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Delhi - Bharatpur 2N/3D

Weekend Getaways

Bharatpur, a city in the state of Rajasthan, is most famous for the Keoladeo National Park ( A UNESCO's World Heritage Site) which is a bird sanctuary and the Lohagarh Fort, due to which it gets a lot of international tourists. The fort is also home to the Government Museum. Some well-known temples in and around Bharatpur are the Ganga Mandir and the Laxman Mandir. The main source of income for the people of Bharatpur is agriculture and farming. Stone quarrying is also a key source of livelihood for the local population.Founded by Maharaja Suraj Mal in 1733, Bharatpur was once the capital of Jat Kingdom ruled by Sinsinwar Maharajas. 

 

Legend says that this land of Jats has its own significance and tells heroic tales of braveries against the attacks by Mughals and the British. The region is quite famous for its forts and palaces, which exhibit a seamless blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture. The region is quite famous for the Keoladeo Ghana National Park, which hosts a wide variety of avian population.

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Itinerary

Day 1

  • We will start early Morning from Delhi for your journey to Bharatpur (223 Km/ 4 Hr ) Rest of the day is for your leisure.

Day 2

  • Founded by Maharaja Suraj Mal in 1733, Bharatpur was once the capital of Jat Kingdom ruled by Sinsinwar Maharajas.
  • The region is quite famous for its forts and palaces, which exhibit a seamless blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture.
  • Playing a host to thousands of exotic species of birds, the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is one of the finest in the world. This manmade sanctuary and wetland is located in the Bharatpur region of Rajasthan.
  • Lohagarh fort A true symbol of the chivalry and bravery of Bharatpur Jat rulers, the Lohagarh fort stands proudly as one of the strongest forts ever built in the Indian history. Protected by deep moats on all sides, the Lohagarh fort was built in the 18th century.
  • One of the most popular temples in Bharatpur, Banke Bihari temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna who is also called Banke Bihari by his devotees. Spread in a vast land area, this temple has an architecture that is inspired from the very popular Banke Bihari temple of Vrindavan. In the main hall, captivating idols of Lord Krishan and his companion Radha can be seen.
  • Evening is for your leisure.

Day 3

  • Time to drive back to Delhi.
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