Sariska National Park popular among worldwide are the ruins of 11th centuries ‘Garh-Rajor’ temple, 17th-century ‘Kankwari’ fort on the hill which offer a beautiful view of soaring vultures and eagles. Last but not least it’s encircled ‘Siliserh Lake’ and ‘Jai Samand Lake’, which houses varied crocodiles, water snakes and different creatures of land and water is really enticing and treats for many wildlife lovers and photographers.
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Kanakwari Fort -
Kanakwari Fort - One of the best illustrations of a jungle fort in India, the Kanakwari Fort lies within the
Sariska reserve area within the ranges of 18 kms from the entry gate. The place is obviously hard to
discover as it lies deep inside the tiger aggrieved forest. This was the spot where Prince Dara Shikoh, heir
to the Mughal throne, was held prisoner by his brother Aurangzeb. A steep rise of stairs will lead to the
fort to bring the faded ancient wall paintings that still reflect the Rajputana eloquences.
Sariska Palace - The Sariska Palace internally the reserve region was once the hunting lodge for
Maharaja Jai Singh of Jaipur. This is the greatest visited spot for the number of visitors, even if they are
not lodgings for the tiger trips in Sariska. The spot is decked with antique furniture, sprawling lawns &
exciting photographs of the Royal Shikar of the 1920s & is now converted in a museum.
Naldeshwar Temple -
The Naldeshwar Temple is being situated at some distance away from the reserve
region at the Alwar-Jaipur highway joining Sariska to Alwar. This Shrine is easily accessible by foot once
reaching the highway. The Shrine is dedicated to Lord Shiva & is surrounded by compact greenery to
bring an archaic environment for various overwhelming moments. This 18th-century old Shrine
showcases some different environment around the deserted land of Rajasthan.
Neelkanth Mahadev Temple -
The Shrine of Neelkanth, dedicated to Lord Shiva is encircled by the
Aravali ranges & is quite closer to the Sariska reserve. This archaic Shrine also looks like a rocky museum
which is studded with sculptures, carvings & scriptures similar to the ones excavated at Khajuraho & so
also has some historical importance too.
Bharthrihari Temple -
Yogi Bharthari Nath Temple - Situated at 30 kms away from the Sariska reserve, this Shrine is dedicated
to an archaic sage Bhartrihari to fascinate many Hindu devotees. This Shrine stands above the samadhi
of Yogi Bhartrihari Nath & is well-known for it is superb Rajasthani style of architecture.
The most demanding and most popular spot in India which is the real trademark of India tourism
lying very closely from Alwar at a distance of 132.6 kms could be the preferred select for many
excursions after Sariska. One impartial chance to get in the generous Rajasthani architectures in the
form of forts, palaces, halls, museums & many more for the most unforgettable experience.
Famous for being the capital city of India, Delhi at a distance of 226 kms from the tiger spot, is
the place where the visitors can make a comforting landing from their spot (country) & then can
proceeds toward the political city of India to catch some historical monuments & archaic heritage spots
including the legendary market place of Chandni Chowk near the Red Fort. This is the most fascinating
place to explore the cultural mix of India to recognize it as "Mini-India".
The city of Taj Mahal what we call it, Agra localizes at the suitable distance of 212 kms from
Sariska (Alwar) where the visitors can make their romantic journey prior to rewarding the safari tour in
Sariska. Agra presents one of the 7 Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal which is prominent for it is
dynamic architecture & the great legend behind it to captivate millions of travelers each year. This could
be the most refreshing trip after the hectic safari in Sariska Tiger Reserve.
If the tiger lovers have the same affection for the avians & want to catch the different
counts of birds in India, Bharatpur at the distance of 158.6 kms from the reserve can fit for them. This is
well well-known as the heaven for the ornithologists to read their movements & nature in the region;
especially to discover the Siberian Crane, the major attraction of Bharatpur. Quite closer to Agra, this
could be the next finest excursion for the visitors during their tiger trip in India.