Bhangarh Fort Second Floor (Panorama View) :
This is the view outside from one of the windows from the said most haunted chamber. We can practically see the whole area (Panorama View) from this point of view. To the right side you can see three temples (but we’re not sure what their names are) and a haveli (mansion) and to the left you can see Gopinath Temple. To imagine that this used to be someones room in the past, it must’ve been a queens room to have such a special view outside. Only the front section of this chamber is accessible as the roof has collapse so we couldn’t explore the chamber deeper. This chamber is quiet big as a matter of fact.
To think about it, the architectural designs of the rooms, halls, etc. is very intricate and advanced for its time. It must have taken a lot of floor planning and interior designs to create such an intricate arrangements of rooms according to their respective uses. I’m sure that those rooms are also assigned in accordance to status of the person staying in them.
Locals say at night you can smell a strong smell of incense coming from the queens chamber and no incense could be found there. Locals also say at night people have seen a lady walking across while humming. Then again these are just what people say and whether it’s true or not you decide yourself. Unfortunately, we weren’t given the permission to explore at night.
Well, if any of the ASI guys are reading this this post, I sincerely request you guys to start some kind of restoration job there in Bhangarh fort so we can maintain it for the future generations to see and admire. It’s a very important Indian heritage guys.
If you have any of your own theories of what this underground chamber of some kind is please do let us know by replying to this post. We are eager to hear from you. If you do have some video recording of Bhangarh fort at night we are very interested in it.
More photos of Bhangarh Fort here.
Our group trip photos in Instagram.