Sights to See
Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary, being part of Rajasthan which experience tropical climate, so here the summer are extreme hot and same is the condition in winter season too. But even then people prefer to travel to Sariska, in the summer because due to the heat, the wild animals are found hovering around the water spots and it's a sheer delight to watch.
Though the undisputed highlight of the Sariska National park is obviously the tiger, the park is home to a large number of species that include hanuman langur, the Bengal tiger, leopards, golden jackal, jungle cat, caracal, chital, sambhar, striped hyena, chinkara, nilgai, four-horned antelope 'chousingha', and a wide array of bird species and reptiles.For further information please contact www.rajasthanwildlife.in
The park is not only reputed for its for flora and fauna, but there are various ancient monuments too that increase its attraction. Within the confines of the Sariska National Park one can find sites of historical importance.
The famed Kankwadi fort, built by the erstwhile ruler of Jaipur, Jai Singh II, is known for being the prison of Dara Shikoh , the eldest son of Shah Jahan.Dara Shikoh was defeated and killed by his brother and the sixth Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb in the war of succession to the Mughal throne.
According to tradition, Pandupol in the hills in the middle of the Sariska National Park was the place where the Pandava brothers of the Mahabharta fame spent their days when in exile. Pilgrims from across India come to visit the Hanuman temple in Pandupol.