Bharatpur Tourist Places, Rajasthan, India

Panchganga Mandir

Ganga Temple, situated in the heart of Bharatpur city, is one of the most beautiful temples in the state of Rajasthan. The construction of this temple was commenced by Maharaja Balwant Singh in 1845, however, it took almost 90 years to complete it. After completion, an idol of deity Ganga was placed in the temple by Brijendra Singh, who was the fifth descendant of Balwant Singh. The temple thus came to be known as Ganga Temple.
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Keoladeo National Park

The Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary has rich vegetation and a variety of rare flora with tropical dry deciduous forest, intermixed with dry grassland. The north-east part of the park is covered with forests, consisting mainly of kalam or kadam, jamun and babul. The scrublands consist of ber and kair, while the open woodland is mostly babul with a small amount of kandi and ber. Migratory birds are the main draw to the park in the months of the winter season. Several birds form as far away as places such as siberia and Central Asia flock the beautiful park and spend the season in Bharatpur. Migratory birds here inculde several species of hawks, ducks, eagles, cranes, pelicans, wagtails, shanks, geese, warblers, buntings, flycatchers, stints, wheatears, larks and pipits. For maximizing your bird watching experience, opt for the routes near the swamps. During winters, the sheer variety of birds will surprise you with the birds ranging from waders from the godwit family to with over-sized bills.
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Lohagarh Fort

Lohagarh Fort which was constructed by Jat ruler Maharaja Suraj Mal in the 18th century, is one of the finest architectural monuments in Rajasthan. Thoush the fort is not associated with richess, it depicts an atmosphere of strength and glory as it once featured a highly creative defense system that protected it every time. It was in fact named as the Lohagarh Fort, or Iron Fort, due to its invinicibility at the time when British attempted to conquer it.
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Government Museum

Government Museum as it is generally referred to, Bikaner history is more neatly packaged under one roof. Here are large oils by the German artist Mueller, sculptures from the Gupta and Kushan periods (a Saraswati, in particular, is of sterling worth), remnants from pre-Harappan archaeological finds in Kalibangan as well as armour, coins, pottery and carpets of more recent vintage.
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