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Peharsar
Peharsar MapPeharsar near Bharatpur (& the Keoladeo Ghana NP) in Rajasthan is home to the Chandra Mahal Haveli, a heritage property built by nobles of Emperor Akbar in 1699, who conquered Peharsar in all of hours, (a pehar), from where the village of Peharsar gets its name.

The village of Peharsar is itself comparatively unremarkable, a poor village whose mainstay it would appear is the haveli. However, a stay here offers the chance to see another side of Indian village life. Whilst some locations may state they are a ‘village’, Peharsar is a actual village, tiny in all respects with a tiny village store or and a tiny local school.

Peharsar makes a great based for exploration of Keoladeo Ghana National Park & also Fatehpur Sikri. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Keoladeo Ghana is rated as of the finest bird reserves in the world, with its 29 sq.km of swamps & lakes constituting of the most important breeding & migratory areas in the world, where from October - March the some 200 and local species are joined by an additional 130 species from as far afield as the Russian Steppes & Central Asia.
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