It is believed that the soul of the evil tantric roams inside the fort after dark in search of his love, princess Ratnavati of Bhangarh.
Many people are believed to have encountered various unnatural activities during their trip to Bhangarh fort. The ominous sound of women dancing, tantric calling for his love, and other horrific accounts have terrified people over time.
Time: The fort is open for visitors only from 6 AM to 6 PM
Entry fee: Rs. 40 for Indians and R.200 for international tourists
Visit Bhangarh Fort during winters for the best experience. Avoid visiting on weekends as the place will be crowded with local tourists. You can travel by train also, the closest railway stations are Dausa and Bhan Kari. I suggest you take the scenic route and travel by road. Bhangarh is 220 km away from Delhi, a day trip can be done easily by car.
Famous for various myths and spooky tales, Bhangarh Fort stands tall in the Bhangarh village situated in Rajgarh Alwar, Rajasthan. The dramatic setting of the Sariska Tiger Reserve makes it one of the intriguing places to visit in India.
Haunted or not, this place is definitely worth a road trip. Until next time, in Rajasthani style "Ram Ram Sa"!
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