Jogi Mahal is a beautiful guest house located in Ranthambore National Park in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan state. Jogi Mahal is an important attraction of Ranthambore National Park, which is located in front of the Ranthambore Fort and on the banks of Padmala Talab. Where tourists can see various species of animals and birds wandering in Ranthambore Park while drinking water.
Jogi Mahal was built by the royal family of Jaipur. And many generations of the royal family used it as a hunting and lodge. This guest house provides all modern facilities for tourists. Tourists can enjoy a soothing view of Padam Talav from the Jogi Mahal.
Jogi Mahal is a beautiful and interesting attraction built amidst Ranthambore Park. A huge banyan tree near the Jogi Mahal is the second-largest banyan tree in India. Those who want to enjoy Jogi Mahal can go from here to Lahpurand, Nal Valley, and Bakul to Anantapur.
This very beautiful place is an important attraction for nature and for animal lovers.