Ranthambore national park, Sawai Madhopur

A destination not far from home and was thinking to visit their at least once, has finally happaned this month.

It takes 10 hr to drive their from Delhi, booked a room in RTDC hotel Jhoomar Baori and went for it between 3rd and 5th of November. Best route in my opinion would be to use Yamuma Expressway to reach Mathura and then take a right till Dausa and again take a left from Dausa.

The hotel is located 2 KM under the forest and sometimes tigers roam in that area as well. Hotel manager informed us one night that there was call from Sambhar deer, which means Tiger is around the hotel, we drove to the gate after dinner in a hope and returned back empty handed :(. But overall stay in hotel was memorable, it a highly recommended place if you wish to spent few days away from buzz.

A group of worshipers heading toward Ganesha temple inside Ranthambor fort

A group of worshipers heading toward Ganesha temple inside Ranthambor fort

Family at Ranthambore fort

Family at Ranthambore fort

Spotted deer near hotel

Spotted deer near hotel

Way to RTDC hotel Jhoomar Baori

Way to RTDC hotel Jhoomar Baori

RTDC hotel Jhoomar Baori

RTDC hotel Jhoomar Baori

RTDC hotel Jhoomar Baori roof top

RTDC hotel Jhoomar Baori roof top

A local at Ranthambor Fort

A local at Ranthambor Fort

Anshu - The Diva posing opposite bushes

Anshu – The Diva posing opposite bushes

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Mehrauli, Delhi

Visited Mehrauli today, so much of history scattered around. Yog Maya Temple is said to be more than 5000 years old (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yogmaya_Temple). Then Qutub complex, plenty of Hindu, Jain and Islamic ruins scattered around, Unfortunately Wikipedia couldn’t gather more than few paragraphs for thousands years old history (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qutb_Minar).

Yog Maya Temple, Mehrauli is said to be 5000 years old.

Yog Maya Temple, Mehrauli is said to be 5000 years old

Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar

Qutub Complex

Qutub Complex