Popular Haunted places in india
Spiritual entities, or ghosts, are the most believed paranormal manifestations. Ghosts usually appear in the form of descended humans, often in places where they have suffered injustice or cruelty, but animal ghosts have been reported, too. Ghost sightings report them as subtle material, misty and airy. When ghosts attached themselves to a person they sometimes create disorder and havoc in the presence of people throwing objects around and making noise as poltergeists.
Sometimes, in spooks, ghosts mark their presence only by opening doors and other objects: you simply feel a cold breath or are touched without anyone visible being present. Moving chairs and tables are also often reported during ancestor worship.
When ghosts are attached to certain places like houses and castles for example then we talk about haunted places. Many of these haunted places have been shown on Television and are subject to frequent inspections by paranormal investigators such as the most haunted places in India
9 Most Haunted Places in India: Real Stories and places Reported in Indian Express.
The mysteries of the unknown have always fascinated the human mind. It’s not surprising for experts to say that India is a beautiful yet deliciously mysterious country that beholds the secrets and stories of a lot of palaces and their kings, of treasures and their keys, of those who died a painful death and are now a part of the broken synchrony that is reality. Which is why a lot of forts or palaces or beaches or even a ‘just another’ valley in India has a history or a twist of mystery attached to it or something which makes a more interesting case.
Are you fond of the unknown? Do you remember the Zee Horror Show or the Aahat?
If you are one of those who love to turn the pages long sealed and kept hidden from the human eye, if the word ‘supernatural‘ gives you an adrenalin rush, you, my friend, like me and many others, are someone who likes to push the boundaries a little and take a peek into what’s happening in the strange, mysterious world out there. This post is for all the travellers who are done with the monotony of life and are looking forward to exploring the unexplored.
Some tales can be stranger than fiction, which is why I say – At your own risk!
Popular haunted places in india
1.Bhangarh fort, Ajabgarh,Alwar, Rajasthan
The ghost town of Bhangarh is one of the scariest, spookiest places you could possibly imagine, not to mention, one of the most haunted places in India. Situated near a popular forest, this town is now slowly luring visitors from around the area, and country, for all the wrong reasons.
It should be noted that if you decide to visit this place after the sun has gone down, you won’t be allowed to. In fact, there is a strict warning about how dangerous this place becomes after sunset.
The story which this town is well-known for tells the tale of a magician who fell in love with the local princess of the area even though their match was impossible. Being quite the master of dark magic, he decided to cast a spell on her to make her surrender to him. However, the princess learned of his plans and found a way to kill him. Before his death, however, the magician cast a dark spell on the palace which caused its doom.
Despite Bhangarh Fort being regarded as one of the most horror haunted places in India has been officially promoted as a tourist destination. However, once the night falls and the darkness takes over, this place becomes deserted, leaving it prey to the supposed ‘supernatural’. Mystery of Bhangarh Fort also featured on a TV show and you can have a look athe most haunted place in India’s video yourself.
2. Tunnel No. 33/103, Shimla: The Shimla-Kalka railway track and the tunnels en route are the source hundreds of ghost stories that have been around for centuries. Particularly tunnel nos. 33 and 103. It is said that one can hear the voice of a British railway engineer while passing through these tunnels. Apparently, the voice is a rather friendly one. (Source: Raghavan V/Wikimedia Commons)
3. Shaniwar Wada Fort, Pune: It was built in 1730 and was mired in bloody politics that resulted in the murder of the 17-year-old son of Peshwa Balaji Bajirao by his uncle. People claim to have heard a young voice screaming for help. (Source: Ramakrishna Reddy y/Wikimedia Commons)
4. Jatinga, Assam: Known as the Valley of Death for birds, it's the place for a freakishly large population of birds committing mass suicide in autumn. Apparently, birds that migrate to this area from across the world suddenly fall to their death usually between 7pm and 10pm. No one has been able to determine why. (Source: PhBasumata/Flickr)
5. Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi: The ghosts that apparently haunt this 14th century fort are foodies with a sweet tooth. They are also supposedly very helpful. According to local folk lore, people can write their problems to the djinns, who would happily try and help you out. (Source: Milind Kulkarni/Wikimedia Commons)
6. Sanjay Van (near Qutab Institutional Area) – New Delhi
Sanjay Van, Delhi
Sanjay Van is a huge forest area spread over around 10 kms. People have reported having seen a lady dressed in a white saree
and disappearing suddenly around the cremation ground near that area. No wonder this area is regarded as most haunted place in Delhi. Make sure that you are not alone here, especially after the dark.
7. Ugrasen ki Baoli, New Delhi: Most people would know Ugrasen ki Baoli from the popular Aamir Khan-starrer PK. But long before a filmi alien came around, the step-well was full of watre and legends were rife about some evil forces that would goad people into committing suicide right there. (Source: Supreetsethi.net/Wikimedia Commons)
8. Dow Hill, Darjeeling: According to local stories, some woodcutters have reportedly sighted a headless boy who roams the area. (Mayukh Ghose/Wikimedia Commons)
9. Kalpalli Cemetery
Cemeteries are spooky enough already, but this cemetery near Old Madras Road is scarier than your usual cemetery. Several passerbys have reported sightings of a creepy man lurking about the graves at odd hours. The unease felt at the cemetery will make your hair stand up. Maybe, just maybe, you'll find a few dead who have risen from the grave, taking a stroll in the graveyard. At night, people have reported feeling an eerie presence around them. That definitely doesn't form a very pretty picture in your head, does it?