Delhi's Haunted Places: These places in Delhi are very scary, If you want to go then know the names!
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Have you ever had a friend tell you an extraordinary story that you laughed at and then dismissed as nonsense? Well, you are not alone. Many of us doubt things that we have not seen or experienced personally. However, for some people, discovering something extraordinary can be quite a thrill. If you are interested in paranormal activities and haunted places, then let us know about some places in Delhi that are associated with terrifying stories.
Famous for its stunning architecture, Agrasen Ki Baoli is also steeped in horror stories. Divided into three levels, the deepest part of the stepwell contains black water, over which iron rods have been placed. Legend has it that many people gave up their lives by jumping into this water. It is believed that due to the influence of paranormal powers, people would get hypnotized and commit suicide by jumping into the well. As a result, entry after sunset is prohibited. You can travel between 7 am to 6 pm. The nearest metro stations are Barakhamba and Janpath.
Situated amidst the forest, Malcha Mahal is one of the haunted places in Delhi. It is considered haunted due to the tragic history associated with it. The story is that Begum Vilayat and her children lived here, but in 1993 Begum Vilayat committed suicide and in 2017 her son Prince Rajkumar was found dead. Since then this place has gained fame as a haunted place. It is said that the spirit of Begum Vilayat still wanders here. It is advised not to visit after dark. You can easily reach here by taking an auto from Dhaula Kuan metro station.
Bhooli Bhatiyari Palace
Located in the Central Reserve Forest, this building is an architectural marvel of the Mughal period. It is also known as one of the scariest places in Delhi. The stories around this place include the story of a woman from the Bhooli Bhatiyari tribe who used to wander here. This is where he met his end, and it is said that his spirit continues to wander the area. Visitors have reported hearing whispers and feeling a presence as if someone was standing nearby. Evening visit is discouraged, but during the day, you can appreciate the beauty of the place. The nearest metro station is Karol Bagh.
Jamali Kamali Tomb
Located in the Mehrauli Archaeological Park, this tomb is a beautiful example of Mughal architecture. It is related to Sufi saints Jamali and Kamali. It is said that this place is haunted and there are stories of jinns living here. People have reported that they hear strange murmurings and feel as if someone is standing near them. Green Park metro station is nearest to this place.
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Firoz Shah Kotla Fort
Built by Firoz Shah Tughlaq, this fort is considered to be one of the most haunted places in Delhi today. It is believed to be inhabited by jinns, and people who believe in these stories often visit the fort to leave written requests for the jinns in search of solutions to their problems. The nearest metro station is Delhi Gate.