As far as wildlife is concerned, the Indian peninsula is a continent in itself where the sheer diversity of the wildlife astounds you with more than 350 species of mammals and 1200 avifauna species in the country.
The people want to do only one thing in the cities during the summers – they want to get away from it. They want a cool getaway in India itself where they can have some respite from the scorching heat of the plains.
The Lohagarh Fort plays host to the palatial building of the Government Museum, Bharatpur. The museum building was once the administrative block of the Bharatpur rulers and was called the ‘Kachahari Kalan.’ Converted into a museum in 1944, the museum has exhibitions of sculptures that were found in the excavation of old villages like Mallah, Bareh, Bayana, and Noh. The timeline of these sculptures is between the 1st Century BC and the 19th Century BC. Also on display are the weapons and arms of the medieval period belonging to Jat rulers, zoological specimens, rare manuscripts etc.