Here are the top 10 most haunted places in India. The haunted places in India are manually selected based on real ghost stories in India witnessed by people and strange events.
India is a beautiful country know of its amazing culture and cuisine. This country is maybe one of the most spiritual country in the world. This makes India the hotspot for the paranormal.
Haunted Places in India
Below you’ll find a list of 10 of the most haunted places in India, some of which you will most likely of heard of, and some of which you may have not. What is for sure though, is that you’ll likely want to read some of these stories with the lights on.
The Bhangarh Fort
The Bhangarh Fort, a 17th-century fort built in the Rajasthan state of India. People say that the place is haunted by the ghosts of a ‘tantrik’ Singhiya and the princess of the palace, Ratnavati. It is said to be one of the most haunted places of India that the village of Bhangarh has developed outside the limits of the fort as fear of ghosts haunting the city.
Kalka–Shimla Railway Tunnel 103
With a construction of 107 tunnels and 864 bridges, tunnel ‘103’ of Kalka-Shimla railway in North-West India is the most creepiest tunnel. It is said that one can hear the voice of a British railway engineer while moving through these tunnels who died in one of these tunnels. Apparently, the voice is a rather friendly one.
A 17-year-old boy was murdered by his uncle at the Shaniwarwada Fort in Pune. People claim to often hear a young voice screaming for help. During the new moon night, local people often hear a voice “Uncle Save me” from the Fort. In that same city a baby girl died in an accident, many people have seen her apparition, white frock and carries a doll in her hand.
Jatinga valley in Assam looks like a peaceful natural habitat for animals. This place is called the valley of death for births. Migrating birds across the world drops dead usually between 7pm-10pm. It is still a complete mystery why this happen.
The Feroz Shah Kotla Fort
The 14th century fort Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi is apparently haunted by helpful ghosts who solves problems. Visitors can write down their problems to the djinns, they will try to help you out. If you have a big problem, visit Feroz Shah Kotla.
Sanjay Van is a 700-acre forest in Delhi that is filled with graves. If you think you can walk through the forest in peace, don’t visit this one. Locals claims a woman in white will chase you down, crying children, as well as pushing and clawing noises coming from the grave sites.
Ugrasen ki Baoli
Ugrasen ki Baoli is an amazing Water temple in New Delhi. Streaming water is a magnet for paranormal activities. Unfortunately evil forces try people into committing suicide. Before the place lost its shine, the Boali was filled with black water which would call out to people strangely and invite them to scarify their lives. Perhaps this is the vernacular behind the strangeness felt inside the area of this Baoli. A person jump to his death. Some people assert the Baoli is a residence of devils.
The hill station and town known as Dow Hill, located in West Bengal. It seems to be a more or less a ghost town. Haunted building, road, mysterious forests, sinister treks, headless ghosts of a boy and a woman, whispering sounds, scary red eyes in the dark, loud female screams and mysterious deaths.
In Surat people use the Dumas Beach to be a cremation ground, which makes this the perfect haunting place. Akash Sharma witnessed a poor old man with balloons sitting in a corner of the entry. Some distance had been covered when he saw a group of dogs barking in a particular direction. Akash walked further and noticed the same old man at the other side. People believe it is still haunted by the spirits of the dead who have not found eternal peace.
Khairatabad Science College, Hyderabad
Locals avoid this place and believe this abandoned college is the most haunted place in the country. The dead bodies in the biology labs were not disposed off properly and were abandoned too just like the building. People claim to have seen walking skeletons or ghostly figures and hear weird noises coming out the building. Locals prefer to avoid this place.
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