GHOST STORIES OF SHIMLA HILLS – Download as Word Doc .doc /.docx), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. iamsrijit. Ruskin Bond. Uploaded by. ABOUT THIS BOOK. The fear of the unknown, enhanced by the mist, darkness and pattering raindrops is part of life in the hills. But there have been real. Ghost Stories of Shimla Hills is a collection of all things supernatural in The foreword by the famous author Ruskin Bond further adds to the.

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However, underneath the beauty and awe of the terrain of the city, there lie numerous not-so-normal stories about the place. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.

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Over all, a mixed bag of book which provide some interesting stories but does not show enough courage to take it to the next level by introducing some og concepts in the horror genre. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

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You will find me reading the ghost story in free time. The stories do not stay with you after you finish reading them because the author has told you everything there was to tell.

Ghost Stories of Shimla Hills | Minakshi Chaudhry | Book Review

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Ghost Stories of Shimla Hills | Minakshi Chaudhry | Book Review

Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Right from the colonial Shimla to the modern one, she has explained details very well. But yes, ghost stories do exist. The book presents ghost stories as narrated by the residents of Shimla.

Open Preview See a Problem? There is a touching tale of a Muslim ghost who came to Shimla hills in Nankhari village, some km from Shimla after partition and stayed back.


Ghost Stories of Shimla Hills is a collection of all things supernatural in and around the Shimla hills, be it haunted bauris, mansions or benches, churails or spirits of English men and women who once walked the city of Shimla. Generations of Shimlaites grew up hearing stories about bhoots and churails.

The foreword by the famous author Ruskin Bond further adds to the credibility of the research and of the book itself. Excellent collection of stories, on fear and culture, role of supernatural in everyday life. These tales based on facts and experiences shared by people, have been narrated in a fictionalised way.

A month back I was in the beautiful hill city of Shimla. Still, a good one-time read if you love the genre and Shimla. The author does not express her views in terms of whether she believes or does not believe in what is written, but surely by the sole virtue of her narrations, makes us believe in all the stories that form this book.

About the stories themselves, they are folklore that she has now documented as fiction tales. At the railway station, I came across a bookshop selling a dozen or so book on Shimla.