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Kanha National Park , Madhya Pradesh

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Kanha National Park, also known as Kanha Tiger Reserve, is a large range of grassland and forest in Madhya Pradesh. This impressive 940 square kilometre park is the habitat of the majestic Royal Bengal tiger. It is regarded as one of the best managed parks in Asia and is well-known for its strict conservation initiatives to protect the local ecosystem, flora, and fauna. The barasingha (swamp deer) was saved from extinction by the park, which is another of its many accomplishments. The park is also home to other majestic animals, like leopards and wild dogs. The English author Rudyard Kipling is said to have been so enchanted by this park’s lush green meadows and dense Sal forests that he used it as the inspiration for his famous book “The Jungle Book.” The award-winning National Geographic film, “Land of the Tigers,” was also shot here. Numerous breath-taking natural views are offered by the vast acres of lush, verdant green that make up the national park. Experience the thrill of seeing wild animals in their natural habitat on a safari through the park.

Nearby Places to See

This town is located on the banks of the sacred River Narmada, which flows on three sides of the settlement. This historic site, which is situated 65 kilometres from Kanha, features a number of ghats on the riverbank. It was the capital city of the Gond kingdom. More than 30 temples were constructed along the riverbank between 1680 and 1858. There is a partially ruined fort palace in Ramnagar, about 15 kilometres from Mandla. The city is home to the Rani Durgawati Museum and the Archaeological Museum.
Kanha Museum
It is located within the national park and is cared for by the MP state forest department. The park’s history, geography, and topography are all explained in detail in the museum.
Kawardha Palace
Maharaja Dharamraj Singh commissioned the construction of this palace between 1936 and 1939. The palace’s main entrance is called Hathi Darwaza, which literally means “elephant door.” It is located in the state of Chattisgarh and Kanha is at a distance of 90 kilometres or 140 kilometres, depending on which part of the national park one is in.