Rain is rejuvenating. When we look at the raindrops on land that has been heated by the Sun, we feel as if the Earth has revived. There is little rainfall in the desert region. But it rains almost all over the world. Masinram village in Meghalaya state of India receives the highest rainfall in the world. There is little rainfall in the desert region. But you can’t imagine a happy village where it doesn’t rain at all. But such a village also exists in Yemen. A large number of tourists visit this very beautiful village.
The name of this village is Al Hubait. It is a mountainous village in the west of Yemen’s capital Sanaa. This village is situated at an altitude of 3200 meters above the ground. The special thing is that this village has a different relation with Mumbai, the financial capital of India. There are so many beautiful houses built on the hills in the village that it is difficult to lose sight of them. If seen from any part, there is a view of beautiful nature.
The specialty of this village is Ukra. The atmosphere is hot. It is very cold in the morning but when the sun rises it starts heating up again. It is a combination of ancient and modern architecture with rural and urban styles. In this village, rain clouds form at the lower level of the village, so it is said that it does not rain here. In a sense it is a village on clouds.
The village is inhabited by members of the Yemeni community. This community is also known as Al Bohra Al Mukarrama. These people were led by Muhammad Burhanuddin. It is an Ismaili sect among Muslims and Burhanuddin lived in Mumbai. He passed away in 2014. But till the end he used to visit this village every three years.
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