Rajasthan Haunted Places

9 Haunted Places in Rajasthan That Will Give You Chills

Deep in the desert of Rajasthan, several dark secrets are buried. Although nobody knows the entire truth, legends are told and retold. It cannot be denied that some of the most haunted places in India are located here.

These places are deserted and in ruins due to the curses and unfulfilled desires. Each of these places has a tale to narrate that can send a shiver through the spine.

Bhangarh Fort

A wicked Magician once fell for a beautiful princess and ever since things started falling apart. To begin with, this wicked magician tried to enchant the Princess with a fragrance that he cast a spell on. However, the Princess knew something was fishy and tricked the trickster himself and threw it away. This potion then fell on a big rock and as a result, the rock was enchanted and chased the magician causing his end.

It is said that the wicked Magician died cursing the place. As a result, his curses laid the foundation stone for one of the most haunted places in Rajasthan. Due to the several strange voices, incidents, and missing cases, entry into this fort after sunset is forbidden.

Bhangarh Fort
Bhangarh Fort

Brijraj Bhavan

Major Burton walks through the corridors of this Heritage hotel slapping guards who doze off. These alarmed guards wake up hearing the words “No smoking, no sleeping”. This Englishman, along with his family was killed by the sepoy mutiny. As a result, this is one of the best tourist places in India for those who like to experience the paranormal.

Later, the palace was taken over by the Royal family but it failed to evict the highly disciplined Major Burton, making it one of the most haunted places in Rajasthan.

Brijraj Bhavan
Brijraj Bhavan

Kuldahara

A strange incident took place in this region of Jaisalmer. That very incident turned the beautiful settlement of Paliwal Brahmins into one of the most haunted places in India.

Legend has it that it all began due to the treachery of a mean and wicked Tax-Collector. As a result, the Paliwal Brahmins of these 84 villages disappeared overnight when the Tax Collector crossed his limits. While leaving, they cursed this place would remain abandoned and so it does.

Paranormal experts have found strange occurrences here. These include detection of electromagnetic waves and change in the temperature.

Kuldhara Ghost Village
Kuldhara Ghost Village

Chand Baori

A 64-feet deep architectural wonder, the Chand Bauri has around 3500 steps that lie in perfect symmetry and seem like a never-ending maze. The challenge here is to use the same stairs to climb down and up the well.

Now that’s something that the Genies won’t let anyone do, making it one of the most haunted places in Rajasthan. If rumors are to be believed, this magnificent structure was built overnight by spirits.

Chand Baori
Chand Baori

Jagatpura

This is a normal residential area during the day, but the nights are far from normal out here making it one of the most haunted places in Rajasthan. Earlier, this place was said to be ruled by a treacherous King and during his reign, several subjects died painful deaths due to starvation.

Although a residential area, this place is infested by witches and spirits so scary that it is difficult to even find the inhabitants sleeping on their very own terraces, even during the hot summers.

Jagatpura
Jagatpura

Sudhabay’s Ghost Fair

Popular for the powerful well and its water, this is a place known for rituals that claim to relieve the victims from paranormal possessions. Although it may not be politically correct to term Sudhabay as one of the haunted places in Rajasthan, it definitely gets spooky out here.

Sudhabay Ghost Fair
Sudhabay Ghost Fair

Rana Kumbha Palace

During the Day, this haunted palace rests quietly like any other palace in Chittorgarh but the nights can get quite eerie with the screams of women asking for help. There are two stories associated with this creepy palace to explain why it is one of the most haunted places in Rajasthan.

The first one is that back in the days of Royals, several occult practices went on there and some of these included sacrifices. According to this theory, the paranormal activities out there are the aftermaths of those rituals and sacrifices.

The second story is of the beautiful Queen Padmavati and the wicked Alauddin Khilji. To escape being captivated by Khilji, Queen Padmavati along with her 700 women followers had committed Jauhar.

The ‘Jauhar‘ is a practice by which the Rajput women sacrificed themselves into the fire when their husbands either lost or were losing a war. This was
practiced to avoid being captured by the enemies and was considered to be a dignified way of ending themselves.

Rana Kumbha Palace
Rana Kumbha Palace

Nahargarh Fort

This gives a spectacular view of the city of Jaisalmer during the day, but it can get spooky after sunset. It is said that the King Nahar Singh Bhomia, who built this fort was extremely fond of it.

Probably, for this reason, he continued to stay there even after his death, making it one of the most haunted places in India. It is said King Sawai Singh decided to reconstruct the Nahargarh Fort, which ended with the death of the Chief Engineer for that particular project.

Nahargarh Fort Jaipur
Nahargarh Fort Jaipur

Jal Mahal

With four stories underwater and one above it, the Jal Mahal lying in the Man Sagar is one of the best tourist places in India. However, it is not the same after the sun sets. In fact, after sunset, it turns into one of the most haunted places in India. That’s because strange voices and happening have been observed around this palace.

Jal Mahal
Jal Mahal

The above stated is a comprehensive list some of the most popular haunted places in Rajasthan. However, there are some experts who claim that these places were simply deserted in the fear of Afghani invasions. However, the locals and the paranormal enthusiasts have something else to say.

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