Off the beaten track in Rajasthan
They may not have the romance of Udaipur or Jaisalmer, but the towns of Deeg and Kaman in Bharatpur district possess every ingredient for a perfect tourist rendezvous. Realising the potential of the two towns of Braj region, chief minister Ashok Gehlot is planning to develop them as heritage towns by adding sheen to the dozens of nearby sites belonging to epic period, which are on the brink of extinction. Besides being an important destination in the Braj region, Deeg was the summer resort of the royal family of Bharatpur. Kaman is a very old town situated to the north of Bharatpur. It is considered to be a sacred town of Hindus. The remains of a temple/mosque consisting of 84 pillars, named ‘Chourasi Khamaba’ still exist here.
Labels: Deeg Kaman Bharatpur Rajasthan