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The deadliest haunted sites of Rajasthan

Rajasthan is the state of ancient buildings which carries their ancient stories with them due to which we find lot of places which are said to be haunted.

Bhangarh Fort, Bhangarh, Rajasthan

Bhangarh was brought to ruin as a consequence of the curse of Baba Balanath. Another legend attributes it to the curse of the sorcerer Singhiya. According to one popular folk tale, a wizard adept in black magic named N.K. Sinhai fell in love with Ratnavati, a beautiful Bhangarh princess. One day, the wizard followed her to the marketplace and offered her a love potion, however she refused it, throwing it onto a large boulder that rolled onto the wizard and crushed him to death.

The deadliest haunted sites of Rajasthan
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Entering the site before sunrise and after sunset is not allowed due to its haunted effects during night time.

Brij Raj Bhavan Palace Hotel

Considered as one of the beautiful heritage hotels in the state, it is a former home to a royal family of Rajasthan. It is reportedly haunted by the ghost of British officer Major Burton, who together with his family stayed at the palace for 13 years.

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He was killed by Indian sepoys during the Indian Rebellion of 1857. After that it is believed that his soul is trrped inthat that hotel and the hotel is haunted.


A site in the Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan, once a village inhabited by Paliwal Brahmins. Local legends says that the Paliwals cursed the village with a haunting to frighten anyone who tried to occupy it. The local residents around the area do not believe in the legends, but propagate them for tourism. The Indian Paranormal Society's Gaurav Tiwari believes the village is haunted.

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Basically these all are stories but can be true. Believers believe in them but some people don't. So, if you liked this post then like share and comment on the post I'll be there with some interesting stuff in future stay connected.

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