Top 10 Most Haunted Places in Delhi…Don’t dare to go here in the Dark
- by admin
- August 20, 2019
Hello Friends, Are you thinking of going somewhere scary and dangerous places with your friends? Do you dare to visit these scary and haunted places? If yes, then come with us we will tell you about the top 10 most haunted places in Delhi.
1. Feroz Shah Kotla, Vikram Nagar
This fort was built in 1534 by Feroz Shah Tughlaq. It is notorious that the Havelis and ruins here are occupied by the Djinn. Even today every Thursday the locals can be seen coming here and burning candles and incense sticks and asking for vows and prayers from the Djinn. Moreover, milk and raw grains are also kept in the bowl in some parts of the fort the next day. Many people have told about the incidents of being pushed by some invisible power here. For this reason, it is in our list of the most haunted places in Delhi.
2. Delhi cantonment
Delhi Cantonment, popularly known as Delhi Cantt. which was established by the British-Indian Army is one of the most haunted places in Delhi. There are many trees around this area, due to which it looks like a small forest. Many people have claimed to have some spiritual power over here. People say that a woman in a white sari demands a lift from the drivers of the vehicles passing by. If they refuse to stop the car, the woman runs alongside the car and overtakes him. People say it is the soul of a female passenger who died there in an accident. But so far no harm has been reported to any person.
3. Jamali Kamali Tomb and Mosque, Mehrauli
This mosque is located in Mehrauli, Delhi. Its construction was done between 1526 to 1529. It is said that two Sufi saints named Jamali and Kamali were buried here. Who used to please the kings of the Mughals with their poetry. But, no one likes to stay here during the night. It is said that there is a gathering of ghosts around these two tombs here at night. People have claimed to have some kind of spiritual power here.
4. Malcha Mahal, Sardar Patel Marg
It is an old ruin in Malcha village in Delhi. It was built 700 years ago by Firoz Shah Tughlaq. The place has been desolate for many centuries and has turned into ruins. There are lots of trees and shrubs around it. In 1985, Begum Vilayat Khan of Awadh Gharana came to live in this palace with her children, dogs, and servants. It is said that after that those people never came out of this palace again. On 10 September 1993, Begum Vilayat Khan committed suicide in this palace. And since then his soul wanders in this palace. People claim that there is some kind of invisible power here.
5. Agrasen Ki Baoli, Connaught Place
Agrasen Ki Baoli, located a short distance from Connaught Place in the capital, is usually a tourist destination, but it is also on the list of the most haunted places in Delhi. It was built by Maharaja Agrasen in the fourteenth century. Its length is 60 meters and width is 15 meters. Till some time ago it was always full of water, but now it has dried up. It is said that its black water used to lure people and lead them to suicide. Next time whenever you go here, be careful.
6. Sanjay Van, Vasant Kunj
Delhi-based ‘Sanjay Van’ is a vast forest area near Vasant Kunj and Mehrauli. Sanjay Forest is spread over 10 km in Delhi and is considered the lungs of the city. But it also has a darker side. It is also known as the most haunted places in Delhi. The mausoleums of Sufi saints built in the forest have become completely desolate over time, but people say that their presence remains there, reflecting the frightening landscape of the forest. People passing by the forest have heard voices of children crying, screaming and fighting from inside.
7. Khooni Darwaja, Delhi Gate
The Khooni Darwaja of Delhi, which has been transformed into ruins, also known as Lal Darwaza, is located in Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg. It was built during the Mughal period. As is reflected in its name, here, three boys of Bahadur Shah Zafar were killed by the British in front of everyone. It is said that even today, the souls of those three keep wandering in this area and harass foreign tourists.
8. Lothian Cemetery, Kashmiri Gate
By the way, usually, most people are afraid to go to Graveyards, especially during the night. Lothian Cemetery has a different history of its own, located just a few steps from the Kashmiri Gate. It is said that the soul of a headless soldier keeps wandering here, who committed suicide by cutting off his head when his girlfriend rejected his love. Which adds to the fears of the people of the cemetery. People passing through it have realized a strange feeling here and many people have heard strange sounds here. That is why it is in our list of the most haunted places in Delhi.
9. Bhuli Bhatiyari ka Mahal, Jhandewalan
This palace was once a hunting ground of the Tughlaq dynasty. The palace is named after “Bhuli Bhatiyari”, the woman who takes care of it. As it becomes dark, the crowd of people on it decreases. No one visiting here at night is considered to be free from danger. People say that during the night comes strange and scary sounds from here.
10. Khooni Nadi, Rohini
It is said that no one likes to go around this river located in Rohini, Delhi. They say that whoever goes near this river swallows it mysteriously. Cases continue to come up with the discovery of dead bodies around this river. The cause of his death is not known.