3 MOST HAUNTED PLACES IN INDIA| BHANGARH FORT | KULDHARA VILLAGE| LAMBI DEHAR MINES| VIBHOR VLOGS

Bhangarh Fort is situated on the border of Sariska Tiger reserve in the Aravali range in the deserted town of Bhangarh, Rajasthan. Bhangarh is a ruined town between Jaipur and Alwar. Bhangarh fort is a major tourist attraction and is said to be one of the most haunted historical places in the world. Many myths are related with this haunted fort.
About the town of Bhangarh, it was established in 1573 by King Bhagwant Das who had two sons. His elder son was Man Singh, the famous General of Mughal Emperor Akbar and the younger one was Madho Singh. Bhagwant Das developed Bhangarh as the residence of his younger son Madho Singh who lived and ruled Bhangarh his whole life. Madho Singh named the city after his grandfather Man Singh who was also known as Bhan Singh and now the city is recognised as ” Bhangarh”.
Bhangarh Kila was established in 1613 and built by King Madho Singh and the town of Bhangarh was established by Bhagwant Das. Bhangarh Fort might be famed for its haunted and mysterious presence but it can be visited as a place that is beautiful and pleasant. People say, Bhangarh fort is not for the easily frightened (faint-hearted) people. It is rated as the most haunted place in the whole of India. India also has some other world’s most haunted places. In fact, if have you ever thought that India was a country of several Gods and Goddess then you can be in for a surprise that India has a dark and spooky side as well. Those people who like to visit haunted places should definitely visit Bhangarh Fort that has its own status of being one of the most haunted places in India.Ratnavati was the princess of Bhangarh and was famed for her stately beauty all over her own kingdom and the neighboring states. By the time the princess turned 18 years old,she started getting matrimonial offers from diffrent states. There was a tantrik called Singhia, who was completely smitten by her but knew that the his match was impossible with the princess. But Singhia(a tantrik) under the spell of glorious beauty of The Princess decided to decoy the princess with his magical powers (jadu). One day Singhia saw the princess’s maid in the market. So he thought, he’ll marry the princess by using black magic on the oil that the maid was purchasing so that upon touching it, the princess would surrender herself to magician. However, the princess saw the Sanghia Tantrik trick that he was enchanting the oil. So the princess poured the oil on to the ground. The oil on ground turned into a rock and rolled towards the magician and crushed him ( Singhia ). Before dying, the magician cursed the Bhangarh city to death and said there will be no more rebirths. After this incident, the curse showed its results in a the battle between Bhangarh and Ajabgarh, where Ratnavati was assassinated. However, some local (folk) stories tell that the princess has taken a rebirth somewhere else and the bhangarh fort is waiting for her return and end the sadistic curse. According to the folk tales, Bhangarh fort is the dwelling of ghosts and that is why entry is prohibited for tourists or visitors in the fort before sunrise and after sunset.

Kuldhara is considered as one of the most haunted places located in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan (India). Rupam and his Family were on their way to their Village but suddenly their Car gets stuck in the middle of the road located near Kuldhara Village. To know what horrifying incident occurred with Rupam and his entire Family, watch this terrifying episode of Bhoot Aaya.

Lambi Dehar Mines is a haunted place in Mussoorie. More then 50,000 Peoples have lost their life here. People complaint about criminal and paranormal activities going on at this place. We tried to investigate the place and here is the result.

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