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Bhangarh Images

 
Images of Bhangarh India, Pictures of Bhangarh Rajasthan, Images of Bhangarh Rajasthan, Photos of Bhangarh Temple Rajasthan India
 
The excavated city of Bhangarh is a well known tourist destination of Rajasthan which was built in the 17th century by Madho Singh. It is about 80 kilometers from the city of Alwar.

The history of the town of Bhangarh is not clear. It is believed that the king of Sindh in an attempt to retaliate against embarrassment caused to him by the queen of Bhangarh, he practiced black magic in the kingdom of Bhangarh. A conflict between the two, eventually lead to total destruction of the kingdom of Bhangarh. It is also believed that the destruction happened due to the curse of the king of Sindh which he pronounced while dying. The eeriness of the kingdom still prevails and many believe that even today evil spirits and supernatural beings dwell in the town.

The town of Bhangarh has many temples dedicated to different gods and goddesses. The main temples of Bhangarh belong to Lord Hanuman, Lord Shiva, Gopinath and Dev Narayan. Apart from the temples there is a famous shrine of the Muslim saint, Sayyed Ji. There are many beautiful gardens in Bhangarh.

The many arches and walkways of the ruined city lend a special charm and antiqueness to the town. The Palace of Prostitutes, the house where the female courtesans used to live is an interesting place of tourist attraction in Bhangarh.
 
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