Once it was an impregnable, well-planned and well-fortified city.
Though Bharatpur has dozens of beautiful sightseeing places, it is world-renowned for its Keoladeo National Park.
The best season or months to visit places in Bharatpur are February, March, October, November, December.
It is a famous bird sanctuary located in Rajasthan of India, it was formerly known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, in which thousands of rare and extinct species of birds are found.Birds of more than 200 species have made their home in India’s National Park, now it has become a major tourist spot and center where bird scientists come in the winter, This National Park is spread in about 29 sq. Km. It was declared as a sanctuary in 1956. In 1985 UNESCO was inducted into the World Heritage.
There are many such places in Rajasthan that attract tourists, one of them is the fort of Lohgarh situated in Bharatpur, it was built by Bharatpur ruler Maharaja Surajmal at the beginning of the 18th century. When he imagined such a fort, he was very strong and prepared in less money, at that time the prevalence of top and ammunition was high, so a special technique was used to build this fort.
A fort located about 35 kilometers from Bharatpur, which is situated on the edge of a canal, was built by the Jat Maharaja, it is situated at an altitude. The 8-kilometer long wall forms the boundary of this fort. It has 12 Bruj in its fort, in which Lakha Burj is the largest, situated in the north-western corner of the Fort.
The Government Museum situated inside Lohgarh fort is a major tourist attraction in Bharatpur. This museum exhibits the historical property of Bharatpur, which is a museum which was once the administrative section of the rulers of Bharatpur.
Built during the Mughal rule in Bharatpur, the Bankey Bihari temple in Bharatpur is a delightful temple inside the Lohagarh Fort. The spot is pleasant to look upon and perfect to revive yourself in.
Chawad Devi Temple is a lovely tourist attraction in Bharatpur because it stands as a token to the history, culture and traditions of the region. A visit to the peaceful temple allows visitors to relax and rejuvenate in the peace and serenity that pervades the air.
Intricately carved doors, embellished walls, grandiose arches, and imposing idols- all these make Laxman Mandir one of the best tourist attractions in Bharatpur. There is a wealth of history and culture inscribed within the halls of this temple. Built in order to pay tribute to the brotherly virtues of Laxman, brother of Lord Ram, the temple contains statues of Lord Laxman and his wife Urmila, as well as smaller statues of Hanuman, Shtrughan, Bharat and Ram.
Constructed in 1845, the Ganga Mandir is a popular tourist attraction in Bharatpur because of its unique history. The construction of the temple took almost 90 years, and the result is a beautiful and immaculate structure in the heart of the busy city.