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It is only known for two things - first, its rare collection of books and second - its haunted incidents.

Regular visitors reported some eerie incidents about this haunted place. Some has heard the sound of footsteps coming from no where while others felt close breathing noise near them when they did not place the books at their right place. People believe it is the soul of governor's wife- Lady Metcalfe. She loved cleanliness and hated when somebody did not put things in its right place. It is one of such haunted places in Kolkata where people fear to enter in nights of Kali Puja when goddess Kali is evoked in late hours of night.

Aghoris visit this place on late night hours and eat remaining flesh of burning pyre and use them to evoke occult powers. She has been seen dancing on the platforms and wandering along the tracks, and the sight has allegedly caused the death of a railway employee.

However, these reports were rubbished by the government and the station was reopened in after being deserted for 42 years. Metro drivers and passengers have reported to see eerie unclear figures passing the track, given, the track has a voltage of V D. Legend has it that those are the spirits of people who died due to the suicides.

This burial ground was constructed in , and most of the graves are of British soldiers. This place is considered spooky, but spirits do not annoy any visitor. There are only few reports in favor of this place being haunted. According to one, a group who went to take photographs, saw a shadow in white dress. Soon he got an asthma attack even though not being Asthmatic and the others had fallen ill.

In that cemetery is the grave of Sir W. Mac Naghten, whose body was ripped apart in Afghanistan. Later, his wife had assembled the remaining pieces of his body, brought to Kolkata and buried here in this cemetery.

Apparently, if someone narrates this incident near his grave, then the huge tree above his grave shivers. Pride was the queen of the tracks, and won countless races and trophies for George. George loved her beyond anything. In the lapse of time, Pride started turning old and weak. One day she lost the annual Calcutta Derby, and in the following morning she was found dead on the tracks.

Since then, on moonlit Saturday nights, people may spot a charming white mare galloping across the race course. Although this building is still inhabited by some people, no one dares to live in the upper stories of the building, especially post-dusk. People feel creepy presence of the unseen everywhere while they are inside the palatial structure.

Apparently, this place was originally inhabited by wealthy zamindars who would sexually exploit women in here—and, it is their souls which hover around this place. 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 complained about spooky, paranormal incidents happening to them. Some claimed to see an old English man believed to be Warren Hastings on horse asking for some files while others have spectated the ghost of a boy who died years ago in the campus playing football.

Today it is Secretariat of West Bengal Government. None of the office staff take the risk of working late evening here. People who live near this building often listen sudden outcry, giggles and screams during midnight. Wrestlers who practice daily on Mullick Ghat and Zanana bathing ghat in early morning hours 3 AM , see someone's hands above water as if they are seeking help. People who fell in their trap and tries to help them never return.

A number of murders have taken place in the Dow Hill forest that has left an eerie feeling in the atmosphere.

Many locals have also heard footsteps in the corridors of Victoria Boys School during the December—March vacations, when no one is supposed to be inside. On the stretch that links Dow Hill to the forest office, woodcutters and labourers have reported seeing a headless boy walking for several yards and disappearing into the forest. Even many students are said to be afraid to attend classes in a school located beside its boundary wall.

Ruins of Murshidabad : Various myths and ghost stories surrounding the ruins of palaces of Muslim nawabs, mosques and cemeteries are very much popular among local residents as well as among tourists. In popular culture[ edit ] Ghosts, other similar supernatural entities, as well as tales of paranormal powers such as clairvoyance, psychic phenomenon etc.

Some classic literature and folk-lore are also based on such plot. The number of Bengali films of this genre are small in number compared to the western world.

Some radio and TV programs also feature stories of people's paranormal experiences. Common people of both Bangladesh and West Bengal love the supernatural thrills, and the personal stories of people's paranormal experiences are hot topics for gossip, rumours and hangout discussions among friends and family.

In the early days, ghosts were the only ingredients of Bengali folk-tales and fairy-tales. Lal Behari Dey has collected many folk-tales of Bengal, and translated them in English.

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His book called Folk-Tales of Bengal , first published in , features many amazing folk-tales associated with ghostly and supernatural beings. Other such story collection from the same author are Thakurdadar Jhuli , Thandidir Tholay and, Dadamoshayer Tholay Some are mentioned below: Depiction of Betaal hanging by a tree and King Vikramaditya in the background.

The hero of this series is King Vikramaditya , the legendary emperor of Ujjain, India. King faces many difficulties in bringing the Betaal a demonic being to the tantric.

Each time the king tries to capture the Betaal, it tells a story that ends with a riddle. If the king cannot answer the question correctly, the phantom consents to remain in captivity. If the king knows the answer but still keeps quiet, then his head shall burst into thousand pieces. And if King Vikram answers the question correctly, the phantom would escape and return to his tree. He knows the answer to every question; therefore the cycle of catching and releasing the phantom continues twenty-four times till the last question puzzles the king.

Troilokyanath Mukhopadhyay : He used ghosts in a humorous and satirical way in his novels and stories; and created a new genre in Bengali literature, which was pioneering, and is still followed today by many Bengali writers.

Upendra Kishore Roychowdhury : He is one of the most talented author of children's literature of his time, and also noted for his ghost stories where the ghosts are harmless, fun-loving, and benevolent entities.

Sukumar Ray : This acclaimed writer has written some humorous literary pieces e. His favorite genres were fantasy and supernatural stories. Sailajananda Mukhopadhyay: This noted Bengali novelist wrote a few horror short-stories such as Namaskar, Ke Tumi, etc. Manoj Basu: Well known for his novel Nishikutumbo, prolific writer and poet Manoj Basu also wrote several classic ghost stories such as Jamai, Paatal-konna, Lal Chul, etc.

Parashuram wrote many other ghost stories like Mahesher Mahajatra which also impart an undertone of humor. Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay : Another notable writer, predominantly famous for his detective series featuring Byomkesh Bakshi , has also authored a series called Baroda series.

Baroda is a Bengali guy who is very much interested in the paranormal and likes to share his adventures and experiences of supernatural incidents with his friends. Sharadindu has also written some ghost stories such as Kamini, Dehantor, Bhoot Bhabishyat etc. Manik Bandopadhyay : This literary legend of classic Bengali novels has also written many short-stories among which a few are horror stories, such as Holudpora, Chobir Bhoot etc. Tarasankar Bandyopadhyay : Leading novelist Tarasankar also wrote a few horror short-stories such as Daaini, Bhuler Chholona, etc.

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Leela Majumdar : Leela Majumdar wrote many ghost stories for children. Her ghost story collection features in her book Sob Bhuture.

Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay : Although known for his social novels set in rural Bengal, such as Pather Panchali, Adarsha Hindu Hotel, and Aranyak, this acclaimed writer also wrote some excellent short-stories involving the supernatural, such as Medal, Rankini Devir Khorgo, Maya, Obhisapto, Chele-dhora, Kashi kobirajer Golpo, Bhoitik Palonko, Kobirajer Bipod, Ashoriri, and the first two short stories featuring Taranath Tantrik, etc.

Taranath Tantrik is a classic character in Bengali literature when it comes to supernatural and paranormal stories. Taranath Tantrik is a mystic figure and practitioner of the occult. He is an astrologer by profession, and had many encounters with the supernatural in his extensive travels throughout the towns and villages of Bengal. He shares these experiences with a few friends in his Mott lane house over cups of tea and cigarettes. The specialty of his ghost stories is that his ghosts are innocent, kind and funny characters who always help the poor and needy, and punish the wicked person.

Goshaibaganer Bhoot The Ghost of Gosain Bagan is one of his famous children's fiction, which was later adopted as a film in His ghostly short-story collection is featured in his book, Bhoutik Golposhomogro. His book Rahashamaya Bhuter Galpa features some of his ghostly short stories. Siraj is also the creator of a series involving paranormal, featuring Murari Babu. Murari Babu is depicted as an innocent and nervous person living in Kolkata city, and his hobby is to collect old furniture from antique shops.

Yet, his hobby always finds a way to get him into troubles relating to the paranormal. Siraj's horror short stories collection is featured in his book Bhoutik Golposhomogro. Humayun Ahmed : Humayun Ahmed, arguably the most popular writer in post-liberation Bangladesh, wrote many stories and novels involving ghosts and the paranormal.

His famous character Misir Ali is depicted as a part-time professor of Parapsychology, who also solve baffling cases associated with the paranormal. Some of Humayun Ahmed's novels feature Himu , who is depicted to have supernatural abilities, is haunted by post-mortal presence of his father who guides him to follow the way to become a modern-day saint.

Humayun has also written many ghost stories, both for adult and children. Other than the writers mentioned above, many other prominent writers of Bengal have also written short-stories involving ghosts and the supernatural, such as Provatkumar Mukhopadhyay , [80] Achintya Kumar Sengupta , Satinath Bhaduri , Buddhadeb Bosu and so on. However, at the present day, some young Bengali horror story writers are being somewhat influenced by the western horror literature, and their writings thus lack the originality of the classic Bengali horror literature and ghost stories.

In many Bengali films, ghosts are depicted in a lightly comical mood and sometimes in a friendly way. In this film the King of Ghosts gives three boons to 'Goopy' and 'Bagha', the two poor village boys who aspired to become a singer and drummer respectively. With the help of those boons they did many amazing adventures.

They ultimately solve the mystery, and kill the vampire and his mentor. Putuler Protisodh , directed by Rabi Kinagi, was also based on the supernatural. The movie's story revolves around a girl named Bini who was married to Avinash. She falls prey in the hands of her in-laws who ultimately murdered her. The soul of Bini enters her doll to take revenge.

She kills her mother-in-law, father-in-law and her maternal uncle one by one, and finally wants to kill her husband. But Avinash's second wife Laxmi was able to free Bini's soul from the doll. It tells the story of a haunted mansion 'Choudhury Palace', where ghosts from different ethnic backgrounds and eras reside a Bengali zamindar of 18th century, an actress of the s, a modern rockstar, a soldier of Indian Army who died in Kargil, etc.

The film with its simple but humorous story went on to become a massive blockbuster of The story is about Indrajit, a UK based scholar.

I'm getting punishment so I need to change: to do more reading and praying, try to pray five times a day at exactly the right time. But it didn't work. Here [in London], getting medication and things, gradually Allah has pardoned [relieved] him. Whatever happens, it is God's will, although He may be responding to one's past actions or else be simply inscrutable.

And there is a long European tradition of ascribing to Muslims fatalism, of not merely accepting God's ultimate providence but of giving up too soon, of not pursuing actions such as healing for long enough by European measures but passing the call for action onto God, a critique which Edward Said has argued supported colonialism.

A good example is provided by the Arabist and traveller Charles Doughty in the s when he attempted to offer some sick Arab children medicine but was told their fate was in the hands of God. Something akin to this was found among the pre-Islamic Arabs as dahr, a notion of Fate, which appears very similar to that of classical Greece Bowering Dahr was modified by Islam in that a personified deity now controlled fate.

What Allah has determined happens Bowering : 58 ; when you are still in the womb an angel writes down your daily life, happiness and illness, hour of death. And each moment of time is God's creation. Compare structural functionalism and agency in social science. This seems similar to the earlier view of Abu'l-Hudhail ninth century CE that man can be said to be the agent only of acts he can contemplate; the rest is up to God cf.

Fakhry , 49— It engenders an attitude of passivity and of disinclination to undertake efforts to change or improve things. In considering the validity of this idea, we first need to clarify the distinction between this attribution of defeatist fatalism e. Senior et al. There is some conflict between surrendering to God's will and the search for treatment at times of illness. The Prophet approved the principle of medical treatment and encouraged his followers to seek it. Reconciling predestination by an omniscient, omnipotent but inscrutable God with free will and human action was a similar problem for Christianity Romans 8: 28—30 , and came to the doctrinal fore with St.

Augustine, and later in Calvinism, which solved it by arguing that although you could never be sure of being ultimately saved, you had to act as if you were, and if God favoured you materially in this life then that was a promising sign.

Unlike Christianity, Islam has no doctrine of original sin Conrad ; without going too deep into the theology of Islamic predestination and free will, 10 simply God has inscrutably decided who is to be ultimately saved or damned, and He also decides whom to punish in this life. And adversity or punishment in this life may be not just punishment, but may lead to an accelerated progression to paradise and, as in Christianity, a test of faith: mundane illness may be because He has something greater in store Conrad Prayers are future directed, not to change the past but forgiveness may be sought for past sins.

And submission to God seems a more prominent motif in Islamic than Christian or Judaic theology. In a questionnaire study of attitudes, Acevedo finds that theological fatalism e. Acevedo finds that empirical fatalism is more tied to social position than to religious membership, but there is some statistical association between the two types of fatalism.

Anthropologists would of course have numerous objections to this sort of study 13 but we think it not without interest. And yet at the same time it is ambiguous whether these always represented direct requests to God for immediate action rather than pious hopes or sturdy acquiescence. To make some sense of this, it can be compared to something apparently rather different: deflecting accusations of possessing evil eye.

Thirty years ago, the first author RL took his six-month old daughter with him for his first fieldwork in Trinidad. They were the only whites along the northern coast, and his blonde blue-eyed daughter was an object of curiosity for the local villagers and then for the religious cult they stayed with. Children scarcely bigger than her would attempt to pick her up and carry her around the wooden huts as a sort of trophy.

Now in spite of the wonderful Trinidad tradition of picong or barbed satire, RL took this as far from malicious. He did receive plenty of actual semi-malicious picong himself. Such a statement would have led to suspicions of envy and, if something adverse happened, to assumptions seldom accusations of evil eye maljo.

And more recent fieldwork in Albania and the Lebanon has yielded a remarkably similar pattern of evil eye avoidance as in the West Indies Littlewood Anything growing or being built is liable to evil eye: in Trinidad, RL's host family's chicken enclosure was protected by a blue bottle a sort of general all-purpose banishment of evil and anti-malevolence device , and in Albania houses being constructed are protected with suspended dolls or images with large eyes to deflect the evil eye.

Similar blue eyes as apotropaic pendants or brooches may be seen in Greek or Turkish grocer's shops in London. So one has to take precautions to make sure you are not doing it or to make sure that nobody suspects you. On the rare occasion of having done it, the correct course is to say you had not intended it and to apologise not an easy thing if the animal or child has died. Compare this with Evans-Pritchard's rather similar interpretation of Zande witchcraft. The finer points of curing blight from evil eye by secret Latin prayers in both countries are beyond detailed consideration here, except to note that in Trinidad and perhaps once in Albania evil eye can almost — almost — be motivated.

Bad talking gossip and long eye envy in Trinidad similarly shade into frank dirty ways the euphemism for sorcery , with the underlying motive being the same: a desire to gain or destroy at the expense of others, to covet their wealth, or plant, or child, or youth, or beauty, such that you assimilate it to yourself and leave the other diminished and bereft. And in the borderlands between the motivated and the unconscious, RL found the same thing with zombification accusations in Haiti, as Ardener has in Cameroon, and express envy is of course the standard rationale behind sorcery Douglas Fatalism is the flip side to egalitarianism and communal solidarity.

The authors would suggest, quite simply, that in small-scale face-to-face communities, such as rural Trinidad or Bangladesh and still among the socially constricted Bangladeshi communities in London , it is just not appropriate to attribute too much to personal agency or even to be aware of one's own agency: the overtly ambitious or too confident person is an object of suspicion and fear.

What unhallowed things have you got working for you? Have you forgotten your obligations to your fellows so soon? Do you really think you can do it on your own, you who think yourself so self-sufficient?

And in situations of potential advancement Islamic expansion, early modern Europe, contemporary modernity, 19 one has to be careful to displace any assumptions of self-advancement or well-being outside the customary limits of community obligations to avoid arousing jealous accusations and resentment, and thus losing social and cultural support.

Too facile optimism can be suspect and it is better to attribute major successes and misfortunes to some inscrutable deity or providence. Effortless agency and positive thinking, self-sufficiency and confident health, all can be dangerous. Thanks also to Malcolm Alexander for managerial expertise. Qur'anic quotations are from The Koran translated by N. Dawood, Harmondsworth: Penguin. Conflict of interest: none.

Notes 1. See Husain's autobiographical account for Bangladeshis in England. Amulet containing Qur'anic verses or other mantra used for sorcery as well as more commonly healing. Azim's wife Jasmin thought it was korni because Azim's cousin had wanted him to marry her. But Azim's dad didn't want it, and wanted to go up market and get Azim married to Jasmin.

Azim was good-looking at the time, you could sell him because of that. Jasmin's relatives were influential, her uncle was a chairman [of a village council], her family were from a higher class than Azim. Azim's family are lower caste.

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Spiritually purified by ritual ablutions and prayer. Probably an English loan word for jiin. Some Muslim sects such as the Khardarites continued to deny predestination until quite late in the history of Islam see Ibn Battuta , And the Shites were generally less enthusiastic Fakhry He goes as far as to say that man's attempt to influence God's will through praying is redundant since even man's action of praying has been envisaged by God and embedded into the greater determination Belo , A nation collapses as it attains a certain level, in favour of an upcoming nation which in turn will later collapse when it attains a certain level of development.

This natural law, used to explain the social and political fragility of the Maghreb in the fourteenth century CE, is based upon the assumption that this historic determination is unchangeable as it is God's will Mojuetan , Nor, as contemporary anthropology, is this paper directly concerned with the recent philosophical debates Holton , Mele following Benjamin Libet's famous experiments as to whether humans actually do have agency — active free will — but rather with the social meaning of what people think, of whether they experience themselves as possessing agency, and under what limits they feel they initiate actions: in other words, the indigenous psychology of agency, agency as a mode of thought.

Islam means surrender of the self to God. Jews are famous for arguing with God: almost unthinkable in Islam. The authors could of course argue religious fatalism elsewhere in small-scale communities Young et al. That is, the relevance of a questionnaire approach in these two countries; the local meaning of the questionnaire's wording; the political and social context of each group in the particular country; literacy; context of the interview; origin and deportment of the interviewer, and so on.

The authors are not convinced he was engaging in divine solicitation, maybe wryly referring to the unpredictability of human plans 'careful how you go' and directed to some generalised sense of an unpredictable fate but not to a personalised divinity.

And as nozor in Bangladesh itself [ Callan , Gardner ], although none of the informants in the current study mentioned it. It is countered with a black dot painted on the child's forehead. The authors would venture that evil eye passed with the Spaniards from the Mediterranean to the Spanish Main and the Caribbean, then absorbing similar African ideas of witchcraft from among the slaves. And with greater opportunities for advancement in England, Bangladeshis there may experience a temporary heightened sense of betrayal, not least in their relations with Sylhet Gardner Although, of course, relative to White Britons, Bangladeshis have limited opportunities for economic development and self-assertion [ Gardner ].

As if one cannot quite believe in one's success and that it will be swept away: perhaps the origins of this lie in humanity's evolutionary past in resenting the free rider. A poor Bangladeshi will say the rich were given wealth by Allah as a test of their generosity Gardner , Pierre Bourdieu , notes that in contemporary s Algeria, Kabyle avoid measuring anything for even that is too close to limiting, breaking, cutting your life: a preference for ambiguity means the downplaying of agency.

References Acevedo G. Social Forces. Chance and Determinism in Avicenna and Averroes. Boston: Brill; Outline of a Theory of Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; The concept of time in Islam. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. PhD thesis, University College London.

Even if black magic is done to you, only ten percent may be the real thing. The rest of it is you destroying yourself. That is why it comes with symbolism. They understood the impact of your own psychology on you. Once that symbolism is created, you just destroy yourself.

But yes, there is a science where one can use their energies negatively to cause harm to somebody else. What is the protection? One thing is, if you are on spiritual sadhana, you need not bother about all those things. You need not even think about those things.

Another way is, you can wear certain protections like a rudraksh , which is like a protection against any kind of negativity. But you need not worry about such things. Just keep your focus in life and keep going. The Dhyanalinga If you have been under such influences, you can come and sit in the sphere of the Dhyanalinga, because there are certain dimensions to the Dhyanalinga which nullify all this. If you fear that something like this has been done to you, sit there for just one day and go.

It gets taken care of. They are in the space of a fifteen-degree angle from the Dhyanalinga.

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Otherwise, architecturally, I would have liked to locate them much closer. Generally, people who are possessed by some spirits or who are impacted by the occult and such problems are asked to sit either in a forward fifteen degree angle or a rear side fifteen degree angle, depending upon the type of problem that they have. That space has been especially created like that so that people can make use of it.

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