In India, the price of a haunted house is quite high.
According to the most recent data from the National Sample Survey Office, the cost of a ghostly haunt in the country is about Rs 7,800.
It is more than the average annual salary of a private contractor in India.
According to the government of India, this figure is more accurate than the national average of Rs 7.4 lakh, which is the annual salary for a full-time employee.
It comes from a report by the National Survey Commission, which was issued in June 2017.
It was released in the wake of a controversy over the ghostly houses being advertised in the media and the lack of government response to the issue.
The National Survey commission has been asking all the states to produce their official figures on the cost to the public of ghostly haunts.
According a spokesperson of the commission, the official cost figures were obtained from the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS) in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment.
According the CSDS, in 2016-17, the average cost of ghost-related business in India was Rs 8,400.
According at the moment, the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy has published the latest official figures, but it does not reflect the costs incurred for each haunted house, which are estimated to be in the region of Rs 8 lakh.
The state of Maharashtra, however, is said to be among the most haunted in India with a total number of ghost houses in its jurisdiction.
According an official from the Maharashtra government, a total of around 7,000 ghost houses have been constructed in Maharashtra since 2008.
In 2017-18, a survey by the Maharashtra police found that there were around 5,000 haunting incidents reported in the state.
The National Institute for Health (NIDH) has recently released a report on the issue of ghosting and hauntings, which states that there are more than 15,000 deaths due to ghosting.
According this, an estimated 1.7 lakh people are affected every year due to hauntings.
The number of people who are suffering from the illness of ghost syndrome is estimated at more than 2.5 million.
According the NIDH, a ghost house is a residential building in which a human occupant sleeps and disappears.
In most cases, the owner of the haunt is a person who lives nearby.
The owners of these houses do not have to pay rent.
The ghost house owner, known as the ghost-taker, is not responsible for the safety of the occupants.
The house is usually kept in the house of a relative or someone close to the haunters, who takes care of the house and supervises its upkeep.
The NIDHR also notes that people living near a haunted home are often more likely to get the illness.
This is because of the proximity of the ghost house, the fact that the occupants are in close proximity and the fact of the health risks caused by the health condition of the ghosts.
The NIDHP states that more than 60 percent of people in rural areas have a ghost of their own.
According, they say, most ghost houses are built in the area where the deceased were buried and the health hazard is high.
This may explain the high number of deaths associated with hauntings in rural India.