By: Shard Ranthambhore

    ICONIC FAMILY- The most sighted and popular TIGERS in Ranthambhore, probably in the world. That Iconic family included – T-19 or Krishna and her second litter that includes two female cubs and one male. Today, the queen of Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve- KRISHNA is also known as an ICON of tiger reserve. Since 23 March, 2014, she has been exploring the sighting by her self and her cubs. Mostly world wild life photographer

  • The most magnificent creature

    By: Kathy

    The most magnificent creature in the entire world, the tiger is- Jack Hanna

  • Sajidali

    By: Sajidali

    Star male is a dominant tiger of Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve. He is the king of Ranthambhore National Park who walk frequently lake area. Here are some picture of him. hope you would like it..

  • Jumbos from Jim Corbett

    By: Dinesh Gurjer

    Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest national park in India and was established in 1936 as Hailey National Park to protect the endangered Bengal tiger. It is located in Nainital district of Uttarakhand and was named after Jim Corbett who played a key role in its establishment. The park was the first to come under the Project Tiger initiative.

  • Fresh fruits at Ranthambhore

    By: Shard Ranthambhore

    Here are some fruits that are well known for its delicious taste, So you can also enjoy it..

  • My Historical visit in India!

    By: Kathy

    It is really very wonderful website for information of wild life of India! Thank you very much for creating live history about the wild life in Ranthambhore. It is really great job for Indian Wild life! I never ever see any site in any wild life park! Well done and keep it up! Big Cheers! Due to the lots of viewers on this site, I am going to add my historical pictures. I hope that you would like it.

  • Wildlife collection

    By: devraj Singh

    T-42 Resting at water body.

  • Hotel Tiger PGH

    By: Sushil Chauhan

  • Fateh

    By: Jaideep Singh Rajawat

    A huge tiger from zone n• 10


    By: devraj Singh

    Wild life fotograph