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Category / Facilities
  HERITAGE
Group
  Private
Rooms
  8 Rooms 4 Suites
Tariff Range
  INR 2,750 to 5,060  USD 70 to 120
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    Mahal Khas Palace Bharatpur 

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  12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Child Policy
  Child Age Between 0 to 12 years
Pet Policy
  NO Pets are allowed



   Address and Location   




   Area
  Bharatpur  
   Locational Advantage
  Situated within the Lohagarh Fort  
   Nearest Airport
  Agra. Airport ( 54 Km's)  
   Nearest Railway Station
  Bharatpur (3 Km's)  



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Mahal Khas Palace situated within the Lohagarh Fort. You can reach Bharatpur by Air, Rail, or Road.
Air : Nearest airport Agra (54 km) from Bharatpur, Agra has daily flights for Delhi, Bombay,Varanasi (via khujraho) and Lucknow.
Rail : Bharatpur is on the main Delhi- Bombay line with regular connections to Mathura, Sawai Madhopur and Kota on the same route. It is also connected with Agra.
Road : Bharatpur is well connected by road with Agra, Mathura, Delhi, and Jaipur. Regular bus services operate for all major cities. Bharatpur is accessible by road from Agra (55 km), Fatehpur Sikri (22 km) ,Jaipur (185 km.), Mathura (39 km.), Delhi (184km.), Alwar (117 km.)




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Mahal Khas Palace Bharatpur

Bharatpur – The "Eastern Gateway to Rajasthan" and Lohagarh Fort built in 1733 A.D. by Maharaja Suraj Mal. The Lohagarh Fort, or Iron Fort, has lived up to its name and reputation. It was made impregnable by huge walls of mud and a moat. The fort is surrounded with moat which was previously filled with water to ward off the enemy attacks. Missiles aimed at the fort were absorbed by the mud walls, making it difficult for enemies to cross the moat. The British tried to siege the Lohagarh Fort on various occasions but were thwarted. It is very different from the other forts in the state, there is no flamboyance associated to fort but it generates an aura of strength and magnificence. The main entrance of this grand fort is the "Ashtadhatu Gate". Ashtadhatu means eight metals. This north facing imposing gateway with huge rounded bastions and paintings of war elephants carry a unique history. Originally it belonged to the Chittorgarh which was taken to Delhi by Alauddin Khilji. The victorious Jats tore it down from the walls of imperial Delhi during their attack in 1764 and brought it back with them to Bharatpur .Bharatpur was once an impregnable and well fortified city, carved out of the region formerly known as Mewat. The place was named as Bharatpur after the name of Bharat, The brother of Lord Rama. The interesting aspect of the Bharatpur history is the domination of Jats in the region since 17th century. SurajMal was the greatest ruler who made a formidable force and played a very important role in the Indian history during18th century. Maharaja Suraj Mal used all his power and wealth to a good cause, and built numerous forts and palaces in and across his kingdom. In 1753 he sacked Delhi, and in the following years successfully repelled the combined attack of the imperial forces aided by Holkar and Jaipur, and later on signally defeated Holkar at Kumher. His crowning achievement was the capture of Agra in 1761 A.D. (which the Jats held till 1774 A.D.) together with the sovereignty of Agra and Muttra Districts, most of the territory now called Alwar, Rohtak and parts of Gurgaon. Suraj Mal met his death in 1763 and was succeeded by his eldest son Jawahir Singh. Maharaja Jawahir Singh lived chiefly in the Agra palace, where he always preferred to sit on the black marble throne of Jahangir. During the British Empire, the state covered an area of 5,123 sq. km. Its rulers enjoyed a salute of 17 guns. The state acceded unto the domination of India 1947A.D.


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