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The Glory of Ranthambore National Park and History

By Rahul Ranjan Subscribe to RSS | December 9th 2011 | Views:

Ranthambore has a rich in history. This area was under the control of the Rajput King Hamir. But they were defeated by Ala-ud-din Khilji's. Ranthambore declare is one of the biggest park which is renovated by Rajasthan Government. The national park is suited in Sawai Madhopur which is a well know city of Rajasthan, which is just 130 kilometer from Jaipur. The history reached of highest dignity of tiger when king Akbar won this place. Firstly the former rulers of Jaipur felt the need to protection for this area. If we will look for this history then we will come to know, this place.

Ranthambore National park has rich history, everybody wants come here for visiting. It is famous for tiger hunting. Now there is restriction for hunting and we can say its former hunting ground of the maharaja of Jaipur. Ranthambore is also famous for its old Ganesha Temple. Hanuman-Langur monkeys are very much resided at this Ganesh Temple. At this particular temple the monkeys are encouraged to eat human food.

Today Ranthambhor National Park is major attraction of Rajasthan tourism or you can say its big wild life tourist attraction. Its generate a big tourist business in Rajasthan, foreigners are wants to visit this place once so its a source getting foreign currency. Local person gets business by this park and from foreigners also.

The attraction of Ranthambore National Park is very long Ranthambhore Fort is one among then. Its spread almost 6 to 7 kilometer area. It is believed the Ranthambore fort is the oldest forts built in India. Many Mugal emperor and Rajput king fought war for this fort. The Excellency of the best construction of the Ranthambore Fort can be seen in its enduring structures even today, every visitor be it outside of India or inside of India wants to enjoy visiting of this fort. Many temples suited in Ranthambore Fort, including a temple to Lord Ganesh and a temple to Lord Hanuman, but Ganesha Temple is most famous here.

This park’s spreading area of 1334 square feet. It’s a best place to view animal. Its suited between Aravali and Vidhyachal hill range, and this is most famous for tigers, which we can see here easily and everybody know it well that tiger is a nation animal of India, photographer used to enjoy this place as wild life photography. Ranthambore is favorite destination for wildlife photographers in India.

In the year of 1955 the Government of India established the national park as Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary and was declared as Project Tiger reserve in the year of 1973. Later the glorious sanctuary is declared as Ranthamnore National Park in 1980 and in 1984 adjacent forests was declared the Sawai Man Singh Sanctuary and Keladevi Sanctuary, which are in now park of the national park.

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