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I small, nice, well kept fort, if you are in Bharatpur to visit Bird sanctuary , then this should be in your itinerary, the roof top gives a good view of the city , the fort houses a small museum of archaeological items and collections...More
During our road trip from Jaipur to Agra we had stopped at Bharatpur and visited this fort complex. The fort is quite big and is surrounded by water and our car had to go over a narrow bridge to enter through the giant gate of...More
I love the fact that the Lohagarh fort was never invaded by Brits and Mughals. Not that they didn't try but because of the impregnable structure of the fort. unfortunately, none of its heritage is being preserved by the government. The small palaces inside the...More
This is one of the attractions in Bharatpur as listed on many sites, but when you reach there, you will find nothing. There used to be a big fort which is now delapidated. When you ask residents where is the fort, they will tell you...More
We were staying in bharatpur for the bird sanctuary. We decided to go and have a look at the fort and walked in.
The streets are dirty and smelly. The fort is not well maintained and the moat is filled with rubbish.
We had a...More