Ranthambore: Touring a Learning Destination

Posted on Mar 13, 2023 in India Discovery,Student Speak


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The orange colour brightens the leafy branches of trees. The air smells of everything a jungle can, the leaves, the mud, and the lakes. It is like a carpet of greenery that covers the earth. Rich in heritage and beauty, Ranthambore is one of the largest national parks in western India. The best part about it is that it leaves you with a deep, unforgettable experience.

Ranthambore National Park is one of the most popular national parks in India. As many as twenty-four adult tigers have been photo captured in Ranthambore. When you visit the national park, you can see different types of deer just after entering. National parks are great spots to visit because they are an essential part of nature and we can feel cold, fresh breeze hitting our faces. National parks just emit a different vibe.

Ranthambore is a great learning destination because it carries a history that will never be forgotten. Many rulers fought to capture the Ranthambore Fort. It has seven gates. The beauty of national parks encourages people to preserve wildlife.

We conclude that wildlife is the best thing that can be present on earth. We should not destroy the wildlife and the heritage of our past. Ranthambore is a great place to visit if we want to enjoy nature at its best.

Writen By Gunika, Gurasis & Niharika (Venkateshwar International School, Dwarka, Sec-10).


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