'Tiger, Tiger, burning bright…' spotting a tiger is absolutely a matter of luck. But why not try your luck ? Come to Ranthambore to watch the tiger. The dense jungle near Sawai Madhopur was once the game hunting ground of the royal family of Jaipur. Later in independent India, it was converted to a Tiger Reserve when the Project Tiger was launched to conserve Tiger. The jungle itself is also alluring enough. Fall prey to the intriguing charms in Ranthambore. The Ranthambore Fort also feature among the tourist attractions in Ranthambore. The national park starts just at the foot of the fort. The 10th century fort is perched on a rocky protrusion and houses summer palaces, cenotaphs, tombs and bauris or stepped-wells in the complex. The fort has a rich history and has witnessed many battles. Legend has it that once over a thousand women in the fort had preferred to commit suicide than fall prey to the victorious invader.