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Dholpur intro. In the eastern section of India's Rajasthan State is the small city of Dholpur. Midway between Agra and Gwalior, this town serves as a useful stopover during the trip, offering visitors lots of historic, cultural and natural attractions to choose from. Machkund Temple and Chopra Shiv Temple are two excellent examples of ancient pilgrimage sites with beautiful architecture. Shergarh Fort is another popular attraction that played a more contemporary role under the British Raj. Dholpur is a big enough tourist stop that its infrastructure is good for travellers. Expect a nice range of restaurants, shops and hotels in Dholpur to choose from. The town also makes a great base for exploring India's natural beauty. Ramsagar Sanctuary is home to thousands of species of birds and aquatic life that live around its massive lake. Check out rare Ganges river dolphins in the National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary or marvel at the sublime waterfall at Damoye, which is particularly impressive during the rainy season in summer (July to September).
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