You may not believe in ghosts, but it cannot be that you have never felt ‘fear’ in your life. India is a country with different traditions, there is no other place in the world as much as there is in India. The history of India is very old and for this reason, many things are heard here.
There are many places in India where people have felt fear, in common language, there are many scary places in India. Maybe you have also been to such a place, if you have not gone, then we tell you about 5 such haunted places.
Bhangarh Fort present in Rajasthan is considered to be the scariest place in India. People who have gone here tell that they have felt something different by going here. Many tourists come to know the reality of fear in this fort built between the forests and everyone has their own experiences. So if you also want to go here and want to know the reality of fear, then let us tell you that entry is not available here after sunset.
In Rajasthan itself, there is a place 20 km from Jaisalmer, Kuldhara. Some time ago, Rajasthan Tourism had taken out an ad to promote tourism in the state, in which Kuldhara was promoted as a scary place. The story about Kuldhara is prevalent that in the past the ruler of the village had fallen in love with the daughter of the head of the village, but the daughter and her father were not ready for this marriage. In such a situation, the ruler harassed him by imposing an illegitimate tax on the chief, after which the entire village ‘disappeared’ with his belongings. No one knows where so many people went. If you want to go to Kuldhara, then you will have to go here during the day as it is forbidden to go here at night.
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Shaniwar Wada (Pune)
It is said that Shaniwar Wada was built in 1732 in honor of the first Peshwa Bajirao and in 1773 the fifth Peshwa was murdered at the gate of this palace in a family quarrel. People who go here tell that the voice of the same ruler is heard here in which he says… ‘Kaka save me’ In this palace, there was a fierce fire in 1828 which did not extinguish for seven days and many people were killed.
In December 1991, a bike accident happened in Pali, Rajasthan, Om Banna, who was driving the bike, died. After this, the police picked up the bike and took it to the police station, but the next morning the police were blown away when they saw that the bike was present at the place of the accident. After this, the police again took the bike to the police station and also took out its petrol, but still, the bike itself reached the place of the accident. After this, people parked their bikes at the place of the accident and started bowing their heads in front of it.
Sanjay Van, located near Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi, the capital of the country, has always been a matter of curiosity among the people. Sanjay Van is a dense forest of South Delhi that is spread over an area of about 10 km from JNU to Qutub Minar. There is also a cremation ground inside. Many people have felt some scary incidents happening here.