A former hunting ground turned wildlife sanctuary

The Ranthambore Fort dating as far back as 944 AD, passed through several hands as bounty of vicious battles, and was absorbed into the kingdom of Jaipur in the 17th Century. The forest around the fort was a hunting ground for the Maharajahs of Jaipur, and after India’s independence from British colonization, Ranthambore National Park was carved out to offer sanctuary to diverse wildlife, the most enigmatic of which is the Royal Bengal Tiger.

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