Bhangarh Fort - Whenever there is a discussion in relation to the most haunted places of India, then the name of this fort is definitely taken. The stories related to the horrific events that happened with the people entering this fort after sunset are also very popular. You will be very surprised to know that the permission to enter the Bhangarh fort complex from Sunset to Sunrise is officially prohibited.
Bhangarh fort's scared traditions.
Two traditions are prevalent in relation to this damned, deserted, desolate and ghosta fort.
According to the first legend, on this hill, a ascetic Baba used to live in Balaklal. He had given permission to King Madho Singh to build a fort on this hill in the same state. It is that the shadow of any part of the palace should not fall on them or their cottage. Otherwise that palace will get ruined.But after the death of King Madhu Singh, his grandson Ajab Singh made it so high that he could not reach the cottage of ascetic. As the shadow of the fort was on itself, the ascetic took the whole state into its grip by curse. And Bhangarh fort was transformed into a ghosta palace.
In relation to the second leg of this fort, read the following, 'History of Bhangarh Fort'.
History of Bhangarh Fort
Bhangarh fort is situated on one end of Sariska National Park in Alwar district of Rajasthan. This fort was built by King Aghar of King Bhagwant Das in 1573 for his second son, Madho Singh. His first son Mansingh was the Chief of Army Staff included in the navratanas of the court of Mughal ruler Akbar. After Madho Singh, his second son, Chhatra Singh, ruled over Bhangarh, whose reign had begun the fall of Bhangarh.In other places of India, during the reign of Aurangzeb, the responsibility of Bhangarh was on the responsibility of the princess Rattnavati. The princess was beautiful and she had started preparing for her self. The princess was also expert in apparatus and mantra and was able to do black magic.
Rajkumar Singhia of Azbagadh, a neighborhood state, was a prevalent tantric. He loved the princess and wanted to get him against the will of the princess. Therefore, to make the princess get through the system of learning, making the fragrance of the princess's fragrance made the market compelling for the purchase of perfumes. As soon as this sounds, the princess rolled the oil on a rock and rolled the rock towards the tantrik.As a result, Tantric died. But Tantric Singhia, formerly the death, cursed the city of Bhangarh and the princess to be destroyed. It is believed that the destruction of Bhangarh resulted in the same curse.
After this, the collapse of Bhangarh started from the war between Bhangarh and Azhaggarh. After that, famine of all the people died in 1783 in the drought. Since then Bhangarh was transformed into a ghosta town and no living person could live in this fort.
Source : Inditales
Things to remember
1. Entrance to Bhangarh fort is free.
2. 80 kms from Bhangarh fort, Jaipur And is situated at a distance of 260 kilometers from Delhi.
3. In addition to light refreshments in the fort, food is not available.
4. Keep your drinking water with you. Although the compassionate citizens of Bhangarh are ready to fulfill the water requirement of tourists.
5. Do not go to the fort after morning darkness and sunset. However, sunrise problems are also possible after coming here after climbing. There is no facility available for shelter in the fort.
6. The intensely cluttered footpath towards the palace is extremely rugged. Climb only when there is complete preparation for the climb. Otherwise avoid climbing.