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Rajasthan: Mukundra Hills National Park in Kota is a nature’s wonder

An incredible mountainous reserve which was once a royal hunting preserve of the Maharaja of Kota, is a national park in Rajasthan, India with an area of 759.99 km2 (293.43 sq mi).

Lying along the southeastern border of Kotal this forest is extremely rich with a wide vareity of flora and fauna. Established back in 2004, this beautiful national park consists of three wildlife sanctuaries including, Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary, National Chambal Sanctuary, and Jawahar Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary.

Mukundra is one of the most famous and noteworthy national parks in Rajasthan which is a home to a wide variety of species including Bengal tiger, the Indian wolf and the Indian leopard are the major carnivores in this reserve. Prey species include the chital, sambar deer, wild boar and the nilgai. Sloth bear and chinkara also inhabit the area. Reptiles include the Mugger crocodile and the gharial.

The beautiful landscape of this park located in the Khathiar-Gir dry deciduous forests includes four rivers that flow in this region, the rivers are Chambal river, Kali river, Ahu river, Ramzan river along with mountains and hills.

Rajasthan: Mukundra Hills National Park in Kota is a nature's wonder

Mukundra hills national park is open for all the nature lovers from Monday to Sunday, 10.00 AM- 5.00 PM with an entry fee of ₹250.

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