Paranormal is something you never believe in, until you experience it. We don’t know the truth behind, but these 7 places are certainly the most famous “Haunted” places in India.
1. Bhangard Fort, Alwar
Bhangard is situated in Alwar district in Rajasthan state. Built by King Sawai Madho Singh in 17th century, the fort is considered haunted. Paranormal activities have been a frequent happening here. There is also a notice board put up by the Archaeological Survey of India which prohibits the entrance in fort after sunset. When you are up for India Travel, Bhangard is certainly on the list for brave hearts.
2. Agrasen ki Baoli, Delhi
Agrasen ki Baoli is a 60-meter long and 15-meter wide historical step well on Hailey Road near Connaught Place, in New Delhi. There were the earliest forms of step wells and reservoirs. But as the wates turned black they were considered cursed.
3. Dow Hill in Kurseong, Darjeeling
Dow hill is in Kurseong, Darjeeling in West Bengal state. It is considered as the most haunted place in India. Countless paranormal activities have been recorded in this strange and mysterious forest.
4. Shaniwarwada, Pune
Shaniwarwada is an 18th century fort in the city of Pune in Maharashtra, India. It is said that full moon nights are very much haunted in Shaniwarwada. The cries of help of the murdered prince is said to be heard here.
5. Tunnel no 33 ( Barog Tunnel, Shimla)
Tunnel no 33 in Barog comes in the narrow gauge line of “Kalka-Shimal Railways” which is also very famous railway line for dramatic views of the hills and surrounding villages. The tunnel comes during this trip in train during India Holiday in Shimla. The ghost of the engineer building the tunnel is often witnessed here.
6. Dumas Beach, Gujarat
Dumas Beach along the Arabian Sea located 21 kilometres southwest of Surat City in Indian state of Gujarat is famous for its black sand. Hindus burn their dead bodies on the beach and this area has been reported for its paranormal activities.
7. GP Block, Meerut
GP Block in Meerut is a compound with three spacious buildings in which nobody lives. In fact, nobody has cared, or perhaps dared, to stay here since the 1930s.