Will you dare to visit these haunted destinations at Rajasthan?


One of the most popular tourist states of India, Rajasthan, is also known for some of the best (or read most terrifying) haunted destinations. How interesting it could be to experience the places in real of the blood-curdling ghost stories, which once were our bedtime stories? Rajasthan has some of the oldest forts of the country and its mystic sandstone carved paths adds to the thrill of these destinations. Believe it or not, Bhangarh Fort is rated as the most haunted destination of India and that makes it one of the prominent tourist destinations of the nation. Apart from Bhangarh Fort, here is some of the other most daunting haunted destination of Rajasthan:
Kuldhara village, near Jaisalmer
What to shoot a classic horror tale? Think nowhere but Kuldhara village. It is said that about 200 years ago, Kuldhara was like any other village of Rajasthan. However, some unforeseen incident happened and this village was abandoned overnight. The reason for this mysterious disappearance was not really clear to anyone. It is till date accepted to be a haunted place and local’s advice not to stay here after sunset.
Brijraj Bhavan, Kota
Brijraj Bhavan Palace stands in Kota which has rich and long history. It was the British Residency and the home of Major Charles Burton however after Independence; the mansion became the private property of the Maharaja of Kota. The privy purses and privileges of the maharajas were abolished in 19702 and Indian Government turned it into a heritage hotel naming as Brij Raj Bhawan. However, it is said that guests have experienced discomforting and oppressive feelings who stayed overnight.
Jagatpura, Jaipur
One of the most unassuming places in Jaipur is actually a residential area. The urban minded people might find it funny however, some love to believe that witches are seen roaming around the streets of Jagatpura at night. Ghost or not, it will create an eerie feeling walking through the streets at night.
Sudhabay, near Pushkar
This is not truly a haunted place in its true classical sense and it is in fact one of those places where people get rid of their haunting or ‘possession’ as the folks say. To prove you are a brave heart, visit the place during the day of the ‘Ghost Fair’. People possessed by so-called evil spirits come here to take a bath at holy-a potent weapon which supposedly drives away the evil spirits.
Bhangarh Fort, Alwar District
Ranked as ‘the most haunted place in India’, there is a strict instruction that no one is allowed to remain in the premises after dark. Legend says that the battle ruined the entire place after a wizard used evil charms against the city as revenge of her failed love story. Undoubtedly, a picturesque as well as perilous path, walking up to Bhangarh fort is indeed a fantastic trip.