If you are planning to visit Bhangarh Fort, then first know these important things, otherwise you will have to regret
News Update June 14, 2024 04:24 PM

Travel News Desk,Talk of haunted stories and images of the Bhangarh Fort come to mind. Considered as one of the most haunted places in India and Asia, the Bhangarh Fort was built in the 16th century by Raja Bhagwant Das (a Kachchwaha ruler of Amber) for his younger son Madho Singh.

Located in the Alwar district of Rajasthan, the Bhangarh Fort is mostly in ruins today. The nearest settlement to the fort is Gola Ka Bas. From Delhi, the fort is about 235 km, but the last few kilometers of the road leading to the entrance are unpaved. For those planning to fly in, the nearest airport is Jaipur International Airport, which is about 88 km away. According to folklore, a sadhu named Baba Balak Nath lived within the fort, but he did not want any other house to be higher than his own. He was so possessive of this that he said that if even the shadow of any house fell on his house, the entire town would be destroyed. There is another legend which states that a black magician named Singhai fell in love with the beautiful princess of Bhangarh, Ratnavati. To make the princess love him, the magician offered her a love potion. She did not take it and threw it at a huge rock. Somehow, the huge boulder started rolling and crushed the magician to death. Before dying, he cursed the entire city.The ruined fort has several entrances including the Lahori Gate, Ajmeri Gate, Phulbari Gate and Delhi Gate. There are several Hindu temples around the fort including the Hanuman Temple, Keshav Rai Temple and Ganesh Temple.

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Many people who have stayed inside the fort claim to have experienced extreme negativity. The scene inside the fort is completely different. The moment you step inside, you will be transported to another era, and your heart may feel heavy with a feeling of uneasiness. Despite all these scary stories, ghostbusters and adventure enthusiasts cannot stop themselves from visiting the fort.

Also if you ever plan a trip to Bhangarh, remember that you are not allowed to enter after sunset. It is forbidden to venture or stay inside the Bhangarh Fort after the sun sets. There is also a warning board put up by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to keep people away from ghosts and other creatures that haunt the sight. Locals say that those who have managed to get inside the fort have never come back to tell what happens inside after dark!

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