Location: Sariska Tiger Reserve in the Alwar district of Rajasthan.
Bhangarh Fort also known as “House Of Ghost“. Some people says Ghosts exist and some people says Ghost not Exists. Bhangarh is said that entrance this Fort is forbidden after the sunset and before sunrise.
Some people say that the place is haunted by the ghosts of Tantrik and the princess of the palace, Ratnavati. But no written evidence found till current. Bhangarh Fort or we can say that “Bhoot Bangla” have many of the Mysterious stories. It is not known whether Stories are true or not but many stories are roaming around this haunted fort, that are adding mystery in this mysterious Place.
Story: A story about the city mentions the Princess of Bhangarh, Ratnavati. She was considered to be the jewel of Rajasthan. As soon as she came of age she started receiving marriage proposals from princes of different places. There also lived an expert in black magic, also called Tantrik who fell in love with the princess. His name was Singhia. Knowing he couldn’t gain the princess’s favor nor marry her, he devised a plan to get her attracted to him. When he saw the princess’s maid buying oil for the princess, he enchanted the oil so that the princess would surrender herself to him. But the princess saw him doing it and poured the oil on the ground. As the oil touched the ground, a boulder emerged from the place and crushed Singhia. In his dying breath he cursed the palace and all those who lived in it with death. There was a battle a year later between Bhangarh and Ajabgarh in which the princess died. There are tales of ghosts still haunting the place. And some even say that that is the reason for the government barring all entry from the city. The locals believe that the princess has reincarnated and the fort and the empire of Bhangarh still waits for her to return and put an end to the curse.
The ASI (Archeological Survey of India) has put up a board on the fort gate that it is not permitted for tourists to stay inside the fort area after sunset and before sunrise.