District Collector

Shri Himanshu Gupta, IAS

10-04-2021 - Continue 

INTRODUCTION

Bharatpur- The 'Eastern Gateway to Rajasthan', was founded by Maharaja Suraj Mal in 1733 AD, it was once an impregnable well fortified city, carved out of the region formerly known as Mewat. Read More

HISTORY

The place was ruled by an Indo-Scythian tribal community of Sinsinwar clan, who came to India in 100 AD. Gohad city was built in 1505 AD and developed as a famous Jat state which was later ruled by the Marathas. Read more

Climatic Position

Bharatpur experiences quite variations in its seasons. It is quite hot in summers and very cold in winters. In the summer season (April to June), the maximum temperature escalates to as high as 49° C, making the heat quite unbearable. Read More

Dams and Rivers

There are only three main seasonal rivers in this District, namely Ban Ganga, Rooparel and Gambhir. Ban Ganga starts from Ramgarh Dam of Jaipur district , passes from Bharatpur and meets in river Gambhir near tehsil Bayana of District Bharatpur. Read More

News/Events/Tenders

  • Covid-19 Awareness Program

    Covid-19 Awareness Program

    राष्ट्रपिता महात्मा गांधी जी के जन्म दिवस 2 अक्टूबर से पूरे प्रदेश में 'कोरोना के विरूद्ध जन आन्दोलन'' चलाया जा रहा है। अपने आस-पास क्षेत्र के लोगों को मास्क पहनने, उचित दूरी रखने व भीड़ से बचने के नियमों की समझाईश कर इस जन आन्दोलन को सफल बनायें...

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  • Deeg Palace

    Deeg Palace

    Deeg was the capital of the Jat kings before they shifted to Bharatpur. Badan Singh, who came to the throne in 1721, built a palace here but due to its strategic location and proximity to Agra, Deeg had to face repeated attacks by invaders. It was then that his son...

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  • KEOLADEO NATIONAL PARK

    KEOLADEO NATIONAL PARK

    Keoladeo Ghana National Park is a man-made and man-managed wetland and one of the national parks of India. The reserve protects Bharatpur from frequent floods, provides grazing grounds for village cattle and earlier was primarily used as a waterfowl hunting ground. The 29 km2 (11 sq mi) reserve is locally...

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