Bhangarh Fort haunted (a.k.a. Bhangarh Rajasthan haunted) is a fort that was built in the seventeenth century by King Sawai Madho Singh’s order around 20 miles away from Thana Ghazi. At that time, the Bhangarh haunted place consisted of 1,306 people living within 200 households. Today, these precincts are still quite well preserved. They can be found on the border of the Sariska Reserve in the Aravali hill range in Alwar, which is a district of Rajasthan. The next closest village to the haunted fort of Rajasthan is Golakha. On the lower portion of the sloped hills there you will still find the King’s palace and a natural stream that falls into a pond within the palace. Below you find the details about Bhangarh Fort haunted.
You will enter Bhangarh Fort haunted through one of four gates. The main one is known as the “Bhoot Bangla” (“House of Ghosts”) and the others include the Lahori Gate, the Ajmeri Gate, the Phulbari Gate and the Delhi Gate. As you enter through the gate to this Bhangarh haunted fort you will get an eerie feeling as the fort in the state of Rajasthan in India now lies in complete ruins. Bhangarh fort India haunted still consists of Hindu temples (including the Hanuman Temple, Gopinath Temple, Someshwar Temple, Keshav Rai Temple, Mangla Devi Temple, Ganesh Temple and Navin Temple), palaces and havelis (private mansions with the priest’s called “Purohitji Ki Haveli”) though. There is also a Muslim tomb outside of the fort’s gate that’s said to be one of King Hari Singh’s sons.
Bhangarh ghosts are said to now inhabit the fort, which was abandoned soon after being built. At that time the area was said to have been cursed by a magician. Today many people say that the area is haunted, which is why nobody is allowed to remain in Bhangarh Fort haunted after dark. In fact, there is actually a notice put up by the Archaeological Survey of India at the front entrance of Rajasthan’s haunted place saying this. Of course, there are a variety of different ways in which people claim that about this spooky fort inhabited by the Bhangarh ghosts.
Legends of the Bhangarh Fort Haunted
One version of the legends about the haunted fort of Bhangarh in India is that a sadhu by the name of Baba Balanath lived within the Bhangarh’s haunted fort. It is believed that he established an injunction by which his house was to be the tallest in town. If any house was built taller than his, the fort town was to be destroyed. Read on to learn more about Bhangarh Fort haunted.
Another version of the legend about Bhangarh Rajasthan haunted is that Singhiya (a black magic wizard) fell in love with Princess Ratnavati. One day when she went shopping for lttar (perfume) Singhiya took notice and replaced it with a potion that was meant to ensnare her in such a way that she’d marry him. The princess saw this trickery and when the lttar was offered to her she through it on a nearby boulder instead. The boulder rolled towards the wizard crushing him but before he died he cursed the village saying, “The moment the shadows of your palaces touch me, the city shall be no more!” So, nobody else was able to live in Bhangarh Fort haunted. Afterwards there was a Mughal invasion wherein everyone was killed. Since then, it’s believed that paranormal activities occur at night at this Bhangarh haunted place. There are even some deaths that have been reportedly caused by these paranormal activities.