Bharatpur National Park, Amongst one of the fascinating bird parks on the planet, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary or Bharatpur National Park also called as Keoladeo Ghana National Park is a park that gives security to faunal species also. Keoladeo, the name takes from an old Hindu temple, which is given to Lord Shiva and remains at the focal location of the national park. “Ghana” implies dense, alluding to the dense woodlands, which used to meet the area.
Settling natural water-feathered beings and also transient water flying creatures and waterside feathered creatures, this haven is besides possessed by Chital, Nilgai, Sambar, and Boar. While a considerable part of India’s park has been conceived from the chasing state of royal India, Keoladeo, popularly known as Bharatpur Wildlife Sanctuary, is maybe the first circumstances where a maharaja has made the environment. In earlier times, Bharatpur city used to be flooded regularly all monsoon.
In 1760, an earthen dam (Ajan Dam) was finished, to save the town, from this yearly plan of nature. The pain made by the extraction of soil for the dam was cleared. And this set into the Bharatpur Lake. Though the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is accessible throughout the year, still, the most suitable time to hit Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is from August to November to observe the resident birds and from October to February to see the sight of immigrating birds.