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Indian Temples And Their Haunted Believes

And on the Seventh Day God Said “Let There Be Light,” and there was light. This incidence from The Holy Bible gives us the hope that the Almighty love us so much that he created this beautiful world and gives this land to us to rule. This blue planet is filled with many amazing wonders of the world that makes this place curious and more curious.

India is that country in this world which is known for its different religions and different believes. Even though there are so many religions prevailing in this country but each one of them is given same honor and equal respect. The glittering temples in this country are one of the reasons that enhance Indian Tourism.

Amidst the culture of faith and believes there are certain things that force us to think that how anything can be evil or possessed in this world of God. There are many places in this country which leaves the questions behind that, are there anything like ghosts or evil spirits or If this universe is created by God than how anyone can be possessed by any demonic forces? These paranormal activities have always been mysterious to us and the places which performs exorcism makes this topic more interesting.

Today we are going to discuss about those mysterious places or temples that might shake your believes in spirits, may be in God….

  1. Mehandipur Ke Balaji – Rajasthan
  2. Hazrat Syed Ali Meera Datar Dargah – Gujarat
  3. Devi Maharaj Mandir – Malajpur
  4. Kashtabhanjan Dev Hanumanji Mandir – Gujarat
  5. Nizamuddin Dargah – Delhi

1. Mehandipur Ke Balaji – Rajasthan

Mehandipur Ke Balaji

Mehandipur Ke Balaji – Rajasthan

This is one of the temples that always top the list. Dedicated to Lord Hanuman this temple is famous for performing hard core exorcism and to wash the demon away from the body of the person. The temple is believed to have the miraculous powers. You can see people chained and crawling on the ground and perform penance by pouring boiling water on them. Located in the Dausa district of Rajasthan, this temple is visited by thousands of devotees every day to get rid of the possession. One more thing that is believed here, once you are done with the exorcism and leaving out the premises do not turn back or you will be possess again!

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Suggested Tour: 13 Nights 14 Days Rajasthan Temple Tours

2. Hazrat Syed Ali Meera Datar Dargah – Gujarat

Hazrat Syed Ali Meera Datar Dargah

Hazrat Syed Ali Meera Datar Dargah – Gujarat

Continuous screaming, people chained with the walls and ‘Maulvis’ (priest) performing exorcism is the impression that you can experience while you visit this shrine. Your India Tours become more spooky when you see people behaving differently in the state of possession The dargah is located in Univa village and is also known as Ali Mira Datar Dargah. People of all caste, creed and religion visit this dargah to get rid away from the evil spirit (according to the locals) and consequently a lot of strange thing going at this place. People who are severely suffering for them Dargah offers room facility at the price of Rs 800 per month. The violent cases are chained to a wall.

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3. Devi Maharaj Mandir – Malajpur

Devi Maharaj Mandir

Devi Maharaj Mandir – Malajpur

Small village named Malajpur of the Indian state Madhya Pradesh is famous for kicking out the ghosts and evil spirits from human body. This sacred temple is one of the places in India that performs exorcism and drives away the demonic presence. The temple also hosts ‘Bhoot Mela’ (Ghost Fair) every year. Your Temple Tourism in India get more thrilling when you visit this place on full moon night when you can witness people burring camphor on their palms or on their writs as a way to wash away the presence of evil spirits. Priest in this temple also use broom to purify the victims of the evil.

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Suggested Tour: 10 Nights 11 Days Enthralling Madhya Pradesh Tour

4. Kashtabhanjan Dev Hanumanji Mandir – Gujarat

Kashtabhanjan Dev Hanumanji Mandir

Kashtabhanjan Dev Hanumanji Mandir – Gujarat

Lord Hanuman, the monkey Goa, is considered as one of the powerful source to drive away the demon and its presence. That is why Lord Hanuman is called ‘Sankat Mochan’. Kashtabhanjan Dev Hanumanji Mandir in Gujarat is one of the places where lakhs of people visit taking their loved one who are suffering from the evil presence. It is believed that merely by a sight of the temple drives the evil spirits away. When you will be on your North India Temple Tours, try to visit this temple. Saturday is designated as the perfect day to perform ritual for those who are affected by evil spirits. People who brought here are touched by the silver road by the main priest who performs exorcism.

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5. Nizamuddin Dargah – Delhi

Nizamuddin Dargah

Nizamuddin Dargah – Delhi

No wonder if Delhi is serving as the capital, because it is not only the politics, glorious history, majestic monuments and Delhi Tourism for which the place is famous. When it comes to devotion and believes you can see there is a place named Nizamuddin Dargah which has its own significance. It is not only the prominent Muslim shrines but also is place where one can get rid away the evil spirits. The Dargah is visited by thousands of devotees every week during a year. People from all religious belief visit this place to feel the true Sufi tradition. The place is full of qawwali environment and amidst that Sufi environ you can also hear the shrieks and screams from a deserted alone room in the premises. It is said that priest performs exorcism in this, one room.

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There are many other places in the India which are famous for mystical believes and spooky rituals. Well, that’s what the beauty of our India, where we show that The God and The Evil are given equal importance that show the message that there is good and there is evil, it is us who has right to choose between these two and decide our fates.

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