6 Most Haunted Places in India That You Must Visit

Giving an insight into the world of dark places this article will surely make you sweat and scream while alone. If you think you want a thrilling vacation, then you must check these most haunted places in India!

Be ready for the Goosebumps and shrieks as you are now going to scroll down to some of the amazing shredding stories of evil and darkness. Here are some of the tales which will definitely give you a ride to the horrendous doors of ghastly ghosts!

1. Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan

Located on the way to Alwar and Jaipur in Rajasthan, India this kila hs a legend where once a black magic sorcerer cursed all the beings of the palace with unwanted spirits and creatures. A warning board clearly states that “tourists are strictly prohibited to stay inside before sunrise and after sunset”. Many eerie signs and omens have been noticed by the people living nearby this fort.

It is believed that a ghost of a princess and wizard still travels all along this old fort. This is regarded as one of the haunted areas of India where unnatural deaths occur frequently. Spooky enough hence it is on our list of most haunted places in India.

Haunted places in India - Bhangarh Fort

2. The Lost Village, KulDhara

The village of KulDhara is popularly known to be a deserted village which has been abandoned since 1800’s. It is said to carry the curse of the villagers who vanished from their overnight, after having lived there for over 7 centuries. There is a sinister quality to it.

This lost village is merely existent as the people who thrived in these scary lands have moved to other safer areas in order to get rid of the ghostly appearances who thrive in these lands. 

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Stories about this mystery include the fact that Salim Singh, the minister of the state, once visited this place and fell in love with the daughter of chieftain wanting to marry her. Declining the offer the villagers decided amongst themselves to abandon the village.

Nobody saw them leave nor did anyone figure where they went, they simply vanished. It is said that the villagers also cast a spell on the village as they left, cursing anyone who tried to inhabit the land. Certainly one of the most haunted places in India.

Haunted places in India - Kuldhara

3. The Shaniwarwada Fort, Pune

Known for its sheer architectural brilliance, this fort has witnessed various spooky happenings. It is believed that the level of supernatural activity is at its zenith on every full moon night.

The hidden tale behind the strange activities suggests that a young prince was brutally murdered here. This is probably why his spirit haunts the place and when the night falls, sounds of him shrieking can be heard.

There are many locals who actually camp at night on the fort grounds just to hear the little boy’s scream. It is preferable to visit the fort during day hours since the fort is abandoned at night except for maybe a caretaker. 

Haunted places in India - Shaniwarwada Pune

4. GP Block, Meerut

It is also very notoriously known for all the paranormal activity it beholds. Despite being a popular zone, there have been reported a lot of eerie sightings. For instance, people who pass this place claim to have seen four males sitting together and enjoying an alcoholic beverage by the light of a single candle.

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At first, this was not considered horrendous for it could just be four friends having a good time but once it was found that it was indeed four ghosts, people in and around the area became increasingly interested.

In addition, some claim to also witness a young girl coming out of the house in what many people believe to be a white dress. GP Block has been legendarily being researched by the ones who enjoy paranormal stuff.

GP Block

5. Dumas Beach, Gujrat

Situated by the Arabian Sea in Gujarat, this beach is known for its black sand and mystical activities. Many imaginary and puzzling incidents have been known to occur like horror whispers being heard, people disappearing during the night etc.

In fact, it is believed that a lot of people have lost their lives exploring this rich beauty. Having a brave heart, you can test the waters yourself by taking a midnight stroll along the beach. The testimonies are anything to go by. You will also be greeted by warnings asking you to not cross a certain line while on the beach.

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It is also believed that this beach was for long used as a Hindu burial ground, hence, being the resting place of tortured and unrestful souls. There have also been reports of people disappearing mystically and having never been found again.

Dumas Beach

6. Jatinga,  Assam 

Over a population of around 2500, this village is popular worldwide for its unexplained phenomenon and stories of bird suicides. Most of the migratory birds visiting the area never leave the place, dropping dead for no reason on the streets.

The case gets even more inscrutable and sensitive as these birds are always tortured to their death on the moonless nights of September and October. These mass suicides only occur on a specific 1 mile by 600 feet strip of land. These happenings are said to have occurred on a yearly basis without a break for more than a century.

Many theories have been given out by scientists to explain this phenomenon, but the matter of fact supposedly remains the same. None of them have yet been able to prove any of the theories behind this incident though. This is why it continues to haunt and intrigue the minds of the residents. Hope this is spooky enough for you. With this story, it had to be on our list of most haunted places in India.


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