Kuldhara Abandoned Village in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan is one of the well known places in the country for its spooky and eerie aura which people love to tell over dinner or in leisure time. The myth around the Kuldhara village is quite well known and very well spread. Ask any of the neighbouring villagers and they will narrate the whole story like a professional with the exact pause and commas to make sure you are as much afraid as they are.
The legend goes that the Paliwal Brahmic used to residents in this village centuries ago. The prime minister of the state, Salim Singh had then fallen in love with the daughter of the head of the village. He had threatened the villagers of direct consequences if the lady wasn’t given to him. There was a huge council and the whole village was abandoned overnight. However this is not it, before leaving they set a curse on the village so that no one could live there after them, and they were nowhere to be found later on. However, this myth is contradicted by a plausible logical reason that the authorities of the state might have overburdened the poor villagers and they left the place to save themselves from such tyranny.
Anyone visiting the Kuldhara Abandoned Village feels an eerie sensation and cannot help but to feel a little bit afraid of the paranormal activities. There is another myth that those who have tried to spend the night or to settle there where either made to flee from there or were never found out. People connect these to paranormal activities as the people who went missing were recording their daily activities have went missing quite mysteriously too.
Kuldhara the Haunted village can be visit during the day time from 08:00 AM to 06:00 PM
20 INR per person
50 INR car parking charge