India’s most Haunted places to visit
January 02, 2019
India is the country of vast tradition and heritage and there are numeric historic destinations that you have to visit at least once in your lifetime. Beautiful monuments, temples, sculptures with loads of natural sceneries made India tourism hub of the South Asian region. Lots of tourists from all over the world are visiting India every year to understand its rich culture and glory.
Many of them are only focusing on taj mahal and few other famous destinations and not concentrating on other places that will help them to understand the rich history of Indian culture. More importantly, they are not aware of those places and only for them here is the list of India's most haunted places to visit:
Situated 20kms west to Jaisalmer Kuldhara is one of the most haunted tourist destinations in India. The story revolves around the 18th century when the chief minister of Jaisalmer set his eyes on the daughter of village chief but the village chief refused to marry her daughter to the prime minister. Salim Singh went angry and imposed a huge tax on the people of the Kuldhara village. People of the village could not able to bear the huge tax imposed by the prime minister so they packed their bags and disappeared overnight. After that, no one can able to trace them and the village still remains abandoned. It will be opened for tourists on the daytime where you can witness the culture and lifestyle of the Kuldhara people.
The fortress was built in 1932 by Peshwa Bajirao and it witnessed several incidents of betrayal over those days. In 1773, Narayan Rao the fifth ruling Peshwa was murdered by his uncle Raghunath Rao and people still believes that the ghost of Narayan Rao was still revolving around the fortress.
In contrast in 1828 fortress also witnessed the heavy fire accident inside the palace and lasts for a week. So people feared to enter the palace and now also it is opened for tourist only a few hours a day. This place remains as an ideal place for travel lovers to visit and explore.
Fernhill hotel, Tamilnadu:
Ooty is the city of cinema locations where the numerous numbers of films have been shooted over the years. Once Fernhill hotel has remained as one of the best tourist spots for the travelers and for shooting people but later things started changing in 2002. Built-in 1844 the hotel is the evidence of the Anglo Indian culture prevailed in the city.
During the shooting of Bollywood horror flick Raaz in 2002 some choreographers and dancers in the movie found that chairs and tables were moving automatically during their stay in nights. It started spreading all across India and it becomes headlines the next day. Since then people are not showing interest to sit in the hotel but later it was said that the movie team did this for publicity but as of now no one is willing to stay in the hotel.
India is the country of myths and beliefs and there are lots of other haunted places are there standing with their own story and beliefs.