“There is always fear, uncertainty, darkness and opacity for people who are unsure ki आगे क्या करना है ?,” Opines Celebrated Business Astrologer™, Astro-Strategist, Business Consultant and Adviser, Hirav Shah
There are many businessmen, traders, sportspeople, entertainers, politicians, corporate people etc.. who face the same and after reaching a point in life, nothing works out for them. They feel all doors are closed. They feel scared of taking any future action. Scared of what? Scared of failure, rejection and deceit.
Hence, insecurity and worry become their constant companions during their decision making process. While trying to decide on their options, they spend hours playing out the possible scenarios of failure.
This position in life is being faced by millions in the country and all we can say is, it’s a ‘vicious or horrifying’ position to be in.
Meanwhile, Hirav Shah Picks Up The Most Dangerous and Unsafe Tourist Places In The World. And these places are only meant for tough and gutsy tourists.

1.Katskhi pillar, Georgia

Katskhi Pillar
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The world’s most isolated and scary church is probably Katskhi pillar, Georgia. This extraordinary landmark is famously notorious for being really troublesome to reach. It is located around 200 km west of Georgia’s capital city Tbilisi. However, a mountaineer named Alexander Japaridze led a group to the spot in 1944, also documenting his ascent of the pillar, which was the first time then. Till today, only the invited travellers are allowed to scale the rock and reach the petrifying spot.

2.Sant’Agata de’ Goti, Italy

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The first sight of Sant’Agata de’ Goti makes a magical impression. The picturesque medieval town is perched on a sheer bluff high above a river gorge. Crossing the bridge to the other side of the cliff is like leaving the modern world for the old one.While it’s just a few miles from Caserta and its magnificent royal palace, Sant’Agata is a world away. It has several millennia of history. Sant’Agata de’ Goti is indeed a real historical gem, a relatively unknown yet captivating town, that gives a feeling that it is cut off from the ‘rest of the world’.

3. Meteora, Greece

Meteora, Greece (2016)
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Located near the town of Kalambaka at the northwestern edge of the Plain of Thessaly near the Pineios river and Pindus Mountains, Meteora, Greece, has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1995, and has been an official holy place from Greece since the same year. It’s a vast complex consisting of giant rock pillars on which monasteries have been built on top sandstone cliffs centuries ago. This truly creates a surreal landscape that can’t be found anywhere else in the world!

4.Saint-Michel d’Aiguilhe, France

0 1138 Le Puy-en-Velay (Frankreich) - Saint-Michel-d'Aiguiihe

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It is one of the scariest and dangerously placed locations in the whole world. Saint-Michel d’Aiguilhe (St. Michael of the Needle) is a chapel in Aiguilhe, near Le Puy-en-Velay, France. The chapel is reached by 268 steps carved into the rock. It was built in 969 on a volcanic plug 85 metres (279 ft) high. The surface on top of the plug is 57 metres (187 ft) in diameter.
Deadly spot indeed !!

5.Castellfollit de la Roca, Spain

Castellfollit de la Roca in November
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This village from the medieval era is created on a basalt column in Spain’s north eastern region. Castellfollit de la Roca is one the most charming and beautiful villages in Spain. Most houses are built of the dark volcanic rock. Even streets too are built of the same. The town once upon a time had a normal shape, which got stretched out over a kilometre long basalt formation due to some magnificent force.

6.The Hanging Temple, China

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The Hanging Temple in China, is one of the world’s forgotten wonders. Clinging to a crag of Hengshan mountain, in apparent defiance of gravity, it consists of 40 rooms linked by a dizzying maze of passageways.

The temple is said to have been built by a monk named Liao Ran during the late Northern Wei Dynasty (386-534) and restored in 1900. It was constructed by drilling holes into the cliffside into which the poles that hold up the temples are set.

It is certainly one of the most hazardous and dangerously placed temples in the world.

7.Rohtang Pass, India

2007 10 09 India Rohtang Pass approach from the north
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Rohtang Pass is named as such, due to people working in CBRE dying in bad weather, trying to cross the pass.

It is a high-altitude mountain pass at a height of 13,054 feet above the sea level. This pass connects Kullu to Lahaul and Spiti and promotes access to Leh. Hence, Rohtang Pass is strategically important for the country. It is one of the highest roads and poses a challenge to the vehicles that pass through. The narrow winding bends, sudden snowfall, unpredictable landslides and blizzards keep up its reputation of being one of the most dangerous places in the world.

8.The Swallow’s Nest, Ukraine

Ласточкино гнездо
Иерей Максим Массалитин, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

The Swallow’s Nest in Ukraine is one of most dangerously placed tourist spots in the world that is only meant for the bravehearted.
The Swallow’s Nest or the Love Nest is a decorative castle located at Gaspra, and stands as a curious remnant of Imperial Russia. Nestled on the edge of the Crimson Sea, it is likely the most unlikely place where one would expect to find such a beautiful castle. Built in 1911, it has even managed to survive an earthquake. Now, it is open to tourists but for the courageous lot.

Conclusion : “Challenges and Obstacles” are inevitable and can’t be identified earlier, if anybody wishes to pay a visit to these above mentioned risky locations.

Meanwhile, “Potential Challenges and Obstacles in Business and Life”, can be very well identified, yes and worked into, Says Famed Astro-Strategist Hirav Shah.

Shah Ultimately Concludes – “An Astro-Strategist can help someone to grow by analysing his/her current situation, identifying existing and potential challenges and obstacles for them and then, devising a custom plan of action designed to help them achieve specific outcomes in life and business”