Bundi to Ramgarh

The Bundi to Ramgarh excursion is one of the more popular travel plans in the region. The journey is memorable for the havelis, chattris, and the Ramgarh Vishdhari Wildlife Sanctuary. The distance between Bundi and Ramgarh is 50 kilometers. Ramgarh is connected to Bundi by rail and road.

Ramgarh Vishdhari Wildlife Sanctuary

The Ramgarh Vishdhari Wildlife Sanctuary occupies an area of 252.79 square kilometers. The area is predominantly hilly and covered by dry deciduous forests. The list of flora includes Khair, Salar, Khirni, and Dhok trees. Mango trees are also found. A great variety of animals are found in Ramgarh wildlife sanctuary. The forest is populated by Chinkara, Wild boar, Leopard, Sambhar, Indian Wolf, Jackal, Fox, Hyena, and Sloth bear.

Havelis and Temples

The man-made attractions in Ramgarh were built by the Poddars. The prosperous Poddar family clan constructed havelis, temples, and chattris that are found all over the landscape. The interiors of these buildings are adorned by scenes from the Hindu epic Ramayana. The Shekhawati paintings form one of the prime attractions. Shopaholics may look forward to purchase the many fine examples of Rajasthani art.

The best time to conduct an excursion from Bundi to Ramgarh is during the winter months. The prime tourist season extends from the month of September to the month of May.

Last Updated on 07 August 2012



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