Bharatpur was part of ancient mythology, and Bharatpur was the residence of Pandava in the 13th year of exile. In the 5th century BC, this area was part of the Kingdom of Matsuya. This place was governed by the Indo-Scythian community of the Shinshinwar clan, who came to India in 100 AD. Under his control, it is believed to have been a fully fortified city. Bharatpur was cut from Mewat and named after Sir Bharat (Sir Rama's brother). When Bharatpur was a princely state, it was the only political entity to carry the Chartreuse-colored flag.
World-famous for its bird sanctuary. It is home to more than 364 migratory birds from Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, China and Siberia.
The total area of this area is 5066km2.
The Bharatpur has a total of 13 subdistricts.
There are about 376 villages in the Bharatpur district.
There is only one city in the Bharatpur district.
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