Settled in the Aravali Hills over a region of around 800 Sq. Km covering the prairies, dry deciduous woods, precipices and rough scene, lays the Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary, now known as The Sariska Tiger Reserve. This region was at one time a chasing conservation of The Maharaja of Alwar.
The Reserve is known for its glorious Royal Bengal Tigers. It is the principal tiger hold to move the Tigers from Ranthambore effectively. As it lies in the lap of Aravali Hills, it holds a bounteous measure of mineral assets like copper. The secured zone of the Sariska Tiger Reserve has an assorted geology, running from rough scenes, clean thistle parched timberlands, bumpy precipices, dry deciduous woodlands and fields.
The territory of the hold measures around 866 sq. Km. It was announced as a national stop in 1982. The secured territory is a piece of the Aravali Range and the Kathiawar-Gir dry deciduous woods ecoregion. Sariska pulls in a great deal of nature sweethearts, untamed life devotees alongside ious history buffs.