Sariska National Park Industrial Visit

Sariska going students can visit Neemrana for their industrial visit Rajasthan government, through Rajasthan Industrial Cooperation (RIICO), has developed industrial zones in various stages in Neemrana in Alwar district in the past several years. Apart from the usual industrial areas, the Export Promotion Industrial Park (EPIP) and the Japanese Zone in Majarkanth is particularly noteworthy, the main industrial setup in the region includes United beverages, Parle, Ginni International, Electrolux Kelvinator, Terry Plus etc.

Originally the private hunting ground of the Maharaja of Alwar, this national park in Alwar district has allured several wildlife photographers and enthusiasts in large number.

Within the confines of the park one can find sites of historical importance including the famed Kankwadi fort. Pandupol in the hills in the middle of the Sariska National Park was the place where the Pandava brothers of the Mahabharata fame spent their days when in exile.

Sights to See

Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary, being part of Rajasthan which experience tropical climate, so here the summer are extreme hot and same is the condition in winter season too. But even then people prefer to travel to Sariska, in the summer because due to the heat, the wild animals are found hovering around the water spots and it’s a sheer delight to watch.

The park is home to a large number of species that include hanuman langur, the Bengal tiger, leopards,  golden jackal, jungle cat, caracal, chital, sambhar, striped hyena, chinkara, nilgai, four-horned antelope ‘chousingha’, and a wide array of bird species and reptiles.

Other attractions
The park is not only reputed for its for flora and fauna, but there are various ancient monuments too that increase its attraction. Within the confines of the Sariska National Park one can find sites of historical importance.

The famed Kankwadi fort, built by the erstwhile ruler of Jaipur, Jai Singh II, is known for being the prison of Dara Shikoh , the eldest son of Shah Jahan.Dara Shikoh was defeated and killed by his brother and the sixth Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb in the war of succession to the Mughal throne.

According to tradition, Pandupol in the hills in the middle of the Sariska National Park was the place where the Pandava brothers of the Mahabharta fame spent their days when in exile. Pilgrims from across India come to visit the Hanuman temple in Pandupol.

How would you like to travel?

The nearest airport to Sariska National park is Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. Visitors can fly to Delhi or Jaipur and move to Alwar by rail or road.
Alwar is nearest Railway Station connected with all major places and cities in india.
Sariska National park is connected by motorable roads with all places and cities in India.
Sariska National park is:
  • 110 km from Jaipur
  • 200 km from delhi
  • 205 km from Agra

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Industries Enroute

  • United Beverages Ltd
  • Parle Foods Pvt Ltd

And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries


Siliserh (15 km)
A beautiful lake set quietly against wooded hills, the place is also famous for enchanting Palace. This resort overlooking the lake is converted into a hotel. A motor launch is available for cruising on the lake.
Alwar (37 Km)

Alwar was formerly the capital of the princely state of Alwar. It was formerly spelt as “Ulwar” in British India. This placed it in last position in alphabetically ordered lists, so a king changed the spelling to “Alwar” to bring it to the top
Deeg (76 km)
The place is famous for its fort and palaces laid out amidst lovely gardens, tanks and fountains

Bairath (66 km)
People come here to visit the minor-rock edict of Emperor Ashok.

Rajorgarh (64 km)
The ruins of the 7th – 10th centuries AD Kingdom of Gorjara – Pratiharas lie in this deserted valley. Talvvaksha and a Nilkanth Mahadev Shrine are other important sites worth a visit.

Jaisamand Lake (6 km)
A beautiful picnic spot with ornamental pavilions it is a popular excursion from Sariska.

Vijay Mandir Palace (10 km)
Over-looking a picturesque lake it was built by Maharaja Jain Singh.