An insight to the Haunted Place Bhangarh

by Subhechcha Ganguly

Bhangarh: the most haunted fort in India - The Hindu

One surely knows about this place that runs a chill down your spine.  This place is banned for visit at night. In fact, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has placed signs at many locations on Bhangarh warning tourists not to linger in the grounds after dark and before sunrise. According to locals, anyone who managed to enter the fort at night never returned to tell their story, since it is thought that spirits wander the fort at night, making it a hub for paranormal activity.

File:Bhangarh Fort front view.jpg - Wikimedia Commons

It’s unusual to see that every house in the region is without a roof. It’s said that the sage who cursed the town to its ultimate destruction is to blame. Locals claim that it is impossible to build a roof on these dwellings, and even if one is erected, it would collapse, killing many people in the past. Many strange legends surround Bhangarh and its unfortunate guests. It has a long history of suffering and pain, which locals think has shown itself in horrific accidents and disaster. Locals also said that three daredevils once opted to stay in the Bhangarh Fort grounds after sunset to check whether it was indeed haunted. Despite having a torch, one of them fell into a deep well and was saved by friends who brought him to the hospital. But, as fate would have it, all three of them perished in a car accident while on their way to the hospital.  Bhangarh Fort is a location, complete with signboards advising visitors not to stay after dusk. The fort’s history stretches back to the 17th century, and it is certainly not for the faint of heart.

By Subhechcha Ganguly

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