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.

Ranthambore Begins Tiger Translocation: Sends RT-91 to Mukundra

Ranthambore, that takes the third spot in the list of high tiger density reserves in India, is depopulating its area and sending off tigers, the first case of its kind. A conflict between the tigers for territory was one of the reasons that led to th...

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Ranthambore National Park Welcomes Two New Cubs to its Family

[ Image Source: Kishore Sabareeshan‎ ] One of the top tiger reserves of India, Ranthambore gets a reason to smile as tigress T-83 was spotted with two cubs in the wide expanse of the National Park. Where the month of March saw the death of t...

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Star Male and ST-11 Die in Two Separate Incidents in Ranthambhore and Sariska

In 48 hours, Ranthambhore and Sariska wildlife reserves lost one tiger each in separate heart-wrenching incidents. The popular 13-year old tiger, Star Male who lost his life after he strayed from Ranthambhore National Park to the nearby Shan Vill...

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Human – Wildlife Conflict in Concrete Jungle

Wildlife Conservation is a never-ending topic, so much that once the debate starts, it is rather difficult to make a satisfying conclusion. Leaving aside rest of the countries, there are many eyebrows raised in shock when a series of road acciden...

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20 Facts You Probably Didn’t Knew About Tigers

Tigers are often looked as being one of the most beautiful yet ferocious animals and perhaps this is a sole driving factor that makes them even more interesting creatures. But sadly, they have come to a verge of being categorized as endangered, t...

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A 60-Minute Documentary Set for Release on the Queen Tigress, Machli

Photo: Sandeep Kheria Photography Dubbed the most famous tiger in the world, Machli, is being given the much-deserved tribute in the form of a 60-minute documentary that captures her 9-years journey in the national park she called home, Rantha...

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Drones or Human: A Cry for Safeguarding the Wild

For years, humans have been climbing on elephants back and wandering inside the dense forest of wildlife sanctuaries checking on the animals. But today, things tend to take a simpler turn in saving our wildlife, thanks to the invention of drones....

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The Year 2017 for Ranthambore National Park

Be it for Machli, the most photographed tigress in the world or a man-eater tiger, Ustad, Ranthambhore has always been in news for one reason or the other. Like many years that have gone by, 2017 has also brought several good news making it event...

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Ranthambore’s Fiery T-13 Captured with a Cub on Camera

Photo: Representational Image Ranthambore National Park, which is the heart of Rajasthan was elated when the news of a baby tiger being spotted and captured on camera came up. What's more to the news is that the tiger cub was spotted with T 13...

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Remembering T-33, Another Star Living Up to the Legacy of Machali

In a territorial fight on Tuesday, Sep 20, T-33 aka Hamir lost his life after succumbing to severe injuries in his forefeet and neck. The adult tiger that was born to Husn Ara is said to have got into a brawl with another big cat in the Chiroli a...

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