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Old 23rd April 2010, 11:37   #16
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Pictures are nice.
It was nice to see so many langurs at one place. In my school days they were often sighted on the roof top but now they are not seen atleast in the cities.quite a long tail they have. Didn't you photograph the dog and cat sitting together, that pic would have been nice.
Liked your short travelogue.Nice start. Now plan for your next road trip.
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Old 23rd April 2010, 11:47   #17
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Pictures are nice.
It was nice to see so many langurs at one place. In my school days they were often sighted on the roof top but now they are not seen atleast in the cities.quite a long tail they have. Didn't you photograph the dog and cat sitting together, that pic would have been nice.
Liked your short travelogue.Nice start. Now plan for your next road trip.
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seems like they were very photo conscious. before i could take out the camera and click, the cat was gone .
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Ummm, are rules tighter now?

Earlier you could take your own vehicle inside free every Tuesday/Saturday courtesy pandupole!

That said, the nuh decision was a really bad one. It doesn't save any distance for anyone!
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Ummm, are rules tighter now?

Earlier you could take your own vehicle inside free every Tuesday/Saturday courtesy pandupole!

That said, the nuh decision was a really bad one. It doesn't save any distance for anyone!
Well I don't know about tuesday beacuse I have never been there on tuesday but on saturday its not free .... thats for sure because the first time when I went to sariska it was a saturday only.
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Very interesting writing and a sincere travelogue.

Sariska is the place where they had wiped out the Tigers, right?Sighting the big cats is extremely rare even in sanctuaries with good population. So better luck next time

In one of the photos i saw a water bottle discarded by somebody. A sad state
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Very interesting writing and a sincere travelogue.

Sariska is the place where they had wiped out the Tigers, right?Sighting the big cats is extremely rare even in sanctuaries with good population. So better luck next time

In one of the photos i saw a water bottle discarded by somebody. A sad state
Thanks a lot buddy and yes Sariska is the same forest from where every single tiger was lifted or killed and in 2005 there were no tigers left in sariska which resulted in entire replacement of staff of forest. And yes nice observation regarding the empty bottle
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Two tigressess & one tiger from Ranthambore have been translocated in Sariska two years ago, after the PM tiook personal interest. Last known, one of the tigresses conceived and gave birth to cubs. Hope their tribe increases.

A few pictures of Sariska & Pandupole when I went in 2007.

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Two tigressess & one tiger from Ranthambore have been translocated in Sariska two years ago, after the PM tiook personal interest. Last known, one of the tigresses conceived and gave birth to cubs. Hope their tribe increases.

A few pictures of Sariska & Pandupole when I went in 2007.
Yes the news of birth of cubs is true and hopeto see more tigers in the future. And very nice pictures.
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Nice TL Buddy. Here are few pics from my visit to Sariska in 2007.

I went there on a tuesday and the entry was free ( Lucky me ) , honestly speaking i did not like the place too much and am not planning to go there anytime soon unless i've to take someone who's visiting Delhi. This is purely my Opinion.
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Nice TL Buddy. Here are few pics from my visit to Sariska in 2007.
the last one was quite a risky pic as they say that one should not get out of the car but still that was a nice picture. though hopeyou don't repeat this again
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