Lake of No return

#4 of 6 things to do in Changlang

How can you not be attracted to a land filled with mystery? That is exactly what the ' Lake of No Return' has in store for you. It is located on the India-Myanmar border and is locally called Naongxuang. The lake gets its name from the many souls who perished there, during the crash-landing of aircrafts at the time of World-War ΙΙ. While this is part of known fact, local folklore says that one day a villager caught a big fish in the lake and invited the entire village to feast on it, except for an old woman. Angered by this, she left the village and threw her bamboo stick into the lake upside down. By next morning the entire village had gotten submerged and it is said that the bamboo staff still grows inside the lake trapping anything that comes in. Visible from the Pangsau Pass, this lake is called the 'Bermuda Triangle of India'.

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Lake of No return  trip
Lake of No return  trip
Lake of No return  trip
Lake of No return  trip
Lake of No return  trip
Lake of No return  trip