India is home to countless marvellous monuments that would leave you spellbound with their architectural beauty and charm! Among these striking monuments, some have a grey shade to it which is enough to send chills down your spine! Let's take a look at 6 haunted historical monuments in India that would make your blood run cold! Yes, You heard it right!! These Historical monuments are considered to be haunted, by many!
6 Haunted Historical monuments in India!
Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan
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The Haunted fort of Bhangarh in Rajasthan definitely tops this list of mysterious monuments in India. This 17th century fort built by Man Singh I is considered to be the most haunted place in India! It is believed that the buildings built here would collapse eventually and no one is allowed to enter the fort premises after dusk! The Archaeological Survey of India has placed an advisory notice board to restrict people from entering the area after sunset!
Shaniwar Wada, Pune
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Shaniwar Wada is an 18th century fortification in Pune city of Maharashtra. It is believed to be one of the haunted forts in India! Built in 1732, it used to be the seat of the Peshwa rulers of Maratha Empire until the third Anglo-Maratha war. The palace saw treachery, pain and ill-fate of those who resided within these walls and is dreaded even today for its supernatural activities on full-moon nights! Do you recall this palace from the Bollywood movie 'Bajirao Mastani'?!
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Agrasen Ki Baoli is another monument which has a mystery connected to it! Believed to be built by king Agrasen of Solar dynasty, it is a 60-meter long and 15-meter wide historical step well protected by the Archaeological survey of India! This architecturally rich monument is considered to be the most haunted place in Delhi, by many! The haunted Agrasen Ki Baoli has a petrifying feel attached to it that creeps the hell out of people! It's definitely something you need to experience first hand in order to believe it.
Golkonda Fort, Hyderabad
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Built by the Kakatiya dynasty, Golkonda is a citadel fort located in the outskirts of Hyderabad. Built during the 13th century, this splendid fort is believed to be haunted by the spirit of Taramati, the paramour queen of the king Abdullah Qutb Shah. It is believed that the queen still dances in the royal court room after the fall of dusk! The reported howls of someone in pain, that are frequently heard, adds to the spookiness of this place!
Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
The fortress of Feroz Shah Kotla, which was once the glory of Feroz Shah Tughlaq's Ferozabad , now lies in the ruins. It is believed that the dilapidated walls of this 14th century fortress is a home to the evil Djinns which was once used to torture their victims. A number of suicides have also taken place here and the ghosts are believed to loom around the fortress!
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Brijraj Bhavan Palace, Rajasthan
Brijraj Bhavan Palace in Rajasthan is another monument which is considered to be spooky! It is believed that the palace is haunted by the ghosts of Major Charles Burton and his two sons, who were shot and killed by the sepoys during a mutiny in 1857. The palace is converted into a hotel now and the guests even now complain of a discomforting vibe in the palace!
These are the 6 haunted historical monuments in India that would creep the hell out of you! If you have a thing for paranormal activities, you should definitely pay a visit to these mysterious monuments in India!