Kumbhalgarh National Park, situated amidst the Aravali Range of Rajasthan in western India, surrounds the fort of Kumbhalgarh. Spread across a massive area of 608.5
7 sq km, it is home to the Bhil and Garasia tribals. It is a deciduous type of forest boasting of a vast treasure of wildlife with species like chinkaras, wolves, peacocks, doves, grey pigeons, bulbul, grey jungle fowl, red spur owls, parakeets, golden orioles, white breasted kingfisher and the hyenas. That's not it, the sanctuary also houses the Ranakpur Jain Temples. This sprawling National Park is located in the backdrop of the fort of Kumbhalgarh. All in all a place with pristine environs, cool puff of air and the abundance of wildlife, makes this a top attraction near Rajsamand.
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