One of the lesser-known wildlife destinations in Rajasthan, Shergarh is situated around 65 km from Baran District. The sanctuary is known for its rich flora & fauna and amongst its major attractions are tigers, sloth bear, hyenas, deer species like chinkara (Indian gazelle), sambar, chital (spotted deer), and leopards. The place is also considered ideal for wildlife photography and nature photography.
The sanctuary is fringed by Shergarh Fort, an ancient fort that dates back to 790 AD. Every year pilgrims pay homage to this fort as it houses several. Jain and the Brahmanical temples. Another attraction in the area is Parban River that follows next to the fort and temples.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Shergarh Sanctuary?
Q. What are the popular Flora & Fauna in Shergarh Sanctuary?
Tigers, sloth bear, hyenas, deer species like chinkara (Indian gazelle), sambar, chital (spotted deer), and leopards.
Q. What is the best time to visit Shergarh Sanctuary?
The monsoon (July to September) and winter seasons (October to March) are the best to visit Shergarh Sanctuary. During these seasons, a lot of animals can be spotted.
Q. How to Reach Shergarh Sanctuary?
There are regular trains to Baran from various cities of India. From Baran, one can book a cab to reach Shergarh Sanctuary.