8 Haunted places in Jaipur Rajasthan

Haunted places in Jaipur Rajasthan

Are you planning an unusual trip to the desert kingdom full of magic and joy?

Be sure not to skip the haunted places in Jaipur where it is claimed that supernatural phenomena occur frequently.

They may appear to be a normal site, but make sure you don’t be deceived by looks that can be misleading and striking.

Now let’s take a peek into the most Jaipur haunted places. 

Conquer your fears with these 8 Haunted places in Jaipur, Rajasthan

Bhangarh

 

One of the haunted places in Rajasthan, the fort of Bhangarh needs no introduction.

Counted amongst the most horror places in Jaipur, Bhangarh Fort is a famous tourist destination that will blow the hell out of you!

Even though it is listed at the end of the list of best-haunted places in Jaipur Rajasthan,

But whenever we talk about any ghost stories it is definitely on top.

While the nearby places are some of the best places to camp in Rajasthan, you must be careful and cautious while you visit Bhangarh.

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History: A popular story behind the horrors of the fort claims that a Tantrik wanted to marry the queen of the fort – Rani Ratnavati.

After learning about his evil thoughts, the queen found a Tantrik who used to perform the black magic in her palace. 

Horror events: The fort is the place to encounter incidents like the shout of a Tantrik, a woman crying for help, and the sound of bangles.

Location: Gola Ka Bas, Rajgarh Tehsil, Alwar, Bhangarh, Rajasthan 301410

Opening hours: 6 am – 6 pm

Nahargarh 

Nahargarh Fort is situated on the edge of the Aravalli hills, overlooking Jaipur’s pink city.

The walls of the fort were built sky-high to separate the royals from the world.

The grandeur of the palace cannot hide the horror of one of the haunted places of Rajasthan.

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History: The fort was built by Sawai Raja Man Singh along with Amer Fort and Jaigarh Fort.

The king was so attached to this particular fort that he built it for his queens even after their death,

their ghosts surround the Nahargarh fort making it the best-haunted place for Japurites.

Horror: Old buildings are always in need of renovation to be preserved for the future generation.

The owner of that restoration organization is said to have been found mysteriously dead in his home.

Location: Jaipur, Rajasthan

Opening Hours: 10 am – 6 pm

Rana Kumbha Palace 

Rana Kumbha Palace of Chittorgarh is one such place where you will find ghosts.

A haunted palace in Jaipur, Rajasthan. This place is considered to be one of the scariest places in the state.

The secret room and the screams of the women here will wash away the filth from inside you.

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History: Legend has it that when the Sultan of Delhi, Alauddin Khilji attacked the palace,

Maharani Padmini along with 700 female followers committed Jauhar (self-immolation).

Ever since many incidents have been witnessed at this haunted place in Jaipur Rajasthan where people heard screams of women seeking help to save their kingdom.

Horror: About a year ago, a group of friends stayed at the palace one night to see if there was any paranormal activity happening.

While searching the route, one of them heard a voice calling for help. As they turned, shocked and horrified,

they saw a woman standing in a royal dress with a burnt face! 

Location: Chittorgarh Fort Village, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan

Opening Hours: 9 am – 5 pm

NH 79 Dudu Village 

Known as the road asking for blood, the Ajmer-Udaipur highway is one of the most haunted places in Jaipur, Rajasthan.

There are many creepy stories related to the Dudu village located nearby.

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History: Long time ago, when child marriage was prevalent in India, a 5-day-old baby girl was married to a 3-year-old child.

The girl’s mother was against the marriage and ran towards the highway to seek help,

where she was hit by a tourist vehicle, killing her and the child instantly.

Horror incident: While driving on the Ajmer-Udaipur highway, three friends were caught by the ghost of a woman carrying a child in her lap.

She sat on the back seat and took them out of the village. Thinking it might be a nightmare,

the friends took it lightly but the incident lasted for more than 15 minutes which still haunts them!

Location: NH-79, Dudu Village, Rajasthan

Opening Hours: Always Open

Brij Raj Bhavan 

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Our list of Jaipur haunted places in, Rajasthan has Brij Raj Bhavan.

The majestic mansion is now a heritage hotel haunted by the spirit of an English soldier.

As beautiful as it looks from the outside, it is considered to be the scariest place in Rajasthan.

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History: During the Sepoy Mutiny, Major Burton, an employee of the East India Company,

was killed along with his family by Indian terrorists at the Brij Raj Bhavan.

Local people say that the ghost of Major Burton roams in this scary place of Rajasthan.

Horror event: The queen of Kota conquers the palace after Major Burton is killed by the army.

Apparently, the Queen of Kota spoke to reporters claiming to have seen the ghost of the dead Major Burton.

The spirit is harmless and does not cause any physical damage to the fort.

However, Burton’s ghost has a habit of killing dozens of security guards.

Location: Brijraj Bhawan Palace Hotel, Civil Lines, Nayapura, Kota, Rajasthan 324001

Opening Hours: Open 24 hours

Sudhabai 

Situated on Pushkar Bypass in Rajasthan, Sudhabai is not really a haunted place .

But if you come here on any particular day in the year then this place is definitely going to give you nightmares.

A ‘Bhoot Mela’ is held here every year, when people from different parts of the state come to get rid of evil spirits.

It is believed that evil spirits will leave you if you take a bath in the holy well. Making it one of the most haunted places in Jaipur.

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Horror : The sight of the mass exorcism will chill you, so visit this place only if you are brave at heart.

Location: Pushkar Bypass, Natalia, Rajasthan 305022

Opening Hours: Always Open

Jal Mahal 

The beautiful Water Palace of Jaipur Jal Mahal has always been a subject of wonder and admiration.

The 5-storey palace is built in the middle of Man Sagar Lake and its 4-storey palace is submerged in water.

This 300-year-old beauty, once a summer resting place for the Maharaja, is now abandoned in the lake.

One of the best places to visit in Rajasthan, the 5th floor of Jal Mahal has an amazing architectural style

and still attracts tourists and locals who visit the palace from the banks of the lake. 

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Horror event: It is said that no one visits this place after dark as people have heard strange screams from the palace.

Location: Amer Road, Jal Mahal, Amer, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302002

Opening Hours: 12 noon – 10:30 pm

Delhi Jaipur Highway

Highways have always been negatively popular for haunted stories.

The commonly accessed Delhi-Jaipur Highway is no exception.

It is said that the highway becomes haunted at night and people passing through this road have also experienced something similar.

They say that the soul of a woman who died in a car at a particular place is still visible to the passers-by making it a haunted place in Jaipur, Rajasthan.

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Horror event: Many people either saw her wearing a red sari and bangles or reported hearing unusual sounds of anklets tinkling.

Location: NH 48, Rajasthan

Opening Hours: Always Open

Bottom Line – most Jaipur haunted places

With these, we hope you have a great time while exploring these unusual places, if there is anything else we can help you with do let us know in the comment sections.