- Bhangarh Fort – Alwar – Rajasthan
Bhangarh Fort is situated in Alwar district of Rajasthan. This is India’s Top Most Hundred Place. It is called Bhangarh of Bhosra in a colloquial language. The story of Bhangarh is very interesting, Bhangarh resides in the 16th Century. Bhangarh flourishes for 300 years. Then here, Maharashtra Tantrik Sindhu Sevda becomes obsessed with black magic on a beautiful princess.
She does black magic to subdue the princess but dies herself by hunting herself but before she dies, Bhangarh is cursed by a waste of time and, incidentally, a month after her marriage with neighboring Azbagad, Bhangarh residents are killed and Bhangarh becomes desolate. Bhangarh, who has been dead since then, is desolate till today and says that the ghost of the people killed in the battle still wanders in the fort of Bhangarh on the night. Because of the curse of Tantric, all those liberations could not be attained.
This place is now under the department of archaeologists and they have given strict instructions to stop it in the fort after sunset.
2.Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb – Mehrauli, Delhi
This mosque is located in Mehrauli of Delhi. There is a Sultan of 9th Century Sultan Jamali and Kadali’s grave. People are confident about this place that there are jinns here. Many people have had scary experiences in this place. A sufi saint was the poet of Jamali Lodhi Hukumat. After this, the Jamali was greatly appreciated by the reign of Babur and his son Humayun. It is believed that the construction of the Tomb of Jamali was completed during the reign of Humayun. There are two marble graves in the tomb, a Jamali and the other Kamali. The Jamali kadli mosque was constructed in 1528-29. This mosque is made of red stone and marble.
3.Sanjay van forest, New Delhi
Sanjay Forest, located near the Jawaharlal Nehru University in the country’s capital Delhi, has always been a matter of curiosity among the people. Sanjay Van South is a dense forest of South Delhi, which stretches from JNU to Qutub Minar in approximately 10 km area. There is also a cremation ground inside. Many people have seen some horror happenings here.
4.Dow Hill, Kurseong, West Bengal
Kurshing, a hill station in Darjeeling district of West Bengal. Its distance from Darjeeling is 32 KM. Its height is 4864 feet. The local name of Kurshingang is Kharsang, which means ‘Land of white orchid’. Kurshinga is primarily known for its boarding schools and tourism. But there is a mystery attached to Dow Hill from Kurushing, which it adds to the list of India’s Top Most Hundred Place. A large number of self-murders have taken place in the forests of Dow Hill.
It is common for human beings to see human beings in this forest. Therefore, weird sensation and rate are felt in the atmosphere here. Apart from this, local people here say that during the vacations from December to March, they hear the sound of feet at the Victoria Boys’ School.
Even a logger has even said that he saw a young boy walking in the forest while walking the corpse, which went away somewhere and disappeared in the trees. Well, it is a fictitious thing, but a person who goes to the jungles of Dow Hill does not deny that this place is haunted or not, but it is very scary
- Barog Tunnel No: 33 – Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
This tunnel was built by an English engineer, Baroda. Hence it is also called the Barog tunnel. A painful story is associated with the Barog tunnel. It is said that the English Injuries Barog, who created this tunnel, has made a big mistake, that once the work of making tunnels from both sides started. With an error of approximate, the two ends of the tunnel could not be found, due to which he was fined one rupee. It is said that by this mistake he became so much sad that one day he went on a walk with his dog and shot himself and killed himself. It is said that the spirit of that English engineer wanders in today. Although this soul is considered to be friendly