asia most haunted place - bhangarh fort

in #mgsc3 years ago

Introduction - Bhangarh fort is a fort built in the 17th century in Rajasthan of India. It was built by Man Singh first for his younger brother Madho Singh first. The name of this fort is named after Bhan Singh, who was the father-in-law of Madhu Singh.

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A new village is settled outside this fort, in which around 200 houses and population is 1300. This fort and its courtyard are well protected.

This fort is looked after by the Government of India. Team of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is present around the fort. No person is allowed to stay in this area after sunset in the area by the Department of Archeology. In the day you enjoy the beautiful fortress of Bhangarh and its beautiful natural beauty. There is no fear before sunrise before sunset.

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Bhangarh Fort was built in the seventeenth century. This fort was constructed by Mana Singh's younger brother, Raja Madho Singh. Raja Madho Singh was posted as general in Akbar's army at that time. At that time, Bhangad had a population of about 10,000. Bhangarh is a magnificent fort located in Alvar district that has been prepared in very large size.

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                              Surrounded  by mountains from all sides, this fort has been used in great craft. Apart from this, this fort is the finest and most ancient temple of Lord Shiva, Hanuman etc. There are five gates in this fort and together with one main wall. In this fort, strong and strong stones have been used, which have been lying in their condition from the very ancient times.

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At present, this fort is looked after by the Government of India. Team of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is present around the fort. After the sunset by the Archeology Department, no person is allowed to stay in this area.

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