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  • ARungta
    Kolkata (Calcutta), India8 contributions
    It is must visit if you are in Ranthambore. Climbing up the stairs is simple. Looks tough but relatively easy if you are not rushing up.
    Written 7 January 2023
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  • Janice N
    Houston, TX149 contributions
    The park is divided into sectors, so each day you can see different parts of the park--which is nice. The game drives are usually in the early morning and in the afternoon. In winter, it will be to your advantage to bring really warm clothes (ski clothes) because you will be in an open vehicle, and it is REALLY cold, especially in the early mornings! The tigers are definitely there!!
    Written 25 January 2023
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  • tauruskvs
    Navi Mumbai, India133 contributions
    we saw quite a number of crocdiles and a lot of birds especially the greater thick knee which was very close to the jeep
    Written 15 February 2022
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  • nitin tayal
    Mathura, India6 contributions
    Must visit shiva templeon ranthambore park road in sawai madhopur.the approach way is in pathetic condition but u will forget it on reaching ..
    Written 31 October 2022
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  • Mohit P
    2 contributions
    Verry serene location to relax on a winter sunnny day. Rudra Pratap 070140 71463 helped us with the location and arranged a comfortable boat ride to spot the Crocodiles and Ghadiyal.
    They also serve Maggi & Tea
    Good for day visit
    Written 23 January 2022
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  • Umesh Sanghi
    Gurugram (Gurgaon), India68 contributions
    Went to school with family and met Parashar Ji next day who detailed us about the school.He showcased his paintings with great conviction and enthusiasm and even painted tiger eye with black soot,an amazing work,for us.
    We wish him good in life
    Written 13 January 2023
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  • santanu
    Talcher, India310 contributions
    The lake is in the middle of Zone#3. One can watch samber deer and spotted dear roaming near the lake for drinking water. Also one can see crocodiles basking in the sun on the bank of the lake. But spotting tiger was very rare.
    Written 30 May 2019
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  • Devendra G
    Gurugram (Gurgaon), India836 contributions
    Ranthambore fort is inside the national park. The climb is fairly steep, around an hour. Ideally not recommended for senior citizens. On the top of the fort, Ganesh temple is located which is very ancient. Best time to visit the same would be an early morning trek to the fort.
    Written 18 April 2022
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  • USAKrsna
    Chennai (Madras), India551 contributions
    It is a old guest house for important visitors to stay an experience the jungle. If lucky one can see tigers at the banks of the river - but at the garden in the premises peacock can definitely be seen. Had visited the place in June 2014.
    Written 2 June 2017
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  • SURYA
    New Delhi, India4 contributions
    Religious, holy, sacred and pious Jain Temple open only for those who belong to Jain sect or strictly follow and have belief in Jain principles, i.e., Jinvani; it's not a tourist place where one can just roam around for pleasure. Here one is expected to follow strict decorum i.e., firm belief and devotion to the principles of Jainism and u can't just roam around in half pant, bermuda, off-shoulder, mini, skirt; uncovered body parts which is highly unethical while entering the pious premises.

    On 20.03.21, we requested them on mobile for a night stay on 21.03.21 which they allowed us subject to payment of Rs.1000/- for 4-bedded AC Room (Indian/Western Toilet) however upon being fully satisfied that we follow their principles. They have a food canteen, totally serving SATVIK food, i.e., without onion/garlic, and they charge very nominally, i.e., Rs.60/- per plate, fixed menu whether lunch or dinner. They had strict meal timings, i.e., 10.30 AM to 12.00 noon for lunch and 4.45 pm to 5.45 pm for dinner, after which food coupons are not issued to anyone whether the residents in the Temple or guests coming from outside . We reached there around 5.35 pm and purchased 4 coups worth Rs.240/- and had our meals well before 6.15 pm because at that time, there was a rush in the canteen, and therefore we were asked to first check-in our room and then reach quickly to Canteen. Food, containing Aloo-Matar(Potato-Pea) gravy, Yellow-Dal, Chapatis/Rotis, Rice, Pickle was very good, i.e., neither spicy nor oily. Canteen also serve tea @ Rs.20/- per cup; RO Water (free of cost). Quick snacks such as chips/wafers not allowed inside the temple premises.
    Written 7 April 2021
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  • fbird167
    Stratford-upon-Avon, UK28 contributions
    We visited the temple, which is of the JAIN religion, and were most impressed; it was completely different to mosques and temples of other religions which we visited while in India The guides were polite and knowledgeable and we were allowed to take photos inside. The temple was located on the journey between Jaipur and Udaipur and it took us a long way off the main road. It is located in or near the Ranakpur district which is extremely pretty countryside with streams, lakes etc. It would have been much more enjoyable had we gone straight to Udaipur and then next day did a half-day tour to see the Jain Temple and the lovely Ranakpur countryside
    Written 22 April 2018
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  • Incredible Lifestyle
    New Delhi, India401 contributions
    Had a great experience with rameshwaram.. I love that place and want to go again and enjoy the sea view which creates amazing and romantic feeling..... I have no more word to say about this place... Must try once in life otherwise life is worst....
    Written 5 May 2018
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  • Viral Arya
    New Delhi, India634 contributions
    One of the most famous temples of in Rajasthan. A beautiful temple located on a hilltop with beautiful green surroundings and meadows. To reach the main temple, people needs to climb approx 500 stairs. The temple was built by Maharaja Bhim Singh, who brought the idol of Chauth Mata from the nearby village of Panchala.

    The temple is situated in Chauth ka Barwara Village, Sawai Madhopur District, Rajasthan. Trains available from Jaipur and Sawai Madhopur for Chauth ka Barwara Railway Station.
    Written 25 June 2019
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  • Jaya S
    Mumbai, India6 contributions
    Just watch the timings of the Sanctuary. Enjoy watching deers, parakeets, chitals, owls and any other animal except the king of the jungle. He has his own will. Maybe the Sanctuary should understand that viewers have come to see the tiger only.
    Written 31 August 2019
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  • Dilip S
    Vadodara, India1,122 contributions
    We visited Kachida valley 19.2 Km away from The Ranthambhore Bagh by Gypsy safari via Ranthambhore road taking 45 minutes in the afternoon n 21st June , 2018 . The valley blessed with wide range of flora and fauna is surrounded by low jagged hills . To avoid conflicts with the tigers residing in Ranthambhore National Park , majority of the leopards of the region made the valley as their ancestral home . As there are many large ant hills and bee hives , sloth bears are also abundant here .
    Written 26 June 2018
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