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National Parks in Rajasthan

Rajasthan the Largest state of India, famous for its rich culture and heritage, also have rich flora and fauna, although the forest cover is very little compare to other Indian states. Ranthambore National park at Rajasthan is world famous for tigers, below is the list of important wildlife national parks in Rajasthan.

Keoladeo National Park Ranthambore National Park
Desert National Park Sariska National Park


Wildlife Sanctuaries in Rajasthan

Sambhar Wildlife Sanctuary Jamva Ramgarh Wildlife Sanctuary Bund Baretha Wild life Sanctuary
Sitamata wildlife Sanctuary Bhainsrodgarh wildlife Sanctuary Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary
Darrah wildlife Sanctuary Shergarh Wildlife sanctuary Jawahar Sagar, Wildlife Sanctuary
Mount abu wildlife sanctuary Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary Keladevi Wildlife Sanctuary
Sawai Mansingh wildlife Sanctuary National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary Ramgarh Vishdhari Wildlife Sanctuary

Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

Ranthambore National Park is situated in India' s north western state of Rajasthan, near the town of Sawai Madhopur, midway between Bharatpur and Kota townships. It is surrounded by the Vindhya and Aravali hill ranges and is very near to the outer fringes of the Thar Desert.

Sariska National Park, Rajasthan

Sariska National Park lies in the Aravalli hills and is the former hunting preserve of the Maharaja of Alwar. Sariska itself is a wide valley with two large plateaus and is dotted with places of historical and religious interest, including the ruins of the Kankwari Fort, the 10th century Neelkanth temples,

Keoladeo National Park, Rajasthan

The Keoladeo Ghana National Park or Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary lies between two of India's most historic cities, Agra and Jaipur. This north Indian sanctuary is situated in the country's northwestern state of Rajasthan, about 190 km from the national capital of Delhi.

Desert National Park, Rajasthan

The Desert National Park is an excellent example of the ecosystem of the Thar desert and its diverse fauna. Sand dunes form around 20% of the Park. The major landform consists of craggy rocks and compact salt lake bottoms, intermedial areas and fixed dunes which are quite suitable for the chinkara to move at high speed.