India Tourist Attractions

Jim Corbett

Bharatpur Tourism

Bharatpur is renowned for aviary sanctuary. Migrating birds, water birds are viewed here during the season. Near the water bodies are seen herds of deer, Nilgai and boars. It is a city within the state of Rajasthan close to Thar Desert. The history of the place dates back to the 11th century. It was at that time called Lohagarh. The land is elevated to about 183 meters. The natural allurement is of vegetation and living creatures. The climate is warm here. It has intense summers but no chilling winters. Cotton dress is best adorned by tourists. Rainfall is moderate.

There are several places to be seen in the place by visiting tourists. There is Lohagarh fort, museum, the palace, Keoladeo Ghana national park or thick forest Bharatpur bird sanctuary, Laxmi temple, Ganga Mandir, St Luke’s church, Jama Masjid and Gurudwara.

The place has several big and small restaurants serving continental food, American food, Indian food, and international food. Among the local cuisines is Pakodi, Dal baati churma, Khud Khargosh, filled lady’s finger and sweet Malpus.

The market of the city is the one established in olden days selling the daily need items. Some shops the ethnic Rajasthani things which are purchased by the tourists as souvenirs for friends and family.

The closest airport is at Agra. It is linked to all the big cities of India. Through Delhi Mumbai railway line the city gets its connectivity to other parts of India. The road network is good and regular bus, car, taxi service brings tourists to the place for a holiday.