Bhangarh fort has always mesmerised people across India as one of the most haunting places. Known as ruins of Bhangarh, this small town ruins is nestled in hills of aravali in Rajgarh Tehsil of Alwar District in Rajasthan. Approximately 200 kms from Delhi, Bhangarh has evolved as a perfect tourist destination for delhites looking for a day escape from hustle bustle of the town.
Palace Of Princess Ratnavati at the Foothills Of Aravalli. Roof of the Palace like all
buildings in this city is missing
Ruins of Bhangarh are nestled in hills of Aravali and are comprised of Ruins of Palace, town and three to four temples. The palace was protected by two inner fortifications across the valley. The town is separated from the plain by ramparts with five gates. Most surprising and enchanting thing about these ruins is that apart the roofs of building every other structure are intact. Other thing that is still in perfect shape is the temples located in these ruins. There are four temples in these ruins which are beautiful and nicely done.
Government Notice About Bhangarh Being Haunted - Chilling!
What makes ruins of Bhangarh stand apart than any other ruins in Rajasthan or for that matter India are stories of Ghosts and Supernatural beings. Infact, Entry to Bhangarh is legally prohibited between sunset and sunrise. A signboard posted by ASI (Archaeological Survey of India), which is a Government of India organization, specifies the instructions. While the board is written in Hindi, the instructions on it roughly translate into: "Entering the borders of Bhangarh before sunrise and after sunset is strictly prohibited. Legal action would be taken against anybody who does not follow these instructions.
The Eerie Feeling That You Get while walking past the empty houses
People have taken it as challenge over period of time to stay in these ruins at night. Well, I don’t know any of them personally but I have heard that some of them met accidents after staying in these ruins. There are some people who claim that this hoax has been created by ASI to prevent locals from entering these ruins during night and stealing precious stones, wood and Idols.