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Geography and location of Ranthambore National Park

Near small town of Sawai Madhopur, A thick forest is home to variety of wildlife and Royal Bengal Tiger, This forest is known as Ranthambore National Park. Ranthambore National Park is tropical dry deciduous in nature and sprawls in more than 1334 square kilometer in undulating terrain of Aravali range and Vindhya range.

Banas River in the North and Chambal River in south are life line for wildlife of Ranthambore National Park. These two rivers also bounds its Northern and Southern boundaries. Other than these rivers there are three major lakes named Padam Talao, Malik Talao, Raj bagh, which are dotted along its length and breadth.

Ranthambore National Park Timeline

Before 1973 when excessive trophy hunting and poaching made a decline in tiger population in Indian forest that time Government of India came up with a project to curb poaching and revive tiger population in Indian forest. This project was named Project Tiger and Ranthambore National Park was honored as one of Nine national park to be protected as per its guidelines. A chronicle order of events clearly define development at present Ranthambore National Park.

  1. Before 1955 Forest at Ranthambore (forest around and near Ranthambore Fort) was a hunting preserve of Maharajas of Jaipur.
  2. In 1955 Government of India accredited this preserve as Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary to protect its wildlife.
  3. In 1972 Wildlife Protection Act was passed by cabinet and in a year it was enforced across all forest of India which became a foundation stone for conservation of wildlife in Indian forest.
  4. In 1973 "Sawai Madhopur Game Santuary" chosen as a protected area for Royal Bengal Tigers in the Project Tiger, a Pioneer Tiger Conservation initiative by Indian Government.
  5. In 1980 Sawai Madhopur Game Santuary declared as National Park and known as "Ranthambore National Park"
  6. In 1984 the adjoining forests of Ranthambore National Park were acknowledged as the Sawai Mansingh Sanctuary and Keladevi Sanctuary.
  7. In 1991 Sawai Mansingh and Kaladevi Sanctuaries also incorporated in Ranthambore National Park, Now total area of this National park is 1334 square kilometers.

Animals and Bird Life in Ranthambore National Park:

For centuries Tropical dry deciduous forest of Ranthambore National Park is natural habitat to many species of Mammals, Birds, Reptiles, Plants and butterflies. We can categories wildlife of Ranthambore National Park as below

  1. Around 40 species of mammals are found at Ranthambore National Park namely Tigers, Leopards, Sambhar deer, Chital, Jungle cats, Striped Hyenas, Sloth bears, Indian Wild Boar, Jackals, Black Bucks, Indian Foxes, Indian Mole Rats, Common Palm Civets, Rufoustailed Hare, Chinkara, Desert Cats, Hanuman Langur etc. Out of above mammals list Tiger at Ranthambore National park is most celebrated
  2. More than 320 species of birds which includes Migratory, Resident and Visitors are found at Ranthambore National Park. Grgrey francolin, jungle bush quail, painted spurfowl, rock bush quail, whistling duck, ruddy shelduck, cotton pygmy goose, mallard, red-crested pochard, tufted duck, eurasian wryneck, yellow-crowned woodpecker, black-rumped flameback, indian grey hornbill, common hoopoe, indian roller, white-throated kingfisher, green bee eater, grey bellied cuckoo, greater coucal, sirkeer malkoha, alpine swift, large-tailed nightjar, oriental turtle dove, rock pigeon are few species of birds.
  3. )40 Species of Reptiles are found in Ranthambore National Park. Snout marsh Crocodile or Mugger, Bengal monitor or common Indian monitor lizard, Indian Rock Python, Saw-scaled Viper, Indian Rat Snake, Indian bullfrog , skittering frog, Asian common toad, Tortoise, Banded krait, Cobra, Indian or common krait, Indian soft-shell turtle, Indian flap shell turtle and Russell's viper.
  4. 300 species of plants are found in Ranthambore National Park out of which Dhok is prevalent. More than 50 species of butterfly is also a important part of ecosystem of Ranthambore National Park.

Safari Zone of Ranthambore National Park

Forest department of Ranthambore National Park has divided Ranthambore National Park in 10 different zones. If one looks on map of Ranthambore National Park then they will realize that entry gates of Zone 1 to Zone 5 are close to each other while other five zones (from zone 6 to zone 10) have entry gates little far away.

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Other Tourist Places around Ranthambore National Park

  1. Ranthambore Fort and Ganesh temple
  2. Chambal River valley and crocodile spotting tours
  3. Ranthambore School of Arts

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How to Reach at Ranthambore National Park
Nerarest Railwat station: Sawi Madhopur and Jaipur
Nearest Airport: Jaipur International Airport
By Road: Ranthambore National Park is well connected by all cities

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