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TOP 8 FACTS ABOUT BHANGARH FORT

Bhangarh Fort Is located in Alwar, Rajasthan, India. It was built in 1631 by Bhagwant Das for his younger son Madho Singh I.It is said to be the most Haunted Place in India where even the Government has put up warning boards barring people from visiting the place before sunrise and after sunset.

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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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.

Haunting Facts (Ready For Sleepless Nights)

  1. Many people have committed suicide or have died unnaturally in the precincts of the fort.
  2. People living in the village nearby don’t have a rooftop on the homes. They say whenever they try to build a roof, it collapses
  3. There is a story of two guys who decided to stay the night at the fort but never came out in the morning.
  4. Also there is a similar story of a boy who decided to go in the fort with a light equipment and fell into a steep well in the middle of the fort. He was rescued by his two friends and was being rushed to the hospital when their car crashed and all of them died on the spot.
  5. Unlike other forts in Rajasthan like the popular Amber Fort which comes alive with a galore of lights in the night, the Bhangarh Fort remains locked up right after the sun sets
  6. According to locals, some youngsters entered the fort after dusk despite numerous warnings but when midnight struck, they began to hear shrieks of a woman. Full of fear, they started running when suddenly felt like the walls are starting to collapse. Luckily, they managed to escape unharmed but they never returned to the fort again.
  7. Visiting the fort for a non-Indian is difficult unless they have a special permit. It so happens that majority of the people who’ve gone missing in the fort happened to be foreigners and displeased by this, the government has made it difficult for them to gain access to the fort.
  8. Visitors upon entering Bhangarh Fort often feel restless and anxious. Some even get a sense of paranoia as if somebody is following them around. Despite its popularity, tourists avoid hanging around its premises for long.

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Foreigners: Free(Special Permission are needed)
Indians: Free
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