On hearing about Rajasthan, people wearing sandy dunes, colourful traditional clothes will come to your mind. This land is called the land of the brave. Rajputana of Rajasthan has a different glory in the history of India. But have you ever thought that there are some terrible and scary places in this colourful Rajasthan? As soon as you go, the colour of your face will fly away.
There is such desolation in the fines of these places, that will create a shuddering inside you. So today we make you visit those places of Rajasthan, where once you go, you will think a thousand times before going again.


Rana Kumbha Palace in Chittorgarh is a place where you will definitely meet a ghost. Considered one of the most dangerous places in Rajasthan, the cry of the secret chambers and the women here will hunt the dirt out of you.
The history behind The legend goes that when the Sultan of Delhi, Alauddin Khilji attacked the palace, Queen Padmini performed the Jauhar (self-sacrifice) with 700 female followers. Since then, there have been several incidents where people heard screams of women seeking help to save their empire.
Scary incident: About a year ago a group of friends settled in the palace one night to see if any extraordinary activities were taking place. While searching the routes, one of them heard a voice for help. Horrified and frightened, he saw a woman with a flaming face wearing a decent look!


Known as a road to ask for blood, the Ajmer-Udaipur highway is one of the most dreadful places in Rajasthan. Dudu village near it has many terrible stories.
The history behind A long time ago when child marriage was prevalent in India, a 5-day-old baby girl had to marry a 3-year-old child. The child’s mother was against the wedding and ran towards the highway, where she was hit by a tourist vehicle where she killed her and the child immediately.
Scary incident: While driving down the Ajmer-Udaipur highway, three friends encounter the ghost of a woman carrying a child in her arms. He sat in the back seat and guided them outside the village. Thinking it might be a nightmare, friends took it lightly, but the incident lasted more than 15 minutes, which still disgusts them!


Nahargarh Fort is situated on the edge of the Aravalli hills, overlooking the Pink City of Jaipur. The fort walls were at the height of the sky to disconnect the royals of the world. The grandeur of Rajasthan is not in disguise as one of the most haunted places in Rajasthan.
The history behind The fort was built by Sai Raja Man Singh along with Kim Fort and Jaigad Fort. The king was so passionate about this particular fort that he built for his queen that even after his death his ghost appears on top of the fort
Scary incident: There is always a need to renovate old buildings to maintain it for future generations. It is said that the owner of that restoration organization was mysteriously found dead in his house.


There is a strange story in this terrible village of Rajasthan that no one believes. Kuldhara is a deserted land because of this curse that an immoral minister has met in his time. Spend one night and tell us how he feels in the country of the travelling country
The history behind it is that the village has been abandoned since 1800, for a curse that cannot be lifted. A sinful minister forcibly wanted to marry a beautiful village and his family threatened to capture him. Abandoned an immortal word so that no one could live or breed in this country.
Scary Incident: This terrible haunted place of Rajasthan was investigated by the Paranormal Society of New Delhi. Most of the stories that people say are true to the curse revolving around the detectors and ghost boxes have recorded the voices of the dead villagers and have also revealed their names. There were also scratches on children’s cars and footprints on the car. too scary?


Beyond the beautiful palaces of Rajasthan, this tourist spot has a tinkle. This is because the immoral place is a residential area where people actually live with witches.
The history behind The king of this haunted place in Rajasthan was greedy and arrogant. He was cursed by many villagers while starving. The spirits of those villagers are still seeking help from tourists.
Scary incident: People living in residential areas are seen walking around the streets of Jagatpura. These witches resemble classic Indian horror stories – white dress, loose old, brown hair on the face. It’s a terrible feeling to walk after a night


Bhangarh Fort, one of the most haunted places in India, does not require any introduction. This famous tourist destination will get you out of hell! Even though it is listed at the end, it is definitely at the top when we talk about any haunted stories.
The history behind A popular story behind the fearlessness of the fort claims that a tantric wanted to marry the queen of the fort- Rani Ratnavati, after learning about his evil thoughts, got the tantric to perform black magic in his palace. Used to
Scary Events: The fortress is the place to face events like the ghost of the tantric yell, a woman crying for help, and the clinking voice of the bangle.

Have you seen ghosts at any of these places in Rajasthan? If so, share your story with us. If you know of such hidden scary areas of Rajasthan, then share them in the comments below!

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