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Bhangarh, Ghost Town

Bhangarh, Ghost TownBhangarh, Ghost Town

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Copyright: Udaiveer Singh Rathore
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 15000x7500
Uploaded: 12/05/2013
Updated: 14/10/2014
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Tags: bhangarh; ghost town; rajasthan; palaces; forts; ancient city
  • ritu mishra over 1 year ago
    meine isse sapne me pehle bhi dekha h...sachi,...aur ek rasta ratna k mehal k ander se hi mandir aur ek bawari ko jata h, jaha uss samay ek behl ka ped tha,,,,aur uspe bahut saare lal kapdo k tukde badhe h..koi poul bhi bante huye dekha h meine..
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