Not Scared of Ghosts? These 5 Haunted Places in Delhi Challenge Your Bravery!
Posted on Sep 25, 2015 by ADMIN | India | Dehli | 0 Comments
There are two kinds of people in this world, those who believe in paranormal activities and those who don’t. I fall in the second category, scared of ghosts and paranormal activities and I stay miles, many miles away from anything and any place that speaks of GHOSTS. Every city, every town has its heritage and legends and some of it is haunted too. Being in Delhi, I thought why not search for places that are urban legends and well there are 5 places that match the description.
Jamali Kamali Masjid
Jamali and Kamali were renowned Sufi Singers who lost their lives and were buried here in 1535. Another legend says that the place is the home of Djinns and is haunted by them. Either ways, the place is creepy and visitors have been slapped and called out to even in the broad day light.
Agrasen ki Baoli
Agrasen ki baoli was designed by Raja Agrasen and is known to be the house off wandering ghosts. Legend is that when people visit Agrasen ki Baoli hear voices that make them try jump and kill themselves.
There are so many stories around Malcha Mahal that one does not really know what the truth is. The place is closed to public and has been the residence to a family with hound dogs. There is a large board that says intruders will be gunned down.
This one always scares me the most. According to the legend, a lady was brutally run over while she waited for her lover and her ghost still haunts the place around the Subroto Park crossing. She is often seen asking for lifts from drivers.
Feroz Shah Kotla Fort
The place is said to be haunted by Djinns. People have heard voices seeking help and calling in eerie voices. Locals still light incense sticks to ward of the wandering spirits.
Urban legends can be misleading too, if you have the courage, why don’t you explore the places and share your experiences too.