Visit India’s most spookiest place this Halloween

If you are that sort of person who loves to do something adventurous, check out the places that you can visit this Halloween with your friends

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India is known for its rich heritage and culture but at times, it can be a little spine-chilling and can give you adventures which for sure can get you high on an adrenaline rush. There are many forts and palaces where the history of the place has left an impact because of which they are believed to be haunted. The mystery behind the history can fascinate your minds to the level where you can't stop yourself from traveling to those places if you have the heart. 

Let's have a look at such mysterious and haunting places and learn the stories behind them.



1. Dumas Beach, Gujarat

The Dumas beach is situated along the Arabian Sea in Gujarat, this beach is known for its black sand and mystical activities. Earlier the beach was a burning ghat at one point of time and even now strange cries and whispers can be heard by morning walkers and tourists. It is also believed that a lot of people have lost their lives exploring this mysterious beauty. 


2. Malcha Mahal, Delhi 

Malcha Mahal is also known as Bistdari Mahal. This palace is situated right next to Delhi Earth Station on the Bistdari Road, Delhi Ridge which is the restricted part of the forest behind the Buddha Garden aka Buddha Jyanti Park, the palace is awfully scary. 

It all started when Begum Wilayat Mahal who is the great granddaughter of Nawab of Oudh was given this place along with her children Prince Riaz and Princess Sakina by the Government after her long protest for the return of her properties spread across the country. Begum Wilayat Mahal committed suicide by drinking crushed diamonds. Her body was lying on her study desk for 10 days and her kids were mourning in grief. The night before Prince Riaz buried her, both her kids slept with her dead body. Since her mother’s death, Princess Sakina has only wore black color, plus it’s still a mystery if she is alive or dead.


3. Shaniwarwada, Pune

Shaniwarwada in Pune, Maharashtra was build in 1746. It was the seat that the Peshwa rulers used till 1818 after which they surrendered to the British. The fort is known for its architectural beauty and also for the ghosts that roam around the fort. People residing in the area have witnessed some spooky occurrences. A 13-year-old prince was brutally killed in the palace and since then, the fort has become a haunted place now.


4. Brij Raj Bhavan Palace, Kota

The palace is about 178 years old which was formerly belonging to a royal family of Kota. Now the palace has been converted into a heritage hotel and has a resident ghost called, Major Burton who was killed while serving as the British Resident. He was killed along with his two sons by Indian sepoys in 1857. 


5. D’souza Chawl, Mumbai

The chawl is located in Mahim and has witnessed otherworldly activities. There is a well in the chawl where a woman fell down a long time ago while she was pulling out water from the well. Since then, the ghost of the woman can be seen walking around the well in pure white saree, making the noise of her bangles. 

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