Must visit haunted places in India

If your passion is traveling and if you love adventures then be ready to dose yourself with a horrifying experience by visiting the most haunted places in India

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As kids, we have heard many ghost stories, which still continue to scare us in our dreams. But, if the stories are not enough for you to grasp then let us brief you about the top five haunted places in India which are a must visit and that will really give you that real shock.

If your passion is travelling and if you love adventures then be ready to dose yourself with a horrifying experience by visiting the most haunted places in India which will surely give you goose bumps.

Following are the must visit horror places in India:

 

  • Brij Raj Bhavan in Kotal Rajasthan 

    Brij Raj Bhavan place is 178-year-old palace which belongs to the former family of Kota situated in Rajasthan, later which was converted into a heritage hotel in the 1980s where claimed to have a resident ghost, namely Major Burton, who was killed along with his two sons by the Indian sepoys in 1857 edition. But, the Major Burton ghost does not hurt anybody.

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  • Dow Hill Kurseong, West Bengal 

    Kurseong may appear to be a pleasing hill station, but clearly is not so pleasant, things here changes in the long winter silence of December to March. Dow Hill may not be very wanted places but surely is one of the most haunted places in India. The dense forest has witnessed several deaths and that is the reason why people are afraid while crossing that area. There were also many reports stating that people have seen a headless boy who appears suddenly and then after a while disappears in the forests.

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  • Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 

    Feroz Shah Kotla, which is slated to be the glory of Firuz Shah Tughlaq’s beloved city. It is said to be haunted the place because many visitors are not seen there. This place is as beautiful as it’s mysterious. This place is said to be visited by the fairies, many suicides have also taken place even though the authorities have denied and also the majority of the built there are facing the other way.

 

  • The Shaniwarwada Fort, Pune 

    Heard about this place? Well, this fort is located in Pune, Maharashtra and was established in the year 1746. This place is famous for Peshwa rulers of the Maratha Empire and this fort even witnessed many spooky events. The fort is haunted by the ghost of a young prince who was killed at the age of 13 very cruelly and the voices are also heard in mid night and are also said to be most active on full moon days.

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  • Malcha Mahal, Delhi 

    Malcha Mahal is another haunted place in Delhi which is mainly located near Delhi Earth Station on the Bistari Road that is situated in Delhi Ridge. It is considered to be the restricted part of the forest and is considered to be very frightening and it is also known as Bistdari Mahal. Begum Wilayat Mahal, the great granddaughter of Nawab of Oudh was given the place with her children Princess Sakina and Prince Riaz which was given to her by the government after her protest against the return of her property, Begum Wilayat Mahal committed suicide in the same house by drinking crushed diamonds and her kids were sorrow in grief and slept next to her mother’s dead body and since then it is said that Princess Sakina has worn only black coloured clothes.

 

Love exploring haunted places? Not afraid of ghosts? Do you consider yourself an enthusiastic or adventurous traveller or one of them? So, don’t miss out these amazing haunted places which would give you a lot of different experiences and if you really wish to visit them then be quick because after all it’s haunted and full of fun.

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