Bhangarh Fort arranged on the outskirt of Sariska Asylum in the Aravalli runs in Alwar locale of Rajasthan. The closest town is Gola ka Bas. This fortification is arranged on the lower incline of the slopes, the vestiges of the king\'s royal residence at the base of the slopes in the slanting territory; The lake zone is encompassed by trees and a characteristic stream inside the royal residence complex falls into the lake.
According to one legend, a monk named Baba Balak Nath lived in the area of the fort, and it was his injunction that no house built in the former areas of the fort should be taller than his house, and if any such house was built His house, a shadow fallen, will devastate the city of the fort. According to another folklore, a magician named after him in black magic was in love with a beautiful Bhangarh princess named Ratnavati. Was. One day, the wizard chases him to the market and offers him a love potion, though he rejects it, throwing it on a large boulder that resulted in the wizard rolling over and crushing him to death.
Entering through the primary entryway of the totally destroyed stronghold city, one can discover sanctuaries, royal residences, and havelis . Aside from this, the stronghold has four more passage focuses - Lahori Door, Ajmeri Entryway, Phulbari Entryway, and Delhi Door. The passageway of the fundamental entryway has a few Hindu sanctuaries, for example, Hanuman Sanctuary, Gopinath Sanctuary, Someshwar Sanctuary, Keshav Rai Sanctuary, Mangla Devi Sanctuary, Ganesh Sanctuary, and Naveen Sanctuary. The Gopinath sanctuary is worked on a 14-foot-high plinth, and yellow stones are utilized for the wonderful cutting of the sanctuary. The priest\'s living arrangement named Purohitji\'s Haveli is situated toward the east of the sanctuary complex. Next is Gopinath Sanctuary pursued by Nachan Ki Haveli and Johri Bazaar. The Illustrious Castle is situated toward the part of the arrangement limits.