From Bhangarh To Ahilya 4 Indian Forts That Are Nothing But Ruins Now_Master

From Bhangarh to Ahilya: 4 Indian Forts that are nothing but ruins now

The minute I decided to explore the ruins of Indian Monuments, something clicked my mind - everything's made to meet its end. But then, these architectural gems were the epitome of beauty in the initial days of their construction and that is what inspired me to check them out in person.

When it comes to exploring India, happiness can be seen in my eyes. It is a land of history and heritage and that is why people from across the globe come here to witness the same.

While witnessing different shades of India, I fortunately managed to explore the history too, through the ruined forts that were the result of a thoughtful outcome from the-then rulers of India. I got totally awestruck by the local stories behind the establishment of these forts and they will live with me forever.

But what really slowed me down was the critical condition of these forts. Despite this, I took a tour of them because of their breathtakingly beautiful architecture.

Well, all of it was extremely mind-boggling for me. If you also hold the same instincts of touching the nerves of these forts, well, you need to read this blog thoroughly then. Here, I have explained exceptional facts about each fort.

Let’s explore these forts through words.

#1. Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan

Bhangarh Fort in Rajasthan
Bhangarh Fort Rajasthan

Here, I resonated with what the locals had to say that it is a Bhoot Bangla. Well, I was very curious to know if something mysterious is coming my way. Apart from that superior feeling, I really got chills down my spine while entering this ruined fort. Those silent walls, looked like they were coming close to me with screaming mouth. Definitely was scary! But, no matter what, the curiosity was bigger than fear.

The amazing thing was the history of the place. Well, I don’t want to ruin your curiosity. You will love to dig the history on your own. This popular yet decaying fort was not like that in the 17th century. Built in Indian architecture style, it included temples, palaces, and Havelis. The fort was built by Man Singh I for his grandson Bhan Singh I. after the death of Man Singh I, the fort was named after Bhansingh I. This probably is the reason, this region is also called Bhangarh in Alwar district of Rajasthan. Ghost stories were amazing. Raat ko Man Singh ghumte hain haveli mein

#2. Ahilya Fort, Maheshwar, Madhya Pradesh