Jagatpura, Jaipur

2 Most Haunted Places in Jaipur for Sleepless Nights

Jaipur is the capital of the state of Rajasthan and one of the oldest cities in the country. The city of Jaipur is also known as pink city for its beautiful pink houses around the city. The city of Jaipur has a few number of ghost places which are scary and would give you sleepless nights. If you have fear of ghosts and restless spirits, then do not visit these places as it may be dangerous for you. In this article, we have provided a list of most haunted places in Jaipur.

2 Most Haunted Places in Jaipur for Sleepless Nights

1. Jagatpura

Jagatpura is a popular residential area in the city of Jaipur. A few roads and some portion of the area in Jagatpur are popular for restless spirits, witches, and ghost. Many people have reported unusual vibes around the area. A few people have reported a woman dressed in white traditional saree. Many people have also reported unusual laughter of women in the dark night and sudden outcries penetrate the fresh and peaceful environment. Most of people avoid to go outside in dark night and hence it become one of the most haunted places in Jaipur.

Jagatpura, Jaipur
Jagatpura, Jaipur

2. Delhi-Jaipur Road

Delhi-Jaipur road is one of the busiest roads in India. However, this road is haunted by a lady who died in road acciedent. 8 miles before the city of Jaipur, a dhaba is located on Jaipur-Delhi road. You would spot spooky vibes and unusual things around the dhaba at midnight. A few people have reported that they have seen a lady wearing white saree and suddenly disappeared when stopped the car. It is a hair raising experience in a dark night on dark road. After these incidents, this road become one of the most haunted places in Jaipur.

Delhi-Jaipur Road
Delhi-Jaipur Road

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Article first published on January 15, 2016.

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