hotel is named after the bird Indian Sarus a
beautiful bird to be seen in the Keoladeo National
Park. The Hotel is situated on the main road
leading to Agra and around 3 km from Railway/
Bus Station. Ideal place for group and family
stay. It offers 10 AC rooms and 18 Non AC rooms
with modern amenities. Restaurant serves variety
of cuisine and well stocked bar offers drinks
including scotch, wine and beer. Camping facility
also available for caravan travelers. Hotel
provide traveler an experience of Rajasthan
with safety and security.
Airport: 55 kms Agra is the nearest airport.
Bus Stand: A network of bus services
links Bharatpur with several cities within and
outside the State. 3 Kms (Local)
Railway Station: Walking distance. Regular
rail services connect Bharatpur with several
cities on Delhi-Mumbai trunk route, Jaipur and
Agra.5 Kms (Local)
Air Conditioned Rooms with attached Toilets
with running Hot & Cold Water Telephone
& Colour Television facility available in
Restaurant of hotel offers Rajasthani, Indian
and Continental cuisine.
Serving Indian, Rajasthani liquor & wine.
Valid up to 31st March 2014 (on EP Plan )
Season Tariff - Apr to Sept
Tariff - Oct. to March
: Applicable Taxes extra as per Govt.
order at the time of Check out.
EP = Room Rent
Schoraha, Agra Road, Bharatpur
Contact Person: Sh. P. K. Singh
Mobile: +91 94145 83445
history of Bharatpur dates back to the epic
age, when the Matsya Kingdom flourished here
in the 5th century BC The matsya were allies
of the Pandavas in the Mahabharata war. According
to tradition the name of Bharatpur is traced
to Bharat, the brother of lord Rama of Ayodhya
whose other brother Laxman was given the high
place of family deity of the ruling family of
Bharatpur. His name also appears in the state
seals and coat-of-arms.
Bharatpur is also called the Eastern gateway
of Rajasthan. Maharaja Suraj Mal. Apart from
being a brave General was also a great builder.
He built numerous forts and palaces across the
kingdom including the Pleasure Palace complex
at Deeg. Bharatpur is today known the world
over for its Keoladeo Ghana National Park.
Places to visit in
Massive iron structure built in the early 18th
century with its impregnable defences it sustained
itself even after a number of British attacks.
The fort has three palaces within its precincts
– Kishori Mahal, Mahal Khas and Kothi Khas.
Government Museum: A rich collection
of artifacts, exquisitely carved sculptures
and ancient inscriptions can be admired in the
Jawahar Burj and Fateh Burj: A few of
the eight imposing towers still stand erect
within the glorious ramparts of the fort. These
two are of special interest. Built by Maharaja
Suraj Mal to commemorate his victories over
the Mughals and British respectively.
The Palace: The royal edifice is a fusion
of the Mughal and Rajput architectural styles
with magnificent apartments and intricately
designed floor tiles having interesting patterns.
Keoldadeo National park: Once the royal
hunting preserve of the princes of Bharatpur,
it is one of the finest bird sanctuaries in
the word inuadated with over 400 species of
water birds. Exotic migratory birds from Afghanistan,
Central Asia, Tibet as well as Siberian cranes
from the Arctic, greyleg geese from Siberia
and barheaded geese from China come here in
July/Aug to spend the winters in the warmer
climate and they breed till Oct/Nov.
(32 km) Once the summer resot of the rulers
of Bharatpur, it serveds the second capital
of the region. This interesting town is strewn
with massive fortifications, stunningly beautiful
gardens, magnificent palaces and a colourful
Brij Bhumi: close to Bharatpur are Mathura,
Vrindawan and Goverdhan where every year thousands
of devotees visit. 45 km away is famous Taj
Mahal at Agra and before that lies Fatehpur
Sikri (15 km)