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Bhangarh Fort

Bhangarh Fort (भानगढ़ का किला), haunted place, is a village in Alwar district of Rajasthan in India that is famous for its historical ruins and haunted actions. It is famous for the world’s most haunted house and no. 1 haunted place In India.

Bhangarh is also a famous tourist destination. Nobody can enter this fort after sunset and before sunrise due to Govt. ban. It is also called locally Bhoot Bangla, Bhangarh Bhootha, and Bhangarh Bhoot Haveli.

Bhangarh is located between Jaipur and Delhi in Rajasthan in Arawali Mountain Series. All buildings in Bhangarh are ruins and looking old like crashed. It is also a pre-historic site.

In starting it has seven levels of building fort but currently it remains only level four building. The most extraordinary of its buildings are Gopinatha temple, Lord Shiva (Someshwar) temple, Hanuman temple, Ganesh temple, Vishal Devta, Lavina Devi, and Keshav Rai temples.

Other buildings take in shops along the main road, numerous Havelis, a mosque, and a palace. The palace was cosseted by two inner defenses across the valley. The town is alienated from the simple by walls with five gates.

History of Bhangarh Fort

History of Bhangarh Fort

The town was established in 1573 through the rule of Bhagwant Das as the residence of his second son Sawai Madho Singh, the younger brother of royal leader Akbar’s general, Man Singh I. After that Bhangarh diminish in population, and since the scarcity of 1783the town has remained unoccupied.

Entry in Bhangarh is lawfully banned after sunset and before sunrise. A signboard was posted by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), an organization of the Government of India.

Story of Bhangarh

Story of Bhangarh Fort

According to myth is the legend of the Princess of Bhangarh, Ratnavati. She is supposed to be the precious stone of Rajasthan. Ratnawati’s eighteenth birthday start to get offers of her marriage from other regions of kingdoms. These days a Tantrik (wizard) called Singhiya, lived in her area, he was found the princess Ratanawati, but it was an impossible match.

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One day Singhiya saw the princess in the market during shopping, he used his black magic on the perfume because he thought that she was purchasing this so and touching it the princess would surrender her to him.

The princess Ratnawati, however, seeing the Tantrik captivating the perfume, frustrated his plan by torrential it on the ground. As the perfume touched the ground, it changed into a stone that crushed Tantrik Singhiya and dying, the Tantrik cursed the village with the death of all who dwelt in it and broke all buildings of Bhangarh.

The next year there was a fight between Bhangarh and Ajabgarh in which Princess Ratnavati died. Myths say that there are many ghosts in Bhangarh fort and that is why the entry is banned for tourists in the fort after sunset and before sunrise.

The locals consider that the princess Ratnavati has taken re-births anywhere else and that the fort and the territory of Bhangarh are coming up for her come back to set an end to the curse.

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