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More than the tiger

Ranthambore is a small town in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan with the oldest settlement in the area near the district being around the Ranthambore Fort. A part of the planned city of Sawai Madhopur, Ranthambore is known around the world for its wildlife sanctuary and tiger reserve. 

The Ranthambore Fort, although build initially in 944 AD by the Rajputs, saw several battles and with it, changing residents, until the Akbar, the Mughal emperor won over the fort. Until the late 17th century, the fort was under the control of the mughals who later are said to have handed it over the Maharaja of Jaipur. 

How to get there:

Ranthambore is well-connected to most of the major Indian cities with easy access by roads, air and train.

By Air: Nearest airport is Jaipur. 153 kms from the park

By Train: Nearest railway station is the Sawai Madhopur Station, 11 kms from the park

By Road: 

Jaipur to Ranthambore - 158 kms via NH52 and Chaksu Lalsot Link Rd

Delhi to Ranthambore - 380 kms via NH8 and NH 11A

Gurgaon to Ranthambore - 342 kms via NH 8 and RJ SH 25

Udaipur to Ranthambore- 390 kms via NH 76 and RJ SH 29

Agra to Ranthambore- 240 kms via RJ SH 1

Ahmedabad to Ranthambore - 640 kms via NH8 and NH 76

Best time to visit:

Like most Wildlife Santuaries, the Ranthambore National Park too is shut during the monsoons. Although the park is open throughout the rest of the year, the ideal months to visit are from October to March.

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Rajasthani Cuisine
The arid vegetation of the Rjasthan lends itself in the most delicious way to the flavors of the region. From the commoner's staple Dal Bati Churma to the more indulgent Laal Maas, the Rajasthani flavors bring alive the spicy treat the royal land is much regarded for.  Click here to read more about the Rajasthani cuisine.  .
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Shopping in Ranthambore
Although not especially known as a shopping hub, the influx of tourists to the region mean that local markets in Sawai Madhopur have grown over the last decade and now buzz with the art and culture that Rajasthan is well regarded for.  If you like the fragrance of different perfumes, make sure you buy the immensely famous khas perfume. It is made from a local plant and is sold in... .
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