About Bharatpur, Nepal

About Bharatpur

Bharatpur (Nepali: भरतपुर) is a city in the central-southern part of Nepal. Located in Chitwan District, Bharatpur is the district headquarter of the Chitwan District, as well as a separate Metropolitan authority, and is the fifth largest city of Nepal,

Most of the shopping area lies in the district of Narayangadh, while government offices, big hospitals and colleges are situated in other parts of the city, including Nepal’s premier cancer hospital, B.P Koirala Memorial Cancer Hospital. Bharatpur Airport is in the central part of the city connecting to Kathmandu. Four domestic airlines and one government airline make 7 to 11 flights a day. Mahendra Highway connects the city to various parts of the country and another highway connects Bharatpur with Kathmandu to the north east and with Birgunj (Birganj) on the border of India to the south. Bus, Micro bus and other land transportation are available to go out of the city, for internal transportation city bus, city micro bus, taxi, rickshaw and car/jeep hiring is available.

Attractions

Bishazari Tal

Bishazari (20 Thousand Lakes) is in the southern corner of Bharatpur. The lake is very attractive for bird lovers and serves as an important bird watching centre. The lake area houses lots of crocodiles and thus is equally attractive for reptile lovers. The lake lies near Chitwan National Park. Bishazari Tal lies just 5 km south of the city centre (Chaubiskothi) of Bharatpur. Pandeyghumti is the nearest chok (square) to get to the lake easily. It is in the distance of 1 km from the chok.



Chitwan National Park

Nearby Chitwan National Park is home to one horn rhinos, elephants, royal Bengal tigers, crocodiles, deers and many other wild animals. It is the third largest tourist destination in Nepal after Kathmandu and Pokhara. Hotels of Bharatpur, Nepal and around Bharatpur . It has also been listed in the world heritage list since 2041 B.S.





Narayani River

The Narayani River flows north to south in the west of Bharatpur. It is the deepest and also one of the biggest rivers of Nepal. The Narayani Bridge over the river connects Chitwan District with Nawalparasi District of Nepal. Small islands, like Nagarban in Narayani river are popular picnic spots.







Rapti River

Rapti River flows east to south west in the south of Bharatpur and makes the northern border of the Chitwan National Park.in the rapti river we found gharial corcodile there and the biggest fish.





Famous religious and cultural landmarks of Bharatpur

Devghat

Devghat is one of the most holy places for Hindus and is located in ward no. 1, on the banks of Narayani and Kali river junction. Various caves and temples of Hindu God and Goddesses are located here. Devghat also holds a very beautiful natural attraction because of the two main and holy rivers. It is just 7 km from the city centre of Bharatpur.






Maula Kalika
Maula Kalika is a famous Hindu temple of Goddess Kalika in Gaindakot town of Nawalparasi district in Lumbini zone of Nepal. Maula Kalika is a very famous and growing tourist destination located in Gaindakot Municipality of Nepal.











Shashwat Dham
It aims to be an activity center for Spiritual upliftment, Mental tranquility and Physical well being for masses globally, through Knowledge(Jnana), Devotion(Bhakti), Action(Karma), and Yogic Practices(Raja) with aid of Ayurveda, Astrology and Vedic Rituals.