About Bandhavgarh

Located in the Umaria District of Madhya Pradesh Bandhavgarh was declared a National Park in 1968. With a core area of a 105 sqkms and a buffer area of 437 sqkms spread over the forest divisions of Katni and Umaria, the popularity of the park belies its small size, and the density of the tiger population is one of the highest in India.

The park was the hunting preserve of the erstwhile ruling family of the state of Rewa and Maharaja Martand Singh captured the first white tiger in this area in 1951. Mohan as he was fondly named is now stuffed and on display in the palace of the Maharaja.

The four main zones of the park are Tala,Maghdi, Khitauli and Panpatta and together they form the core of the 'Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve'. The area is known for its biodiversity and lists under North Indian Moist Deciduous Forests. The vegetation is chiefly Sal trees in the valleys and on the lower slopes, gradually changing to mixed deciduous forest on the hills and the drier areas to the south and west.

Bandhavgarh is one of the premier tiger breeding and siting areas in the country and an absolute must visit for the ardent wildlife lover.

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