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.

T-102 and T-99 of Ranthambore Under Surveillance Before the Translocation

Image Credit: https://bit.ly/2KOsMjg In an initiative to tackle the space crunch issue in Ranthambore National Park, the forest officials will be translocating the second batch of tigers to Mukundra Hills, which is likely to take place before July 1...

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Mukundra Hills Tiger Reserve to be a New Residence for Three New Tigers

Image Credit: Tiger (MT-1 or T-91) relocated to Mukundra in Apr 2018.(HT File) With bringing a long discussion to a halt, the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has finally given their consent on the transfer of three tigers - two female...

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A Tiger Family Spotted Chilling on a Hot Summer Day in Ranthambore

Photo Credit: https://bit.ly/2LWTPdq The decision of Patna based businessman, Ashok Chaudhary’s of visiting Ranthambore National Park in the blazing summertime seemed to have paid off well. He was lucky to have spotted an entire tiger family in ...

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Do’s and Don’ts of Staying Safe Around Wildlife

A wildlife safari is always as fun as it sounds. What could be more fascinating than capturing the glimpse of exotic species that too in their natural habitat? However, despite being so enthralling, sometimes, a wildlife tour can even lead to insan...

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A Four-Month Old Cub of T-83 Missing in Ranthambore

A tiger cub has gone missing in Ranthambore Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan. According to TOI, the missing cub was 4 months old and was born of T-83, Lightning. In a statement by Field Director, Ranthambore National Park, Y K Sahu said that there are no...

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Tiger Population on a Rise in Rajasthan

Amidst all the dismal news of tiger deaths in Rajasthan, the declaration of tiger population rise by the state’s Chief Wildlife Warden (CWLW) indeed brought some happy vibes. According to him, there has been an increase of total 28 tigers in Ra...

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Rajasthan Royals Celebrate their Victory in Style, Visit Ranthambore for Tiger Spotting

Following their win against Mumbai Indians at IPL, Rajasthan Royals visited Ranthambore National Park on April 25, 2018. This is not the first time that Royals celebrated their victory over the other team in style. Earlier, they celebrated their vi...

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Case Registered Against Unidentified Felons for Killing Two Cubs in Ranthambore Park

A case has been registered against unidentified people for allegedly killing two male cubs at the national park by the forest department. All the accused have been charged under the Wildlife Protection Act (WPA) 1972 even though the cause of death ...

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Male Tiger Kills Two Tiger Cubs in Ranthambore National Park

In the Awand ki Khard near Chambal of Sawai Mansingh Sanctuary (Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve), a male tiger is reported to have killed two litters of tigress T-79. According to the officials, the two litter, each one and half years old were residing wi...

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Tigress Lightning of Ranthambore National Park Abandons Her Litters

[ Image Source: Goverdhan Meena ] Tigress Lightning of Ranthambore National Park is reported to have abandoned her two and half years old litters near a farmhouse. As per the forest officials who had been keeping an eye on the movement of the ...

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