Bhangarh, India is the most haunted place in India. The premises of Bhangarh include a number of temples most of them are “Hanuman Mandir” — which means the Temples Of Lord Hanuman in Hindi.
India’s Bhangarh, in the Rajasthan region, is a place between Jaipur and Alwar, is a town with a mysterious history. Today Bhangarh is known for its ruins where nobody dares to go after dark but is worth a visit; in fact, the place is beautiful and tranquil. Built-in the 1630s, it was abruptly abandoned ten years later for reasons that are still unclear. Legend has it that after a convoluted series of events involving a princess and a jar of enchanted oil, a massacre occurred and the town was never repopulated. Nowadays there are tourists aplenty by day, but no one stays at night. This might have something to do with the supposed curse placed on the town by a jealous shaman. Even the local archeological office is located half a mile away. But the magnificent ruins—not to mention the Palace of Prostitutes—imply that Bhangarh was something of a Gomorrah of extravagant goings-on. Perhaps that history—and not the ghost stories—is why a sign at the entrance reads, “Staying here after sunset is strictly prohibited.” Either way, we’re happy to rest our heads at the ultra-luxe Amanbagh resort six miles away. What remains though, is a shadow of a once beautiful kingdom.
“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, practiced black magic in the kingdom of Bhangarh. A conflict between the two eventually leads 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.” From http://www.imagesofrajasthan.com/bhangarhimages.htm