27 Mar 2015

Jhansi Fort Which Played Important role in Freedom Fight

Jhansi Fort Which Played Important role in Freedom Fight Shahid Ali khan 5 of 5
Jhansi Fort is situated on the top of the hill in Jhansi city of Indian state Uttar Pradesh. ...

Jhansi Fort is situated on the top of the hill in Jhansi city of Indian state Uttar Pradesh. It’s was built byarocha’s king Maharaja Veer Singh Dev in 1613. It’s was surrounded by 16 to 20 ft wall. There are ten doors in the fort’s wall each having the name of a king or historic location from the kingdom. The name is like Chand door, Datiya Door, Jharna Door, Laxmi Door, Aurcha Door, Unnao Door, Khanderao Door and Senya Door. However, some of the doors are now become extinct, yet there are some doors are still in good condition.

Jhansi fort
Jhansi Fort
 "Jhansi fort played an important role in the freedom movement, because it was the center of India's freedom struggle in 1857."

Cannon of Jhansi fort
Jhansi  Fort Cannon's

The pictures on the walls of the fort depict the fighting by the Queen of Jhansi against the British. There is one museum in fort. It’s showing various demonstrations along with karak Bijl cannon which was scared to British army by deadly fire. 

How to Reach Jhansi Fort:-

Nearest Railway station: - Jhansi Railway Station
Timing: - 6 Am to 6 Pm

Entry Fee: - Rs .5 for Indian, Rs. 200 for Foreigners

21 Mar 2015

Story Behind The Bhangarh Fort Haunted

Story Behind The Bhangarh Fort Haunted Shahid Ali khan 5 of 5
The past and the spirits of their own are a different relationship and coincidence. There is n...

The past and the spirits of their own are a different relationship and coincidence. There is no such place as spirits on the underside where the death shadow those places people cannot overcome their fear and they  come on their knee  in front of strange world which they have no idea . Many across the world such as old fort that is a different black past and still inhabit the religion centered.

The people know such places in the world, but there are very few people who dare to come across species have them. As we believe in a world of their presence or absence in a corner of our minds perform similarly to the demons also have visions of the world. It is another matter that many people have refused to accept in front of the world, they can only satisfy their heart by the arguments, but they cannot change the reality of the world.

History of Bhangarh Fort
Bhangarh Fort
Bhangarh Fort magnificent past

Bhangarh Fort was built in the 17th century. Man Singh built this fort was the younger brother Raja Madho Singh Krawaya. At that time Raja Madho Singh was posted as a general in Akbar’s army. The population was 10,000 at the time in Bhangarh. This magnificent fort situated in Bhangarh Alwar district that has been constructed in very large sizes.
Surrounded by mountains on all sides of the fort is used best craft. In addition, Lord Shiva, Hanuman temple Vidhyaman accustomed to the finest and most ancient is situated in the fort. The fort has a main wall with five gates. The fortress, which was used in the Drin and strong stones over there are in a situation such as that from ancient times.

Curse on Bhangarh Fort by Black Magician Singia

Bhangarh Fort which is fantastic in view it’s past is equally scary. There is a famous story about the Bhangarh Fort. Princess of Bhangarh fort Ratnawati was very beautiful as her name. At that time her beauty was topic of discussion in state and the prince form the every corner of the country wants to marry with her.

Instruction of bhangarh fort
Instruction Board of Bhangarh Fort
When she was just 18 years old her beauty become more beautiful and the proposal were coming for marriage to her from many states. During that time once she had gone into the market with her friends. . Princess Rtnawati reached a perfume shop and she was taking scent fragrance on her hand. At the same time, a short distance from the store a person name Singiya was standing watching him very closely.

Singiya wan living in same state and he was expert in black magic. It was said that he crazy for princess beauty and he used to loved badly. He wanted to achieve princess somehow. So he came to the shop where princess was selecting perfume bottle and he turned into black magic that Princess had to Captivate.

What Happened With Princess Rtnawati

Princess Rtnawati raised her perfume bottle, but he slammed on the nearby stone. After that the bottle was broken after the throwing of stone and the perfume into bottle was imploded on stone. Since that the stone was trailing behind singhia and its crushed black magician and he was died on the spot. Before dying black magician cursed that everyone will die soon who was living in fort. And he will not take birth again and will always linger in their souls the fort.

Bhangarh Fort Fort inside image
Bhangarh Fort Inside
A few days after the death of the black magician war was happened between Ajbgdh and Bhangarh. All people living in the Fort were killed. Even the Princess could not escape that curse for black magician she was also died. After the huge massacre in same fort the death scream echoes in Fort. Still they are in fort.

The massacres in the spirit of the fortress are still lingered. At times this has been brought home from the problem. Once the Indian Government paramilitary forces an appointed here was so that they can find the truth behind them. But they also failed many soldiers had confirmed the spirit had in this area. Still if you are alone in this fort you can feel crash of swords and availability of spirit

14 Mar 2015

Abandoned by a Curse Tughlaqabad Fort in Delhi

Abandoned by a Curse Tughlaqabad Fort in Delhi Shahid Ali khan 5 of 5
Tughlaqabad fort is located in New Delhi. It is spread over a total of 6.5 km. The fort was buil...

Tughlaqabad fort is located in New Delhi. It is spread over a total of 6.5 km. The fort was built by Delhi Sultanate Ghiyas-ud-din Tughlaq who is the founder of Thughlaq Empire. He was ruled on Delhi from 1321 to 1327.  This fort is now turned into ruins. It’s located nearby Tughlaqabad industrial area and Asola Bhati Wildlife sanctuary.

Tughlaqabad fort delhi
Tughlaqabad fort
 History of Tughlaqabad

This is very interesting history of the fort. Ghiyas- ud-din Tughlaq built the fort in the beginning of the 14th century. Malik Ghazi Tughlaq before he acquired the title is known as the Sultan Mubarak Khilji servant. Khilji Malik that later called Tughlaq want to build a new city for him on the top of hill. This idea comes in his mind when Tughlaq come in power. He wanted to give shape to their ideas.

Ghiyath Aldin Tughluq Tomb from Tughluqabad
Ghiyath Aldin Tughluq Tomb from Tughluqabad
For the protection for the fort form Mughal attackers. The fort was the stronghold. The fort linked by the road which later came to be known as the GT Road.
According to legend, Tughlaq ordered each of the laborers with the area for being involved with building this specific city-fort. Nizamuddin  Auliya, one particular laborer seemed to be extremely unhappy with this particular and they cursed the entire enterprise. Subsequently, the city fort could hardly prosper. Perhaps till date, it is uninhabitable possesses thorny bushes.

Some important thing that you should know about the Tughlaqabad fort:-

Attractions:  Tomb of   Ghiyath-al-Din inside the fort
Visiting time: -   Morning 8 AM To Evening 6 PM.
Light and Sound timing in Tughlaqabad fort:- Between 5 PM to Pm In Both language (English of                                                                                          Hindi)


7 Mar 2015

Junagarh Fort Bikaner Rajasthan

Junagarh Fort Bikaner Rajasthan Shahid Ali khan 5 of 5
Junagarh Fort is situated in Bikaner Rajasthan. It’s one of the few for which is not situated on...

Junagarh Fort is situated in Bikaner Rajasthan. It’s one of the few for which is not situated on the top of hill. The fort was the former capital of Mewar and was known as "Chintamani". The name of the fort was changed during the twentieth century Junagarh (or "Old Fort") when the royal family moved into Lalgarh Palace.
Junagarh Fort
Junagarh Fort
Before your construction from the present Junagarh Fort, a rock fort existed in its place. It was constructed by Rao Bika in 1478 as part of the new town of Bikaner he establish-in 1472. Rao Bika was the second son of Mandore ruler Maharaja Rao Jodha. Unfortunately he was can't become inherit to his father’s throne. So he conquered northern parts of arid regions of Rajasthan and established his own State of Bikaner.

Junagarh Fort
Junagarh Fort
It absolutely was around a hundred years later that this kingdom prospered underneath the 6th leader of Bikaner, Raja Rai Singhji (1571-1611). He accepted the dominion in the Mughal Emperors and held a prominent position in the courts regarding Emperors Akbar and Jahangir. He turned out his ideal expertise in the war versus Mewar, earning excellent honour and rewards from the Mughals.
The actual rectangular red-colored sandstone as well as marble fort extends over an area of 5.28m using the perimeter rooms being 4m wide as well as 12m high. The actual palaces, temples and also other constructions in the fort possess attracted tourists in recent times for their particular rich industrial value. The actual picturesque balconies, home windows, courtyards as well as kiosks feature intricate lattice work as well as glass as well as wood perform. Notable constructions range from the Badal Mahal, Phool Mahal, Anup Mahal, Karan Mahal, Ganga Mahal, Chandra Mahal as well as Bikaner Havelis. A number of these palaces have been turned straight into museums exhibiting the fantastic lifestyle of the royalties connected with Rajasthan.

How to reach

By Road: Junagarh Fort is situated in Bikaner location near Sursagar in Junagarh Fort Rd. One can easily attain here by RSRTC shuttle bus, local shuttle bus or local taxi as well as walk.

By Rail: Junagarh Fortt is nicely connected through  nearest Bikaner Railway station (2km) to help major urban centers railway areas like Delhi, Agra, Mumbai, Chennai, Bikaner, Jaipur, Ahmedabad,  Pali.

Timing: 10AM to 4:30PM 
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