HAUNTINGLY HIGH TO SPOOKILY SATISFYING – THE 10 MOST HAUNTED PLACES IN INDIA

HAUNTINGLY HIGH TO SPOOKILY SATISFYING – THE 10 MOST HAUNTED PLACES IN INDIA

HAUNTINGLY HIGH TO SPOOKILY SATISFYING – THE 10 MOST HAUNTED PLACES IN INDIA

As a child who didn’t discuss haunted stories with their friends or even took out the Ouija boards for that matter? Well, ghost stories have always been exciting to share till the time something really really happens. Ah, chill peeps. We’re not here to scare you shitless. Don’t worry.

Be that as it may, we believe in the balance of nature. The good and the bad. The yin and yan and the likes of it.

You damn right know where we are going with this!

Some of the most haunted places in India have been reported to be as spooky as it can get.

Let us let you in on some of the most weirdly haunting stories of most haunted places in India.

Well, with history so plush and covering the whole country, didn’t you see that coming?

From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, and from cultural destinations to rural ones, let’s bust those ghosts and come out as the bravest ghostbusters for real.

 

Well, it’s India, you guys.

Expect something freaky, yet out of the box. You’ll be surprised by how vague the sites are. And, it includes World Heritage Sites too!

So, let us leave the gory details of the haunting past of places right now and focus on discovering them ourselves.

Go Scooby-Dooby-Doo!

BHANGARH FORT, RAJASTHAN

The eerie fort of Bhangarh in the Alwar district of Rajasthan is one of the most haunted forts in India. Yes, one of the most haunted places in Rajasthan it is. We’re literally experiencing a million goosebumps writing about this fort.

Well, the legend has it that a sage, Guru Balu Nath, demanded his little house not to be shadowed by the walls and pillars of the fort that was being built under the instructions of King Bhagwant Singh.

The King Ajab Singh being his obnoxious self-did not comply to the demands and added pillars to cast a shadow on the sage’s house. Hence, the sage cursed the fort and led it all to the demise of the entire village and the lofty fort itself.

There’s a tiny hut, ”Tantrik Ki Chhatri”, that overlooks the Bhangarhfort.

The long pavements lined with ruins on either side are spooky enough to lure a curious footfall. Be that as it may, the fort remains closed between the sunrise and the sunset.

Well, that’s not it. There are other legends associated with the fort too.

Put on your game face and walk with a brave heart to the Bhangarh Fort and bring out the little ghostbuster in you. See? There is a reason why insist on it being one of the must-visit haunted places in India.

DUMAS BEACH, GUJARAT

 

20 km from Surat on the southern side of Gujarat crash the spooky waves of the Dumas beach. Yeah right, black and doomed. Somewhere on the India horror places list, this one is sure to scare you away.

Allegedly, one of the most haunted places in India, it is said to be a former Hindu burial ground. Hence, spirits are believed to be roaming the shore after sunset. Ooooh, we can literally see your ears all perked up. Guess what?

That’s not it. A paranormal mystery awaits you in one of the most haunted places in India. If you somehow manage to have the guts to visit the beach at night beware of the fact that you might get to hear whispers along with the sound of waves crashing.

It is believed that people never return from the beach if once gone after midnight.

Umm… We don’t know. You might as well carry your ghostbuster kit.
You legit would want to shoo away those crazy ones in one of the best-haunted places to visit in India that is Dumas.

RAMOJI FILM CITY, HYDERABAD

 
 

Ready to be scared shitless? Ah, well, the fun has just begun. Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad is spread across sprawling 2000 acres of land and is allegedly one of the haunted places to Visit in India. Huge? Isn’t it? The fun and the frolic that movies show are completely opposite to the ground reality.

Be that as it may, a complete horror show awaits you at one of the most haunted places in India. Damn right, it’s spooky enough for the lights to go on and off and you know what’s even spookier?

The falling of spot boys for no reason at all!

Creep alert!
If that wasn’t really horrifying, the legend has it that the site of the film city was the ground where heaps of soldiers took their last breath.

And let us tell you, these naughty spirits love socializing. So, if you find your sandwich half bitten in the hotel room or something written on the mirrors, they might just wanna be friends with you.

Umm.. good luck supernatural lovers.
We gotta go hide somewhere.

AGRASEN KI BAOLI, DELHI

 

Walk down the steps of the beguiling beauty of a step-well. The rustic charm only adds to the spine-chilling legend that it calls for. One of most haunted places in India, Agrasen Ki baoli will welcome you into a paradox of an ambiance.

With bustling city outside and an eerie silence within its falls, you’ll find yourself questioning it all. The legend has it that it was a black water well which lured people into coming near to it through a series of whispers and magic and eventually pulled them in to drown.

Through a fashion of steps and narrow halls, an eerie silence will engulf you giving you an odd sense of being followed.

Hands down, one of the most haunted places in India.
Well, even pigeons and bats can’t wait to give you company.

Ah, enough horror show for the day!

SHANIWARWADA, PUNE

 
 

The fort built in 1732 in honor of the mighty ruler Peshwa Baji Rao I has been observing an array of paranormal incidents since the death of Narayanrao in 1773.

The story behind one of the most haunted places in India is one of unrequited love, treachery, and betrayal. Narayanrao was said to be assassinated under the instructions of his uncle Raghunath Rao and aunt Anandibai.

What we’re about to tell you will leave you stunned and make you want to pitch in your stay at the gardens in the premises of the fort all through the night.

Intrigued? Welcome to one of the most haunted places in Pune.
Well, it’s news that people have unmistakably heard the ghost of Narayanrao screaming to be saved in his own local dialect.

Also, if the murder wasn’t that huge a tragedy, a fire raging for 7 full days does the work to curse the place. The spirits of the people that died are said to be roaming the fort.

Well, that’s definitely one of the most interesting ghost stories, isn’t it?

TUNNEL 33, BAROG

 

If one of the most haunted places in India happens to be a hill station then it only adds up to the freaky spooky factor, doesn’t it?

The tunnel number 33 at Barog in Himachal Pradesh welcomes you with a friendly ghost.

Ah, we caught your attention, didn’t we?
A British engineer looked after the construction and somehow made some miscalculations which resulted in the failure improper functioning of the same.

He was made to pay a fine by the chief but the humiliation was a lot for him. Therefore, he took his life by shooting himself on the tracks of the toy train that was supposed to pass through the tunnel at the time.

Phew, a very sad end to his life it was. People have reported witnessing his ghost and having conversations with him.

Now that’s something we would like you to check out for yourself.
Don’t worry, he’s a sweet chap, you all.

THE SAVOY HOTEL, UTTARAKHAND

 
 

Get ready to bask in the timeless beauty of the Gothic architecture. That’s just not it. The Savoy hotel is one of the most haunted places in India too. Agatha Christie even wrote a novel on its ghost mystery.

Of course, that must have caught your attention.

In 1911, Miss Frances Garnett-Orme, a spiritualist visited the hotel with one of her spiritual friends, Miss Eva Mountstephen.

She was found murdered inside her room which was surprisingly locked from the inside while her friend had gone to Lucknow.

The mystery of her death remains unsolved and to this day people have reported crazy paranormal activities within their hotel rooms.

So if you want the doors of your hotel room to shut and open unannounced, and also if you want to hear the sweet whispers of an old and sad vengeful spirit of a lady, do visit this luxurious English hotel in Mussoorie.

Yep, you can record her whispers!

KULDHARA VILLAGE, RAJASTHAN

It feels like sheer melancholy when you enter this abandoned village in Jaisalmer of Rajasthan. This one is basically one of the most haunted places in India. Wondering why?

Let us tell you!

Allegedly the ”ghost village of Rajasthan”, Kuldhara village saw its residents abandoning itself overnight when the Diwan of the village, Salum Singh threatened to levy unaffordable huge taxes all because he wanted the daughter of the chief and the chief was against the same.

Well, that’s pretty much a believable story, right?
Let us put you in a notion spree. These people cursed him and the village as well.

Till this day, the village hasn’t seen any civilization and that makes it irrevocably deserted.
Be ready to be welcomed by an uncanny silence and eerie disposition. This spine-chilling story of the village will leave you stunned and intrigued.

TERRA VERA, BANGALORE

Making up for one of the most haunted places in India, Terra Vera house in Bangalore has a story associated with it that’s chilling to the core.

A 75-year-old lady was brutally murdered inside her own house in St. Marks rise road in Bangalore. The murderer is still unidentified. What followed next is her sister vacating the place as is.

Furthermore, what’s even more eerie and horrifying is the presence of extreme paranormal and supernatural activities in the house reported by the people. Scared already? Being one of the horror places in India, it has more for you.

The piano starts playing on its own!
Also, some paranormal experts have found the inverted cross on the wall and headless statues of Jesus and Mary. Whaaaatttt!

We sure as hell are shitting our pants right now.
You’ve really got to check this house for yourself.

Bone chill alert, you guys!

GP BLOCK, MEERUT

Welcome to a horrifying group of 3 building that’ll pull out the courage from you.

One of the most haunted places in India, GP block in Meerut has three building that shines behind the tree branches on a dark eerie night.

You think that’s that?
Well, you’re in for a crazy ghostbuster session in here.

People have reported sighting a group of 4 friends chilling and drinking by the light of a candle just like any usual day.

Also, a lady in red has also been reported getting out from the house in the dark of the night.

Spooky enough?
This abandoned block is every bit a paranormal expert’s treat. Welcome to one of the most haunted places in Meerut.

Muster some courage and head to the GP block.
You might as well have some drinking sessions with the boys.

Ha! Just kidding. Or maybe not?


An engineering graduate who decided to follow her passion for writing. An avid reader who loves traveling and experiencing culture and traditions in variety. A foodie at heart and a music enthusiast to the soul, she dreams of travelling the world specially Europe for its rich culture and history. (Also food!) She feels that planning and materializing the best of travel plans gives her the satisfaction of seeing people live what she designed for them. Young and open to learning, she is self-motivated and seeks to achieve greater heights in the field of travel and music journalism. The rawness and the simplicity of the local people of India are what fascinates her. The cultural diversity and a stark variety in Indian social set up compel her to research and write more.


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