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History of India

Hundreds and thousands of books, literature and information floating all around us that confuses us. especially when you are talking about a 5000 year old heritage of a country like India.

We will try to simplify it for you and list it down as and how you enjoy reading our itineraries. All about current affairs, Bollywood movies, politics and the relation of Indian history with it.

Rulers of Delhi : Dynasty - Year wise.

Five dynasties ruled over the Delhi Sultanate sequentially:

Mamluk / Slave dynasty (1206–1290),

Khalji dynasty (1290–1320),

Tughlaq dynasty (1320–1414),

Sayyid dynasty (1414–1451),

Lodi dynasty (1451–1526),

Mughal dynasty (1526-1858),

British Empire (1858-1947)

Seven Cities of Delhi

  • Qila Rai Pithora. Ramparts of Qila Rai Pithora near the Qutab Minar. ...

  • Mehrauli. The 72-metre Tower of Victory, the Qutab Minar. ...

  • Siri Fort. A view of the Masjid in Siri Fort. ...

  • Tughlaqabad. The Tughlaqabad Fort. ...

  • Firozabad. Firoze's own tomb lies in Hauz-Khas. ...

  • Shergarh. Shergarh Fort. ...

  • Shajahanabad.

Birds found in Ranthambhore National Park: Around 320 species.

1. Peafowl

2. Cotton Pygmy Geese

3. Bronze-winged Jacana

4. Pheasant-tailed Jacanas

5. Flame backed Woodpecker

6. Common Kingfisher

7. White Throated Kingfisher

8. Indian Owlet. etc. to name a few...

King of the Jungle - the Indian Bengal Tiger, estimated population of the the big cat is around 71 in Ranthambhore National Park. You will see abundant spotted deers, Sambar Deer, Blue Antelope (Nilgai), Chinkara Antelope (or Indian Gazelle), Monkeys (Rhesus Macaque), Gray Langoors, Wild Boars, 

Ranthambhore National Park is spread in an area of 1,334 (515 sq.mi.) and was established as Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary in 1955. It was declared one of the Project Tiger reserves in 1973 and became a national park on 1 November 1980.

Rulers of Delhi
Seven cities of Delhi
Ranthambhore wildlife
Ranthambhore National Park
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