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Unexplained Mysteries – Scariest Places In India September 13, 2010

Posted by fredpereira in Uncategorized.
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Bombay – Bombay Supreme Court – for over 30 years whenever a murder trial is conducted here a vengeful bilingual ghost makes itself known by cursing and terrorizing anyone brave (or foolish) enough to enter.
Delhi – Most of the times, people see a lady standing in white dress asking for lift. if you go thru she will run as fast as the car runs & people reported her sitting there.
Gujarat – Surat – Dumas – If you walk towards the ocean at night in Dumas then you will hear noises that will tell you go home don’t go forward and all scary things happen. Dogs will even start chasing you sometimes but they say that the dogs run because they are trying to get away from that place as well. It is believed that all these happens because Hindus burn their bodies after they die over there and the ghosts in the body stay in the air.
Hyderabad – Ramoji Film City – It is a big film city in Hyderabad; (similar to Universal Studios) the hotels in Ramoji film city are haunted. They say that the film city is built on war grounds of the Nizam Sultans. Witnesses report the lights kept on top keep falling off, the light men- who sit with the lights on top have been pushed so many times and many have had grievous injuries. The food left in rooms also gets scattered around the room and strange marks are left on the mirror, (scripts resembling Urdu similar to the language spoken by the sultans). Girls are the ghosts’ favorite to haunt. They trouble the girls so much, they tear their clothes, knock on the bathroom doors while the outside doors are locked. Creating havoc. Many preventive measures have been taken to prevent such haunting but of no use they keep coming back after sometime.
Lonavala – Maharashtra – Raj Kiran hotel – Reports of bed sheets being pulled off and continue to be pulled even after the guest is woken up. This particular room is believed to be in the corner and at the backside of the reception on the ground floor itself.
Mumbai – Mahim – Near Canossa Primary School a chawl named D’souza chawl, has a local well from where people used to fill water and even wash their clothes. The well did not have any boundary walls around it happened so that once when a lady was filling water the whole thing collapsed. The lady too fell in that well and died. After this incident she is said to appear every day near that well and many of the locals have even seen her. She does not harm anyone just strolls around the place and before morning hours she disappears.
New Delhi – Sanjay Van (near Qutab Institutional Area) – Sanjay Van is a huge forest area spread over around 10 kms. There is a cremation ground also there, many people have reported having seen a lady dressed in a white saree appearing and disappearing suddenly.
Pune – Shaniwarwada Fort – When Peshwas ruled the western Indian province, Narayan the heir of the kingdom was assassinated on his uncle Madhavrao’s wife’s orders. Narayan was chased by his assassins across the entire fort. It was said that while running for his life he called “Uncle save me”, and even today locals say that they hear his cries for help at midnights on new moon day.
Rajasthan – Alwar / Bhangarh-Ajabgarh – Bhangarh ruins – Bhangarh is a place on way from Jaipur to Alwar city in Rajasthan state of India. Today Bhangarh is known for its ruins where nobody dares to stay after sunset. Going to history we find that this town was established by Madho Singh, younger brother of King Akbar’s General Man Singh, in 1631. But the city seems to have been abandoned in a hurry some centuries later. As per local folks, due to some curse the whole town was vacated overnight. According to this curse it was also said that if the town was ever rediscovered, the township would not be found, but only temples would show up. True to the story, only temples dot the landscape and even far up on the mountains only shrines can be seen. People say that nobody returned from there that stayed there after dark. The biggest thing is that as per Govt. of India rules there have to be an office of Archaeology Survey of India (ASI) beside every historical structure in India. But even Government authorities couldn’t dare to open an office there and they opened their office about one kilometer away from the ruins of Bhangarh. Also ASI has put a signboard at Bhangarh saying, “Staying after sunset is strictly prohibited in this area.” People who visit this place out of tourist interest say that there is a strange feeling in the atmosphere of Bhangarh, which causes sort of anxiety and restlessness.
Thane – Vrindavan Society – Its said a Man had committed suicide in one of the Buildings in Vrindavan Society(Bldg. No.66 B).The security guard’s patrolling the area around have come across weird happenings. Once a guard was slapped so hardly that he got up from his chair and hit the other guard who was nearby him thinking he was the one who hit him.
West Bengal – Kurseong – Dow-Hill – The forests have an uncanny feeling. It’s damp, cold and sometimes dark. People up here tend to be depressed and countless murders have taken place. On the stretch between Dow-Hill road and the Forest Office, wood cutters returning in the evenings have cited a young boy walking head-less for several yards and then walk away from the road into the woods. Other than this, footsteps are heard in the corridors of the Victoria Boys School when the school is closed for long holidays from December to March.

Several stories support the legend relating how the city came to be destroyed. Some seems true while some just rumors.

In the first half of the 17th century, Madho Singh of Amber built his capital here with the sanction of an ascetic Baba Balanath, who meditated there, but not without his dire prescription: “Look my dear chap! The moment the shadows of your palaces touch me, you are undone. The city shall be no more!” In ignorance, Ajab Singh, one of the later descendants in the dynasty, raised the palace to such a height that the shadow reached the forbidden place. Hence the devastation.

A second legend tells of a tantric battle waged between the lovely queen Ratnavali and that wicked sorcerer Singha Sevra, whose chhatri can be seen on the top of the hill. Desperately, he tried to trap her in his magical web, and failed every time, as the queen herself was a past-mistress in the tantric art.

The last battle took place on the day when the queen losing eventually her temper, transformed a glass bottle containing the massaging oil into a big rock and flung it towards the hill-top, where sat the devil. In vain he tried to stall this glass missile. It was too late. Sensing his imminent death, concentrating all his powers, he spat his dying curse: “I die! But thou too, thou Ratnavali shall not live here anymore. Neither thou, nor thine kin, nor these walls of the city. None shall see the morning sun!” The night was spent in hastily trying to transfer the palace treasures to the new site of Ajabgarh. In the morning came the tempest leveling everything to the ground.

That’s Bhangarh in Rajasthan which is the most haunted Place in India as per Archeological Survey Of India. “STAYING HERE AFTER SUNSET IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED” is written on the board at city entrance.

 

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