Deeg

Coordinates: 27° 28′ 20″ N, 77° 19′ 25″ E

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Deeg Palace, built in 1772, is situated near Bharatpur in Rajasthan. Deeg was the first capital of the newly carved out Jat State of Bharatpur, when Badan Singh was proclaimed its ruler in 1722. In 1730, the Maharaja Suraj Mal erected… [Read more]

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Deeg Palace, built in 1772, is situated near Bharatpur in Rajasthan. Deeg was the first capital of the newly carved out Jat State of Bharatpur, when Badan Singh was proclaimed its ruler in 1722. In 1730, the Maharaja Suraj Mal erected the strong fortress of Deeg. After Suraj Mal moved the capital to Bharatpur, Deeg became the second capital of the rulers of Bharatpur princely state (See also the cenotaphs of the members of the royal family of Bharatpur in Kusum Sarovar).

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Kusum Sarovar (1)
Kusum Sarovar (1)

Kusum Sarovar

Coordinates: 27° 30′ 44″ N, 77° 28′ 40″ E

Kusum Sarovar, close to Govardhan, is crowned by the cenotaphs of the members of the royal family of Bharatpur, a significant architectural group erected in honour of Suraj Mal (See also the summer palace of the members of the royal… [Read more]

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