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3 Most Haunted Places in India, You Probably Shouldn’t Visit!

  • Akshay Rane
  • September 28, 2017
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In our new section – Yeh Hai India – we showcase beautiful Indian destinations on a daily basis; tourist spots, you should definitely visit. However, there are certain places in India that have earned the reputation of being the scariest places on earth.

Following are 3 of the most haunted places in India, which we don’t really advice visiting alone or at all!

  1. Bhangarh Fort

The infamous Bhangarh fort is what folklores are made of. It has been unanimously voted as the most haunted place in India. There is a board outside the fort that clearly states that staying inside the fort before sunrise or after sunset is clearly prohibited. Visit this picturesque, but haunted fort at your own risk.


  1. Dumas Beach, Surat

Science has advanced so much that people nowadays no more believe in ghostly stories. However, strange incidents still take place around the world, which compel us to believe in the unknown and the unseen.

Dumas beach, situated in Surat is the best example of this phenomenon. People claim, that they have heard strange, unexplained noises from this beach, late in the night. However, the source of these voices was never seen.
FYI – this beach was used as a cremation site!


  1. Shaniwarwada Fort, Pune

The echoes of ‘Kaka Mala Vacha’ (Uncle, please save me!) still can be heard every new-moon night from the famous fort. This voice is supposed to be of the sixteen-year-old prince who was murdered in this very fort as a consequence of cunning politics.


While we don’t support or reject these stories, we would certainly advice to visit the aforementioned places with caution.

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