Updated: Aug 2
We, humans, love adventures. We have evolved like this. We love to do adventurous things like camping in the mountains, skiing on snow, surfing on tides of the sea, skydiving and many more things like that. Adventures are important for our growth. We overcome our fear, We become more strong and confident. And what's more adventurous than visiting a haunted place. It's fun and at the same time scary and dangerous too. So, today we are going to share with you 5 haunted places in India to visit.
1. Bhangarh fort:-
The haunted Bhangarh fort is in the Alwar district, in the state of Rajasthan, India. It was built by Raja Bhagwant Singh for his younger son Madho Singh I. This fort is considered as the most haunted place in India. After Madho Singh, his son Chatr Singh become the ruler of the kingdom.
Chatr Singh had a daughter named Ratnavati. She was considered the most beautiful woman in the kingdom. So many princes wanted to marry her. A tantric named Singhia who knows black magic also wanted to marry her. For that, he tried to cast a magical spell on the princess. And after knowing, an angry princess gives the order to kill him. Before his death, he cursed the princess and village. Following year they all die after invaded by Mughals. This is the myth behind this haunted fort.
Everyone is allowed to visit the fort only in daylight. No one can visit after 6 pm. It is restricted by the government of India. So many tourists have experienced unusual activities here. The best time to visit this fort is in winter because in summer the temperature gets very hot. This is one of the most haunted places in India to visit.
2. Kuldhara Village:-
Kuldhara Village is an abandoned village situated in the Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan (Ghosts love Rajasthan), India. It is considered as a most haunted village in India. It was settled by Paliwal brahmins.
There is a myth behind, that why this village gets abandoned and become haunted. A man named, Salim Singh. He was the Diwan of Jaisalmer. He set his eye on the daughter of Chief of the village, and warned villagers, If they don't give him the girl, he will charge more tax. Because of that, villagers leave the village and curse the village. And after that village gets abandoned.
The village becomes a tourist place when the government opens it for the tourists. People here also experience paranormal activities. A group of people also spent a night there and experience unusual things. If you want to visit a haunted place then consider this village.
3. Shaniwar Wada Fort:-
Shaniwar Wada is a fort situated in the Pune city of Maharashtra, India. It was built-in 1732. The fort was controlled by the Peshwas of the Maratha Empire. It was destroyed by the fire in 1828, And the part which gets left from destroying, become a tourist place.
The myth behind, why this fort is haunted is that Narayan Rao, the youngest son of Nana Saheb, who was just 16 started ruling. But because of the bad intentions of his uncle Raghunath Rao, he got killed by the Gardi tribe. So, it is considered that after the death of Narayan Rao his spirit started haunting the fort.
So many people visit this place daily. And it is a famous place for tourists. But on the full moon, no one has the courage to visit this place. It's because people have heard the cry of Narayan Rao on the full moon.
4. Dumas Beach, Gujrat:-
India is really incredible, other than a haunted fort, village, and hotels, we even have a haunted beach too. Dumas beach is situated 21 km away from Surat, a city in Gujarat, India. It is one of the most beautiful beaches in India.
According to the myth, this beach was used as a Hindu burial site. And also the sand on the beach is black. It is not safe to visit this beach at night. It is believed that at night so many people get disappeared, Scary whispers can be heard and few deaths have been reported. Some people have seen orbs and spirits in the photos they clicked.
This beach is one of the most popular beaches in India. Daily hundreds of people visit this beach. You can eat delicious food from the food stalls there. So many people have even felt negative energy there. Don't visit this beach at night.
5. Agrasen Ki Baoli:-
Agrasen ki Baoli is a 60 meter long and 15 meter wide well on Hailey Road, Jantar Mantar in Delhi, India. No one clearly knows that who has built this baoli. Some say it is built by Raja Agrasen in the 14th century, Some say it is built in the period of Tughlaq dynasty. Some people even say that it was built during the time of Mahabharat.
This is one of the most popular places in Delhi. It is visited by hundreds of people daily because of the haunted myth about this place. It is believed that this Baoli had black water which attracts depressed and sad peoples to jump in it. People here also feel unusual activities here. And the noise of bats makes it scarier.
These are 5 haunted places in India you can visit If you want to feel paranormal activities around yourself. Other than these places you can also visit Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad, D'Souza Chawl in Mumbai, Savoy hotel in Mussoorie, etc. Visit these places not just because they are believed to be haunted but to see the beauty there.