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Created 14-Jun-15
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Recipe for a wildlife holiday, albeit grueling..

Braving 44 degrees Celsius June dry heat, bone rattling safaris into the Ranthambore jungles,incredible wildlife sightings with an overdose of tigers, terrific Rajasthani food, colorful people, an overcast evening in the jungle that turned into a raging, blinding thunderstorm - mix this all together and you have a wildlife adventure nonpareil !

Those intending to visit Ranthambore National Park should get their tour organized by Ranthambore Bagh, email: booking@ranthambhorebagh.com . Ask for guide Rajkumar Gurjar to accompany you on the safaris


In slideshow mode, Rajastani folk music plays in the background
Arriving at Sawai Madhopur Railway stationA bigger broom sweeps cleanLogisitics - old and newLocal travel - Business Class44 deg C heat and thirsty goatsAt the DastakarDeft fingers at the DastakarAt the Ranthambore FortThe mandap on the hillCustomary to build little stone houses at the Ganesh temple -At the Ranthambore FortA weary child travels First classAt the Ranthambore FortCargo logisitics at the FortThe pond near the Ganesh Temple at the FortA slice of life at Kutalpura villageGaumukh, that feeds the pond belowThe entrance to Ranthambore National ParkTree pie at a water bowlThe Peacok, the symbol of Rajasthan

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Guestbook for A Ranthambore notebook - June 2015
Baldy Vijaykumar(non-registered)
Beautiful pictures Rags.
Thanks for sharing.
Regards,
Baldy
Rajah Amarnath(non-registered)
Rags, I really envy you from the bottom of my heart!
Sriram Janak(non-registered)
Thank you ..for sharing...lovely images...:-)
take care
Rahool Saxena(non-registered)
Lovely lot of pictures. Love the peacock and the Tiger crossing.
Martin de Haan(non-registered)
Hi Rags - Great pics! Thanks for sharing! Cheers, Martin
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