Kuldhara, Rajasthan

You have already heard about a haunted fort or a haunted house but have you ever heard about a haunted village at India Haunted Places? No? Well, it looks like the demonic entities have a certain craving for the dry lands of Rajasthan.

Story of Kuldhara is an alluring one. Kuldhara was inhabited by Paliwal Brahmins. It is said that the entire community left Kuldhara and the nearby 84 villages in just one night fearing the cruelty of then Diwan Salim Singh. It is also said that when the Paliwal Brahmins left they cursed the village which seems to have stayed true till date as Kuldhara has not been inhabited thereafter and is nothing but a ruin. There have been many sightings of spirits by the people travelling through Kuldhara to Jaisalmer. Some of the renowned paranormal researchers have also looked into this haunted village and have felt a supernatural presence. Well a village full of ghosts, that is something spine-chilling.

Dow Hill, Kurseong

Darjeeling serves as a perfect family vacation destination with its vibrant charm and a gorgeous view of the mighty Himalayan Ranges. But what adds more to its appeal is a small village named Kurseong which is 30 kms away from it. You must be wondering what is so special about that village? Well, it’s not like you get to see a headless apparition everywhere. Yes, you heard it right. Paranormal presence can be felt in the tranquil hills of Darjeeling too.

Dow hill has many murders and haunting stories related to itself. But the scariest one is that of a headless boy. Locals have reported seeing a young headless boy walking on the road and then disappearing into the forest. People have reported that every time they walk through the forest they get a feeling that someone is following them. There have also been sightings of a woman in white, time to time, by people walking through the forest. Victoria boys high school is also said to be haunted as footsteps and whispers can be heard even when the school remains closed. Dow hill has also witnessed many murders which just add up to its reputation as one of India Haunted Places.

Sanjay Van, Delhi

Finally, unearthly entities come knocking at the doorstep of our nation’s capital. Sanjay Van is located in the South Delhi area around Vasant Kunj and Mehrauli. It is a frequently visited picnic spot in the morning with all the lush green grass and huge trees. But it is said that as the sun sets, supernatural presence can be felt in those forests.

There are many stories revolving around Sanjay Van. But no horror story is complete without a little witch action. Yes, it is believed that the forest is haunted by a woman who had committed suicide there in the past. People have reported seeing a woman in white walking through the woods and some people have also seen a woman hanging by a tree in the middle of the forest. Scary! isn’t it? It is said that Sanjay Van was used as a crematorium to bury poor people. And it is believed that the same people haunt this place at night and there laughs, footsteps and several other noises can as well be heard even today. Sanjay van with it’s morbid atmosphere and the stories revolving around it really lives up to being one of India Haunted Places.

Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad

Ghosts have finally caught up to Bollywood. What will you do when you get to know that your favorite actor or actress is shooting in the town? You will want to meet them, right? Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad is spread over 2,000 acres and many celebrities shoot here from time to time. But when you visit Ramoji Film City, it is not only stars that you will meet. Confused? Well, it is known that the largest film city of India is also haunted and several sightings of paranormal presence have been reported there.

It is said that this film city is built on the war grounds of Nizam Sultans. Ramoji Film City has witnessed a number of paranormal activities. Many actresses have reported seeing an apparition in the mirror of their dressing rooms. Light-men have also reported that they get a feeling of being pushed constantly when they are at the top checking lights. At the time of Nizams, the language used was Urdu. Some writings in Urdu have also been reported scratched on the mirrors of the dressing rooms. With so many haunting stories revolving around the Ramoji Film City, you have to be brave enough to place a foot on these haunted grounds.