Monsoon sky at Bhangarh Fort

Some claim it to be Asia’s most haunted while others claim it as India’s most haunted! It’s difficult to settle this claim. Below picture was shot at Bhangarh Fort on an overcast afternoon during the month of Saavan the name of a month as per Indian calendar associated with the monsoon!


Monsoon certainly casts its magic on the surrounding area. The mountains looks beautiful with the dark brown-green shade. The stone used in these structures turn two shades dark due to rains. And of course, there is a lot of greenery all around. The Sun decided to hide behind the immense cloud cover. On either sides of the cobbled pathway are Bhangarh Fort ruins called Jauhari bazaar.

The picture looks under exposed because it was clicked in difficult light conditions with heavy cloud cover. The picture has not been post-processed with any photo editing software like Lightroom or Photoshop. Clicked with Tokina 11-16 f/2.8 lens.

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8 thoughts on “Monsoon sky at Bhangarh Fort

  1. Have heard so much about this place that it really invokes an interest in me to visit it. And the picture which you have posted is one of a kind ..I mean gives the perfect feel of a haunted place.. 🙂 Great job buddy.. waiting for more on Bhangarh … Cheers!

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