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Karbala graveyard to jinns of Jamali Kamali Mosque: Delhi's 5 most haunted locations

Bhaskar News | Last Modified - Oct 28, 2013, 01:40 AM IST

In Delhi there are several places that are supposed to be haunted by ghosts.
  • Karbala graveyard to jinns of Jamali Kamali Mosque: Delhi's 5 most haunted locations
    Karbala graveyard to jinns of Jamali Kamali Mosque: Delhi's 5 most haunted locations
    New Delhi: Do you believe on ghosts? There are several places across the world haunted by ghosts. Not many believe in these stories and have dismissed them as spoof.
    But let us tell you there are people who claim that they have personally witnessed these unseen phenomenon. Even the administration has taken a note of these frequent complains and issued advisory- to avoid these places after sunset.
    Would you dare to venture in these places haunted by the unknown forces of nature?
    The following list might help you plan your itinerary.
    The Jamali Kamali Mosque
    The historical mosque is known for many ghost sightings and stories associated with it. The renowned sufi saint was buried here in 1535 alongside Kamali. You get an unsettling feeling once inside the chamber of the tomb and can also experience all kinds of noises calling out to you from the nearby graves, marking it unsafe to visit during night time.
    As the Sun goes down, people have complained of getting slapped by invisible forces. Every Thursday, after the evening prayers fakirs call upon Jinns.
    The mosque is undoubtedly a mystery for people and remains mainly deserted due to the above reason.
    Delhi Cantt's women in white clothes
    The area residents have often complained of a spirit that scares the pedestrians and vehicle drivers. The spirit is of a woman who dies in a car accident there. Her presence has been confirmed by many people.
    The woman is usually draped in white clothing and is often spotted by people roaming on cantt's roads. The woman will stop scooter and motorcycles for lift, and will disappear as soon as the person stops to offer her the lift.
    Khooni Darwaza
    Bhadur Shah Zafar's three son's Mirza Mughal, Kriz Sultan and Abu Bakr were executed by British General William Hudson. Since then the doorway is known by the name of 'Khooni Darwaza'.
    The Gateway is located in the centre of the city. It is believed that any foreigner who visits or crosses the gateway is haunted by the spirit of executed princes and try to seek revenge of their death.
    Sanjay Van
    Sanjay Van is a stretch of about 10 Kms, a green lung of the city but also known to be haunted by spirits as it houses innumerable Majaars (masouleums of sufi saints) & graves punctuated with broken ramparts of Qila Rai Pithora. Many encounters have been reported ever since its existence.
    Like cantt many people have complained that they have seen a woman drapped in white cloth walking amidst the trees of the park.
    Karbala
    Karbala Graveyard Karbala is a Shiite burial ground in BK Dutt Colony for the funeral of tazias, the ritual coffins of Imam Husain Ibn Ali (the prophet’s grandson). If you look carefully, you’ll be able to clearly see the auspicious material (or whatever remains of them now) used to perform the rituals on or near a couple of graves. There is an eerie and gloomy ambience about this place, marked by cries and a certain loneliness which may get to you especially if visited during the evenings.
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