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Alwar
Alwar
Bhangarh

Bhangarh is a village situated in India. It is famous for its historical ruins, and is considered to be one of India’s many haunted locations. It is situated in the Rajgarh municipality of the Alwar district in Rajasthan. Bhangarh is at the edge of the Sariska Tiger Reserve.
Bhangarh lies between Jaipur and Delhi, and is also a pre-historic site and tourist spot. The most remarkable aspects of Bhangarh are its old buildings: the Hindu temples of Gopinath, Shiv Hanuman, Ganesh, Vishal Devta, Lavina Devi, and Keshav Rai. Other buildings include shops and dhabas along the main road, several havelis, a mosque, and a palace. The palace is protected by two inner fortifications across the valley. The town is separated from the plain by ramparts with five gates.

The town was established in 1573 during the rule of Kachwaha Rajput ruler of Jaipur Bhagwant Das as the residence of his second son Madho Singh, the younger brother of Emperor Akbar’s general, Man Singh I. Madho Singh participated in many campaigns with his father and brother. The next ruler of Bhangarh was his son Chhatra Singh, after whose death in 1630, Bhangarh slowly declined. When the Mughal Empire became weaker after the death of Aurangzeb, Jai Singh II annexed Bhangarh to his state by force in 1720. After this, Bhangarh diminished in population, and since the famine of 1783 the town has remained uninhabited.

Trespassing near Bhangarh is legally prohibited between sunset and sunrise. According to locals, spirits enter the place after sunset and thus nobody is allowed to enter the borders of Bhangarh during this time. A signboard posted by the ASI which is a Government of India organization, specifies these instructions. While the board is written in Hindi, the instructions on it roughly translate to: “Entering the borders of Bhangarh before sunrise and after sunset is strictly prohibited. Legal action will be taken against anybody who does not follow these instructions”. Some other rules are there according to which no one is allowed to graze their animals in the village after sunset.

Departure & Return Location

Alwar

Bhangarh Facts
  • Doors are locked after twilight
  • The curse’ they say
  • Roofless village
  • Strange Happenings
  • Supernatural Powers
  • The ‘Stay Away’ notice
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Angelina

Family Traveller

Bhangar fort is situated in Alwar district. I heard many things about this fort so I decided to visit there. I visited there with my family Nd had saw fort with my family members. Fort is really haunted once I scared but found some different fort from others.

February 23, 2018

Aakash

Couple Traveller

Man it’s so lovely and mind blowing. It’s one of the most haunted Fort of India but it’s so beautiful and very nice. If you are in Bhangarh then you can also visit to Siriska national park. It’s very close to this place.

February 3, 2018

Atul Gupta

Group Traveller

Protected by ASI-archaeological survey of india, this fort has featured in most haunted places of India. It definitely has a great history & story. The fort is completely deserted from many decades and no one is allowed to stay back in the for premises.

February 2, 2018

Ranjeet

Group Traveller

A wonderful visit to a haunted fort in Alwar district of Rajasthan. This place is all covered by Aravali heels..couple of temples are also there….

January 18, 2018

imirshads

Group Traveller

Bhangarh Fort is really awesome and splendid place in Alwar which is surrounded by Sariska sanctuary and Hills. Nice Place in Alwar

January 4, 2018