#Mysteric!! The Cursed Ghosts Of Bhangarh Fort – The Most Haunted Place In India

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Located at the borders of the Sariska Tiger Reserve in the Alwar district of Rajasthan, the Bhangarh Fort is not for the faint-hearted. But if there is not, as the phrase goes, a cowardly bone in your body and you greet danger with open arms, we invite you to explore the best among the most haunted places in India.

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Once in the precincts of the fort, you will be greeted by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) tin and wood hoarding:

No vehicles are permitted to enter the fort beyond this point. Failure to comply with this instruction can have serious legal consequences.

Having parked your vehicle outside, you will be greeted by another hoarding after walking down a short distance:

An ASI hoarding at Bhangarh fort - one of the most haunted places in India

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It is forbidden to enter borders of the haunted Bhangarh Fort before sunrise and after sunset.

Scary, isn’t it? There is only one way to know the truth about the place and that is by visiting this place. But the lack of provision of electricity makes the ruins bloodcurdling and leaves the truth behind the fort walls unexplored.

The Haunting History: A Legion Of Bhangarh Fort Haunted Stories

The ruins of the Bhangarh fort and village make it the most haunted place in India

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The Bhangarh fort in Rajasthan was built by King Madho Singh, the younger brother of Emperor Akbar’s general called Man Singh. It was built after getting approval from ascetic Guru Balu Nath who meditated at this place. According to common folklore, the ascetic made the king swear that the fort shadows would not touch his area of meditation. But the king failed to keep up to his promise. As soon as the shadows touched his spot, Guru Balu Nath cursed the village to remain roofless. Even if a roof is built today, it collapses soon after.

A roofless house in the cursed village near the Bhangarh Fort

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Another story is about tantrik Singhia, who fell in love with Princess Ratnavati. He tried to use magic to win over her, but the princess got to know of his evil plans and ordered to get him killed. Before the tantrik died, he too, cursed the residents of the fort to die and the village dwellers to remain roofless forever.

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A collage showing the residing places of the princess Ratnavati and the tantrik Singhia

What Happens in the Bhangarh Fort at Night?

A night view of the Bhangarh Fort in Rajasthan

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ASI forbids visitors and locals from hanging around the vicinity of the fort once the sun sets. The warnings about legal actions are not merely out of rumors. People claim to have heard Bhangarh ghosts scream, voices of women crying, sounds of bangles in the rooms, and eerie smells after dusk. Ghostly shadows, strange lights, and unusual sounds of music and dance have also been reported. The brave hearts who dared to stay back after dusk have failed to appear alive the next morning.

Suggested Read: 10 Scary Secrets Of The Haunted Yet Surreal Cemeteries In India

Bhangarh Fort Timings

Best time to visit: September – February; since like other cities of Rajasthan, Bhangarh area is also very hot during the summers

Opening hours: 6 am – 6 pm; it is forbidden to roam around the area during other hours as per ASI’s orders

Bhangarh Fort Entry Fees

Ah yes, even some of the most haunted places in India charge you.

Foreigners: Free

Indians: Free

Video Camera: INR 25

Haunted or not, the truth is that many people have committed suicide or have died unnaturally in the precincts of the fort. So why not take a trip yourself and try to unveil the Bhangarh Fort mystery.

Website: https://traveltriangle.com
Author Name:  Kushal Walia
Link to Native Article: https://traveltriangle.com/blog/bhangarh-fort-most-haunted-place-in-india/

Jai Hind, Vande Mataram
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