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Overview of Bhangarh, The Most Haunted Place in India
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Many years ago the whole village disappeared overnight, They say you don't want to be here when the sun goes down, that the ghost of the villages still haunt this place. So what am I doing here so late as the sun is setting? Things did get spooky! Most of Bhangarh is in ruins. Crumbling temples, walls and pavilions standing against the silent wilderness of forested hills scream out about the town's ancient prosperity. The ruins of the arches and colonnades, built on various levels, suggest that it was once quite an elaborate complex.
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