Sitamata Wildlife Sanctuary

Sitamata Wildlife Sanctuary in Rajasthan

Sitamata Wildlife Sanctuary was declared as a protected forest area by the Government of Rajasthan in 1979 and is famous for flying squirrel, which can be gliding from one tree to another around sunset in the Arampura forest. The wildlife sanctuary derives it name from Indian Mythology. According to hindu legends, Valmiki Ashrama from Ramayana, …

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Rulers of Pratapgarh

In the 14th century, Maharana Kumbha (1433–1468) ruled ruled mewar with capital at Chittorgarh. Due to a dispute, Kumbha expelled his younger brother Kshemkarn (1437–1473), from his territory. Kshemkarn’s family too refuge in the Aravali ranges, in the southernmost part of Mewar regime. In 1514, Kshemkarn’s son Prince Surajmal (1473–1530) became the ruler of Devalia (Devgarh) and established his capital …

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