Travel Bharatpur

Bharatpur, also known as Lohagarh, is a beautiful city of Indian state Rajasthan. This is regarded as Eastern Gateway to the state.  Bharatpur is mainly renowned for its stunning Keoladeo National Park which is named as one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites in India. This well-fortified and impregnable city was founded back in 1733 by Maharaja Suraj Mal. The trio of Deeg, Dholpur, and Bharatpur has outstanding contribution in the Rajasthan’s history.
City Bharatpur is bound on the east by Agra and Mathura of Uttar Pradesh, on the south by Karauli and Dholpur, on the north by Gurgaon and on the west by Alwar. Jaipur is on its southern west corner. As per a popular saying, the name “Bharatpur” come from the word “Bharat”, the name of the brother of king Rama. The city was under Jats during the 17th century.
Beautiful Bharatpur (Image Reference)
If you are a bird lover and always enjoy visiting areas where plenty of birds of different species  are available, the Keoladeo National Park which is also known as Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary is a must visit place for you. The park is mostly known for the arrival of rare Siberian Crane birds during the February.
Although Bharatpur is mostly known for its Keoladeo National Park, it has lot other tourist attractions including Lohagarh Fort, Bharatpur Palace, Bharatpur Excursions, Banke Bihari Temple, Govt. museum, Islam khan Tomb, St. Luke's Church, Ganga Temple, Jama Masjid,   Laxmi Temple etc, thus, it is regarded as one of the popular tourists destinations in Rajasthan. Actually it is a very small but historically and naturally enriched city of Rajasthan as compared to other cities.
Bharatpur doesn’t have any international airport. The nearest airport from Bharatpur is Agra International Airport. Bharatpur is well connected with Agra, Mathura, Jaipur and Delhi by rail and bus transport services.
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