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Published on : Thursday, January 21, 2016
If tourists are looking for a taste of the unknown thrill, then this is the right time to visit Delhi’s haunted escapades and have encounters with none other than the real ghosts of the past era. In its latest haunted tourism sites Delhi has chalked out a collection of venues where you are guaranteed a fright of your life as angry djinns and howling cries will make your pulse beat go double.
Offering a complete paranormal experiences, a section of the annual diary of the city reveals that tourists will be greeted by ghoulish beings and slapped by invisible hands. One of the major attractions for haunted tourism will be Jamaali Kamaali Masjid.
The Masjid preserves the memories of renowned sufi saints Jamaali and Kamaali who were buried in 1535. The Masjid is said to be haunted by djinns. Visitors in the past have been slapped by invisible hands and have heard deafening screams all along the masjid. People are advised to avoid the place after sunset.
The Feroz shah Tuglaq fort is another monument chosen in the list. Built in 1354, rumors have it djinns wander around the ruins of this fort. Locals offer candles and incense sticks every Thursday to appease the djinns.
Delhi has many important monuments and relics reliving the golden past of the Mogul era. Tourists find Delhi interesting for its archeological importance and with this new interest created visitors will find the city all the more intriguing.