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Ruins of Bhangarh Fort: A Visit to Most Spooky Place in India

Like all you also have heard and appreciated the scary tales in your childhood. Well, people might have failed to recall some but some still remains in a corner of everyone’s mind. In India, stories about the spooky are a vital part of local beliefs and are extremely common as well.

Remember, this post is not for people with weedy hearts as this ghostly destination we’re going to tell you about has left a lot of lives scarred. Though, Bhangarh Fort has been thoroughly explored by paranormal societies. This should be thrilling. Keep on reading : -)

Bhangarh is an isolated town in the Alwar district in Rajasthan. Bhangarh Fort was made by Madho Singh in the historic year 1613, and it’s believed that this place is cursed by a black magician named Singhia. As per locals’ belief people who live or stays here would die and their spirits would get trapped in the fort forever without taking a birth again.

The ghostly status of Bhangarh Fort fascinates many travelers and adventure freaks to this mysterious place in the borders of Alwar. What’s more, Dumas Beach in Gujarat and Shaniwarwada Fort in Pune are other two ghostly places in India visited by tourists around the world.

If you know any spine-tingling destinations in India which are creepy and mysterious, then we’d welcome your recommendations in the comment box below.

Mira is a budding columnist and blogger who has turned her interest of designing and creativity into an entire career. Mira is a sagacious and with her witty writing, beautiful photography and snippets, be it homeware or travel, her adventures will keep you going for more

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