Darr ke aagey Jeet hai"
It took us 274 Km. and around 7 hours of adventure filled travel time to reach the fantasyland. That's the entrance, no doubt India knows how to welcome the guests:
Our Indian films have portrayed the haunted places in peculiar way. Doors, if any in the ruins open automatically. The Ghosts/ Spirits in the ruined forts welcome the visitors with a message "You have come finally, I have been waiting for you since centuries". They also sing songs and roam around in the ruins with a burning candle. It is natural human psychology to associate ourselves with the history, no doubt even blowing winds looks like work of the ghosts.
If we go back in the history lane, we will find that entrance to all the major cities in India started with the market. Same trend has been followed in Bhangarh too, one if felicitated by beautifully placed shops on both sides of the walking street. I am also trying to explore the charisma of those times and how they would have marketed from the shops.
It is our duty to preserve this grand heritage and memories of our ancestors intact and in its full glory.
After temple we decided to go upstairs and take an aerial view of this place. Each step on the stairs was taking us close the glorious past of this place, and the rich history of our great country. Beauty and magnificence has been spread all over this place. Well crafted palaces, artistically placed gardens. Check out yourself: