Ranthambore: Touring a Learning Destination

Posted on Jan 27, 2023 in India Discovery,Student Speak


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If you are an avid explorer who is looking for some adventure amidst the monotonous life, trust us, you need to read the blog further. Ranthambore is filled with secret gems. You need to dig deeper to get amazing views at Ranthambore. Let’s start with the most attractive gem of Ranthambore, the Ranthambore Fort. Ranthambore Fort was built by the Chauhan rulers in 944 AD. It is a fort that has some amazing historical tales that are culturally rich. Its history teaches a lesson about loyalty and priorities. You will be mesmerised to see the progressive architecture of Ranthambore Fort.

If you are looking for a fun adventure activity that jazzes up your mood instantly, then don’t forget to go for the jungle safari. The jungle safari offers an opportunity to spot animals like sambar deer, sloth bears and scary reptiles. If you are lucky, you can spot a tiger. A pro tip is that you should go for an early morning canter ride to increase the possibility of spotting more animals.

Before you end your trip, you should visit the Dastkar NGO. It is a non-profit organisation that makes and sells beautiful handmade goods that will surely leave you a memory.

Ranthambore is a place filled with rich history and beautiful views. Your journey here is bound to be engraved in your memory. The place will make you realise that the most important gift for you is not the souvenirs you buy here but the experiences you had.

Written by Harshita Kataria, Palak Katiyar, Prabhnoor, Sania Sharma & Sridatri (Gems International School,  Gurugram).


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