Bharatpur

Travel to Bharatpur to visit the famous Bird Sanctuary also known as the Keoladeo Ghana National Park. Located on the Agra and highway, it is a part of the northwestern frontier of Rajasthan. The name ‘Keoladeo’ is named after a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and the term Ghana. Added as a suffix as the word.’ Ghana’ implies dense and thick forests. The Maharaja of created this bird sanctuary in 1890.

Bharatpur

The distinct feature of this bird sanctuary is a large number of marshes and lakes which you can see. During your Bharatpur travel itinerary. Efforts of the renowned ornithologist. Dr Salim Ali and given the status of a national park in March 1982. In 1985, UNESCO declared as a World Heritage Site.

Bharatpur History

The history is an interesting mix of many legends and facts. It is supposed to have been a part of the Matsya Desh. That flourished somewhere around the 5th century BC. And claims a direct connection with the Pandavas of Mahabharata who is said to have spent a year. In exile in its wilds, Another legend says that the town was named. After Bharat, the brother of Lord Rama Lakshmana Rama’s.

Once an impregnable and well-fortified city. Bharatpur was carved out of a region named Mewat even. It is believed that it was actually a Jat chief named Rustam who laid the foundation of Bharatpur. Suraj Mal captured the fort of Bharatpur from Rustam’s son and expanded the city in course of time.

One can say that history has been mainly dominated by Jats since the 17th century. In fact, Suraj Mal, a Jat himself was instrumental in unifying the Jats and making them a force to reckon with. He also built many palaces and forts including the magnificent Pleasure Palace Complex in Deeg.

Bharatpur Tourist Destination

Bird Sanctuary:

Home to more than 300 bird species including the indigenous as well as migratory birds. The tourists throng to see the special guests in the park. The Siberian Cranes that migrate from Siberia and Central Asia to spend their winters in Bird Sanctuary. Several other species of Cranes, Pelicans, Geese, Ducks, Eagles, Hawks, Warblers, Wheatears, Flycatchers, Buntings. Larks, Shanks, Stints, Wagtails and Pipits are the other migratory. Birds easily observed at the Bird Sanctuary.

Bharatpur Palace

In the middle of the Bharatpur National Park stands the Palace, a perfect amalgamation of Mughal and Rajput architecture. The beauty of this palace leaves you totally spellbound.

Bharatpur Government Museum

This historical center has in store the articles that hold the imperial past of Bharatpur. The Museum is situated in the midst of the Bird. Haven to make it similarly prevalent like the fledgling asylum.

Deeg Palace

Deeg Palace close Bharatpur is a monstrous fortification taking in its crease many charming royal residences and nurseries.

Lohagarh Fort

The Lohagarh Fort remaining in the midst of the National Park has endure the assaults of time since. The British Empire ventured into India. You can see all these vacation spots. What’s more, more when you travel to Rajasthan. Camel rides, desert safaris and investigating the posts and royal residences of Rajasthan.Are other occasion exercises that you can appreciate when you travel to Bharatpur in Rajasthan India.

Shopping in Bharatpur

Apart from its famous Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary. Also offers a great shopping experience to its visitors. You can find everything Rajasthan is famous for in the markets. Though the markets are not as huge as those in other cities in Rajasthan.

Shopping in Bharatpur can be a nice experience altogether. Some of the best places to shop in Bharatpur are Mathura Gate, Chaurburja Bazaar, Laxmi Mandir and Ganga Mandir. Deeg, which is 32 km away from Bharatpur, is an interesting town that offers a great shopping experience.

How to Reach Bharatpur

Road

A very good network of roads connects. Some major cities like Jaipur, Alwar, Agra and Delhi. Frequent buses and private taxis make quite accessible to tourists.

Rail:

 As Bharatpur lies on the important Delhi-Mumbai line; it is well connecte to some of the most important cities in India like Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur.

Air: 

Agra, at a distance of 56 km is the nearest airport from Bharatpur. The airport has frequent flights coming in from Delhi, Mumbai, Varanasi, Khajuraho and Lucknow.

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