This article should not definitely go to be read by a soft-hearted or a faint-hearted person. In this article, we will be read about the haunted places which exist in the Delhi.

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If a number of different or the various facts and testimonies are to be believed, ethereal or the ghostly places do exist actually even in this modern contemporary time.

Though, some people consider that arriving or visiting these haunted places can be adventurous. In fact, there are groups on Facebook or twitter oo WhatsApp who, sometimes decided to visit the haunted places, on a fix a date, or on the evening or night time for a walk as these haunted places are enough to give goosebumps to the youth or people.

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As far as regarding, the national capital, Delhi, is known for its ancient monuments with a deadly past or abandoned spaces which are rumored to have been captured by hosts and sometimes people also experienced or see some creepy activities.

In this article, there have the compiled the list of some of the most haunted places in Delhi.

Take a look, at those places.

#1. Sanjay Van, Vasant Kunj

Some or many people consider this as a nice place to explore—many things in Delhi; it’s a dense forest right in the heart of the city. The place, Sanjay Van, Vasan Kunj, have plenty of the eyeballs but those living close to this 10 km-long forest complain of the place is home to more than a few hauntings.

Perhaps, in the massive number of scary stuff are available here –people who visited this place complain of hearing unsettling noises of somebody crying and children screaming.

Some people also said that they have seen a lady dressed in white walking around the old banyan and peepal trees.

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#2. Feroz Shah Kotla Fort, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg

Feroz Shah Kotla Fort, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg was built Around the 14th century, this Tughlaq era citadel has been ALSO famous for its haunting atmosphere.

William Dalrymple, The famous author-historian, mentioned and write in one of his books and claimed that it is occupied by a multitude of Djinns.

And his claim wasn’t baseless, anyway. The local folks visit this fort every Thursday and offer incense sticks in order to make these Djinns happy and please — it is believed that these invisible spirits, if turn angry, can do the worst with that particular person.

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#3. Chor Minar, Hauz Khas

Hauz Khas is one of the most happening places for Delhi for all party lovers. If you ever have been in Delhi, then you might have the glimpse of various historical monuments in the particular area, Hauz Khas.

But the nights are very scary and creepy, here, in the Hauz Khas. Built during the sovereignty of Ala-ud-din Khilji, the Chor Minar was the place which uses to use in order to punish thieves, by killing them very brutally.

The evil spirits of these thieves are believed to haunt the area, Hauz Khas, even today!

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#4. Bhuli Bhatiyari ka Mahal, Jhandewalan

Situated within the dense Southern Ridge of Delhi, this 14th-century tombstone is one of the attractions of the national capital.

Distance, of the historical monument, can be completed when the walking for this place will start from the serpentine road which is near the massive, Hanuman statue in Jhandewalan.

At the period of the Tughlaq era, Bhuli Bhatiyari ka Mahal was originally a hunting lodge which strictly belonged to the rulers of that era.

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Reportedly, the monument is believed to be the home of a number of souls and ghosts. One of the famous grapevines of this locality is said, that strange noises are heard in this place, especially after midnight.

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