Bharatpur Site Seeing

“There are lots of beautiful places in and around Bharatpur. The attractions in & around Bharatpur reflect the cultural heritage and richness of Bharatpur. These attractions are a pleasant treat for the eyes of those innumerable visitors who come from every corner of the world.”

Lohagarh Fort :

 Maharaja Balwant Singh

The Lohagarh Fort in Bharatpur was built by the Jat monarchs of Bharatpur. In line with the name, this fort stood sturdily facing countless British invasions and annoyed them as they could not conquer this brawny fort at all. The meaning of the word ‘Lohagarh’ is “fortification of iron” and the fort was according to what the name advocate- practically indisputable!! The Lohagarh Fort in Bharatpur is secluded by profound moats on every side.


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Local Market with ancient Temples :

Ganga Ji Temple

Local Market of Bharatpur still in its old world. It’s very near to Lohagarh Fort and one can go by feet. It has two temples and a Mosque in it. One in Ganga Temple and another is Laxman Ji Temple.

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Laxman Mandir

Laxman Temple, situated right in the heart of the city, is known to be one of the most prominent temples in Bharatpur. Almost 400 years old, this temple stands right in the middle of the main market area. It is said to have been established by Naaga Baba, a sage who worked for upliftment of the mankind. Displaying typical Rajasthan style of architecture, this beautiful temple is visited by a large number of devotees every year.

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Keoladeo National Park :

Siberian Crane Keoladeo National Park

Keoladeo National Park, also known as Keoladeo Ghana National Park, was created some 250 years ago by Maharaja Suraj Mal. Formerly the private duck shooting reserve of the Maharajas of Bharatpur, this site was established as a bird sanctuary on 13 March 1956 under the name of Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary.

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Deeg The ancient capital of Bharatpur Rulers :

Deeg  Fort

Deeg Fort (just 36 K.M. from Bharatpur), built by Maharaja Suraj Mal in 1730 AD, is situated in the Deeg town that served as the capital of Jat rulers in the 18th century. Square in layout, this central citadel stands over a slightly elevated point and is encircled by a shallow wide moat. The walls that run along 8 km in circumference are pierced by 10 gateways and studded with 72 bastions. A gateway protected with anti-elephant strikes serves as the entrance to the fort.

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Fatehpur Sikri :

Fatehpur Sikri

Sikri (just 21 K.M. from Bharatpur situated in Uttarpradesh), an extension of the upper Vindhyan ranges is situated on the bank of a large natural lake, which has now mostly dried up. It is a pre-historic site and, with abundant water, forest and raw material, it was ideal for primitive man’s habitation. Rock shelters with paintings exist on the periphery of the lake. Stone age tools have been found in this area.

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Taj Mahal :

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal (just 54 K.M. from Bharatpur situated in Agra, Uttarpradesh) An immense mausoleum of white marble, built in Agra between 1631 and 1648 by order of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favourite wife, the Taj Mahal is the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world's heritage.

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Mathura & Vrindavan :

Banke Bihari Ji Temple

Vrindavana and Mathura (just 36 K.M. from Bharatpur) are the most important places of pilgrimage for devotees of Krishna. Krishna was born in Mathura and spent His childhood in Vrindavan. There are over 5,000 temples in Vrindavan.
It has often been said that it is easier to count the number of dust particles on the surface of the earth than to count the number of holy places in Mathura. Each of the ghats, for instance, has its own Krishna story.

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