15 Mysterious Facts about Andaman Islands…!!

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are one of the most mysterious places on earth. Unlike other popular tropical destinations in the world, most of these islands are still completely undeveloped. There are about 572 islands, of which only about 36 are inhabited. It is issued only for research and inspection purposes, making it difficult for tourists to get there. These islands are one of the few places where history is still completely dark. We really don’t know how the indigenous people got there.

scintillating andaman

Read the story about Sentinelese, they are not only the most isolated but also the most hostile people on the planet!!

They are skilled shooters with strong physiques and strong muscles. They have not let anyone in or out of the 50 square kilometer island for at least four hundred years.!!! When people evolve in other parts of the world, they settle there!

Believe me, they are different from the indigenous people of Brazil or Papua New Guinea. You can read it elsewhere. The wildlife of the Andaman is also unique. Crocodiles, heavier turtles, longer snakes, more colorful fish and the most beautiful butterflies! You can find it all here.

Here we show 15 amazing facts about the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, which you have never known..

  • “Andaman” and “Nicobar” come from Malay, “Adam” comes from the Malay language of the Hindu god Hanuman, and “Nicobar” means “land of nakedness”. The most widely spoken language on the island is not Andaman or Nicobar.

  • The most widely spoken language here is Bengali, followed by Hindi, Tamil, Telegu and Malayalam.
  • The tribes living on these islands do not interact with outsiders. The inhabitants of these islands mainly belong to the Jarwa tribe, affectionately called Adivasi.

  • North Sentinel Island is one of the most isolated populations in the world. The largest sea turtles nest here. These islands are home to countless marine cultures, but the most famous of them are.

  • These are the sea turtle Dermocheleys Coriacea, where the world’s largest sea turtle nests. They are so big that thousands of people flock to the Andaman Islands every year. In addition, even Olive Ridely turtles will come to the Andaman Islands and use them as nesting sites.
Fish in water, Andaman Island, India.
  • I usually do say this Commercial fishing is prohibited in the Andaman Islands. Yes, this is good news, because this is one of the few places in the world where fish die and spend their lives due to old age.
  • The largest existing arthropod, Birgus Latro, “Coconut Crab” lives here. These crabs are also called coconut crabs because they eat young coconuts. They are big and hate water. In South Asia, the largest number of these crabs are found on the Andaman Islands.
  • The 20-rupee note depicts a scene in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The landscape on our red 20 rupee banknote shows the natural beauty of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

  • The two islands of Andaman are named after officials of the East India Company. These are Havelock Island and Neil Island.
  • During World War II, the Andaman and Nicobar Islands were the only areas in India occupied by Japan. Japan occupied parts of northeastern India, but it lasted only six months. Surprisingly, these islands were occupied by Japan for three years.
  • The national animal of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is the dugong. Dugongs are a special marine mammal and are very afraid of mating. There are only five breeding centers for these marine animals, and Andaman is one of them. You can see them in Little Andaman

  • These islands are a place of happiness for butterflies.Many butterflies flock to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands from nearby tropical islands. Thousands of butterflies migrate to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
  • The Indian government also issued stamps to commemorate the swarms of butterflies on the island. These islands won first place.

  • The dawn of the millennium At the beginning of the millennium, the Cachar Islands were fortunate to be the first place to receive sunlight.
  • India’s only active volcano is in Andaman The only active volcano in South Asia is in Andaman. And Nicobar Islands. This active volcano is located on Barron Island, 135 kilometers from Port Blair.

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  • Kala Paani – The dark side of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands In the beauty and charm of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, this place has a dark side that none of us want to see. The cruelest prison ever, better known as “Kala Pani”. Today the prison is open to tourists, and the nightly sound and light show gives you the opportunity to explore the area.