Ranthambore National Park

Breaking News: Tiger Cubs Spotted Once Again at Ranthambore Park

Posted on Fri, 06 Jun 2014 08:14:19 by Tanmay Sharma

What more can pull in wildlife enthusiasts to Ranthambore National Park even during the surging heat of summer? Well, it seems that nowadays the big cats are ready to bask in daylight and entrap the eyes of travellers. Ah! The lucky few ones who wheeled to Zone 7 and sighted T – 8, a.k.a. Ladli, with 2 cubs during the afternoon safari in Ranthambore National Park last evening MUST NOW BE in fever pitch. Few days back at Zone 2 couple of tiger cubs born to Mala aka Noor (T – 39) were also spotted. Mala, the spouse of the most commonly sighted tiger Ustad (T-24), is also the proud mother of the young and famous Tiger Sultan (T-72). According to reports, Ranthambore National Park is now a home to 61 tigers. Guys! Just 3 weeks left before Ranthambore National Park closes down for the monsoon… hence hurry up, pack your camera and head out for a wildlife safari. Who knows you may be the next Lucky One!

Tigress T-8 with three cubs


About Tanmay Sharma

From the beautiful state of Uttarakhand, Tanmay Sharma is a wildlife enthusiast. Tanmay takes great delight in exploring national parks and wildlife sanctuaries all across India. His fervour for the wild has taken him on many adventures in Northern India; he further aims at making it large by promoting conservation of the forests and wildlife. Besides travelling and exploring, Tanmay takes time off to write blogs and articles on travel and natural world. He also enjoys photography to core and indeed have a fine collection of the same.