Top Haunted Places in India Golden Triangle Tour

Top Haunted Places in India Golden Triangle Tour

The Idea of supernatural element and haunted places has been in the human instinct for ages. Some places in isolation and the deserted places all over the world are reportedly haunted. People conceive if any mishap has occurred in the same particular spot or building or places, it could have been infested with the ghost presence.

Top Haunted Places in India

The very idea of visiting such places is strong enough to arouse a feeling of fearfulness and curdles your blood. There are possibilities on your Golden Triangle Tour to visit such infamous haunted places in Delhi Agra Jaipur tour. During your tour you might come across awe-striking stories from your local tour guides regarding these places.

Jamali Kamali Tomb in Delhi

The Tombs of Jamali Kamali are dedicated to the famous Sufi Saints of 16th Century Jamali & Kamali. Jamali was a Sufi saint who lived during the area of the Lodi dynasty. This complex is in close proximity to the Qutub Minar. Jamali was the pseudonym of Sheikh Hamid Bin Fazlullah and he used to write poetry. Even his fame as a poet was so much that Sikandar Lodi who was himself a great poet had great praise for him. These tombs are situated in the Mehrauli Archaeological Park area. Many visitors feel that some invisible force is following their movements. Some people report of being slapped by these supernatural machineries. This is the reason that fakirs invoke these agents on every Thursday.

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Khooni Darwaza in Delhi 

As the name signifies Bloody Gate, it is enough to arouse a sense of fear in every heart. This gate has the age-old bloodshed stories. The most gruesome story is of the execution of the sons of Last Mughal emperor Bahadur shah before the public. This ghastly deed was done in British times. It is believed that the spirits of the deceased still hovers around the place. These cause no danger to the Indian tourists, But some strange acts of disturbance have been done to the foreign tourists.

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Agrasen kI Baoli Top Haunted Place in Delhi

  • As it was customary to make the stepwell in medieval times for the supply of water,  so lots of huge step-wells were sunken in the pre-Mughal and Mughal eras. Agrasen ki Baoli is one such huge stepwell measuring 60 meters in length and 15 meters in width in New Delhi. This place in New Delhi left desolated is supposed to be most haunted.
  • The legends say that this Baoli was built by King Agrasen and in 14th century was rebuilt by the Tughlaq rulers. Besides the haunted stories, this place provides to serve an ambiance for photography lovers. During your Delhi Tour, you must plan for visiting this enigmatic piece of medieval wonder.
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Delhi Cantonment Area

The places in isolation of Delhi cantonment are considered to be infested with supernatural powers. But the most prominent is the story of a lady in white apron stopping the people for lift. This is for the hitchhiking.

The Cat Mosque in  Agra Near Taj Mahal

This Mosque built by the wife of Shahjahan is popularly known as Cat Mosque or the sandali Mosque. It is situated very close to the Taj Mahal and the campus holds the Tomb of the wife of Shahjahan-Kandhari Begum and the mosque built by her. It is considered that this lady loved cats. It is in the vogue to tie the strings in the filigree. Still, if you visit this place you can see scores of cats wandering around . The locals believe in the presence of spirits in the form of cats. These spirits according to Islamic belief are Jinn who manifest themselves in the shape of cats.The rivalry of Dogs and cats is the famous world over but in this mosque these cats live in complete peace with stray dogs.

Hanging Area & Old Palaces of Agra fort

The Agra fort has witnessed the rise and fall of the Mughal dynasties. Several acts of treacheries, gruesome murders, Public hangings, capital punishments by throwing from the ramparts or crushing under the elephant feet took place. Many deserted palaces and step wells of the fort are said to be haunted. During your Delhi Agra tour. If you visit this fort you can also have a chance to look at such old palaces and step wells housed inside. The most haunted palaces are the Phansi Ghar or the hanging house which is located very close to the Angoori bagh,

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Explore the Ghost City in India Golden Triangle Tour

Fatehpur Sikri has popular names as the ghost city or the haunted city. It used to be the second capital city of the Mughal Emperor Akbar as he shifted from Agra to this place. On account of Scarcity of Water and his indulgence in the warfare in the North West frontiers he left the city for ever and never returned back to this place. In its heyday, the city even larger in size than London. Spreading in a large area the most of the palaces inside and outside the fortress lie in extreme desolation. These leftover Palaces and the structure in ruins along with the Baolies are considered to have the presence of the Jinns and in many fictions and travel accounts these things are recorded. Even the locals when roaming late in the night around the crumbled citadels feel sometimes the presence of the unknown forces and feel Someone is following them.

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The Most Haunted Place in Rajasthan- Bhangarh Fort

If you have a Penchant for the haunted Places and you are doing Delhi, Agra, Jaipur tour you must include the Bhangarh Fort in your sightseeing which is the most infamous ghost town of India and can easily be visited while you are driving from Agra To Jaipur or vice versa. If you want to do a day trip to Bhangarh by car you can do it easily from Agra or Jaipur. This place is located in the district of Alwar and has been deserted for ages.

This place is under the Archaeological Survey of India and can be visited from morning to sunset but after sunset is not allowed to remain inside the fortress. This Place has the stories of treachery and the magician, the folk tales go like this that a magician fell in love with the local princess and wanted to marry her against the will of her and her father.

He became so furious that he cast the black magic on the princess for the surrender, but he failed. The Princess also had the Knowledge of occult and this invoked the deterrent powers and killed the Tantrik- Magician. The tanrik in return cast a dark spell before his death on the Palace. He thus caused havoc on the entire city.

Most Scary Haunted Sites in India

Presently if you make a visit to this place you can find strange things both langoors and monkeys living together in mutual harmony. The top palace part is full of vials of incense which the tantiks use to appease their deities on the special nights. Overall the entire area presents a Haunted scene.

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Nahargarh Fort– Top Haunted Place in Jaipur

If you are not scared of horror tales and are inquisitive about the supernatural you can explore the famous Nahargarh fort in Jaipur. This fort is in Jaipur. This fort is a prime attraction of the tourists visiting Jaipur. The folklore says that the spirit of Nahar Singh Bhomia haunts this place, As the Maharaja of Jaipur Sawai Jai Singh started building this palace this spirit became annoyed on the idea of disturbance of his dwelling place.

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Delhi-Jaipur Highway

If you are interested in honour buffs in Jaipur Rajasthan, you must visit Delhi Jaipur highway which is infamous with the haunted stories. It is believed that a lady newlywed heaved her last sigh. Just close to Jaipur on this spot. Some people have seen the apparition of this lady clad in red saree with jewelry. They report this lady directly comes for the vehicle and suddenly disappears. Even they heard the sound of her anklets on the feet. 

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Kuldhara village- Most Haunted Place in Rajasthan

If you are doing Delhi Agra Jaipur tour with Jaisalmer, You have an excellent opportunity to visit this most haunted place in Rajasthan. As you are driving to Kuldhara you are smitten by the feeling of horror, Solitariness and pervading calm all around. It is believed that there was an infamous revenue collector and he levied too much taxes on the villagers.

The villagers were not in a position to pay the heavy taxes and thus they collectively migrated from this village to other places. Thus since that very time this place is in utter desolation. The other theory is that this place was an important village falling on the trade route and with the change of the trade route, people left this place as they had no source of livelihood. This place is cursed.

Presently this place is a great center for the excursion Delhi Agra Jaipur Tour and Jaisalmer. Localities claim that they see the strange apparitions walking and making strange sounds.

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Dr Atul Kumar Singh Parmar

Dr Atul is a graduate of R.B.S College Agra after the graduation did his Masters in Arts (English) Later pursued Bachelor of Education and Doctorate in English fro Agra University Agra. He has been been engaged in the tourism trade since 1995 , Worked as Govt Of India approved tour escort till 2011, He is promoter of S.A.M Tours and Travels. He is an avid traveler and travel writer with expertise in tours and travels, history, literature, architecture, social and political.

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