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Haunted places in Rajasthan- Brave enough?
A trip to experience the difference- Wander around the Haunted places in Rajasthan.
‘Places which can sense your Fear’
Not only a famous haunted place of Rajasthan- it’s also one of the most haunted places in
India. A place holding the best of the haunted tales.
Instances of Incidents- The ghost of the Wizard shouting- a women crying for help- the
clattering sound of Bangles.
Kuldhara is an abandoned land because of a Wicked minister who was cursed by a family
who once lived in this village.
Instances of Incidents- Voices of the dead Villagers are heard for days & The footprints of
the children on Mud.
The palace of Chittorgarh promises to scare. The Screaming ladies- corners of the secret
chambers can terrify you and can even become your wildest dream.
Instances of Incidents- A group of friends visited the palace and stayed back for a night, one
of them heard a voice asking for help- shocked and terrified as they turned around, they saw a
women standing in royal attire with her face burned completely.
Located on the edge of the Aravalli hills- surrounded by sky-high walls to detach the
royals from the world.
Instances of Incidents- Once, when this Fort was under restoration- the owner of the
restoration department was found dead in his house- and the reason for his death is still a
This is a residential area where people actually believe that they live with the Witches
Instances of Incidents- It is said that the king of this place was greedy and self-loving. Every
villager who died of starvation cursed him and these were their last words. The souls of those
villagers still ask for help- crying in grief and pain.
Heritage lodging, Brijraj Bhavan in Kota- once used to be the residence of Charles Burton
who was killed in the middle of the Revolt of 1857 by Indian sepoys. It’s said that the spirit
of Burton still wanders around in the lobbies of this Palace.
Instances of Incidents- It is said that if the guards on duty sleep lightly for a while then the
ghost of Burton taps them on the head.