Bharatpur is a city in the focal southern piece of Nepal. It is the fourth biggest city of Nepal, after Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Lalitpur and is one of the four metro urban areas of Nepal. Bharatpur is one of the quickest developing urban areas of Nepal. It lies on the left bank of Narayani River and fills in as a business focal point of Chitwan locale and focal area of Nepal. It is situated in the focal point of Mahendra Highway and Kathmandu - Birganj street passageway. Notwithstanding great street get to, Bharatpur has normal day by day air administrations to Kathmandu and Pokhara.
The economy of Bharatpur was customarily in light of farming. Rural land was progressively changed over into the private and modern zones. Primary businesses of Bharatpur are little scale handling industries. Bishazari Tal is in the southern corner of Bharatpur. The lake fills in as a vital fowl watching focus and houses loads of crocodiles. The lake lies close Chitwan National Park. Bishazari Tal lies only 5 km south of the downtown area of Bharatpur. Nearby Chitwan National Park is home to one-horned rhinos, elephants, imperial Bengal tigers, crocodiles, deers, and numerous other wild creatures. It is the third biggest traveler goal in Nepal after Kathmandu and Pokhara.