Top 6 Tourist Places In India That Are Haunted And Will Send Chill Down Your Spines

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Without a doubt, if there is one country on the whole planet whose vibes, enigma and landscape is unmatchable then its India. Located in the heart of every backpacker’s, India is one of the most affordable destinations mainly known for its breathtaking landscape beauty, diverse culture, a myriad of languages and much more. You may have read about the best places in India for tourists many times, but today, I’m going to tell you a few of those places in India that have surprised even scientists too! 

We have scouted the 6 haunted tourist destinations in India that will make you scream – Oh-My-God! Scroll on!

 

  1. Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan

Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan

Location Approx 32 km from the capital town – Jaipur

India is a land of stories, that’s why many international tourists are crazy for India. One such place in India that you could explore on your India trip is Bhangarh Fort. This fort has a history and locals residing nearby to its have a strong belief that Bhangarh Fort is the most haunted place in India, not now, but from the 17th century. You can still google it, and you will find many stories related to Bhangarh Fort, which will give you pain in your spine.

This place to visit in Rajasthan is so horrifying that tourists are barred from entering after the sunsets. It is believed that a black magician curses Bhangarh Fort, and therefore, no soul can live here peacefully. Although the archaeological society of India has marked Bhangarh place the base camp of panoramic activities, and there are cases when people witnessed something terrifying. The most astonishing thing about Bhangarh Fort is that Discovery Channel crew team has also visited this fort to discover what is wrong at Bhangarh Fort. 

 

 

    2.  Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad

Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad

Romantic, Comedy, drama are few things associated with the word movies and films, Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad is slightly different and have a dark side that many tourists in India don’t know! Ramoji Film City is the largest studio complex in the world and is the most haunted places in India. It is believed that the area or region where Ramoji Film Studio is established is built on the same zone which was once the war zone of the Nizams – who were once the rulers of Hyderabad dynasty before India got independence in 1947. 

Locals, including many celebrities from Tollywood, Bollywood and Hollywood have narrated that they have experienced something panorama and have seen negative spirits presence around them. The crew members and spot boys here at Ramoji Film City confessed to having seen spooky vibes. The most haunted story related to this film city in India is that food plates are seen floating, mirrors scribbled with strange URDU words, and much more. 

 

  1. Kuldhara Village, Rajasthan

Kuldhara Village, Rajasthan

If you want to explore and hear the tales of supernatural occurrence, then head to Kuldhara Village in Rajasthan which is approx 20 km away from Jaisalmer. The town of Jaisalmer is considered one of the best tourist places in India because of its stretched sand dunes, royal palaces, and grand havelis. But there is a flip side to this town that not many tourists know. Kuldhara was once the home to the Brahmins 3 decades back and then suddenly overnight around 200 families went abandoned. Now this village is under the supervision of Archaeological Survey of India as a heritage site. 

The villagers of Kuldhara who were abandoned overnight in 1825 had left the curse that no one could live in this village. The reason for this mass desolation is said that there was a wicked minister who wanted to exchange the wedding knot by marrying one of the girls in the Kuldhara village. He threatened the villagers that if they would not allow him to get married to the girl, he will impose heavy taxes. 

So, to save themselves from taxes and the girl pride, the villagers of Kuldhara left the village overnight, and nobody knows where they were gone! Since then, this village houses no home and the people who went to Kuldhara village on day trip have experienced the haunted sounds, footprints of girl and much more. Isn’t this scary? 

 

  1. Magnetic Hill, Ladakh

Magnetic Hill, Ladakh

Ladakh in India is one of the best tourist attractions for backpackers and mountain lovers. From the thrilling trekking trails to the religious monasteries, Ladakh lures every kind of travellers. But not many tourists know that there is a road in Ladakh on the way to Leh which is surrounded by hills, and its name is Magnetic Field. The place is known for pulling the stationary vehicle upwards which puts many scientists in a constant flux of astonishment. 

Magnetic Field in Ladakh is one of the best tourist attractions in India and is the place where many international and local tourists go for riding thee most thrilling bike ride in India. If you want to add Magnetic Field on your India vacations package, tell us!

 

  1. Jatinga Village, Assam

Jatinga Village, Assam

This village is located in Assam and has a strange case of infamous bird suicides. Also, known by the name of the death village for birds, Jatinga Village is the place where the flying birds tend to suicide between 6 pm to 9 pm. The villagers have seen multiple times that birds flying in the skies have abnormally fallen from the heights, and many believe that it is due to the curse of evil spirits that reside at the Jatinga Village. If you are daredevil enough to head there, get to discover the surprising facts of this village where thousands of birds tend to attempt suicide. 

 

  1. Roopkund Lake, Uttarakhand

Roopkund Lake, Uttarakhand

Roopkund Lake is the place in Uttarakhand where the skeletons could be seen on the trail. This place is amongst the thrilling Himalayan treks in India and is located at a height of approx 5029 m. In 1942, the English men guard found this place, and since then to now, Roopkund has become the mysterious place in India and scientists are still discovering how there are skeletons found at this place. 

Locals of Roopkund have a story in which they tell that many years back, heavy snowfall hits Roopkund and the whole town got blanketed in snow that and this is the reason why people got buried into the snow and thus, the skeletons are found here. 

So, go visit these places on your India vacation package to find out whether the horrifying tales related to these places are true or not – if you consider yourself the daredevil. 

Author: Culture Holidays

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