We started in Alwar. 



We went to a hotel with a rats in it and one of the rats got into our room my mum saw first on a table and we had to move room. And the new room was smaller and we had to sleep on the floor. 


This is a temple on top of a hill and we met some people and went back to the Hotel.


This is a Village near are fort and saw lots of small houses and cows.


Then we had a 7 hour drive from Alwar to Ramathra fort and here are some of


the animals found around the fort. Blue bull,common Langur, common Mongoose, swamp Crocodiles, Jackal and Leopards.


We went on a rowing across a bid lake with lots of birds. It took half an hour to get from side to the other.




This is a dead blue Bull killed by a tiger and it was an adult blue Bull.

The Tiger killed the Bull in the night and left it in the day and is

coming back in the night.




This is tiger footprints were the Tiger that killed the blue Bull.

And there were about 2 hour’s old and the tiger was hiding

somewhere close.




This is alive blue bull that is running and this was in Leopard territory. And there female but it was not in the picture because it was to far away.


It was freezing where this is this place is on the top of a mountain .At 6 A.m

Then we drove of in the jeep to another place And this was where this photo

was taken.


















Yesterday we were in Bundi.



This is the palace were the Maharaja stayed

And in the courtyard there was Elephant

fighting. There were monkeys running around and pigs and

dogs. There were lot’s of ruins and mosaics with home made

glass . It was overgrown and was 500 years old .

The Elephants were giving alchool. 





These are stone elephants carved at the gate of the palace.

And these Elephants were on stilts made of stone.

All around the Elephants there were Hornet nests.



This is the passage way women used because back then women we not allowed to be seen so when men were watching Elephant fighting the women would come up here and use the tunnels. Now the passage way and tunnels are inhabit with a family of monkeys and if you look close you can see a baby monkey.  




This is where the Maharaja use to sit And watch the Elephant

fighting . He also sat here and people came to him with gold,

silk and other goods. 





This is a painting in the Palace and it had gold foil in it.The painting had faded a bit and was kept in a dark place And when we left monkeys came in. While we were in we opened the window and saw a parrot. This panting has Ivory in it .   




3 thoughts on “Rajasthan

  1. Lynda

    Hi Tamir,

    Amazing latest blog on India. Great to hear all about the wild animals and see the places you have visited. Cool pictures of you, Omri and Zohar. Hope Zohar had a great 5th birthday yesterday in India.

    Take Care,

  2. Kathy Hand

    Hi Tamir
    What an AMAZING adventure you are on. You are gathering wonderful memories with your family – how lucky you are!!
    Bye for now

  3. Susan Greenwood

    Hey Tamir,

    Did sharona scream when she saw the rat! You are seeing a lot of animals, that must be so exciting. It has been cold and wet here so you are lucky to be in India. Do you miss pasta with pesto? Looking forward to seeing you and hearing about all your adventures. Love to everyone



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