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My Trip to Bhangarh in Rajasthan which is the most haunted Place in India


In the first half of the 17th century, Madho Singh of Amber built his capital here with the sanction of an ascetic Baba Balanath, who meditated there, but not without his dire prescription: “Look my dear chap! The moment the shadows of your palaces touch me, you are undone. The city shall be no more!” In ignorance, Ajab Singh, one of the later descendants in the dynasty, raised the palace to such a height that the shadow reached the forbidden place. Hence the devastation.

A second legend tells of a tantric battle waged between the lovely queen Ratnavali and that wicked sorcerer Singha Sevra, whose chhatri can be seen on the top of the hill. Desperately, he tried to trap her in his magical web, and failed every time, as the queen herself was a past-mistress in the tantric art.

The last battle took place on the day when the queen losing eventually her temper, transformed a glass bottle containing the massaging oil into a big rock and flung it towards the hill-top, where sat the devil. In vain he tried to stall this glass missile. It was too late. Sensing his imminent death, concentrating all his powers, he spat his dying curse: “I die! But thou too, thou Ratnavali shall not live here anymore. Neither thou, nor thine kin, nor these walls of the city. None shall see the morning sun!” I suspect, it was after all, the demon who had the last laugh! The night was spent in hastily trying to transfer the palace treasures to the new site of Ajabgarh. In the morning came the tempest levelling everything to the ground.

Thats Bhangarh in Rajasthan which is the most haunted Place in India as per Archeological Survey Of India. “STAYING HERE AFTER SUNSET IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED” is written on the board at city entrance…………

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April 26, 2010 Posted by | My Friends, My Trips/Bag-Packing | , , , | 3 Comments

My Trip(21st Nov 2009) to Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti’s Dargah in Ajmer, Rajasthan, INDIA


Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti’s Dargah

Sultan-ul-Hind, Hazrat Shaikh Khwaja Syed Muhammad Mu’īnuddīn Chishtī (Ajmeri) (Persian/Urdu: خواجہ سیّد محمد معین الدین چشتی اجمیری ) was born in 1141 and died in 1230 CE. Also known as Gharīb Nawāz (غریب نواز), or ‘Benefactor of the Poor’, he is the most famous Sufi saint of the Chishtī Order ofSouth Asia. He introduced and established the order in South Asia. The initial spiritual chain or silsila of the Chishti order in India, comprising Mu’īnuddīn Chishtī, Bakhtiyar KakiBaba Farid and Nizamuddin Auliya (each successive person being the disciple of the previous one), represents the initial great Sufi saints of Indian history.[1]

He was born in 536 A.H./1141 CE, in Sijistān, in Persian Khorasan, modern Iran[2]. He is also known as Sultān-e-Hind (The Sultan of India). He is a descendant of Muhammad through Ja‘far aṣ-Ṣādiq.

Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti’s Dargah in Ajmer       Entrance of the Dargah

Shops on the sides of Dargah                                                      Entrance of the Dargah

Nikz in Kwaja ji's Dargah

Nikz at rh Kwaja ji’s Dargah..                                                                 It’s me..:-)

dONKEY ON dONKEY

dONKEY ON dONKEY……                                                                 poor Horse….

Jeep Driver n his son’s                                                                    Niku n his new friend ( R to L)

The dabha where we had evening TEA                                           B’full Sun Set ……….

November 27, 2009 Posted by | asam bangia, My Trips/Bag-Packing | , , | Leave a comment