the Hazaribagh district in the Indian state of Jharkhand, there is a village called Daru. Daru in Hindi means alcohol and to all those people who smiled reading the name, this Daru here is not at all a paradise of alcohol in Jharkhand. 

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