Bharatpur World’s most fascinating bird reserve
Bharatpur is one of the most popular destinations for bird watching in the world thanks to the Keoladeo Ghana National Park.
Bharatpur is one of the most popular destinations for bird watching in the world thanks to the Keoladeo Ghana National Park (KNP).
250 years ago, the then governor of the region, built an embankment that allowed the flooding of this land, transforming it into a swamp.
The dense jungle that surrounded the ancient temple of Shiva is renowned for migratory birds: ducks, geese, hunters, birds of prey, birds and others.
In winter, nature lovers and ornithologists visit the park to observe and study the beauty of the local wildlife represented by over 370 different species including the Siberian crane.
What to see in Bharatpur:
Keoladeo Ghana National Park
Every year, thousands of migratory water birds, such as sandpiper and green cranes, migrate to the park during the winter. It was created in the middle of the 18th century as a small reservoir located 5 kilometers southeast of Bharatpur. The construction of the Bund Ajan (dam) and the subsequent flooding of this natural depression have led to one of the most interesting and spectacular reserves in the world.
The Ghana National Park Keoladeo is considered one of the most bird-rich areas in the world.
With its name, the Lohagarh Fort has withstood many British attacks, but was eventually captured by Arthur Wellesley.
What makes it different from the other strong is its air of strength that radiates.
The fort is surrounded by a ditch that has been filled with water to prevent enemies from reaching the walls.
The most interesting monuments of the fort are Kothi Khas, Mahal Khas, Moti Mahal and Kishori Mahal.
Raja Suraj Mal built Jawahar Bhurj and Fateh Bhurj to commemorate victories over the Mughals and the English.
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