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7 years ago
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7 years ago
markt Unfortunately, the very next year there was a battle between Bhangarh-Ajabgarh and no one survived in the battle nor in the palace, not even the princess Ratnawati. After this incident even the prime minister cursed Bhangarh that no one would settle there in future and whoever dares will die as well. It is said by the local villagers that whenever a house has been built there its roof has collapsed. It seems to be true because inside Bhangarh all the houses are without a roof and even at the closest village where people reside, they still have roofs made of straw but not bricks. Now this place has become so scary that even Archeological Survey of India, Bhangarh have built their office nearly 1-2Km away from the ruined fort i.e outside the fort border {As per rules, the archaeological survey office should me within 100 meters of the historic monuments}.
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7 years ago
markt I have read a story about a place named Bhangarh. Its is considered as the most haunted place in India. Bhangarh is a place on way from Jaipur to Alwar city in Rajasthan state of India. Today Bhangarh is known for its ruins where nobody dares to stay after sunset. It is said that nobody returns from there who stays after dark. Some years back, four college students who argued such things as myth went to stayed there for a night but were found dead the next day in the nearby jungles. From then it has become the most scary place. Looking through history we find that Bhangarh was once a flourishing town of 10,000 homes with a beautiful fort established by Madho Singh, younger brother of King Akbar’s General Raja Man Singh, in 1631. But the city seems to have been abandoned in a hurry some centuries later. As the legend says, The charm of princess of Bhangarh Ratnawati was said to be matchless in entire Rajasthan. Being merely eighteen years old, the princess started getting wedding offers from other states. In the same region there also lived a tantrik (black magician) named Singhia who was desperately in love with the princess. Once he saw princess’s maid in the market buying scented oil for princess. Seeing this he got a wicked idea of getting the princess. He used his black magic and put a spell on the oil which would hypnotise the princess by her mere touching the oil and she would immedialely walk towards the tantrik to satisfy him. But as the princess got the scented oil she came to know that the oil was spelled. She immediately threw it on the block of a stone. As soon as the oil touched the stone, the stone started rolling towards the wicked tantrik Singhia and crushed him. While dying Singhia cursed the palace that there will be such an incident that everybody in the palace would die and their souls will stay there for centuries without rebirth. Unfortunately, the very next year there was a battle between Bhangarh-Ajabgarh and no one su
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7 years ago
Garg Lets hear some ghost stories!! ; )
7 years ago
Garg FYI i got some pretty crazy but i figure ill give everyone else a chance to tell theirs first.
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