Tiger At Ranthambore National Park
"The tree which moves some to tears of joy
is in the eyes of others only a green thing
that stands in the way.
To the eyes of the man of imagination,
nature is imagination itself."
-- William Blake (1757-1827)
Take famous wildlife tours of Rajasthan in India to embark on the adventure trail dictated by your heart, run on a topography that is as varied as your imagination. Pull the trigger and let your imagination fly as said by William Blake. Rajasthan is a land of sundry topography, The latitudinal variations eulogize the benevolent nature of Rajasthani forests to house a exotic variety of wild life in its darker pockets. The wildlife reserves were once the hunting grounds of the mighty maharajahs of Rajasthan. The Rajputs, particularly the princes, were passionate hunters and were greatly admired for their shooting prowess. Even children, as young as 10 years old, lugging heavy rifles would participate enthusiastically in hunts, and would return to the palace with a creature of some sort.
Pack your bags and put on your hunting boots and get ready for wildlife in Rajasthan. It's time
for some real adventure. Ringed by the Vindhyas and the Aravallis, amidst
vast arid tracts of the desert, lies one of the honored sanctuaries of
India, the Ranthambhor National Park, famous for its tigers. Believe it or
not, the reserve with its large locus of flora and fauna, fabricates a
jungle book every time it is visited by a traveler. The vicious animals,
though they hunt for their hors d'oeuvre, wholeheartedly maintain a
universal harmony of brotherhood amidst the green bushes; birds chirp,
monkeys jump and deers dart across the creepers, clearly bespeaking the
regalia of the jungle king. Take up widlife tours in Rajasthan to see the tigers of Ranthambhore that are so accustomed
to human presence that they are known to even hunt in broad daylight in
full view of gaping tourists!
Imagine a road which is sloping down ahead of you. If you shift your vehicle into neutral gear and let it roll, it soon comes to a halt and then starts rolling back in the direction it came from, an uphill incline! A mirage? Or a poet's fantasy? But fortunately it is real. Travel to wildlife sanctuaries and national parks of Rajasthan. Visit Sariska Tiger Reserve, park with its own historical significance, to experience the alchemy of nature. A marvel of ecological adaptation, Sariska offers a large habitat for a much larger array of wild entities. An ornithologist's paradise, the Keoladeo Ghana National Park or Bharatpur, as it is better known, is India's best water-bird sanctuary and offers unlimited opportunities to photographers, birdwatchers and painters alike. Sit on the high parchments beside the lake and see the fishing eagles fly down to the park, attracted by the heavy influx of water fowls or gaze at the Siberian Cranes, busy courting, mating and nesting amidst the craggy rocks and lush green bushes. The scenerio changes as one enters the Thar desert. The famous Desert National Park with its rugged rocks and sand dunes provides shelter to an altogether kind of wildlife in Rajasthan. Don't just get bothered about the scorching sun, keep your eyes open for the Spiny Tail Lizards and the Russel's Vipers, creeping around. The huge travellogue doesn't finish here, the later pages of the book speaks on other sanctuaries as well, like the one at Mount Abu, Kumbhalgarh, Chambal and Sitamata..
Wildlife Safari in Rajasthan
Take up a wildlife safari in Rajasthan, which is the ideal way that one can explore the interiors of the jungle. Hire an open sided jeep from either your hotel or from the local jeep operators. If you have ever been on jungle safari in Africa, you might think this is unduly risk but the tigers appears unconcerned by garrulous tourists toting cameras only meters away from where they are lying! Take a bird tour of Bharatpur, where you can even ride a bicycle along the green paths, while keeping an eye open for some long-tailed drongos or Demoiselle cranes, parching on trees. The most enthralling experience of jungle life, however, comes from an elephant safari, where you can shoot the animals, not by a merciless gun but with a camera. Stuff your bags with light-colored clothes, mosquito repellents and bottles of water before you plan a holiday tour to the dark interiors of Rajasthan, because at any cost you cannot miss the jungle safari.
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