It is impossible to predict where and at what time the true nature of nature will be introduced. Some people go to the dry forest and come back with despair and frustration while some bring the ultimate joy of nature with a handful.
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Some people are disappointed that no tiger was seen in the forest and some people enjoy every page of the book of nature with an open heart realizing that what they saw was just as important and I will soon pick such sincere people.
Whether it is a child or an old man, I laugh out loud at the sight of this peacock performing in the dry forest of Ranthambore National Park despite the unbearable heat. Anyone, whether disappointed or sad, forgets all sorrow for a moment and for a moment Forget yourself too. Dude, this is the magic in nature, without it, without money, without any expectation.
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Why is Ranthambore famous?
The forest in the Vindhyachal and Aravalli mountains of Rajasthan is known for its unique geography and historical buildings. The king of the forest, the tiger, is free here. People come to Ranthambore National Park to easily see the tiger and most of the time they never return to the villa mouth.
Here you can see the magnificent palaces and buildings of the political splendor of the past standing tall in the deepest forests, on a distant hill
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Ranthambore National Park, located at a distance of 13 km from Sawai Madhopur, is a wonderful forest spread over an area of about 400 sq km and spread over ten different zones. Here a variety of animals, birds of prey, crocodiles of crocodile species, migratory birds, etc. combine to create a captivating natural environment.
History and geography of Ranthambore
In the time of the kingdoms, this natural resource was owned by the Jaipur Royal Family and was then a favorite place of the kings and the British for hunting activity. After independence, Sawai Madhopur was developed as a Game Century by the Government of India after acquiring the property in 1955 and was declared a protected area as Ranthambore Tiger Reserve under Project Tiger in 1971 and declared a National Park in 1980. The National Park is divided into six main zones and four buffer zones.
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There are lakes and water sources built during the kingdom. So, tigers and other animals can be easily seen. Hunting lodges have been set up at various places in the forest and magnificent hunting lodges have also been set up. The same windmills that were once used to hunt tigers are now used to hunt tigers! There are lakes like Padam Lake, Malek Lake and Rajbagh, which are very convenient places for tigers to live.
Safari in Ranthambore
Nature has something for everyone. Today, in Prime Zone-3 of Ranthambore National Park, after waiting for about an hour for the tigers named ‘Riddhi’ and ‘Arrowhead’,
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the madam escaped. Every corner of the whole forest turned again but despair … Finally a gypsy was taken to Rajbagh lake to get out without taking a single photograph that maybe Riddhi would come and go there, but he didn’t come there either. Standing there waiting for another half hour again and suddenly nature introduced nature in different colors.
The hunting ground of Rajbagh Lake was being touched by the setting sun, a herd of herons on a tree standing in the middle of the lake came to rest after a day of flying and the beautiful color of the evening blossomed and the whole lake was covered with gold foil.