Delhi's Haunted Places: These 5 places in Delhi are very scary, definitely know the names before going...


Delhi's Most Haunted Places: If any of your friends have ever told you a paranormal story and you have laughed at all the nonsense, then you are not alone in doing so. We often don't want to believe things that we haven't seen or felt ourselves. At the same time, for some people, it can be very thrilling. But if we say that there are many places in Delhi where people have experienced such paranormal incidents, will you believe it? If you are also interested in knowing about paranormal activities and haunted places, then know about some of the places in Delhi with which many paranormal stories are associated.


Agrasen's stepwell
Many ghostly stories are also associated with this stepwell, an example of beautiful architecture. The lowest part of this step well, divided into three tiers, is filled with black water, on which iron rods are fixed. The reason for this is believed to be that many people committed suicide by jumping into this water. It is said that due to the influence of ghostly powers, people used to get hypnotized after seeing this water and commit suicide in this water. For this reason, entry is prohibited here after sunset. If you also want to go here, you can roam here from 7 am to 6 pm. Its nearest metro stations are Barakhamba and Janpath.

Malcha Mahal
The story about this building situated amidst the forests is famous that Begum Vilayat and her children lived here, but in 1993, Begum Vilayat committed suicide and in 2017, Begum's son Prince Raza was found dead. After this, this place started being considered one of the haunted places. It is said that the spirit of Begum Vilayat still wanders here. Dhaula Kuan is the nearest metro station here, from where you can easily reach here by taking an auto.

Bhuli Bhatiyari's Palace
This building built in the Central Reserve Forest is one of the most haunted places in Delhi. Like Machla Mahal, this hunting ground was built by Firoz Shah Tughlaq. Many stories related to this place are heard, one of which is that a woman of Bhatiyari caste lost her way and came here, after which she started living here and she died here, after which her body is buried here. The soul wanders. It is prohibited to go here after the evening. But during that time you can enjoy the beauty of this place. Karol Bagh is the nearest metro station here.

Tomb of Jamali Kamali
This tomb located in Mehrauli Archaeological Park is a very beautiful example of architecture of the Mughal period. Sufi saint Jamali and his disciple Kamali were buried here. The story with this place is famous that jinn lives here. People here have felt things like whispering sounds and as if someone is standing nearby. The nearest metro station is Green Park.


Firoz Shah Kotla Fort
This fort built by Firoz Shah Tughlaq is today one of the most haunted places in Delhi. There is a story associated with this place that jinns reside here and people who believe in these things, come here and leave letters asking the jinn for the solution to their problems. The nearest metro station here is Delhi Gate.
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