Bhangarh Fort Alwar Rajasthan

The Most Haunted and historical place Bhangarh fort is located in the Alwar district of Rajasthan. Bhangarh fort is famous for ghost Stories of Bhangarh Fort.  This fort is known for ghosts in the world along with India, hence it is called the “Fort of Ghosts”. This fort was built in 1573 by the King of Amer, Bhagwant Das.

Bhangarh fort at night

The Bhangarh fort is surrounded by four more walls, inside which are the ruins of the Havelis and the front market, both of which and the ruins of the shops are built.

There is a palace built at the end of the fort, which is now almost converted into ruins. The fort of Bhangarh is surrounded by hills all around, and in the rainy season, green hills are seen on the hills on every side.

Bhangarh Fort History

The fort of Bhangarh is also one of the most dreaded forts in the world. Entry and staying inside the fort are not allowed after sunset, because after sunset, the fort souls wake up and there are various voices inside the fort which include screaming, crying of women, The chirping of the bangles, and the sound of swords.


It is said that whoever stayed in the fort after nightfall has lost his life. Bhangarh Fort is one of the most feared places in the world. It is believed that there are ghosts even today.

Bhangarh fort Story (Ghost ) 

There is a famous story about the fort that it is said that the princess of Bhangarh was Ratnayavati Apoorva Sundari, at that time her form was discussed in the whole state and the princes of every corner of the country were willing to marry her.

In the same state, there lived a tantric Sindhiya who was a master of the art of magic and wanted to get the princess crazy and the princess.

One day the princess went to the market with her friends and reached a perfume shop and picked up a bottle of perfume in which the tantric by Already the magic was done when the princess realized this, then the princess slammed the nearby stone and the bottle fell on the stone.

Due to this, the perfume spread on the stone and that stone followed the Tantrik and later crushed him by the stone. And he died.

While dying, the Tantrik cursed that the people residing in the fort will die soon and their souls will continue to wander in this fort.

After this, there was a war between Bhangarh and Ajabgarh in which all the fort dwellers were killed with the princess and due to the curse, their spirits still roam around this fort.


There is another story of the destruction of Bhangarh Fort. The hill on which the fort was built. A sage Guru Balu Nath resided on it, on top of which the hill was built by King Bhagwant Singh.

His only condition for building the fort there was that it would never cast a fortress on his residence.

But when the fort was built, the shadow of the pillars in that fort fell on the house of the ascetic. Due to this the curse of the angry monk ruined the fort and surrounding villages. A small stone hut, known as the matriarch of the tantrikas, sees the fort. 

The truth seems to be that after the death of Chatar Singh, since Ajab Singh had already established a new fort, the population of the region declined.

A famine in 1783 forced the remaining villagers to find new avenues. In 1720, Raja Jai ​​Singh, the grandson of Man Singh, added Bhangarh to his property.

The entrance to Bhangarh is prohibited between sunset and sunrise. It is the most haunted fort in India.

How To Reach Bhangarh Fort Alwar Rajasthan

Near Railway Station Bhangarh Fort: – Dausa  30 Kilometer

Jaipur to Bhangarh fort distance

Jaipur International Airport and Railway station to Bhangarh fort: –  approx 90 kilometres By Road

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