Malcha Mahal haunted (a.k.a. Bistdari Mahal or Wilayat Mahal) is a historical village that was inhabited by thousands of villagers in 1600 A.D. This was a square community house at that time that was built by Feroz Shah Tughlaq. Located in the heart of Delhi, next to the Delhi Earth Station where it’s quite isolated, the structure mostly lies in ruins today. It is located directly behind the Buddha Garden (Buddha Jayanti Park). Check out the full Malcha Mahal haunted story below.
The property was later renamed Wilayat Mahal after Begum Wilayat Mahal of Awadh when she was given the palace by India’s government in May of 1985. This was done after she staged a long protest for the government to return her properties, protests that others throughout the whole country of India joined in on. She later went on to commit suicide. Some people said that she consumed poison while others said that she drank crushed diamonds. Regardless as to what she actually consumed, on December 10, 2008 when she was 62 years old, Mahal committed suicide because she was depressed. However, her body wasn’t found until 10 days later when she was discovered lying on her study desk. The night before she was buried, both of her children slept with her dead body.
Today, her son Riaz Mahal (a prince) and daughter Princess Sakina Mahal both continue to dress in black clothing. They also continue to live at Malcha Mahal haunted along with their fierce hound dogs. Both of the Mahal children claimed that these dogs were a “necessity” because they were terrified of being robbed constantly, which is also why they were given the right (by the government of India) to shoot intruders in the name of “self-protection.”
Since then, there have been numerous people, including reporters who have attempted to go in but have never came back out again. For this reason, even the forest rangers now avoid this area. With this happening and the fact that neither of these individuals have any interaction with the outside world any longer, mystery surrounds Malcha Mahal haunted and the place not only seems to stand still in time but it also seems to have been forgotten about as well.
Malcha Mahal Stories
While there aren’t a lot of visitors to Malcha Mahal haunted there are a lot of Malcha Mahal stories about hauntings to be told. Even the forest itself, as well as the iron grill in the front of the place appear like a ghost. However, there is a lot of question as to whether or not the rumors of the paranormal activities that have been said to take place at Malcha Mahal haunted are actually true. Is this place really home to numerous ghosts or is something else taking place here instead? Let us know your thoughts by leaving us a comment about the Malcha Mahal stories.