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These Temples Are Known For Removing Ghosts From Human Bodies, People Possessed By Spirits Are Claimed To Be Treated Here. Find Out

Aishwarya Dudha | Last Modified - Nov 03, 2017, 06:38 PM IST

Indian temples where exorcism is done to free people who are haunted by the unknown.
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    The practice of removing ghosts and evil spirits that have possessed a human body is known as exorcism. While it was made popular for the first time in 1973 horror movie 'The Exorcist,' the practice of exorcism in reality exists in many countries of the world since the 18th century. And India is one of them.

    There have been many documented cases of exorcism practiced on Catholics, Buddhists, Taoists and even Muslims. In India too, the process of exorcism has prevailed since centuries; and people who were believed to be possessed by spirits, sought tantric help.

    In fact, there are several religious places in the country where this takes place even today. People bring their relatives to these shrines and often the person concerned undergoes severe atrocities like inflicting pain on oneself in myraid ways, in the name of penance, in hope to get cured of bad spirits.

    Let's check out these places in India where exorcism can be witnessed. Sit back for a spooky ride!

    Hazrat Syed Ali Mira Datar Dargah, Gujarat
    If you’re near this shine, you will often hear screams of people. The victim’s relatives can book a room here for Rs.800 for a month and then treatment the begins. The violent spirits are chained to a wall. Other victims can be seen rolling on the floor to cure themselves. People of any religion can go here.

  • +6 See more slides
    The practice of removing ghosts and evil spirits that have possessed a human body is known as exorcism. While it was made popular for the first time in 1973 horror movie 'The Exorcist,' the practice of exorcism in reality exists in many countries of the world since the 18th century. And India is one of them.

    There have been many documented cases of exorcism practiced on Catholics, Buddhists, Taoists and even Muslims. In India too, the process of exorcism has prevailed since centuries; and people who were believed to be possessed by spirits, sought tantric help.

    In fact, there are several religious places in the country where this takes place even today. People bring their relatives to these shrines and often the person concerned undergoes severe atrocities like inflicting pain on oneself in myraid ways, in the name of penance, in hope to get cured of bad spirits.

    Let's check out these places in India where exorcism can be witnessed. Sit back for a spooky ride!

    Hazrat Syed Ali Mira Datar Dargah, Gujarat
    If you’re near this shine, you will often hear screams of people. The victim’s relatives can book a room here for Rs.800 for a month and then treatment the begins. The violent spirits are chained to a wall. Other victims can be seen rolling on the floor to cure themselves. People of any religion can go here.

  • +6 See more slides
    The practice of removing ghosts and evil spirits that have possessed a human body is known as exorcism. While it was made popular for the first time in 1973 horror movie 'The Exorcist,' the practice of exorcism in reality exists in many countries of the world since the 18th century. And India is one of them.

    There have been many documented cases of exorcism practiced on Catholics, Buddhists, Taoists and even Muslims. In India too, the process of exorcism has prevailed since centuries; and people who were believed to be possessed by spirits, sought tantric help.

    In fact, there are several religious places in the country where this takes place even today. People bring their relatives to these shrines and often the person concerned undergoes severe atrocities like inflicting pain on oneself in myraid ways, in the name of penance, in hope to get cured of bad spirits.

    Let's check out these places in India where exorcism can be witnessed. Sit back for a spooky ride!

    Hazrat Syed Ali Mira Datar Dargah, Gujarat
    If you’re near this shine, you will often hear screams of people. The victim’s relatives can book a room here for Rs.800 for a month and then treatment the begins. The violent spirits are chained to a wall. Other victims can be seen rolling on the floor to cure themselves. People of any religion can go here.

  • +6 See more slides
    The practice of removing ghosts and evil spirits that have possessed a human body is known as exorcism. While it was made popular for the first time in 1973 horror movie 'The Exorcist,' the practice of exorcism in reality exists in many countries of the world since the 18th century. And India is one of them.

    There have been many documented cases of exorcism practiced on Catholics, Buddhists, Taoists and even Muslims. In India too, the process of exorcism has prevailed since centuries; and people who were believed to be possessed by spirits, sought tantric help.

    In fact, there are several religious places in the country where this takes place even today. People bring their relatives to these shrines and often the person concerned undergoes severe atrocities like inflicting pain on oneself in myraid ways, in the name of penance, in hope to get cured of bad spirits.

    Let's check out these places in India where exorcism can be witnessed. Sit back for a spooky ride!

    Hazrat Syed Ali Mira Datar Dargah, Gujarat
    If you’re near this shine, you will often hear screams of people. The victim’s relatives can book a room here for Rs.800 for a month and then treatment the begins. The violent spirits are chained to a wall. Other victims can be seen rolling on the floor to cure themselves. People of any religion can go here.

  • +6 See more slides
    The practice of removing ghosts and evil spirits that have possessed a human body is known as exorcism. While it was made popular for the first time in 1973 horror movie 'The Exorcist,' the practice of exorcism in reality exists in many countries of the world since the 18th century. And India is one of them.

    There have been many documented cases of exorcism practiced on Catholics, Buddhists, Taoists and even Muslims. In India too, the process of exorcism has prevailed since centuries; and people who were believed to be possessed by spirits, sought tantric help.

    In fact, there are several religious places in the country where this takes place even today. People bring their relatives to these shrines and often the person concerned undergoes severe atrocities like inflicting pain on oneself in myraid ways, in the name of penance, in hope to get cured of bad spirits.

    Let's check out these places in India where exorcism can be witnessed. Sit back for a spooky ride!

    Hazrat Syed Ali Mira Datar Dargah, Gujarat
    If you’re near this shine, you will often hear screams of people. The victim’s relatives can book a room here for Rs.800 for a month and then treatment the begins. The violent spirits are chained to a wall. Other victims can be seen rolling on the floor to cure themselves. People of any religion can go here.

  • +6 See more slides
    The practice of removing ghosts and evil spirits that have possessed a human body is known as exorcism. While it was made popular for the first time in 1973 horror movie 'The Exorcist,' the practice of exorcism in reality exists in many countries of the world since the 18th century. And India is one of them.

    There have been many documented cases of exorcism practiced on Catholics, Buddhists, Taoists and even Muslims. In India too, the process of exorcism has prevailed since centuries; and people who were believed to be possessed by spirits, sought tantric help.

    In fact, there are several religious places in the country where this takes place even today. People bring their relatives to these shrines and often the person concerned undergoes severe atrocities like inflicting pain on oneself in myraid ways, in the name of penance, in hope to get cured of bad spirits.

    Let's check out these places in India where exorcism can be witnessed. Sit back for a spooky ride!

    Hazrat Syed Ali Mira Datar Dargah, Gujarat
    If you’re near this shine, you will often hear screams of people. The victim’s relatives can book a room here for Rs.800 for a month and then treatment the begins. The violent spirits are chained to a wall. Other victims can be seen rolling on the floor to cure themselves. People of any religion can go here.

  • +6 See more slides
    The practice of removing ghosts and evil spirits that have possessed a human body is known as exorcism. While it was made popular for the first time in 1973 horror movie 'The Exorcist,' the practice of exorcism in reality exists in many countries of the world since the 18th century. And India is one of them.

    There have been many documented cases of exorcism practiced on Catholics, Buddhists, Taoists and even Muslims. In India too, the process of exorcism has prevailed since centuries; and people who were believed to be possessed by spirits, sought tantric help.

    In fact, there are several religious places in the country where this takes place even today. People bring their relatives to these shrines and often the person concerned undergoes severe atrocities like inflicting pain on oneself in myraid ways, in the name of penance, in hope to get cured of bad spirits.

    Let's check out these places in India where exorcism can be witnessed. Sit back for a spooky ride!

    Hazrat Syed Ali Mira Datar Dargah, Gujarat
    If you’re near this shine, you will often hear screams of people. The victim’s relatives can book a room here for Rs.800 for a month and then treatment the begins. The violent spirits are chained to a wall. Other victims can be seen rolling on the floor to cure themselves. People of any religion can go here.

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