For centuries, Ranthambhore and it’s fortress have been a space for historic contest. Two conflicts that stand out were Alauddin Khilji, the Sultan of Delhi’s siege of the fort which began in 1299 and ended in 1301 and the Mughal emperor Akbar’s conquest of the fort in 1568.
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For over 1200 years, the tread of warriors, pilgrims, wayfarers and mendicants have worn away the stone cobbled pavements of Ranthambhore’s iconic fort. Its walls are witness to century after century of celebration and tragedy laced together. The celebration of heady military triumphs punctuate the petrified traumas of defeat and conquest. In the progression and fall of local chiefdoms, clan warfare, trade relations and imperial ambitions, Ranthambhore has seen it all and preserves the evidence. Read More The Ranthambhore Fort
Sher Bagh guests Christian and Katrin visited Ranthambhore in mid February, just as the Winter thaw was leading to Spring. Coming from sultry Singapore, where they currently reside, Rajasthan was a welcome break for the couple, and proved to be a lucky one, as far as sightings were concerned. Read More Christian and Katrin’s First Tiger at Sher Bagh, Ranthambhore