KANHA NATIONAL PARK MADHYA PRADESH
KANHA NATIONAL PARK MADHYA PRADESH

KANHA NATIONAL PARK MADHYA PRADESH

Kanha National Park and Tiger Reserve is a vast expanse of grassland and forest in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.  It has been spread across two districts, viz., the Mandala and the Kalaghat.  Existing in 940 square kilometers in the Maikal hills, Kanha National Park had been one of the oldest declared reserve forests in India (Kanha - a reserve forest - declared in 1879).  Adding the buffer zone to the core area of the park, the Kanha National Park alias Kanha Tiger Reserve is spread in 1945 square kilometers. 

The park is a paradise home to tigers, leopards, different species of deer, especially the rare hardground Swamp Deer, known as "Barasingha" and obviously the rule of jungle is the way of life to all animals in here. The park has saved the Barasingha from near extinction through its preservation programmes.  The flora and fauna are totally in the lap of Mother Nature and animals' following the simplest criterion of "Survival of the fittest" and proceeding with their natural instincts is the only lifestyle to them.  Elephant and jeep safari facilities are availanble in here to observe the jungle life.   Saying in a nutshell, "Majestic and Pure".  

      

 

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