HAUNTED PLACES IN INDIA By Exuberant India On 7 April 2014 In Amazing, India 1. Dumas Beach, GujaratIt was a burning ghat at one point of time and even now strange cries and whispers can be heard by morning walkers and tourists. 2.Agrasen ki BaoliLocated in Delhi, this 14th century baoli was constructed by Maharja Agrasen. Now completely dry, it is once said to have been filled with black water which asked the people to commit suicide. The water is believed to have had hypnotized people and drove them to death! 3.Jamali-Kamali Masjid, Delhi Located in the Mehrauli Archaeological Complex, Jamali- Kamali Masjid is believed to be an abode of djinns. Jamali and Kamali were sixteenth century Sufi saints who were buried in the tomb. People also complain of nightmares and strange experiences post a visit to this place. 4.Taj Mahal Hotel, MumbaiIf rumour is to be believed, it is said that the architect, who designed the hotel, killed himself in the building as the design for the place did not go according to the plan. Many have witnessed his ghost still wandering in the corridor! 5.The Lambi Dehar mines, MussoorieLocated on the outskirts of Mussoorie these quarry mines, now deserted have a sad history. In the early 1990s in an unfortunate event 50,000 workers died here. The houses are abandoned and the entire area has a very scary feel. 6.Grand Paradi Towers, MumbaiIt is said to be the most famous haunted building in Mumbai. Because it was the site of several suicides and deaths, it is believed by the management to be haunted. 7.D’Souza Chawl of Mahim, Mumbai A well in the D`souza Chawl area of Mumbai, Mahim has acquired the reputation of being haunted. It is said that a woman, while getting water, fell to her death in the well. She is said to be harmless. 8.Tunnel no 33, ShimlaHundreds of horror stories have been associated with Shimla and it is said to have several haunted spots. Tunnel no.33 is one such place which is said to be the abode of the ghost of British Railway Engineer, Colonel Barog. But he is said to be a friendly ghost. 9. Lothian Cemetery, DelhiLothian cemetery is 200 years old and is known for paranormal activities. Was it because of the mass burial here post 1857 revolt? It is also haunted by the headless ghost of a British soldier Sir Nicholas who gave up his life for his one sided, unfulfilled love with an Indian woman. 10. Shaniwarwada Fort, PuneThe fort is haunted by the ghost of a young prince who was brutally killed when he was 13 year old. His ghost can be heard shrieking in the middle of the night and is most active on full moon days. 11.Svoy Hotel, Mussoorie We are aware of Mussoorie’s link with ghosts, thanks to the stories of Ruskin Bond. Loved by the British for its climate, the city has a rich history of eerie experiences and haunted locations. Svoy Hotel is one such place here. As the story goes, in 1910, a woman named Garnet died under mysterious circumstances. 12. Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh) An ambitious film city which has everything in the world that a filmmaker will aspire to have, this city also has a dirty secret. It was built on a land where a cruel battle was fought. Thousands are believed to have perished here. Although the management ensures the stories do not go out, the place is famous for strange incidents. The lights fall down on their own, clothes tear on their own, etc. 13. Raj Kiran Hotel, MumbaiA room in the ground floor of this hotel is said to be the centre of paranormal activities. Those who stay in this room are forced to wake in the middle of the night and when they wake up they see bright blue light on their feet. Some people even feel that someone in the room is pulling their bed sheet. Tags:Amazing, Haunted, India Related Posts Old pictures – never have been seen before Home remedies of different countries The Walk Gastronomy Delight Of Delhi Leave a Reply Cancel reply Connect with: Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.