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    Bharatpur is a city of Rajasthan. The city is also known as "Lohagarh" and the "Eastern Gateway to Rajasthan". The place is best known for the Keoladeo National Park here which is an outstanding bird refuge. There are also a few historical relics in the city. The main festival of this area is the Brij Festival prior to Holi.

    Bharatpur Government Museum: The museum houses a great collection of archaeological wealth such as sculptures from the excavation of old villages. The weapons used in battles in the medieval period by the Jat rulers, paintings, manuscripts, zoological specimens, local art and carft, etc are also displayed here.This was an ancient palace Kachahari kalan. It was converted into museum in 1944 AD. It is located in the heart of Lohargarh fort. There is an art gallery in the museum housing the specimens of miniature paintings on leaves of the peepal tree, mica and old lithopapers. The various types of guns & miniature canons used during 18th century A.D. called ‘Chaddra’ can also be seen here.

    Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary: The Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is also known as the Keoladeo National Park. The sanctuary is home to thousands of birds. The place is recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The park was declared a protected sanctuary in 1971. This is a wetland area. The Park’s 29 km area consists of wetlands, dry grass woods, woodlands and woodland swamps. The diverse fauna of this park includes over 230 species of birds, 50 species of fish, 7 species of amphibians, 13 species of snakes, 7 species of turtles, 5 species of lizards and other invertebrates. The place is also home to thousands of migrating waterfowls.

    Ganga Mandir: This was constructed by Maharaja Balwant Singh in 1845. It is believed that it took around 90 long years to build this temple. Ganga mandir is located in the centre of Bharatpur. The temple is dedicated to goddess Ganga Maharaj. There is also an idol of king Bhagiratha in the temple. The temple walls and pillars are covered with excellent carvings and is also known for its exquisite architecture.

    Lohagarh Fort: The fort popularly known as the Iron fort was built by Maharaja Suraj Mal. The fort is surrounded by lush green vegetation. There is a man-made island also. The fort has three beautiful palaces the Kishori Mahal, Kothi Khas and Mahal Khas. There are two towers within the courtyard namely the Fateh Burj and Jawahar Burj. The fort gate here once belonged to the Chittorgarh fort which was seized by Sultan Alauddin Khilji of Delhi and brought back here by the Jat army men from Delhi.

    The best time to visit Bharatpur is from august to November. The nearest railway station is Bharatpur and the nearest airport is Agra.

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