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5 Historical-Haunted Places Of Rajasthan That Can Send Shiver Down Your Spines

5 Historical-Haunted Places Of Rajasthan That Can Send Shiver Down Your Spines

India is rich in cultural heritage. When we talk about tourism in India, the first statement comes in everybody's mind is "Rangilo Rajasthan". The northernmost state of India is the second largest state as area wise in India. Rajasthan attracts tourists for its historical forts, palaces, art, and culture. Every third foreign tourist visiting India also travels to Rajasthan as it is part of the Golden Triangle for tourists visiting India. The palaces of Jaipur, lakes of Udaipur, and desert forts of

Jodhpur, Bikaner & Jaisalmer are among the most preferred destinations of many tourists, Indian and foreign. But, there are some places in Rajasthan that can haunt you too. These places and the story about these places will give the chill down your spines.

So, let's know about these places:

1. Bhangarh Fort:

It is situated near the forest of Sariska and is known for its ruined fort. It is said that in the 17th century Guru Balu Nath cursed it and then it had to be emptied overnight. Special point: After 'Sunrise and sunset' on the ASI signboard 'strict prohibition of entry'.

2. Kuldhara:

It is situated 17 km away from Jaisalmer and is a small abandoned village. It is believed that for 200 years ago 1,500 settlers apparently abandoned the village, saying that the village has been cursed, who will stay, will die. Special point: Rajasthan Government has approved worth Rs 4.5 crore to develop it as a tourist destination. The investment plan has been approved.

3. Mehndipur Balaji Temple:

It is situated in Dausa District. People with ghosts are brought here and the Ojha-Tantric gives them relief. The atmosphere resonates with screams. Special point: It is the strict instruction that nothing should be eaten here, do not drink, do not touch anyone, do not talk, empty out all the packets, and do not look back while standing.

4. Fort of Nahargarh:

It is situated near Jaipur and is known as the palace of Dil Bahlana, built in 1734 by Raja Sawai Jai Singh II in which the royal rooms of many of his queens can be seen. Since then, any work of construction can't be done easily, there have been accidents and deaths in large numbers, it is said that the soul of a mahant whose temple was taken by the king don't let any construction work here.