A small city within the state of Rajasthan, Bharatpur is home to Keoladeo National Park- a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is recognized as tourist hotspot for a weekend gateway. Also, Keoladeo National Park is visited by migratory birds in winters, and many other rare species can be seen here during that time. Keoladeo also has an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva in the middle of the national park. A major tourist attraction in Bharatpur is the magnificent fort, which was primarily built to ward off the British. The fort stands tall to this day and given the role it played in keeping the British Empire away; it was also termed as 'Lohagarh.' Bharatpur has also been put on the tourist map due to its proximity to Delhi as well as the city being a part of the Golden Triangle of Tourism in North India i.e. Delhi-Jaipur-Agra.