HOW TO REACH:
Bhangarh is situated about 86 KM from Alwar & 74 KM from Jaipur. The connectivity to Bhangarh is fairly decent and this place can be reached via multiple mediums.
-The nearest airport is Sanganer airport in Jaipur, at a distance of 56 KM from Bhangarh.
-The nearest station is the Dausa railway station junction, at a distance of just 22 KM from Bhangarh.
-Regular bus services are available for Bhangarh Ruins, but the nearest bus stop is not directly at the ruin. Hence a small walk of about 1 km is required to reach the destination.
-Private taxis are also available that can get to the site faster and drop up to the ruins.
-You can drive to the location as well & reach there quite comfortably via NH8.
OUR EVENTFUL DRIVE FROM DELHI TO BHANGARH:
As we were just 4 friends visiting the place (which is quite a small number, as compare to my other trips), so we decided to drive in my car at around 3:00AM. The beginning of the drive was very dramatic actually, as the GPS started misbehaving just after we crossed Gurgaon & after few more minutes, we got ourselves a flat tyre. Anyways, we jacked the car, unscrewed the tyre & it got stuck, which is a common problem in i10. We tried & tried & tried, but it won’t come out. So we somehow managed to borrow a hammer from a nearby gas station. Hammer did it’s job in just one hit and the tyre was out & just when we took the spare tire out from the trunk, voila, it was also flat because of being there for a long time. Now we took the spare tyre to the gas station to get it filled with air, & we had to fill it ourselves, as the guy over there was real dizzy at this early in the morning & was not willing to do the job for us.
Anyways, the drama ends here and we finally got our car up and running. We mostly decided to drive on NH8, as it is the best Highway available on the route. We had to leave NH8 just around 50 KM before Bhangarh & remaining road was not very impressive. We parked our car in the parking area after reaching there & walked in.
A QUICK TOUR:
There is a big metal gate at the entrance and a small Hanuman temple on the right, just after entering.