Top 9 most haunted places in India

Top Most Haunted Places In India

Here are some of the most haunted places in india. Many among these are also included in world’s most haunted places. Soo lets begin..

9. GP block – Meerut

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GP block in Meerut has been accounted as a haunted place. Four fellows have been seen sitting inside a house with a solitary light lighted and drinking beer. It happens to be the most widely recognized sight for individuals passing through that range. Some of them additionally said that they have even seen young ladies in red dress leaving the house. The house is twofold storeyed and individuals have seen the young boy sitting on the top. Individuals have quit heading off to that place now.

08. Shaniwarwada Fort, Pune

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It is said to be haunted in Full Moon nights at Shaniwarwada Fort, Pune. As indicated by an old story, this fort is haunted by the ghost of a ruler who was mercilessly killed when he was 13 year old by one of his relative. His apparition can be heard screaming amidst the night.

07. Delhi – Delhi Cantt

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The most creepy place in Delhi is said to be Delhi Cantt region which is full of green and lavish trees. Many times, people have seen a woman clad in white sari requesting lift. If you don’t stop your vehicle, she will begin running quickly with the same speed and trust it or not, many peoples have reported her arriving infront of them. This story has been doing the rounds for some time now. Some peoples belives that conceivably the woman was a wanderer while alive; subsequently she waves at desolate passersby to stop.

 

06. Thane – Vrindavan Society

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It is said that a man had conferred suicide in Bldg. No.66 of Vrindavan Society.the security watchmen watching the area have gone over strange happenings. Once a watchmen was slapped so hard that he got up from his seat and hit the other watchman who was nearby him supposing he was the person who hit him.

05. D`Souza Chawl of Mahim, Mumbai

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A well in the D`souza Chawl zone of Mumbai, Mahim has procured the notoriety of being haunted. It is said that a lady, while getting water, tumbled to her death in the well. Numerous individuals case to have seen the ghost spirit of that lady close to the well amid night. She is said to be safe.

04. Dumas Beach, Gujarat

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Popular grand Dumas Beach of Gujarat has numerous stories to tell about spirits. If we goes by the story, Hindus blaze their dead bodies on the beach, and this zone has been accounted for various of times for its paranormal activities. peopless have reported encounters like listening to peculiar whispers on Dumas beach. It`s like the wind around this zone is loaded with spirits of dead peoples. A few travelers have been even known to have vanished while taking strolls on the beach during the evening.

03. Brij Raj Bhavan Palace, Kota-Rajasthan

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The 178-year-old Brij Raj Bhavan Palace of the previous royal group of Kota in Rajasthan has an inhabitant ghost, specifically that of Major Burton, who, while serving as the British occupant to Kota, was murdered by Indian sepoys amid the 1857 Mutiny. The sepoys executed Major Burton and his two children in the focal corridor of the building. As indicated by the story, an elderly man with a stick in his grasp, the ghost of Burton does not hurt anyone. At the same time amid his night visit, if any of the watchmen are resting or napping, Major Burton provides for them a slap.

 

02. Dow Hill, Kurseong-West Bengal

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Various killings have occurred in the Dow Hill woodland that has left a scary feeling in the climate. Numerous local people have additionally heard strides in the passages of Victoria Boys School amid the December-March get-aways. Woodcutters case to have seen a headless young boy strolling and afterward vanishing into the trees. All these things make this place a standout amongst the most haunted places in India.

 

01. Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan

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Bhangarh, a town in Rajasthan, was estd in 1613 by King Madho Singh, child of extraordinary Mughal general, Man Singh of Amber. Bhangarh was surrendered not long after in the wake of being assembled and evidently after it was reviled by a mystical performer. In lack of awareness Ajab Singh, the grandson of Madho Singh, raised the castle to such a stature, to the point that the shadow arrived at the illegal spot. Thus the demolition of whole town of Bhangarh happened. Nearby villagers say that at whatever point a house is assembled there its top breakdown. Individuals say that no one returned who stayed there after dim. Furthermore the Archeological Survey of India (ASI) sign barricade put there says, “Staying after dusk is entirely restricted here.”

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