TIGERS AND HISTORY

Celebrating a year of Blogging.

Enchanted Forests

A mere three hours by train ( August Kranti from Nizamuddin to Sawai Madhopur) from New Delhi and you reach one of the most Enchanting and mesmerizing forests of  India.: Ranthambore Tiger National Park, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan.

Ranthambore Tiger National Park has a high density of Tigers and an extremely dry deciduous forest.This  Wonderful combination almost  ensures sighting a Tiger ( English), Sher ( Hindi), Panthera tigris( Scientific name) .

dry forest Dry Deciduous Forest in the Month of May ( Peak Summer Month)

It is home to the famous 19 year old  Diva “Macchli” and the  Majestic Hunk  “Ustaad”.

Ustaad was unfortunately shifted to  Sajjangarh, near Udaipur after being  labelled a man eater under mysterious and controversial circumstances in May 2015.

eyes of the Tiger The Eyes of the Tiger

The forests of Ranthambore  are nestled in the Aravalli range of mountains . The trees are adapted to…

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mukul chand

51 year old entrepreneur who has traveled extensively around the world for work and pleasure , is based in New Delhi, India. A passionate traveler born with a love for flora and fauna, is an active naturalist and amateur photographer. Here he shares his unique insight into Incredible India revealing its mysterious and exotic treasures. Writing from his heart he shares his experiences as he crisscrosses this vast and amazing land.

38 thoughts on “TIGERS AND HISTORY”

  1. You are welcome dear Mukul, I love your beautiful country and her people… And also you know my dream mountain Himalayas… How possible not following you 🙂 Always keep my dream alive with your amazing photographs and posts, Million Thanks for this. Blessing and Happiness, Love, nia

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  2. It’s so good to see these pictures, I can’t even imaging what it must’ve been like to see these majestic tigers in the wild. Oh, and congratulations on one year of blogging! I didn’t realize this blog was so new; it’s so well done that I figured you must have been at this for a long time.

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    1. Thank you for the lovely compliments. Am overwhelmed. letting you on a secret, I did not even know what is a blog till a few years ago.Please send your comments on the last blog as it went into trash for some reason.

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      1. I never would’ve guessed that! I thought you would’ve had much more prior exposure to blogging, given the quality of your posts.

        I’ll see if I can re-send those comments you mentioned. Lately I’ve been getting an error message when I attempt to comment on blogs using my phone.

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  3. I’m really looking forward to going to Ranthambore one day. The only time I’ve been in India so far I visited Corbett Tiger Reserve and was lucky enough to see one, although sadly not close enough for a good picture. It’s definitely a park with far denser vegetation. As you say, Ranthambore looks better for spotting one of the cats.

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    1. Both Ranthambore and Corbett are lovely national Parks.Corbett has Elephants as well as numerous Rivers with the large Golden Mahaseers etc etc. Ranthambore is a smaller park with dry flora and a high density of tigers, thus better for Tiger Spotting. Ranthambore is more accessible from Delhi and has the charm of numerous ruins in the forest.

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