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Ankit Rana Oct 13 2015

Which are the most haunted places in North Delhi?

Etti Bali Oct 14 2015
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There are many haunted places in North Delhi and some of them include Lothian Cemetery, Delhi Ridge (which includes the Malcha Mahal), Feroze Shah Kotla Fort and Nicholson's Cemetery. There are many other haunted places in Delhi which you can explore, but remember to not get too adventurous.

Feroze Shah Kotla Fort

An almost deserted and eerie look looms over the Feroze Shah Kotla Fort. Built as part of Firozabad, one of the seven cities of Delhi, the fort is believed to be haunted by djinns. On Thursdays, you can see locals offering bowls of milk, and lighting candles and incense to appease the djinns so that they fulfill their wishes.

The Citadel of the Fort (by Anupamg)

Malcha Mahal

The lush jungles of the Delhi Ridge are as mesmerising as they are mysterious! Situated near Sardar Patel Marg, Malcha Mahal is one of the best kept secrets of the Ridge. Originally a Tughlaq era hunting lodge, the place has an enigmatic atmosphere.

Lothian Cemetery

Situated close to the General Post Office in Kashmere Gate, Lothian Cemetery was built by the British in the year 1808. There are many spooky legends associated with this cemetery where only British soldiers are buried. A big Celtic Cross welcomes you to the burial ground and as you walk around, you can feel an eerie air engulfing the place.

Burial Site (by Hemant Arya)

Nicholson's Cemetery

One of the oldest cemeteries in Delhi, Nicholson's Cemetery houses the graves of British officials, soldiers and their families. An unsettling lull presides over the site, and as you walk around, you are bound to get the feeling of being followed. Gigantic tamarind trees and palms add up to make the place more intriguing.

Graveyard (by Hemant Arya)

Mutiny Memorial

Another landmark in Kashmere Gate, the Mutiny Memorial was built by the British government to commemorate the martyrdom of British soldiers and officials in the sepoy mutiny of 1857. Apparitions and severed limbs are reportedly sighted by many people.

Standing Tall (by Pallav.journo)

With Halloween's Day coming up, we wish you a chilly holiday season! Beware and take care while visiting these haunted places in North Delhi.

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