5 Don’t Miss Haunted Places to Visit in Rajasthan For Which You Can Lose Your Job 2020

Rajasthan is well known for its rich heritage, culture, royal buildings and ancient monuments. It is the well known famous tourist destinations in India. But the real haunted stories of the haunted places in Rajasthan will give you a nightmare. If you planning to take a trip to Rajasthan, don’t drop these haunted places if you are someone who is fearless.

List of top 5 haunted places in Rajasthan:

1. Nahargarh Fort:

Nahargarh Fort is located in the edge of the Aravalli hills. It is overlooking the pink city, Jaipur. The walls of the fort are built so high, it is out of the sight from the world. The majesty of the palace cannot hide ghosts from one of the most haunted places in Rajasthan.

It was believed that the king Sawai Raja Man Singh, who built the Nahargarh Fort along with Jaigarh Fort and Amer Fort for his queens is expected to be haunting as a ghost, even after his death. There is a spooky incidence that when a restoration organisation tried to renovate the old building, the owner of the organisation died mysteriously in his house. Travel via Palace on Wheels train which is the most famous luxury train for Rajasthan.

2. Kuldhara Village:

Kuldhara village of Rajasthan had a strange haunting story that no one believes. It is a deserted land due to the curse of the immoral minister of his time. By spending a night here, you can feel that you are landed on the land of visitant.

It was estimated that the village is abandoned since the 1800s. The main reason behind this is the curse which cannot be lifted. It was said that a sinful minister wants to marry a beautiful girl in kuldhara village and threatened her family. The villagers left the place by leaving a lasting mantra so that no one could live or breed in this land.

There are many spooky incidents which say the curse is true. Ghost-box and detectors had recorded the voice of dead villagers, who even revealed their names. There are even footprints of children and scratches on the car which are parked in the village.

3. Bhangarh Fort:

Bhangarh Fort is the famous tourist destination and the most haunted place in Rajasthan. It ranks in the top list of most haunted places in India. There is a popular fairy tale about this Bhangarh Fort, it was said that a tantric want to marry a princess of the fort, Rani Ratnawathi. By knowing the evil thoughts of the tantric, Rani Ratnawathi did black magic in the fort with the help of other tantric.

There are many spooky incidents about this fort, like the shoutings sounds by the ghost of tantric, women crying for the help, clinking sounds of bangles etc.,

4. Delhi-Jaipur Highway:

Highways are more special for haunted destinations. Likewise, the Delhi-Jaipur highway is not immune to this. It was said that there are many incidents recorded that many people had experienced hauntiness. They said that the spirit of a woman who died in a car at a certain stretch was still visible to passers by.

There are many spooking incidents like women wearing red saree and bangles or sometimes may be hearing the tinkling of anklets.

5. NH-79 Dudu Village:

NH-79 Dudu village is well known as the road that asks for the blood. Ajmer-Udaipur is the most haunted places in Rajasthan. Dudu Village is estimated to have many ghost stories.

There is a history behind this is that when the child marriages exist in India, a 5-days old infant is fixed to get married with a 3-year old toddler. The baby’s mother is against this marriage and ran away from the village, but unfortunately hit by a tourist vehicle and both got killed.

There is a spooky incident recorded that, when 3 friends are driving down the Ajmer-Udaipur highway, a ghost of a lady who is carrying a baby is encountered. The ghost sat in the back seat of the car and guided them to the village. The incident lasted for 15 minutes and the friends still feels it as a nightmare.

Embark your journey and know more about the Palace on Wheels route map which shows all the destinations.

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