Haunted Places In Rajasthan

Haunted Places In Rajasthan You Wouldn’t Dare Visit After Dark 2

by sneha shukla

Haunted Places In Rajasthan You Wouldn’t Dare Visit After Dark 2

 

In India, there are many haunted places, which are said to be haunted by evil spirits and ghosts. Here is a list of haunted places in Rajasthan, which are known for their ghastly legends.

 

Bhangarh Fort || Haunted Places In Rajasthan

The biggest fortified town in India was once the capital of the Marwaris. It is also known as the place where King Shivaji started the freedom movement. The beautiful fort, which was built in the 11th century, lies over the dunes of the desert and is under the watchful eyes of the ferocious desert leopard. The fort is also the perfect place to witness the local wildlife – the sand bears and dholes. Bhangarh is also the largest fortress in the world.

It was built with red sandstone. However, over the years, the fort’s past got lost in its greatness. Many stories of dark secrets and haunted apparitions of the past keep popping up now and then, keeping people away from the fort’s gates.

 

The Female Ghost || haunted places in Rajasthan in hindi

You have to have heard many stories about the female ghost roaming around and screaming in the areas considered the most haunted places in Rajasthan. Now it’s time to know that the female ghost found in Jaipur is known as Ratri, the living heart of the land. The female ghost was known as `Ratri,’ who was given birth by the blood of King Sindhuraja while she was sacrificed to the God Ram at Dungar tree.

But with all her brother’s husbands abandoning her, she was left alone with the curse of being the living heart of the land, which means nothing can be eaten or drank in the area without her consent.

 

Cursed Land || list of haunted places in Rajasthan

Kuldhara Village in Bharatpur is the place of the Jaipur royal family. The place is where they used to practice slaughtering animals and sacrificed them. The temple of the Goddess Kali and the temple of Shiva are situated on the top of the hill. Crazy things happened to the locals of this village, and when they approached a man with authority to resolve the problems, he revealed that some female spirits had kidnapped the children of the villagers.

They made the villagers sing songs for them and were addicted to the songs. From all this, the villagers realized that the children were getting locked up in the temple of goddess Kali where they couldn’t go. The temple is the temple of the Goddess Kali. The people also know that this place is haunted.

 

Kuldhara Village|| most haunted places in Rajasthan

Though a beautiful place, a beautiful place is often haunted. Here, the Kuldhara village used to have one woman named Sindhupalchumya, who was banished from the village for stealing. She was banished to her uncle’s place, the famous artist Mahesh. And her uncle was also, and still is, a well-known artist named Mahesh Bhatt. One night, Sindhupalchumya was lying alone in the corner of the house when the artist saw her in his eyes.

Even though he had not seen her in a long time, she instantly recognized him. She revealed that her magic wand is her way out of the uncle’s house. She told the artist to hold her wand and show him his dream. After his eyes opened up, he saw Mahesh Bhatt’s painting and his own in it. He walked towards Sindhupalchumya and touched her feet.

 

Cursed People || top 10 haunted places in Rajasthan

Bhimgarh Fort Situated in the Bhanpura district of Rajasthan, Bhimgarh Fort is one of the most iconic fortresses. Constructed during the time of the kings, it was the place where the first mass wedding in India took place. This historic fort built by Rajput rulers over 500 years ago is the most haunted place globally. Haunted by the ghost of Padam Singh, the former ruler, the place is now considered one of the most haunted places in the world. It is believed that Padam Singh used to torture women who had committed a crime such as theft and rape.

It is believed that if you go to Bhimgarh Fort at night, then Padam Singh will come and possess you. Many people have witnessed this. Kuldhara Village: Cursed Land The Kutch desert in India has been considered a nightmare for many.

 

Nahargarh Fort || Haunted Places In Rajasthan

 

Pitti is a small village situated at the foothills of Pachpadra on the way to Bhilwara. This fort is one of the most haunted places in the state. Legend has it that Bhim Singh, the great Rajput ruler of the same name, had allegedly abducted a Brahmin lady. The woman refused to be his mistress and reportedly committed suicide by taking poison inside a cave at the place.

Bhim Singh, who did not accept her sacrifice, set her on fire to ensure she would never walk again and forced his prisoners to watch her. The burning body was found hanging at the entrance of the cave some years after. Another reason why this place is considered haunted is that there are still parts of the fort which have not been restored.

 

King’s Ghost || Haunted Places In Rajasthan

Kuldhara is the village that’s famous for being one of the most haunted places in India. You can’t take a stroll on the street without a ghost sighting. The complex has around 800 houses and numerous temples. It’s also known for the village’s Goddess Chhinnamasta, who tortures her men by chopping off their heads and driving away the rest of the body. As per popular beliefs, if you hear the sound of the cowbell being played in the temple, one should stand in the moonlight near the temple at midnight, and you can see the haunting face of the Goddess. Women are supposed to kiss the forehead of the Goddess before this. However, if you don’t, your fate is sealed.

 

Rana Kumbha Palace || Haunted Places In Rajasthan

Check out this haunting feature on the darkest attractions in India: What Indians think about The Dark Underbelly of India The Palace of Tantra was once the summer palace of Rana Kumbha. It is said that the queen, the queen’s son, and the crown prince died in an accident in this palace. The surviving family members decided to keep the palace as a black site where satanic rituals were performed, and a cursed woman haunts the space.

On August 23rd every year, during the Dussehra festival, the residents of this village of Nahargarh will perform the ritual called ‘pichda’ (putting the skull into a pit). The people, during that period, believe that the demon Gaj Bali roams around the place, and they perform the ritual to appease him.

 

Secret Chambers || Haunted Places In Rajasthan

The first thing you may notice in the picture above is the mud building behind the signboard. The mysterious building is located near Jor Chowki (a deserted hamlet). The building structure makes you feel as if it’s old and ugly, but something seems strange with it, as there is no particular figure in the painting.
The second thing you may notice is the small old gate that leads to this place. For many years, the gate has been broken, which makes you think that the palace in the picture might have been vacated a long time ago. The building is called “Bhain Dhari Haveli,” and according to the locals, a man lived in this palace. Unfortunately, he was locked up in the room at night.

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