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Top 3 haunted place in India

1Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan


Bhangarh Fort was built in 17th century by Maharaja Man singh Singh for his younger brother Madho singh.Bhangarh Fort is as spectacular in view as its past is as terrible. Let us tell you that according to a famous story about Bhangarotsav, the princess of Bhagwad, Radwanti, who was very beautiful as per the name. At that time his form was discussed all over the state and the princes from every corner of the country were to marry him. At that time, he was just 18 years old and his youth had brought more glory in his form. At that time, childbirths were coming for him from many states. At the same time, she used to go to the market with her friends from a barrt. Princess and Shrendavati reached a perfume shop and she was taking perfume in her hands and taking her scent. At the same time, a scam named Registry was created from some distance from that shop. He was watching them very carefully. Singhia lived in the same state and was a master of black magic. It is said that he was crazy about the form of a princess and loved Pragna. He wanted to acquire the princess somehow. So they came to that shop and put a perfume bottle which the queen was liking and she did black magic on the bottle which was done to subdue the princess.

2Tunnel No. 33, Shimla

One of the longest tunnels on the Shimla-Kalka route, this stretch is known to be particularly eerie. Reportedly, the voice of a scorned British railway engineer Captain Barog, who was given the task to complete the tunnel but couldn’t at the stipulated time, has often been heard. Locals, however, say he’s a friendly ghost.

3.Shaniwarwada Fort, Pune



India's historical heritage Shaniwar Wada Fort is a major tourist destination of Pune, Maharashtra. This fort, built by Bajirao I, is a story of the deception of Bajirao to Kashibai and the incomplete love story of Bajirao-Mastani, as well as the story of the rise and fall of the Peshwas. It is counted among the major tourist places of Pune.


Shaniwar Wada Fort used to be a major center of Indian politics during the rise of Maratha Peshwas in the 16th century. But unfortunately it was mysteriously destroyed in the grip of fire. Today it remains as a relic.

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