The Rajaji National Park sprawls over an area of 820.42 sq. km along the foothills of Shivalik ranges. The Rajaji National Park was established in the year 1983 by amalgamating three wildlife sanctuaries namely Rajaji, Motichur and Chilla.The park is named after the famous freedom fighter and the first and the last Governor General of Independent India, Sri C. Rajgopalachariya popularly referred as “Rajaji”.This park is one of the place in the Shivalik range representing the Shivalik eco-system. The number of visitors visiting the Rajaji National Park is numerous for it is spread in three districts Dehradun, Haridwar & Pauri Garhwal of Uttaranchal State, India. Apart from the number of streams and brooks flowing in this area, the park is also nourished and flourished by the majestic Ganges which flows through the park for a distance of at least 24kms.The Rajaji National Park is rich in fossils which include both its flora and fauna thus giving a lot of opportunities to wildlife and nature lovers.