Bharatpur, Rajasthan

As the “Eastern Gate of Rajasthan,” Bharatpur is a historical city. The Sujan Ganga Canel surrounds the Lohagarh Fort, which was built in 1733 AD by Maharaja Suraj Mal. Banke Bihari Mandir, Kishori Mehal, and the Government Museum, which features artifacts from the local rajas, are all located inside the fort. Maharaja Suraj Mal established Bharatpur in the early 18th century by defeating the rival chieftain Khemkaran and capturing the Bharatpur fort. The intrepid Maharaja is credited with constructing the numerous forts and palaces that . The kingdom, including the Pleasure Palace Complex at Deeg, and was eager to expand the cities.

Keoladeo National Park

Lohagarh Fort

Ganga Mandir

Laxman Mandir

Deeg Palace


Keoladeo Ghana National Park (KNP), one of the most popular locations for bird watching in the world, is also located in Bharatpur. A marsh was created on this land 250 years ago thanks to embankments that the ruler of the time constructed to allow for flooding. This 29 square kilometer man-made wetland, named after the thick jungle that once encircled an ancient Shiva Temple, is well known for migratory birds like ducks, geese, waders, raptors, flycatchers, and more. Avid bird watchers and ornithologists swarm to the park during the winter to observe and study the feathered beauties. The Siberian crane was once housed in KNP, which has more than 370 species listed. It has been designated as a World Heritage Site.

It’s thought that Bharatpur has mythological significance. Around 3,500 years ago, the Pandavas are thought to have spent their thirteenth year of exile in this location. Numerous ancient specimens have been discovered by archaeologists and are currently on display in the Bharatpur museum.

Agra, 56 kilometers from Bharatpur, has the closest airport. Bharatpur is 184 km from Delhi. The major cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, and Agra are all connected to Bharatpur by regular rail services. About 5 km separate the park/bird sanctuary from the Bharatpur railway station.



Existing Clusters of Micro & Small Enterprises

S.No. Name  of Products No. of
Employments Places
1. Leather Jutte 140 Nos 450 Nos. Lalpur, Bhusavar, Bair,  Palkinagar.
2 Marble Carving 155 Nos 1250 Nos Raisa, Pahari, Kama, Jhulera, Sekare.
3 Churia/Bengals 40 Nos 200 Nos Nadbai
4 Mudda making 56 Nos 250 Nos Jeevat, Raipur, Indroli, Palot
5 Honey 40 Nos 100 Nos Bharatpur
6 Oil Mills 75 Nos 1500 Nos Bharatpur
7 Chindi Durri 50 Nos 150 Nos Kumher


Following are the brief description of different agencies for rendering assistance to the entrepreneurs.


Type of assistance  Name and address of agencies
1. Provisional Registration
Certificate ( EM-1) & Permanent Registration Certificate ( EM-II)

District Industries Centre, Bharatpur.

Phone: 05644-222422


Identification of Project Profiles, techno-economic and managerial consultancy services, market survey and economic survey reports.

M.S.M.E.-DI, Industrial Estate, 22 Godam, Jaipur – 302 006

Phone:0141-2212098, 2213099, 2215847.

Fax No. 0141-2210553


Land and Industrial shed

RIICO Ltd/, Bharatpur

Phone:- 05644-222881


Financial  Assistance

R.F.C., Bharatpur



 For raw materials under Govt.


RAJSICO.Ltd., Udyog Bhava, Tilak Marg,


Phone: 0141-2742372


Plant and machinery under hire / purchase basis.

NSIC Ltd., Nehru Place, Tonk Road, JAIPUR

Phone: 0141-2742372

7. Power/ Electricity JVVNL, Bharatpur