Ranthambore National park is surrounded by rock bluffs with only a few locations where you can access it. These entrances were filled with gates, and a fortress was constructed in 944 CE on the top of a hill in the middle of the enclosed area. It became a National park in 1980, after being used as a private hunting ground for many decades. The park is now one of the Indian tiger reserves.
Today’s photographs are of the park landscape and the fort, tomorrow is other animals, and the next day will be the tiger! It’s an incredible park, not only because of the tigers.