According to map, From NH8 one needs to take NH11A from Manoharpur. So after crossing Manoharpur we were expecting NH11A. 1kms passes, 2 kms passed…10kms passed!!!! No sign of a left turn. What the heck!!!
“Kuch garbar hai, lag raha hai humne road miss kiya hai!”
“Bhaiya, yaha se Bhangarh ke liye kaun sa rasta hai?”
“Who raste to picche reh
And the local guy suggested a state road which leads to Bhangarh via Pratapgarh. That was a horrible experience: first, the road was narrow, running through villages; second, broken at places resulting in bumpy ride.
“Abbe Hriday, rasta to bohot hi kharab hai!!! Thik raste se hi jaa rahe hai na???”
It seemed liked we were cursed by Bhangarh already and we started getting afraid of not making to Bhangarh!!! After a few kilometers ride, we found ourselves in between beautiful landscape.
Heros!!! Me and Amlan with his Cutie Estilo. Amlan-da just love red color!!!
Oh, we are at Rajasthan. Ooops I was late by a second and cut the Camel head!! Hey, this time I know that fort, thats Pratapgarh fort.
Upon arrival at Pratapgarh we got our confidence back that we would be making to Bhangarh, no more road confusion.
A deserted temple, we dont have a chance to go to this tample. But this temple is said to built in 1700AD. The front portion of the temple is made of marbles from Jhiri and Makrana. The palace of Ajabgarh