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Top Haunted Places in Delhi- The Real Ghost Stories


Reality on Fire presents you with the Top Haunted Places in Delhi and the haunted stories associated with it. Some people believe in ghost some do not believe it. But still there are few incidents which happened with people which make these places one of the haunted places in Delhi.





1. Agrasen ki Baoli

One of the most haunted place in Delhi is Agrasen ki Baoli. Built in 14th Centuary, having 108 steps claimed to be a residence of evils.
The 104 Level Stepwell-the most attractive place of the Agrasen ki Baoli is the reason why this place is called haunted. The Black mysterious water inside the well is supposed to be hypnotic and lured people to commit suicide. Good news is that there is hardly any water in the well, which has put end to suicides but there are cases where people heard noises around them.  It is said that these voices are of those people who drowned in the well.

2. Khooni Darwaza

Lal Darwaza now known as Khooni Darwaza was built by Sher Shah Suri in 1540’s. This Knooni darwaza located at Bhadur Shah Zafar Marg is another haunted place in Delhi. Many stories has been associated with this historical monument. Muder of sons of last Mughal emperor, Bhadur Shah Zafar, hanging of freedom fighters by Englishmen took place here and it is said that there spirits still persist here. They don’t cause any harm to Indians but foreigners had faced many strange thigs which can give you chills to the bone.





3. Feroz Shah Kotla Fort

Feroz Shah Kotla is one of the old fort built by Tughlaq emperor Feroz Dhah Tughlaq in the 14th century. The most striking feature of this place is its lowliness, which make it more frightening. William Dalrymple’s ‘Delhi’ begins with an account of the fort being occupied by a multitude of Djinns, invisible to the naked eye. However, often a dead silent place, there are people meets on Thursday evenings to please the Djinns of this real haunted place in Delhi. Some of those people have recounted episodes of being suddenly pushed & thrashed and the sudden emergence of fragrances. Few have even been followed by an unseen identity to their houses who then brings all sort of hell on to them.

4. Bhuli Bhatiyari ka Mahal

Mahal built in 14th century, located near the famous and huge Hanuman Statue near Jhandewalan Metro on Ridge Road. It was also belongs to Tughlaq dynasty. The famous story behind the haunted Mahal  is of a Fakir who put the curse on the Mahal. There are incidents where people heard the strange noises of men and women mainly in night. As visitors are not allowed to enter into this Mahal these claims cannot be verified.

5. Lothian Cemetery

Located near to Kashmiri Gate Lothian Cemetery was made by the British in 1808. Most people fear to go to the cemetery especially at night whereas there are people who love to visit cemetery for the adventure. The famous Lothian Cemetery is one of the most haunted place in Delhi. There are incidents where people have seen the headless soldier with head in his hand who took his life after rejected by the girl. Some people have claimed that they have seen the ghost, Indian whose graves were vandalized fighting to restore their on claim on ground. There is another story where people have seen a child crying and finding his parents.

So, if you are planning to visit Lothian Cemetery then visit on your own risk because those who have witnessed these dreadful incidents are either not alive to recount the tales or are rattled to their bones with fear.



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