1. Tiger, Packman Aka T-85 Found Dead In Rajasthan - Ranthambore National Park

    Tiger, Packman aka T-85 found dead on the main track in Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan.

  2. Kingdom of Tigers

    This particular publication dedicated to Ranthambore tigers, the readers are invited in a journey to meet the most famous tigers of the Tourist Zones (zone 1 to 6 only) and contemplate them in natural habitats :

  3. A 12 years old tiger, Star Male died In Ranthambhore

    Due to human area, the tiger was tranquilised and brought to Gudda forest area where he died at 1pm.

  4. My Encounter with the BIG CAT and Other Adventures in Ranthambhore

    Friday, 20 August 2010. I can never forget that day, which was undoubtedly the darkest day of my life. It was the day I nearly died! - Daulat Singh Shaktawat

  5. An article on our Assistant Conservator of Forests, Daulat Singh in Conde Nast Traveller - ‘People are more often the problem than animals’

    "I know and understand animal behaviour. It was not ‘T-7’s fault. If the villagers had not forced him back, the tiger would have quietly returned to the forest.”

  6. Tiger, T-33 aka Hamir no more

    Today, we lost the handsome tiger that was known as T-33 aka Hamir from Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve after the territorial fight.

  7. Tiger, T-33 injures in territorial fight

    It was serious injuries at chest, neck and legs parts of the body. The injured tiger has been under observation of the forest patrolling team since 16th, Sep. 2017.

  8. Jungle safari opens for the monsoon season

    During the monsoon time, the safari will be allowed from zone no. 6 to 10.

  9. No Jungle Safari at any zone in Ranthambhore

    Although the premium zones (1 to 5) of the park always closed for safaris in monsoon time, while other zones from 6 to 10 were still opened for the tourists on the condition of a track.

  10. The self-taught guides are vital to tiger tourism in Ranthambore, but they earn very little

    “For instance, in the third week of June a pair of newborn tiger cubs was first espied by a tourist guide and the news spread like wildlife.

  11. Happy World Yoga Day

    Our forefather, Hanuman Langur was doing yoga at tree at zone no. 3. The Hanuman Langur was sitting at a dead lock as some one was doing Yoga. It was quite interesting to see Yogi.

  12. New tiger tiny-cubs at Ranthambhore

    That’s great news was confirmed by senior nature guides, Vipul Jain and Rajkumar Gujar. Nature guide, Vipul Jain said that new born cubs should be around 3 months old.

  13. New tiger generation gets its TIGER CODE at Ranthambhore

    The new tiger code issued from T-76 to T-91. Through a tag code, total 16 sub adult tigers got their individual identities including 3 famous cubs of Iconic family.

  14. Shard Sharma's Article published in ENVIRON Magazine

    An article by our well known nature guide Shard Sharma (aka Shard Ranthambhore) on the Mango Mother of Ranthambhore was adapted by ENVIRON MAGAZINE for its April-June 2016 Edition.

  15. Great Machhali was spotted at Ranthambhore Rd.

    After drinking water, she stood up and obliged the all visitors and walked back and disappeared from the sight inside the bushes.

  16. One more tiny cub spotted in Ranthambhore

    Nature guide, Arvind Meena and famous blog writer, Tigerwalah, Anurag Sharma spotted T-60 with her three cubs. It is the first time that they reported that one more new tiny cub of T-60..

  17. An open letter from nature guides to police and forest department

    Is there anyone who can guaranty a tiger in wild with money?

  18. Anti corruption bureau raids Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve

    Jaipur: In the first-ever raid at Ranthambore National Park, the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Sunday investigated alleged flouting of norms when tourists are taken on tiger safari in the reserve area.

  19. Three tiny tiger cubs spotted in Ranthambhore !

    Ranthambhore: In heartening news for wild life lovers, three new tiny cubs have been recently sighted in Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve..!!!!

  20. Husn-Ara (T-30), tigress passed away silently

    She was a great mother. She produced four litters with nine cubs which is the highest number in Ranthambhore history.