Raj Bagh Ruins
The Raj Bagh ruins in the National Park Ranthambore are a group of ancient monuments situated on the bank of the Raj Bagh Talao. The Raj Bagh ruins consist of the outhouses of a palace and have arches domes, steps and turrets that provide shade to animals in Ranthambore National Park. The ruins are remnants of structures built by the Rajput rulers of the Ranthambore region, who also built the magnificent Raj Bagh Fort.
One of the unique sights of Ranthambore National Park is the sight of a peacock perched on one of the ancient ruins, arching its brilliant blue-green neck and calling loudly as its iridescent feathers reflect the rays of the sun. The tigers of Ranthambore often seek shelter in the shade under the arches and domes of the Rajbagh ruins. The sight of a tiger resting on the steps of the Raj Bagh ruins, symbolizes how nature and man coexist in the National Park Ranthambore.