One of the most popular wildlife sancturies in India Sariska draws innumerable tourists with its plentiful wildlife. Here are some facts about the sanctury.
Sariska was declared a wildlife reserve in 1958.
In 2004, there were no tigers, not even pugmarks in Sariska, however, in 2008-2009 tigers were moved from Ranthambore to Sariska.
Kankwari Fort, a 16th-century fort is also situated in Sariska, a place where the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb imprisoned his brother.
Pandupol, place where the Pandavas spent some years during their life in exile is located inside Sariska.
As per another saga, it was at Pandupol that Lord Hanuman defeated Bheema and suppressed his pride. The Hanuman Temple of Pandupol has a huge idol of Lord Hanuman.
Sariska is now being visited for a lot more reasons than just the wildlife, like the Siliserh Lake, The Sariska Palace, etc. However, the flora, the safaris, tigers, other wild mammals and the marsh animals by the lake are still the most admired highlights of this wildlife sanctuary.
Bhangarh is a village in India that is famous for its historical remnants. It is at the edge of the Sariska Tiger Reserve. Bhangarh fort is a major tourist attraction and is said to be one of the most haunted historical places in the world.
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