The Ranthambore National Park is home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, apart from being one of the most picturesque game reserves in the world. It is covered under Project Tiger, which is one of Asia's most ambitious and important conservation efforts. Because of this these majestic tigers can be spotted during the day quite accustomed and undisturbed by human presence. The park derives its name from the 11th century fort of Ranthambore, which sits on a rocky outcrop in the forest and was a vital citadel for the control of Central India. Though overrun by vegetation, remnants of the summer palaces, temples and guard stones within the fort still remain. Earlier the hunting reserve of the Maharajas of Jaipur, the park at Ranthambore was once the scene of royal hunting parties.
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