the name suggests, this temple is thoroughly dedicated to Jain guru Lord
Adinathji, where numerous of Jain pilgrims come frequently as the holy
place is the representation of various miracles. It also underscores many
Jain Tirathankaras idols where devotes pay divine prayers in front of god
and solicit for his blessings to get their ongoing desires and wants fulfilled.
Located on the intersection
of Aravalli and Vindhyas, Ranthambore National Park is approximately 11
km from Sawai Madhopur. Once a princely game preserve, Ranthambore is the
best place to get a glimpse of the Tiger. The geography of the park ranges
from gentle and steep slopes of the Vindhyas to sharp and conical hills
of the Aravalli. Having a unique topography, the jungle is scattered with
grasslands at the plateaus, pastures in gorges and flourishing foliage
around the canals. Read on this Ranthambore travel guide to more about
this National Park:
The sanctuary has river
Chambal in the south and river Banas in the north bordering it. Dry deciduous
forest, open grassy paddock, several lakes and rivers that make up the
park can be passed through only by the roads built by the Forest department.
Another dominating feature of the Tiger Reserve is the Ranthambore Fort,
dating back to the 10th century. There are three big lakes in the sanctuary,
the Padam Talab (Lake), Malik Talab and Raj Bagh.
Apart from the tiger,
the main attraction of the Ranthambore National Park tour, the park is
also rich in other wildlife. Other wild life in the reserve include Leopard,
Caracal, Hyena, Jackal, Jungle cat, Marsh crocodiles, Wild boar, Bears
Deer, etc. Ranthambore in Rajasthan, India also houses a wide variety of
birds, both resident as well as migratory. Approximately 272 species of
birds have been observed in the park. The park opens for sightseeing half
hour before sunrise and closes down half hour after sunset.