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This Is The Black Magic Capital Of India

There are many places where you would come across certain creepy stories. Though there are many of us who do not believe in ghosts or spirits, there are a few stories out there that can simply give you chills.

Hearing some of the creepiest stories of people's experiences can only add on to the nightmares.

Here in this article, we are about to share facts about an Indian village, that is very famous for practising black magic. This village is also considered the black magic capital of India and it has been haunted with the black practice rituals that are practised day in and day out.

Find out more about this special Indian village named "Mayong" which is in Assam. Read on to know more...

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Why Was The Village Named Mayong?

The word Maya actually means illusion and the word "magic" became substitutable with Mayong as a lot of witchcraft and black magic is performed here.

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The Annual Festival

The "Mayong-Pobitora" festival is the annual festival that is celebrated with the fusion of magic and wildlife. It's a 3-day festival where all people who practise black magic take out a procession.

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People Visit To Learn Here

Since it is also known as the black magic capital of India, people from different places and even countries come down to learn the art of practising this unusual art.

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Mayong Central Museum

This bizarre museum started in 2002 and it contains various books, mythological epics and even some of the very old manuscripts on how one could practise black magic.

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Who Performs The Magic

Here in this village the people who practise black magic are known as "Bez or Ojaa". It is believed that these people keep ghosts as their assistants in their practices.

Read more about: india haunted weird bizarre
Story first published: Thursday, August 18, 2016, 14:37 [IST]
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