Baba Harbhajan Singh was an Indian army soldier who died by drowning in a fast flowing stream in the year 1968. Search was made but his body was not found for days. One night, his fellow soldier had a dream about Baba Harbhajan Singh, where the latter informed the former about his tragic accident, his body's whereabouts and his wish to have his samadhi made. Much to everyone's surprise, the body was found at the exact spot where Baba Harbhajan informed his peer via the dream and later, a samadhi was made.
Army men from both sides of the border believe to have seen a man riding on a horse every night, keeping a vigil. To this date, Baba Harbhajan Singh warns the army of any dangerous activities across the border via dreams.
There is a temple dedicated to the Baba called Baba Mandir. All the belongings of Baba are kept there in a separate room, along with other necessities that a person normally uses. The temple sees worshippers throughout the year paying their respects to Baba.
The wild man who disappears into thin air
The Yeti or Bon Manchi or Migou as it's called by the many names in Sikkim has confounded scientists and has been a subject of fascination among travellers.
According to legends, Bon Manchi is a 4-5 feet tall hairy creature who uses two legs for walking and can vanish into thin air. Locals are ardent believers of his existence and say that they have even heard his loud whistles.
A hidden paradise in the foothills of mount Kanchenjunga