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bandhavgarh national park India Bandhavgarh is a famous tiger reserve in Madhya Pradesh state of Central India. In the heart of Kipling's country, it is the best place to see the most endangered big cat, the Royal Bengal Tiger. It is the tiger country where one could have very good tiger sighting with comparatively less efforts due to high density of tigers in this forest area. Cradled between the Vindhya ranges and the eastern flanks of Satpura ranges of Central Indian Highlands, Bandhavgarh National Park lies mostly in Umaria district and partly in Katni district of Madhya Pradesh, India. Because of great probability of tiger sighting, it is best known as the ‘tiger land’ of India.

The Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve (1161.471 sq. km.) comprises of Bandhavgarh National Park (448.842 sq. km.), Panpatha Wildlife Sanctuary (245.842 sq. km.) and a Buffer Zone (466.787 sq.km.) surrounding both the Park and the Sanctuary.
Initially, an area of 105 sq. km. was declared as the Bandhavgarh National Park in 1968, which was extended to 448.842 sq. km. in 1982. Panpatha Wildlife Sanctuary was notified in 1983. In 1993, the Bandhavgarh National Park, the Panpatha Wildlife Sanctuary and the Buffer Zone were together declared as the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve under Project Tiger.


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