Monday, November 21, 2011

Haunted places for Paranormal holidays in India

India is an ancient land full of interesting and thrilling stories. A land full of myths, mysteries and enigmas, India lures ghost hunters and enthusiasts from around the globe to book flights to India.

India, with its rich and long history, is full of mysteries. Flight ticket to India offers a sneak peek into cryptic secrets that are yet to be unfolded. This wonderful country offers ample opportunities to ghost hunters as well as regular thrill-seeking travellers who love chasing down the paranormal on their holidays.

Let’s take a quick tour of some haunted places to visit in India that invoke a sense of mystery and enigma, and entice people to book flights to India

Forts of Bhangarh, Rajasthan

Mighty forts of Bhangarh arouse a strange sceptical feeling in the atmosphere and cause restlessness and anxiety among visitors on their tour to this fort. If rumours are to be taken seriously then people here have even went missing! These folklores have added immensely to the popularity of cheap flights to India with many wanting to check out the most haunted place in India. With an utmost enigma to be unfolded, Bhangarh Forts promise to thrill tourists who travel to this haunted destination.

Brij Raj Bhavan Heritage Hotel, Kota

The 178-year-old Brij Raj Bhavan Palace in Kota, Rajasthan, which was converted into a heritage hotel in the 1980s, has a resident ghost! The gentleman ghost of Major Burton is said to be harmless.

Delhi Cantt, New Delhi

India’s capital city of New Delhi has its own share of ghosts and ghost stories! Most leisure travellers taking flights to India land up in this city as Delhi is well connected with other parts of the country via road-links, rail networks and airways. Therefore travellers do not face many hassles in an effort to meet Delhi’s most famous ghost or more appropriately ‘ghostess’! The area around Delhi Cantt is said to be haunted by a vengeful spirit of a lady, clad in white dress, who asks motorists for lift and then suddenly disappears!

Dumas Beach, Gujarat

The Dumas in Gujarat is a haunted cremation site where many locals have complained to have heard weird voices. Especially at night people have heard strange whispers warning of the danger around the proximity of this beach. It is believed that this Hindu crematorium is lurking full with spirits of dead people!

Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad

A big ticket draw for ghost hunters and ‘ghost lovers’, Ramoji Film City is said to be haunted by notorious ghosts of dead soldiers. This film city is built on the war grounds of Nizams and if locals are to be believed then this place is haunted big time!

Rajeev Gandhi International airport

The rumour that has been doing rounds is that Rajeev Gandhi International Airport located in Hyderabad is haunted by the spirits of those who were killed during the airport’s construction. No wonder, anyone with even a mild interest in the paranormal can be seen haggling hard for cheap flights to India that land up in Hyderabad.

Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai

This top Indian hotel has welcomed almost every major global celebrity who has taken flights to India. But the luxurious environ and top of the line services do not devoid the hotel of its spookiness! The hotel is said to be haunted by the ghost of its architect.

Shaniwarwada Fort, Pune

A mighty fort built by the rulers of Peshwa Dynasty contains many bone-chilling stories within its walls. None is as heartbreaking as what happened hundreds of years back at this mighty fort. A prince, heir to the royal throne, was killed on his close relative’s orders. It is said that visitors taking a trip to the fort after nightfall can still hear his cries for help.

The Savoy, Mussoorie

This holiday hotel dates back to 1902. It is said that the corridors of this hotel are haunted by the ghost of Lady Garnet Orme, who was found dead in mysterious circumstances.

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