Bewildered Wildlife of Rajasthan in National Parks
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Bewildered Wildlife of Rajasthan in National Parks
Rajasthan, mesmeric state is situated on northwest side of Indian landscape. Largest state is covering 10.4% land which is 342,239 square kilometers area. One can see varied form of topographic region in vast panorama such as river basins, hills, Sam sand dunes, temples, plain area and wildlife. Place is called “Land of Kings” as it was ruled by Rajput kings and queens in bygone era. These rulers are well known for their brave and chivalrous deeds. Pride, heroism and romantic behavior are major features of a Rajput warrior. One can also see authentic culture, tradition, rituals and customs followed by native people and younger generations. Each and every place is holding its own charm and glory in very special way. Tourists can explore wildlife parks and sanctuaries available in Rajputana state. Rantahmbore National Park Wild area is one of the most famous and biggest national parks of northern zone located in Sawai Madhopur district. One can reach their easily as it is just 130 Km away from Jaipur. Earlier area was used by Maharajas for hunting. Thousands of people are attracted to see wild animals, birds and do safari. Basically this is a tiger reserve and one can see this endangered species roaming carefree all over. Macchali and Baccha are two tigers famous in park. Wild boar, sloth bear, hyena, chital, sambar, leopard and nilgai are major species seen in tiger reserve. Sariska National Park Nestled in Aravalli Ranges Park is covering 800 sq km area. Zone is divided into dry deciduous forests, rocky landscapes, grasslands and sheer cliffs. Dhok trees are covering 90% area of national park with several wild species such as sambhar, chaital, leopard, langur, maque, jungle cats and hyena. Tourists can find major population of Indian peafowl. Quail, harbours, sand grouse, golden backed woodpeckers and crested serpent eagles are other species found in tiger reserve. Large number of crocodiles is also seen on the side of Siliserh Lake. Keoladeo National Park Keoladeo Ghana National Park was earlier known as Bharatpur Bird Sancturay. Situated in Bharatpur district of Golden land (because of desert) this bird sanctuary hosts various species of birds especially in summers. 230 birds have made this sanctuary their home. Ornithologists come here in hibernating season for research and study. Sir Peter Scott referred this sanctuary as world’s best bird area. Adventurers can see various other sanctuaries such as Desert National Sanctuary, Jaisamand Sanctuary, Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary and Tap Chappar Sanctuary while undertaking Rajasthan Tours. http://www.rajasthantours-india.co.in/
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