Ranthambore national Park
Ranthambore National Park established as “Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary” in 1955. Ranthambore is a famous wildlife sanctuary, the National Park is located in Sawai Madhopur district in Rajasthan. The Park spreaded in 515 sq mi. This Park bounded with “Banas River” and “Chambal River”. The National Park is named as “Ranthambore National Park” after the “Ranthambore Fort”, Which is situated inside this national park. This Park was declared as Tiger Reserve in 1973 and then It was declared as “National Park” on 1 November 1980.
Ranthambore National Park is very famous Tiger Reserve in India and now days the National Park is turned into the biggest wildlife tourist attraction in Rajasthan. This National Park is dry deciduous forest and open grassy ground which was very suitable for the Animals. There are various animals present in the Park, but the main attraction of Park is the “Royal Bengal Tiger”. This park is one of the 51 Tiger reserves in India.
Another attraction of Ranthambore National Park is “Ranthambore Fort” which is inside of this National Park. Inside the fort there is “Lord Ganesha” Temple, “Ram Lalla” Temple and “Lord Shiva” Temple, which is made with Red Karoli Stones. Also, there are many Digambar Jain temples of “Lord Sumatinath” and “Lord Sambhavanath”. Those temples were constructed in the 13th century. There are lakes in the Ranthambore National Park and Padam Talab is one of the largest lakes of this park.