Dow Hill of Kurseong: Dow Hill in Kurseong is considered by believers to be one of the most haunted places in West Bengal, especially in the corridors of Victoria Boys’ School and in the surrounding woods. A number of murders have taken place in the forest.
Ghats on The Ganges - Under Howrah Bridge, Kolkata: The site of several deaths (either due to suicide or drowning accidents), believers speculate that many spirits wander this sacred river.
Grand Paradi Towers, Mumbai, Maharashtra: Said to be the most famous haunted building in Mumbai, as it was the site of several suicides and deaths.
Hastings House, Alipore, Kolkata: This is one of the most ancient buildings in Kolkata. It was constructed by Governor General Warren Hastings, and later it became the Governor's residence. Now, Calcutta University runs a women's college here. Many students have reported to see ghosts inside the building and on the grounds.
Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb: Located in the archaeological village complex in Mehrauli, Delhi, the complex is said to be haunted. There have been reports of people being slapped by invisible forces and hearing ghostly voices from adjoining graves. As a result, the fakirs call upon Jinns on every Thursday.
Ruins of Kuldhara.
Kuldhara: A site in the Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan, once a prosperous village inhabited by PaliwalBrahmins from 13th to early 19th centuries. Local legends hold that the Paliwals cursed the village with a haunting to frighten anyone who tried to occupy it. The local residents around the area do not believe in the legends, but propagate them for tourism. The Indian Paranormal Society's Gaurav Tiwari believes the village is haunted.