If Rajasthani sand speaks about the tales of friendship and brotherhood then it is also full of tales of betrayal and sibling rivalries. The Fort of Kankwari stands witness to one such bloody battle between the two sons of The Mughal Emperor Shahejahan. Dara Shukoh, Shahejahan's youngest son had use...
The mornings and evenings are the busiest periods in a day and the same holds true even in the forests. The Jungle Safari organized for groups from the guest house or from the entrance is a thrilling ride full of amusement and trepidation throughout. It's the dawn and dusk period when the wildlife v...
The Sariska National Park is definitely larger than many other Project Tiger Parks in India however, it's the non commercialized aspect of the park that haps in retaining the charm of this natural abode. Covering an area of more than 850 sq km, the park boasts of a core area stretching upto more tha...
The land of warriors cannot be spared by places of worship. The temples of Rajasthan are a class apart and the temple of Naldeshwar near Sariska is a masterpiece. The temple is located at some distance off the highway joining Sariska to Alwar. The temple itself has to be approached on foot after rea...
Continuing with the temple pilgrimage the Neelkanth Mahadeva (Blue throat Lord Shiva) temple town located in the vicinity of Tehla, is famous for accommodating ruins of more than 300 temples dedicated to the Hinduism and Jainism. These temples believed to be constructed between the 7th and the 12th ...
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Sariska Weather in January
Very Cold, Foggy
Temperature varies from 3 to 25°C in January.
The weather is very cold and heavy woolens are required. One of the best months for sightseeing and jungle tours. January is the coldest season of the year but the temperature is still bearable. Tourists travelling with kids need to take extra care though.
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