Ranakpur, Rajasthan– [28/08/2023] – In a monumental stride for wildlife conservation, the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has given the green light to establish Dholpur-Karauli as Rajasthan’s newest tiger reserve. This significant development elevates India’s count of tiger reserves to 54, reinforcing the nation’s commitment to preserving these majestic creatures.

New Tiger Reserve Announcement

“Dholpur-Karauli’s recognition as a tiger reserve marks a giant leap for wildlife conservation in Rajasthan,” tweeted Environment Minister Mr. Bhupender Yadav.

Situated amidst the picturesque landscapes of Rajasthan, Dholpur-Karauli joins the ranks of the state’s esteemed tiger reserves, including Ranthambore, Sariska, Mukundra Hills, and Ramgarh Vishdhari. This newest addition exemplifies Rajasthan’s dedication to protecting its rich biodiversity and securing a brighter future for its wildlife.

Kumbhalgarh Fort

Furthermore, the government has tentatively agreed to declare Kumbhalgarh as a tiger reserve, strengthening the state’s dedication to preserving nature. “This step towards wildlife conservation promises a brighter future for tigers and biodiversity in Rajasthan. The move will boost employment opportunities for the people of the region through eco-tourism,” shared Minister Yadav.

“Creation of more tiger reserves has a multifold impact on the local community. Creation of jobs directly & indirectly related to the reserve along with the associated industries such as tourism is what some of the areas need for their development. Located in the Ranakpur-Kumbhalgarh forest reserve, Mana Hotels is bound to benefit from the creation of the reserve in Kumbhalgarh specially”, said Mr. Vikas Bhati, Operations Manager at Mana Hotels.

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“The areas around Ranakpur including Choda, Sena, Perwa, Jawai, Bera,& Ghanerao are already well known for leopard sightings. We are excited to see what possibilities open up once the final permission for the Kumbhalgarh tiger sanctuary come through”, said Mr. Dheeraj Jain, Marketing Manager at Mana Hotels.

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