I walked for around 3.5kms and reached at Vagamon hill point and wanted to go to the far end mountain marked , so asked pol around how to go over there but no one knew and finally one of the hotel guys told me the name of the place is Thangalpara and showed the way around.
So I walked another 3.2 kms to reach there, it was completely isolated, turned a bit foggy before leaving and no soul around , so I kept on walking till the end and realised that it felt like a religious place, kind of a tomb or likewise.
While coming back , I just said maybe if the laws of spirit are present then respond to me and amazingly after sometime I heard the sound coming from the stones.
So I kept on asking questions and said if it's a yes , respond 5 times ( the sound was like Thak Thak , or likewise) and if it's a No just respond two times.
This kept on happening for a while ,and just before I reached back then I realised that the thak thak sound is nothing else but the construction sound coming from a guest house getting built nearby.
Nevertheless,it was an amazing experience and when I came back I met the caretaker of thangal para who explained to me that the place is a tomb of Sheikh Fariduddin, a Sufi saint who had lived and died here 800 years back and after the death of the saint the rock started growing enormously.
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