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The lotuses and water lilies after which the largest lake in the Park is known as Padam Talab were totally absent as there was not a drop of water in the lake when we visited it in the morning of 19th June 2018 . We...More
This zone is the core area of the tiger and the best chance one stands to get a glimpse of the beautiful beast ! Plus the flora and fauna...with old dilapidated ruins make it worth a visit. Yes !! Visit it you must !!!
this lake located inside ranthambore nation park ...a good view with lot of white lillies,,,lotus .Crocodile and tiger and other animals sighted well in summer when water start drying out in hot weather
This is one of the largest Water Body inside the Ranthambore National Park and you can always see a ton of animals on the bank of the ponds, along with birds and some crocodiles as well, it is a great place to spend some time...More
Padam Talab, is located in the interiors of the Ranthambore National Park. The lake is huge and frequented with thirsty animals. Good place to enjoy the beauty and nature while quietly waiting to see some animals
The sunset here is awesome .
The crocs in the lake are notorious as we once saw them eat up a yelping sambhar deer baby who had come to drink water . the mother deer was calling out to her but the baby was caught...More