December 08, 2023
Nestled in the eastern part of Rajasthan, Ranthambore National Park is a wildlife enthusiast's haven and a nature lover's paradise. Renowned for its thriving population of Bengal tigers, this national park offers an immersive experience in the heart
of the Indian wilderness.
The Safari Experience:
Embarking on a safari in Ranthambore is like stepping into a scene from a wildlife documentary. The sprawling landscape, dotted with ancient ruins and dense foliage, sets the stage for an encounter with some of India's most iconic wildlife. From
elusive leopards to spotted deer and vibrant bird species, the park is a treasure trove of biodiversity.
As the open-top safari vehicle meanders through the rugged terrain, the anticipation of spotting a majestic tiger becomes palpable. The experienced guides regale visitors with tales of the park's rich history and its role in wildlife conservation,
adding depth to the adventure.
Midway Surprise - Birthday Celebration:
Imagine the thrill of celebrating a birthday amidst the untamed beauty of Ranthambore National Park. Picture this: the safari vehicle makes a sudden stop, and to your surprise, the guide reveals a hidden spot adorned with festive
birthday decoration. Balloons sway gently in the breeze, and a delicious cake takes center stage, blending seamlessly with the natural surroundings.
The group comes together to sing the birthday song, surrounded by the sounds of the wilderness. It's a unique and unforgettable moment, making the Ranthambore experience even more special. The blend of nature's grandeur and the joyous celebration
creates memories that last a lifetime.
While Ranthambore is primarily known for its wildlife, the park offers more than just animal sightings. The historic Ranthambore Fort, standing tall within the park, provides panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes. Built in the 10th century,
the fort is a testament to the region's rich cultural and architectural heritage.
Local villages surrounding the park offer a glimpse into rural Rajasthan, allowing visitors to connect with the vibrant traditions and warm hospitality of the locals. Traditional art forms, handicrafts, and folklore performances provide a cultural
immersion that complements the raw beauty of the natural surroundings.
A tour to Ranthambore National Park is an adventure that transcends the ordinary. The thrill of wildlife encounters, the historical significance of the fort, and the unexpected joy of a birthday celebration amidst nature create a holistic experience.
Ranthambore is not just a destination; it's a journey that weaves together the tapestry of nature, culture, and celebration
March 11, 2023
dham Yatra is the most sacred pilgrim tour in India which is observed every year from May to October in Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. Many pilgrims keep worried about how to take on the journey or what are the rules or facilities to make the 10 days yatra
July 31, 2022
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April 22, 2022
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June 30, 2018
Rubus ellipticus, commonly known as Golden
Himalayan Raspberry or as yellow Himalayan
Raspberry, is an Asian species of thorny fruiting shrub in the rose family. It is native to China, theKashmir,
Indochina, and the Philippines.
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Kiwi or Chinese gooseberry (Actinidia
deliciosa) is grown widely in New Zealand, Italy, USA,
China, Japan, Australia, France,Pakistan,Iran, Kashmir, Chile and Spain.
mostly grown in the mid hills of Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, J & K, Sikkim, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh,Karnataka,Uttarakhand and Kerala. Having been very newly introduced in the country estimates of area and production have not yet become available.
Probably because they aren't mostly grown locally in India. They have to be imported. Import means taxes, more transportation charge, and higher risk of damage. All this leads to higher prices.
Kiwi fruit plant varieties cultivated
in India are Abbott, Allison, Bruno, Hayward, Monty and Tomuri.
Kiwi vine starts
bearing at the age of 4-5 years while the commercial production starts at the age of 7-8 years. The fruits mature earlier at lower altitude and later at high altitudes because of variation in temperature. Large sized berries are harvested first while smaller
ones are allowed to increase in size. After harvesting, the fruits are rubbed with a coarse cloth to remove stiff hairs found on their surface. Hard fruits are transported to the market. Subsequently, they lose their firmness in two weeks and become edible.
Since kiwi is a dioecious plant, it bears pistillate and staminate flowers separately. Commercially grown important pistillate and staminate cultivars are:
This is an early flowering and early maturing cultivar. The oblong, medium sized, fruits are covered with dense hairs. They are very sweet in taste with lower ascorbic acid content and medium titratable acidity.
Fruits resemble those of Abbott, except that these are slightly broader in proportion to its length. The petals of its flowers are overlapping and crimped along with margins. It is an early ripening, heavy bearer and sweet in taste. Ascorbic acid and titratable
acidity are on the lower side. This variety is most suited for Himachal Pradesh.
This cultivar requires comparatively less chilling period. The fruits are tapering in shape towards the stem end. They are longest among all the cultivars. The fruits is dark brown having very dense, short and bristly hair, highest in ascorbic acid and titratable
acidity. The bearing is very heavy.
Most popular cultivar or the world, Hayward is comparatively shy bearer with a tendency of biennial bearing. The fruit is broad and flat, being much wider in relation to length. It is superior in flavour with high sugar and ascorbic acid content. It requires
comparatively more chilling hours.
It is a late flowering cultivar but fruit maturity is not late. The fruits are oblong, resembling those of Abbot and Allison. Being a highly prolific bearer cultivar, sometimes it needs hand thinning for obtaining good sized fruits. The fruit is somewhat wider
towards blossom end with higher acidity and medium sugar content.
It is a good pollenizer for Hayward and Monty, the late flowering kiwis. Flowers appear usually in groups of 5. Allison : It is also used for pollenizing different cultivars.
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It is the second most expensive nut and needs cold and hilly terrain with a few days of sub-zero temperature. Therefore, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir make
the best choice in India. It takes three to five years for hazelnut plants to grow and yield fruit.
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