In this episode we take you to the beautiful Deeg Palace known for its architecture and also for the two thousand fountains installed throughout 🙂
We took another trip to the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary .. this time early in the morning .. and were amazed to see a totally new face of the place! So many birds, the early morning mist, ponds and lakes and so much more! Join in to experience the Keoladeo National Park in it’s full glory 🙂 Happy Exploring!
In the second episode.. we bring to you the Evening Safari experience from the famous Bird Sanctuary of Bharatpur 🙂 Bicycles, Birds, Ponds, Animals, Jungle fun 🙂 Let’s relive our childhood amidst the awesome Natural Heritage of Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur 🙂
Starting our new web series of heritage explorations at Bharatpur and Deeg .. here’s the first episode featuring the Government Museum (Bharatpur) which houses some of the gems from the rich cultural heritage and history of this area. Hope you’ll enjoy this voyage 🙂 Watch out for the mesmerizing Hamaams (Bathrooms) from the medieval era 😉
A quick break at Shiva Truck Dhaba and glimpses from our explorations at Bharatpur (Bird Sanctuary and museum) and Deegh (Fort) 🙂
#EarthDay special 🙂 Join us on our NATURAL HERITAGE video tours as we explore the various aspects of mother #Earth in our neighborhood 🙂
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After the awesome visit to Ranthambhore Fort and the Tiger reserve we headed towards the nearby villages outside the Fort complex – Khiljipur and Sherpur. We explored some lesser known ruins and old structures like gateways, step wells, medieval places of worship etc here. Also, we met the locals there who welcomed us with warmth and befriended so many children there who followed us throughout the walk 🙂 Despite the poverty and lack of basic amenities the local seemed to be really loving and caring…and the kids also happily gave us tangy dried raw-mangoes to relish 🙂 After the village visit we also went to a nearby graveyard complex of sorts that seemed to be the royal graveyard since medieval times. There have been some restoration work done there but most of the structures are yet to be identified in terms if exact dates and people associated with them. Hope you’ll like this voyage 🙂 Happy Exploring!