Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park Blog

Celebrated as one of the largest Tiger Reserves in India, Ranthambore National Park is situated in the heart of Rajasthan. Approximately at a distance of 14kms from Sawai Madhopur, Ranthambore sprawls in a majestic 392 square kms of the area. The park is neatly laid at the junction of the Aravalis and the Vindhayan Range, which generously nurture the area with diverse topography and wildlife. Dry deciduous forest, open grassy lands and several lakes and rivers, make Ranthambore picturesque along with adventurous.

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Meet the New Superstar Tigress of Ranthambore – Arrowhead aka Machli Junior

Photo: Parav Sharma Millions of people were in tears when they got to know that India's most famous tigress, Machli, was no more. The longest surviving tigress in the history of the Ranthambore National Park, Machali has always been known for her ...

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10 Reasons to Visit Ranthambore Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan

Tiger Sighting in India is a common activity with tourists from around the world. Year round wildlife lovers hop from one wildlife reserve to another to get the glimpse of the majestic and ferocious tigers. Ranthambore National Park is one such natio...

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Center Turned Down Rajasthan Government’s Plan to Translocate Male Tiger

Wildlife Institute of India (WWI) has turned down the proposal of Rajasthan Government to translocate the sub-adult male tiger from Ranthambore Tiger Reserve to Sariska Tiger Reserve. According to Dr. B V Mathur (director of WII), the need of the hou...

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Queen of Ranthambore, Tigress Machhli Dies at the Age of 19

Also known as T-16, Machhli breathed her last on August 18 at the age of 19 years. The sad news came from Ranthambore National Park, where this legendary tigress is also called ‘Queen’ was found dead near a densely forested patch close to a l...

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Artistic Makeover of Sawai Madhopur Railway Station Earned National Tourism Award

Sawai Madhopur Railway Station, which is renowned as the getaway to Ranthambore National Park, has recently won a National Tourism Award 2014-15 for the ‘best tourist-friendly railway station’. West Central Railway General Manager, Ramesh Cha...

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In Pictures: Showcasing India’s Endangered Species

To showcase the India's rich biodiversity to the world, Dhritiman Mukherjee (wildlife photographer), and Asad Rahman (renowned ornithologist) has penned down a book called "Magical Biodiversity of India." It is usually seen that tigers and elephant...

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No Safari in Monsoon Season in Ranthambore National Park: Orders NTCA

National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) orders for ceasing jungle safari in all the zones of Ranthambore National Park in the monsoon season. Although the park has already restricted safaris in most of its part but zones 6,7,8,9 and 10 were st...

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74 Tiger Deaths in India in First Half of 2016: Is Poaching the Only Reason?

With a recent demise of Tiger, T-11 the death toll of tigers in India have reached to 74 in total. The most unfortunate fact is that the data provided is of only the six months of the year 2016, which is definitely a matter of great concern. Where ...

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Eleven-Year-Old Tigress (T-11) Found Dead in Ranthambore

Tigress T-11 found dead in Rajasthan's Ranthambore National Park..... There is sad news for the supporters of wildlife as on Saturday (25th June 2016) in wee hours, an 11-year-old tigress, also known as T 11, was found dead in the Ranthambore ...

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World’s Most Photographed Tigress, Machli Turns 20

It was the monsoon of 1997, a young tiger was spotted in the verdant forest of Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan. Named after a prominent fish sign on the left of her face, Machli in the preceeding years became the reigning tigress of Ranthambo...

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