Route : Delhi Agra Sariska Bhangarh Delhi
Upon your arrival in the Indian capital city of New Delhi, you will be greeted by our representative at the Indira Gandhi International Airport. After a warm welcome, you will be escorted to your hotel for night stay (early check-in is subject to availability).
Overnight stay at Hotel in Delhi
After early breakfast visit The Red Fort in Old Delhi. Fort was constructed in 1648 by the fifth Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan as the palace of his fortified capital Shahjahanabad. The Red Fort is named for its massive enclosing walls of red sandstone with beautiful palaces in and is adjacent to the older Salimgarh Fort, built by Islam Shah Suri in 1546. Salimgarh Fort is considered as one of the most haunted places in Old Delhi. The British used it as a death prison. Many prisoners died within its walls and a few in the dark dungeons. The people, who keep a watch on this fort, hear the groans, the whispered conversations and the rusting of iron shackles. The Emperor Aurangzeb incarcerated his favorite daughter Zebu Nissa in the fortress prison of Salimgarh, where she languished for twenty years until her death. The aggrieved ghost of Zebu Nissa haunts Salimgarh in the moonlight. She sings her own composed couplets wearing a dark veil (The Red Fort and Salimgarh are closed on Monday).
Then visit Khooni Darwaza, a monument which was constructed in Sher Shah Suri’s reign and has gained notoriety due to the many murders and dark deeds committed at the place. People have reported blood dripping from the ceiling during monsoons and screaming voices during the night.
Next you will visit Fort of Feroz Shah Kotla. This beautiful fort was built during the middle years of the 14th century. The most striking thing about the monument, that it occupied by a multitude of invisible to the naked eye jinns. The jinns are a race of spirit beings that can be good or evil. Local folks congregate every Thursday at the fort and offer incense sticks, among other offerings, in order to calm the ruffled jinns or make the requests and wishes. A lot of wishes, written to jinns on paper, can be seen on the walls within the premises.
After Lunch in local restaurant (at your own cost) continue your tour toward the Agrasen ki Baoli - a stepwell built by maharaja Agrasen in the mid of 14th century. Stepwell of Agrasen consists of 103 steps made of red stone that leads to a water reservoir. This place is not only one of the most popular, but also one of the most haunted places in Delhi. Some people assert that the stepwell is a residence of evil spirits. As per the claims, the baoli (stepwell) was earlier filled with Black water which attracted disheartened and depressed admirers. A mystic power hypnotized people to their death by alluring them to jump in the waters. It is believed that so called "Baoli of the unseen", used to call for people to offer their lives and raise its water levels.
After that continue your tour to Dargah of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya driving past India’s seat of power like President House and Parliament House; diplomatic and administrative area of New Delhi, and India Gate - the famous war memorial arch of India.
In the evening you will visit Dargah of Hazrat Nizamuddin for the unique chance to hear and enjoy devotional soul-stirring Sufi music called “qawwali”. True to Sufi tradition, love for God is invoked in terms of romance through the music. Dargah itself is mausoleum of one of the world's most famous Sufi saints, Hazrat Khwaja Syed Nizamuddin Auliya (1238 - 1325 CE). Dargah is considered to be one of few religious shrines that still practice exorcism.
Here, during qawwali sessions, some people can be found banging their heads, growling, murmuring indistinct words and rolling around on the floor. While they might otherwise behave normally, this behavior occurs only in holy places during holy chants, joint prayers or devotional music indicating that the evil spirit inside them is having a hard time as it wrestles with the power of the saint (although qawwali sessions are held every day between 6:00 – 8:00 pm, the main qawwali sessions take place on every Thursday/Sunday in the evenings from 6:30 onwards)
Overnight stay at the hotel in Delhi.
Drive: Delhi – Agra (205 Kms / 04 Hrs)
After an earlier breakfast (at 8:00) embark on your journey to Agra – home to the Taj Mahal.
Upon arrival in Agra while crossing the city, drive past amazing building of St. John’s College. Established in 1850, it is one of the oldest and beautiful colleges in India. Being one of the highly recognized educational centers of India, it is also known as a most haunted place in Agra. The common wing of its Bishop French Hostel (rooms 17 to 21) was considered as the one of the most paranormal places of the city. People see shadows, whistling and walking on the railing of the college after 2:00 am. It is said that these are the spirits of the students who have committed suicide here.
Upon arrival - check in at the hotel.
Afternoon witness the surreal views of the Taj Mahal. Step inside this eternal symbol of love and appreciate the intricate designs and symmetries that rhyme as a poem written in marble. Taj Mahal is an extravagant display of love, built by Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal.
Later visit the splendid Agra fort, built in red sandstone, encapsulating magnificent palaces, halls of public and private audience and beautiful gardens. Along with its great architecture Agra fort considered as the most haunted place in Agra. During its rich and long history fort witnessed many deaths, conspiracies and murders that made it one of the most haunted places in India.
This evening you visit marble inlay workshops and indulge in exquisite souvenir shopping in the culture and tradition filled city of Agra. Apart from beautiful marble artifacts, Agra is also famous for its exquisite leather work, embroidered fabrics and traditional embroidered ‘jutti’ i.e. flat shoes.
Late in the evening (8:30) visit Dargah Abul Ula, an Islamic shrine built over the grave of Hazrat Syedna Shah Ameer Abul Ula (1582 -1651), a Sufi Saint of the Naqshbandi order in India, whose whole life was busy in preaching and demonstrating uncountable miracles. This small dargah is famous for the fact, that this place has a miraculous power to rid the possessed people of evil spirits attachments. Every day dozens of people suffering from demonic possession are brought here in the hope of deliverance.
Overnight stay at the hotel in Agra.
DRIVE: AGRA – BHANGARH - SARISKA (265 KMS / 07 HRS)
After early breakfast, at 7:30 embark on your journey to Sariska Wildlife Century which is the best place to spot Indian leopard, jungle cat, caracal, sambar and axis deer, blue bull, jebeer gazelle, wild boar etc., and different kinds of birds.
Enroute visit famous Mehandipur Balaji Mandir, which is a noted Hindu temple dedicated to the Hindu God Hanuman. The temple has been known for many years for exorcism from evil spirits attachments and black magic or spells. In 2013, an international team of scientist, scholars and psychiatrists from Germany, Netherlands, AIIMS, New Delhi, and University of Delhi started a study to evaluate all aspects of treatment and rituals at the temple.
Then visit then visit Abhaneri, a small village where you will see the amazing Chand Baoli, a step wells which consists of 3,500 narrow steps over 13 stories, and 9th century Harshat Mata Temple. Local people of Abhaneri tell many stories about this place. They believe that the baori is inhabited by jinns and there is a secret canal also, and whoever, who dares to go there, never comes back.
Then continue you journey with the next stop at Bhangarh Fort - the most haunted place in India. This fort has been associated with several horror stories and is known as the most haunted place in India. People say that spirits roam in Bhangarh Fort at night. People often hear strange noises like screaming, crying voice of women, bangles sound in the rooms. They reported many weird and scarcely credible incidents like some one's talking and a special smell is felt. Such kind of weird incidents are reported in the fort after dusk. People have seen ghostly shadow, strange lights, unusual sound of music and dance coming from the Bhangarh fort. It is said that whoever entered in the fort after sunset and stayed there for a night, would not return from the fort next morning! The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) sign board put up there has in display the following words: - "Staying after sunset is strictly prohibited in this area."
They said that fort was built in 1631 by Raja Madho Singh after attaining the approval of Guru Balu Nath, an ascetic, who used to meditate there. The saint gave his approval on a condition that the shadow of emperor’s palace would never touch him at his forbidden retreat. In case the shadow pats over his place the city will be turned into ruins. The emperor started his constriction. The Bhangarh fort was built with several stories and finally shadowed the prohibited retreat of Guru Balu Nath. As per the prophecy Bhangarh immediately transformed into a cursed city and could never be rebuilt as no structures ever managed to survive in it, any house build in or around the cursed area faces a roof collapse.
Later, upon arrival in Sariska - check in at the hotel and rest.
Drive: Sariska- Delhi (210 Kms / 04 Hrs)
After breakfast, check out from hotel and return drive to Delhi.
Upon arrival in Delhi, transfer to International airport or Domestic airport or your Delhi hotel.
services terminate at Delhi.