A visit to world known Ranthambore National Park, India
According to information provided on park’s official website (http://www.ranthamborenationalpark.com/flora.html), flora is mainly consists of Magnifera indica (Aam), Tamarandus indica(Imli) , Accasia nilotica (Babul), Ficus benghalensis (Bargad), Zizyphus mauritania (Ber), Accacia catetchu (Khair), Phoenix sylvestris (Khajur), Azadirachta indica (Neem) etc.
A red colored lake was seen in the national park (the red color was due to red algae most probably).
A garden is maintained here by Archaeological Survey of India in fort area. It is nicely bordered by purple and orange bougainvilleas.
Old banyan trees can be saw here easily. A gigantic banyan tree considered as India’s second largest is situated near padam Talao (a lake) in the national park.
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