Also known as an “Eastern gate of Rajasthan”, the city is sited in the Braj region of State of Rajasthan enriched with culture, love, myths, narratives. Not just known with the name Braj; it is also famous as Lohagarh and a section of golden tourism triangle of Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra. The city is home of Keoladeo National Park where 370 species of animals and birds can be explored. Such an incredible place to visit as the National Park was recognized in the list of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in 1985.
Bharatpur National Park
A wonderful site for the bird watching and seems as heaven enriched with dry grasslands, woodlands, woodland swamps, and wetlands. Grasslands are not the only charm of the park, one can explore the diverse species and habitats to 366 bird species, 379 floral species, 50 species of fish, 13 snake’s species, 5 lizard’s species, 7 amphibian species and turtle species and various species of invertebrates.
Sited at Bharatpur in Rajasthan, its name denotes the truth that lived steadily and battled the attacks of military forces and Bharatpur Jat rulers. A wonderful landmark that captivates the interest of various tourists all over the year.
The architecture of the fort grabs the attractions of a number of visitors where beautiful carvings, paintings, and other frills can be observed.
Banke Bihari Temple
The temple is devoted to Lord Krishna and positioned close to the RADHAVALLABH JI Temple; the temple stands among the 7 temples of Thakur of Vrindavan. There is an image of Bihariji is fitted in the temple and you’ll the observe that sewa is exceptional here.
Stands among the beautifully carved temples of Bharatpur, Ganga Mandir is one such masterpiece and its beautiful architecture is a treat to the eyes. The temple is devoted to Goddess Ganga and a perfect mix of Rajputana, Mughal and South Indian architecture.
City Shopping – shop beautifully carved jewelry of precious and semi-precious stones
Chaurburja Bazaar – buy clothes, shoes, antiques and marble cravings
Main market Roopwas Madhuram Sweets – taste the delicious and amazing sweets
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Kalbelia Dance Festival
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October to March is the best time to visit Bharatpur as the weather remains comfy.
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