So, are you a braveheart or phattu? Dare to take the haunted challenge & visit these 10 haunted places in Delhi? Well, whether you choose to do so or not, we compiled a list of haunted places in Delhi!
I. Jamali Kamali Tomb & Mosque
Where | Mehrauli Archaeological Park
Forget the architectural grandeur of the place for a second! Listen closely to the eery voices which call out to visitors from inside its haunted belly – the central dome of the mausoleum. People who visit this place often complain of an invisible gaze following them around!
II. Khooni Nadi
Where | Rohini
Not many have lived to tell the story but Khooni Nadi in Delhi is a veritable Bermuda Triangle! Why? It’s a river that sucks you inside. A river that gulps down all who dare to go inside its conspiring waters. The reason it got its name is due to the many mishaps & other weirdly eery things that have happened here.
III. Chor Minar
Where | Hauz Khas Village
When was the last time you visited HKV at night? We as because Chor Minar – infamous for the human heads stuck from spikes of the monument – is another haunted place! The tower was built as a way to shame thieves but it seems their spirits never left the place. The ghosts are supposedly most active at night! [duh!]
IV. Lothian Cemetery
Where | Kashmiri Gate
Located half a kilometre away from Kashmiri Gate is a British era Christian burial ground. We hear, the ghost of a headless soldier took his life after a failed love affair, is said to haunt the place. On a new moon’s night, the ghost is believed to become more prominent. And has been reported to have been seen roaming around the place, supposedly looking for his lost love.
V. Khooni Darwaza
Where | Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg
The most well known story about the Khooni Darwaza is the execution of Mughal royalty in full public view. It is said that their spirits still linger but they don’t cause any disturbance to Indians. Yet, strange things have happened to foreigners who’ve paid a visit to this place.
So, which of these places will you be daring to visit?
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