Bhangarh Fort- India’s Most Haunted Place Full History, Stories, Pictures : Hola guys! We are back with an interesting but a bit scary article for you. The article is about the history of one of the most haunted places in India- the Bhangarh Fort . We have brought for you Bhangarh Fort- India’s Most Haunted Place Full History, Stories, Pictures.
Nobody is allowed to stay at this fort after 6 pm in the evening. It has been given the title of the most haunted place in India. The place is located in Rajasthan, India. The place is widely known for the paranormal activities here. It is one of the most visited places in Rajasthan.
Complete Story Of Bhangarh Fort
Out of the many stories about Bhangarh Fort one that is believed by most people is that the Bhangarh city was build by King Madho Singh. For this city, the Emperor got approval by a saint, Guru Balu Nath who meditated at this place. The approval was given on the condition that the shadow of emperor’s palace should never touch him at his place. If shadow touched over his place, the city would turn into ruins. The emperor started his fort construction with his money and strength. The Bhangarh Fort was constructed with several stories and finally shadowed the prohibited retreat of Guru Balu Nath. The saint, as a punishment for this, cursed that Bhangarh would be destroyed and no one would be able to live there and since then it is said that the fort is haunted.
Bhangarh Fort Full History, Stories, Unseen Pictures
A large number of people have experience things like strange noises (screaming, crying voice of women, bangles’ sound in the room). People have also seen ghostly shadow, strange lights, unusual sound of music and dance coming from the Bhangarh Fort. It is said that whoever enters this fort after sunset does not come out alive.
This place and its story has definitely scared us! We would love to visit it some day. Tell us know if you too are interested in such haunted places in the comment section below and do not forget to share our articles on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and more.