If you’re an adventure freak, love exploring renowned places with spookiest stories, and believe that there are several baffling theories that remain puzzled: this is the quintessential place for you. Here are some of the places which are said to be the haunted places in Udaipur:
1)- Sukh Devi Mata/ Bedla Mata Temple, Udaipur
Sukh Devi Mata Temple is also known as Bedla Mata Mandir is very famous in Udaipur, Rajasthan. Sukh Devi temple has become the most religious place for Udaipur people and everybody come here from distance to offer goods and pray for their families.
Entry fees: Free
Best Time to Visit: In Navratras
How to Reach: The temple is situated in Bedla Village. It is near national highway 76 and is easy to reach this temple as it’s famous all over Udaipur and its nearby villages.
2)- Gulab Bagh and Zoo, Udaipur
The vast 100 acres land of Gulab Bagh Garden bears another world within its premises. At night, it is not allowed to visit this garden, many people have claimed that exorcism is performed in the masjids in the Gulab Bagh Garden. People have stated that they have heard screams which sounded like a mixture of a male and a female voice.
Timings: 8 AM to 6 PM Everyday
Entry fees: INR 25 Per Person
Best Time to Visit: October to February
3)- Sajjangarh Fort/ The Monsoon Palace
The Sajjangarh Fort remains locked and inaccessible by tourists. Tourists are not allowed to stay within the premises after 7 PM. Here are several stories that have been heard that there have been incidents when people felt something unnatural while exploring the underground rooms of Sajjangarh fort. Moreover, this is located at the most ideal location, You can see all of Udaipur from this palace. This is at the highest point on top of the hill.
Entry Fee: INR 10 per person for Indians | INR 80 per person for Foreigner | INR 20 per person for Video Camera
Sajjangarh Fort Opening Timings: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm Every Day
Address: Kodiyat, Udaipur, Rajasthan, 313001, India
Nearby Visit Places – Lake Fateh Sagar, Lake Palace, City Palace, Lake Pichola, and SajjanGarh Biological Park.
4)- Chandni Village, Udaipur
Chandni village is a perfect picnic package that takes into nature’s beauty, with a water stream flowing on a mild speed and ample of the seating area. As a picnic demands, carry some carpets to sit on as there’s no plain ground here, just woods.
Location: 23 kilometres from Udaipur
5)- Rana Kumbha Palace, Chittorgarh
The Rana Kumbha Palace of Chittorgarh is a place where you will definitely meet a ghost. It is considered as one of the scariest or haunted places in Rajasthan. The scream of the ladies will haunt in the Rana Kumbha Palace. When Maharani Padmini performed the self-immolation or Jauhar with 700 female followers, the sultan of Delhi Alauddin Khilji was attacked on the palace. The cries of women have been heard by people at the palace.
Best Time to Visit: Winter Season or Late Autumn.
Timings: 9.30 AM to 5 PM
Entry Fee: situated inside the fort complex
Fort Entry Fee: Rs. 15 for Indian and Rs. 200 for Foreigner
6)- Bhangarh Fort, Alwar
Bhangarh Fort is a 17th century fort, the ‘Most haunted place in India‘. The fort is the spot for encountering incidents like a ghost of the tantric shouting, a woman crying for help, and the clinking sound of the bangles. The fort city, which is reported to be haunted, no one is allowed to remain in the precincts of the fort at night, per notice, the board put up by the Archaeological Survey of India at the entrance.
Best time to Visit: September – February
Opening hours: 6 am – 6 pm
Entry Fees: Indian INR 15 | Foreign Tourists INR 200
Video Camera Fees: INR 25
You too have seen a ghost at any of these haunted places in Udaipur? If yes, share your story with us. If you know of more such hidden spooky areas in Udaipur, do share them in the comments below!