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BRAJ-MEWAT CIRCUIT
Alwar- Sariska-Deeg-Bharatpur-Karauli-Ranthambhore
 
 
The Wild Entrada
Rajasthan is not merely a desert, rather it is more than that. Rajasthan is also a haven for a wide spectrum of wildlife. It is home to tiger, blackbuck, chinkara, rare desert fox, caracal, the great Indian bustard, gavial, monitor lizard etc. The state also attracts many migratory birds.
 
Ranthambore
Famous for its Wildlife Sanctuary, forest, lakeand the Ganesh Temple. A perfect place for jungle safari. The ancient Ranthambore Fort, in the heart of the national park, is believed to have been built by the Chauhan Rajputs in the 10thcentury AD. Inside the fort are three Hindu temples, dedicated to Ganesh, Shiva and Ramlalaji, as well as a Jain temple. They date from the 12th and 13th centuries and are constructed of impressive blocks offered Karauli stone. Constructed of the same stone are a number of cenotaphs which canbe seen in the precincts of the
 
 
Bharatpur
The 'Eastern Gateway to Rajasthan', Bharatpur is well connected with three most important tourist destinations of India, namely Delhi (176 kms), Agra (55 kms) & Jaipur (176 kms). Better known for the Keoladeo National Park, a unique bird place, recognised by UNESCO as a world heritage site, it holds an important place in the Indian hisrory. The Jats have dominated the region from 17th century and Suraj Mal has been the greatest ruler who made them a formidable force.
 
Sariska
42 kms from Alwar, on the Delhi - Alwar - Jaipur road, nestled in the quaint surroundings of Aravali, this thickly wooded part throbs with life, and is a marvel of ecological adaptation and endurance. It is not only a delight for wildlife lovers but also for the followers of art and archaeology.

Sariska Tiger Reserve & National Park, has a rich and varied animal population. The rich wildlife of Sariska constitutes tiger, leopard, hyena, jungle cat, sambar, chital, nilgai, chausingha, jackal, wild boar, wild dog, langur and rhesus monkey. Birds include parakeet, grey partridge, crested serpent, eagle, babblers & bulbuls. The sanctuary houses ruined temples, a fort, pavilions and palace. The interesting spots are the sacred shrines of Buddha Hanuman, temple of NHkanth Mahadev and Pandu Pol.