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Ranthambore National Park
Ranthambore National Park, an unrivaled wilderness, is nestled within the heart of Rajasthan, India.
This majestic park, encapsulated in monochrome allure, narrates stories of bygone battles and romantic sagas dating back to the 10th century.In the present day, Ranthambore safari adventures can be conveniently booked through our website, offering visitors a chance to observe the majestic tigers as they rest in their natural surroundings.
With its increasing international recognition, the Ranthambore National Park attracts thousands of global tourists and travelers annually. From the tranquility of October to the vibrancy of June, they gather under the radiant sun, immersing themselves in the serenity of the forest.
Embarking on the pre-determined safari route within the specified time frame will provide you the golden opportunity to fully savor this daring journey. The phrase “One Cannot Resist the Lure of Ranthambore” stands testament to the allure of this park.Our advance Ranthambore tour packages, including the enticing tiger safari, are easily accessible. One can reach this remarkable destination by local bus, taxi, or private cab, with Google Maps as your guide!”
Ranthambore Famous Tiger Story
Meet T-19, also known as Krishna – a tigress of remarkable fame hailing from Ranthambore Tiger Reserve (RTR). This 15-year-old beauty stems from a well-loved and admired lineage of tigers. Krishna’s story is intrinsically tied to her legendary mother, Machali.
Machali, also recognized as T-16, is the matriarch of a legacy with four litters. Amongst them, she birthed three captivating cubs: T-17, Sundari, T-18 Baghani, and our beloved T-19, Krishna. As a young cub, Krishna was somewhat reticent, but she grew to reign over the fort territory for around six years, bearing her first two litters there.
Krishna’s first litter consisted of three cubs – T-63 Chanda (female), T-64 Suraj (male), and T-65 Akash (male). In her second litter, she mothered four cubs, although one, unfortunately, did not survive. The remaining three – T-83 Lightning (female), T-84 Arrowhead (female), and T-85 Packman (male) – thrived under her care. Among them, Arrowhead emerged as the dominant one, eventually compelling Krishna to leave the fort territory.
Krishna then ventured into the regions of Lakarda, Adi Dagar, Lambi, and Semli, where she birthed her third litter of four cubs. Despite the loss of one, three cubs – T-111 Shakti (female), T-112 Jam (male), and T-113 Pai (male) – matured under her watchful eyes. As these cubs grew, she gave birth to her fourth litter, which, sadly, did not survive.
Despite life’s adversities, Krishna remains a picture of health and vitality, embodying the spirit of a skilled hunter. The lessons of her experiences and her robust constitution are the essential factors for survival in this wild world, as Darwin famously said, ‘Survival of the fittest.
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