Via Amer-Bhangarh see Sariska tigers
Although there are many places to visit in Jaipur, but sometimes talking with friends alone or through the air alone, it is a different fun to do road trip with your yari i.e. bike. Especially in pink winter road trip is a different fun, so if you do not want to get bored this weekend, why not take a road trip with Yarrow to Sariska National Park.
Sariska, situated in the Aravalli hills, is spread over an area of 800 square kilometers. The grass, dry deciduous forests, rocks and rocky landscape are visible here. Dhaka trees are found in large part of this region and various wildlife species live here.
There are many routes to travel from Jaipur to Sariska -
First route- Jaipur-Kunda-Santhal-Bhangarh-Tehla-Sariska National Park Distance 103 km which can be completed in two hours 45.
Second Route- Jaipur-Amer-Kukus-Akrol-Madhogarh-Lalpura-Agar-Alwar-Sariska National Park Distance 110 km which can be completed in 3 hours.
The beginning of this trip is Jaipur, which is also known as Pink City. The city of Jaipur, called the capital of the state of Rajasthan, is located in a semi-desert region. This beautiful city was built by Raja Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II of Amber with the help of Vidyadhar Bhattacharya, an architect of Bengal. It is the first city in India which was built according to the Vaastu Shastra.
While going on this trip, you can also see Amer about 11 km ahead of the Kunda on the way. Amber Fort was named after Ambha Mata Ambha Mata is considered to be the Goddess of Meena. Amber Fort is considered to be the main place for Hindu religion, there are many paintings and figures of Hinduism here. Raja Man Singh, Raja Jai Singh etc. were part of many kings in making Amber Fort.
What to see in Amer
Amer Fort can see the Mahotha Lake, Sheesh Mahal etc., along with it, you can also buy items sold inside the palace.
Fort in Bhangarh, Alwar district of Rajasthan is one of the haunted places in Rajasthan. If the local people believe, then after coming here, tourists still experience a different kind of fear and discomfort. But during the day time this fort can be easily visited.
A creepy story telling the history of the fort
Princess Ratnavati of Bhangarh, who was very beautiful and her form was discussed throughout the state, caused the death of a tantric because the tantric wanted to marry the princess. He ended his life as he was not married to the princess. Before dying, Bhangarh received this curse from the tantric that all the people living in this fort will die soon and their souls will continue to wander in this fort.A few days after the death of that tantric, there was a war between Bhangarh and Ajabgarh in which all the people living in the fort were killed. Even Princess Ratnavati could not escape the curse and she too died. From then till today the spirits have kept their camp in this fort.
What to say beautifully
Even today, this fort is called ghostly and deserted, but if you look closely at its architecture, then they will realize that its beauty is unmatched and it can fascinate anyone.
Destination- Siriska National Park
Sariska National Park was declared a wildlife reserve in 1955 and a tiger reserve in 1978. This national park has the distinction of being the first national park in the world.
Home to many species
Dhaka trees are found in large part of this area and various wildlife species live here. Sariska National Park is home to a variety of wild animals - leopards, chital, sambar, nilgai, four-horned deer, wild boar, rhesus macaque, langur, hyena and wild cats. This national park also has a large number of peacocks, sandgrass, golden woodpecker and crested serpent eagle.
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