Bharatpur Industrial Visit

Bharatpur industrial visit can be beneficial for those who wants to study agricultural products procurement, processing, packaging and distribution. Bharatpur district is known not only for agriculture production but also known for oil industries. Mustard seeds and other agriculture products come to the market through mandies established by Krishi Upaj Mandi Samiti. These Krishi Upaj Mandies are in Bharatpur, Nadbai, Weir, Deeg, Kaman, Bayana, Roopwas and Bhusawar.There are total 554 oil mils registered,Out of these mills 78 are big units having AGMARK and rest are small oil expeller units.

Bharatpur, founded by Maharaja Suraj Mal in 1733 and located in the Brij region, was once a well-planned and well-fortified city, and the capital of Jat kingdom ruled by Sinsinwar Maharajas Bharatpur. Today, it is famous for the Keoladeo National Park, which is named after the temple of Lord Shiva situated inside the park.

The Sanctuary was declared a National Park in the year 1982 and entered the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1985.

Once this was a shooting reserve of the royalty but is today perhaps the most spectacular water-bird sanctuary in India.

Sights to See

Wildlife: Bird-watching

Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary
Originally, this area was known as the best duck shooting resort during the British reign. Today, it is one of the most breath-taking water bird sanctuaries in India. The sanctuary is home to more than 300 species of birds and, in addition, a large number of migratory birds flock here in July/August on the marshes and low lying trees. The park offers exceptional scope for study, for those interested in the nesting and breeding of Indian water-birds.

Important Information
Entry Fee for Visitors: Indian Student: Rs. 10 Indians: Rs. 50 Foreigners: Rs. 400

  • Walking and cycling are the best ways to explore the park. A walk of around 2 km from the main gate will take you to the core area where two roads branch off in different directions – both ideal for bird watching.
  • The park remains open from sunrise to sunset throughout the year.
  • A cycle can be hired for Rs. 25 and 40 per day and a cycle rickshaw (2 seats) is available for Rs. 70 per hour.
  • A guide fee of Rs. 100 for an hour for up to 5 persons is charged. Video Camera fee: Rs. 400.
  • Three hours is a standard time you would need to cover the entire sanctuary. The best time to start the day is around 8 am.
  • Field guides and park maps are available at the Tourist Reception Centre.
  • To observe the flora of the park from close quarters, take a boat trip in the lake where most animals and birds come to quench their thirst. Boat ride charges: Rs. 40 per person/hour with a minimum charge of Rs. 100 per visit/ boat.


Lohagarh Fort or the Iron Fort
This beautiful fort faced British attack four times. It is different from other forts in the state in that there is no flamboyance associated to the fort. However, it generates an aura of strength and magnificence. Some interesting monuments inside the fort include the Kishori Mahal, Mahal Khas, Kothi Khas, Moti Mahal, and towers like Jawahar Burj and Fateh Burj. Bharatpur Palace: This palace is a fusion of Mughal and Rajput art and was built in different phases by different kings who ruled this city. This Palace has now become a museum displaying collections dating back to the second century AD.

Government Museum:
This Museum, located within the Lohagarh Fort, houses a rich collection of sculptures, inscriptions and exhibits of the art and culture of the region. The Museum is divided into five main sections: Archaeology; Armoury; Arts, Crafts & Industry; Children Gallery and Miscellaneous. Timings: 10 am to 4.30 pm (closed on Fridays and gazetted holidays).




  • Kisan Food Products
  • Agarwal Oil Industries
  • Goyal Oil Industries
  • Aditya Oil Industries
  • Kamla Oil Industries

And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries


Fatehpur Sikri (22 km)

Peharsar (22 km): Famous for its carpet looms. There is an old Haveli here, which was built in the 1850s to resemble the grand architecture of Fatehpur Sikri. Accommodation: Chandra Mahal Haveli (Heritage), Peharsar-Jaipur-Agra Road, Nadbai Tehsil, Dist. Bharatpur.

Deeg (34 km): The rulers of Bharatpur built their pleasure palace at Deeg and this 18th (1755 to 1763) century town gained fame as their summer resort. Deeg is renowned for its forts, palaces and beautiful Mughal gardens. The Fort built by Raja Suraj Mal is one of the finest architectural creations in the city The Deeg Fort stands on a higher level with massive walls and a moat. It has a couple of bastions, some locally cast guns and a haveli mostly in ruins. Entrance Fee for Deeg Palace: Indians: Rs. 5; Foreigners: Rs. 100

Bayana (36 km): This has a curious mixture of Hindu and Mohammedan relics. The main attractions in the town are the Bijaigarh Fort and an old Usha Temple

Mathura (37 km)

Agra (55 km)

How would you like to travel?

The nearest airport is at Agra (54 km), which is connected with Delhi. However, the most convenient airports are those at Jaipur and Delhi
Bharatpur on the Mumbai-Delhi sector of Western Railway and is well connected with other cities and towns. The Bharatpur railway station is 6 km away from the national park
Bharatpur is well connected by motorable roads with:
  • Agra 54 km
  • Alwar 120 km
  • Deeg 35 km
  • Delhi 182 km
  • Fatehpur Sikri 23 km
  • Jaipur 182 km
  • Mathura 36 km
  • Sariska 150 km
Motorised vehicles are permitted only up to Shanti Kutir (about 1.7 km inside the park), charges: cars Rs. 100, buses Rs. 200, motorcycles Rs. 20 per vehicle)

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