I dont know how many of you believe in ghosts but that is exactly what Bhangarh has become famous for. I have been there three times so my post is going to be a mix of all three visits. Bhangarh is between Delhi and Jaipur and a good way to go to Bhangarh is to include it on your visit to Sariska tiger reserve as Bhangarh is very close to Sariska tiger reserve. Bhangarh is in Alwar district of Rajasthan. The road from Delhi to Alwar is pretty good apart from the patches where roads are being built and a few fly overs that cause traffic jams especially at night when there are lots of trucks on roads.Road from the Main Delhi Jaipur highway to Bhangarh is in bad shape so make sure you have a spare tyre and also have your food on the main road some where as there is absolutely nothing up until Bhangarh where there are a couple of very lousy pakora shops which you will have to look for and most likely wont find as you wont know the area. Asking the locals is an option if you can find one as that area is very scarcely populated. Bhangarh fort opens early morning at sun rise and as you can see in one of the pictures there is a small barrier which is manned. As you get to the main entrance there is a small parking area to the left side of the main gate. You can get a guide there if you like but those guys hardly know anything, you can get better info on this thread as compared to what a guide would tell you. When you enter the gates there is a temple to the right hand side and not just that but there are lots and lots of temples in that fort boundary. The houses and the market are all cut off at the same length which looks a bit spookey and no one really knows how that happened. There is one dancers haveli on the way and also a Purohit's haveli and lots of shops and houses as we approach the main palace. There is a courtyard with a huge banyan tree there and to the left there is a very beautiful temple and a small water body with flowing water that comes from the hills behind the palace. One thing to note is that there is no electricity through out the fort. We took the stairs and got into the palace which is all broken to pieces with stones and sculptures scattered all over the place. There is a temple of Rani Ratnavati inside the fort which is more or less intact but rest of the palace roofs are all broken. You can get to the top floor using the stairs and have a view of the whole area and appreciate the planning and design that looks wonderful from above. From inside the palace one can also see if anyone is approaching the palace from a very long distance. I took a few pictures from the roof top which you can see below and in the Bhangarh media album (Link to album is at the bottom of this post). To the right side of the palace (when you stand facing the palace from down below) there is a hill top with a canopy that locals call "Tantrik ki chatri". Legend goes that a tantrik used to live there and fell in love with The queen Ratnavati but after lots of attempts he could not get the queen's attention so he destroyed the whole fort with his magical powers. That is how the story goes and I have no idea how true that is. I have spent a whole night at this tantrik ki chatri but never saw the tantrik or any sign of him nor did I hear any noises. I will now leave you to have a look at the pictures from Bhangarh. I hope you like them. Please feel free to ask questions as I am sure I must have left out some details. Here is the link to rest of the pictures in media gallary : Bhangarh I hope you like them.