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Posted on: Monday , Apr 21, 2008 At 20:46 PM

Blogging From Ranthambhore

Let me start by saying - 'No, its not me blogging from the wilderness!'

We have all seen travel blogs, travel writings and trip reports in plenty. People going to a new place, coming back awed and writing their experiences is nothing new. But how about blogs from people who live in well-known tourist places? I haven't seen many, but Ranthambhore Blog is an exception. And an excellent exception at that.

Aditya Singh blogs from Sawai Madhopur, the town just outside
Ranthambhore and writes about the forests of Ranthambhore, its people, geography and things that happen there everyday. And tigers are like part of his life, which you will know once you see all those pictures of tigers in his blog. He is also passionate about conservation and improving the park. In his own words -

I own and run a small lodge on the outskirts of the Ranthambhore (often misspelled as Ranthambore) national park. I am very passionate about tigers, wild animals and photography.

Check out his blog at

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By arunchs| Posted on:22 Apr 2008

Ah.. that must be lovely :) My tiger sightings so far have been only from far, but still been very enjoyable.
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By Mukesh Miyan| Posted on:22 Apr 2008

HI Just came back from Ranthambhore and believe me I loved the park not so only for the animal one gets to see there but the topography of the park. We were lucky enough to have a glimpse of the Tiger there...but not before wating for almost two hours... Mr. Tiger was sleeping in a Shikarghah, when our guide spotted him, the visibility was poor, he gave us scorful look and turned its back and slept for two hours. Got up and came out only after two hours, when he sensed that there are some sambhars and cheetal are grazing just a few 100 meters away.
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