Picture Story – The Haunted Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan

I had Bhangarh fort in my “Must Visit” list for almost 5 years now and I finally got to visit this fort. It is known to be a very famous tourist spot.

We drove from Jaipur to Bhangarh Fort and it was a drive of around 1 hour 45 minutes. It was a pretty fun ride because the roads are mostly smooth, except for the last stretch which is also NOT very bad.

Apart from its popularity, there was another reason why I wanted to visit this fort – it is known to be the most haunted place in India! I had read a lot about the fort that it is not for the faint-hearted so I decided to give it a shot since I am faint-hearted (haha). To my amazement, this fort is just simply beautiful! Also, the fort closes before sunset and post sunset is when the tragic incidents have happened. So it’s best not do something that is against the rules.

To find out more about my experience, look at the images below and don’t miss the conclusion!

The drive to Bhangarh fort is actually scary, haha!
Such a beautiful landscape; just before entering the fort
Ruins of Bhangarh Fort
Ruins of Bhangarh Fort
Ruins of Bhangarh Fort
It used to be a township


A temple inside Bhangarh fort


Heading to the Royal Palace
View from the Royal Palace
View from the Royal Palace
View from the Royal Palace
What an amazing view!!
Loved the greenery

All in all, I would say you should visit this place at least once. It is simply beautiful and peaceful because it is far away from the city. Another reason why you should visit this fort is to get a glimpse of how townships looked like in 17th century. The ruins of the township consists of markets, residential accommodation, a dancer’s palace, 3 temples and the Royal Palace.

I hope you enjoyed this picture story. Do let me know in the comments section! For all of you who have visited this fort, please let me know if you’ve had any spooky experience in the comments section below.

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