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Bharatpur is known for the Keoladeo National Park, a World Heritage Site and one of the best bird sanctuaries in India. It is also famous for its palaces, lakes and temples. The city was founded by Bharata Singh who settled here with his seven brothers after they had left Hastinapur at the time of Mahabharata war. Bharatpur: History The city was earlier called Jatsar or Jaitaran (Jitra). In 1727 CE Maratha ruler Sardar Ranoji Scindia conquered Bharatpur State from Jaswant Singh's grandson Surajmal Jat (1724–1752), son of Brij Raj Deo Chauhan Ruler Of Bharthipur state . After this it came under control of Marathas till 1803 when it became part of British Empire after Treaty Of Bassein signed between Lord Wellesley & Mughal Emperor Shah Alam II on 29 March 1802 .