The Bhangarh Fort is a seventeenth century stronghold worked in the Rajasthan territory of India. It was worked by Man Singh I for his more youthful child Madho Singh I. It was named by Madho Singh after his granddad Man Singh or Bhan Singh. The stronghold and its regions are all around safeguarded.
It is situated on the outskirt of the Sariska Reserve in the Aravali scope of slopes in Alwar area of Rajasthan. The closest town is Gola ka Baas. The stronghold is arranged at the foot of the slopes on slanting territory. The remains of the King's royal residence are situated on the lower incline of the slopes; trees encompass the lake territory and a characteristic stream falls into the lake inside the premises of the royal residence.