Rajasthan is all set to launch its new and fourth Tiger Reserve sanctuary in the state. Ranthambore National park has long been recognized as one of the most popular among the Big cat sanctuaries in India and has been drawing wild life lovers and photographers from all over the world. Sariska, Keoladeo and Desert national parks are some of prominent wild life parks in the state. Ms Sreya Guha , Principal Secretary, Forest & Environment, Tourism, Art & Culture, Govt. of Rajasthan informed that the new tiger reserves on the anvil Ramgarh -Vishdhari corridor is the next big project. “We are actively pursuing clearances from the Government of India for this”, Ms Guha said.
July 24, 2020