The Most Haunted Place; Haunted Delhi

29Jul - by swayamt - 20 - In Delhi Haunted Places Travel
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Locals say that there is a ghost wandering in this place, the police do not let anyone enter here.This is the most haunted place in Delhi.

Delhi, is also called the city of the djinns. Djinns are spirits, also called as ghosts. While, over the years,Delhi has become an even more fast paced city with its Delhi Metro and the numerous swanky cars that populate its wide roads, there is a dark side to the city as well. Today, I shall let you in with a little secret-the secret of the most haunted  place in Delhi. This place-popularly called BHULI BHATIYARI KA MAHAL- is behind the imposing statue of Lord Hanuman  near the Jhandewalan Metro station. It is actually a small palace cum courtyard which was supposedly, constructed by a Sultan in the 14th century , in Delhi.The idea was to construct a  photo.JPG

a hunting lodge for himself..Some people say that it was meant as a secluded place for one of his queens.

 

Over a period of time, this place acquired the reputation of a haunted place as the locals reported of hearing strange sounds of men and women. The place is quite way off the main road that connects Central Delhi to the western parts of Delhi. Police is usually posted here to deter the more adventurous from visiting the premises. There is another theory regarding the history of the place-namely, it was probably the abode of a neglected queen who was a Bhatiyari in clan. Bhatiyaris are a clan of Rajputs who inhabit the western part of India. Then there are others who say that an enraged peer or faqir cursed this place after a spat with the people in authority. There is still an extant water tank near the palace. Above all, a very curious place to visit.



Also read;http://www.ahauntedtravel.com/india-travel-amazing-storiesthe-dog-who-manned-the-guns/

 

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20 thoughts on “The Most Haunted Place; Haunted Delhi”

  1. is this a ture story because many people says that it was used to be a stadium which gets burnt kiiled more than 200 people??

  2. Its a fact , the mahal is a part of the bhooli bhatiyari forest is a vast place . At the centre of the forest there is a theatre , which is not in the use now a days. The reminents of that fire can be observed now also . As if no have been visited that for centuries , all things are at its place from years not stolen , or lost.

  3. Any old and abandoned building will, sooner or later , acquire a Ghostly Reputation ! If its an ancient building, all the more fun ! Raja-Rani folktales , Chandamama stories will be created by locals and passed down generations… …..in foreign lands, they will make it its USP and market pricey tours and souvenirs ! We, here, are too lazy to grab opportunities ?

  4. i have seen ghosts dacing .
    Its a fact , the mahal is a part of the bhooli bhatiyari forest is a vast place . At the centre of the forest there is a theatre , which is not in the use now a days. The reminents of that fire can be observed now also . As if no have been visited that for centuries , all things are at its place from years not stolen , or lost.

  5. Funny those stories to create interest. I don’t believe in ghosts, but sometimes I believe in energies and these things. The stories would make me not go there, instead of getting interested haha. Let the ghosts be there without me.

  6. Creepy story! I did not know that Delhi was the city of the djinns. My family comes from New Orleans and we have lots of ghost stories there. In fact, the Lalaurie mansion in New Orleans is supposed to be the most haunted house in the country!

  7. Interesting one! I love knowing all about ghost stories and i find it exciting and thrilling most especially when I go the place.

  8. That is kind of creepy to think about it but it would definitely create a buzz where people would want to go visit it and see if it was true. I know that I would want to know more about the history and then go see how I felt when I was there.

  9. I have never experienced any haunted place in my life. Though things of this kind intrigue me, still I try to know this stuff only for knowledge. Never bother to see it personally 🙂

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