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Holi
Holi / Dhulandi
Holi is a religious festival celebrated by Hindus all over the world. Holi is considered as second biggest festival on Hindu calendar after Diwali. Holi is also known as festival of Colors. Places related to life of Lord Krishna are known as Braj re
Gangaur
Gangaur Festival
Gangaur is one of the most vivid festivals rejoiced with great enthusiasm and happiness all over the Indian state of Rajasthan. In the word Gangaur, 'Gan' is the synonym for Lord Shiva whereas 'Gaur' stands for Gauri or Goddess Parvati. But mainly, t
Ranthambhore
About Ranthambhore
Near the town of Sawai Madhopur, midway between Bharatpur and Kota lies the Ranthambore National Park, one of the finest examples of the Project Tigers' conservations efforts in India. The National Park covers an area of aprox. 1300 sq kms and is abundant with animal as well as bird life, has a sytem of lakes and rivers hemmed in by steep high crags.
 
Description
The terrain alternates between open bushland and fairly dense forest and is peppered with ruined pavillions, chattris and hides - the area was formerly the hunting preserve of the Maharajas. There are good chances of tiger sightings here, but even if you don't see a tiger, its worth a visit for the scenery alone; in India its not often you get a chance to see such a large area of virgin bush. Ranthambore is now famous for the recent visit of President Clinton, and has a well developed infra-structure for wildlife enthusiasts. The Jogi Mahal makes a must visit place in Ranthambore. It is the forest rest house that overlooks the pretty Padam Talab. The Mahal lies close to the park and has all the facilities for a comfortable stay. The most important aspect of Jogi Mahal that attracts a large number of tourists every year is the ancient banyan tree which is believed to be the second largest banyan tree in India The former hunting ground of the Maharajas of Jaipur, the Ranthambore National Park is situated in Eastern Rajasthan at the confluence of the Aravali hill ranges and the Vindhyan plateau. Two rivers flow through the Ranthambore National Park - the Chambal River in the South and the Banas River in the North. Six man-made lakes and many perennial streams pass through the entire national park. In 1955, the Ranthambore National Park was declared a game sanctuary; and in 1980, it attained the status of a national park. With the initiation of Project Tiger in 1972, it was declared as a tiger reserve in India. The total area of the Ranthambore National Park is 1,334 sq km along with its adjoining sanctuaries - the Kaila Devi Sanctuary and the Mansingh Sanctuary. The typical feature of the park is that out of the entire park some areas are open for the tourists to wander in and explore the flora and fauna of the park. The Ranthambore National Park is nestled between the Aravali and Vindhya mountain ranges. The rugged terrain and the dense deciduous forests are m