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Bhandavgarh National Park

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Madhya Pradesh as the name suggest is located in the central part of India. At this strategic location flora and fauna varieties are found in abundance. The most outstanding feature of this national park is that it has the highest number of Tiger population in India because of the expanse and favourable condition for sustenance. For nature lovers Bandhavgarh National Park is the attraction point as it offers heart winning views with playful Foxes, Tiger cubs, jumping and rolling Ourangutans, colourful and enchanting birds. It is natural abode sheltering vide variety not only for animals but also for birds.

Bandhavgarh National Park at a Glance

State Madhya Pradesh

Best time to Visit Bandhavgarh National Park October to March
Languages spoken Marathi, English and Hindi
Seasons Summer (April-June), Winter (October-March), Monsoon (July-September)
Religions Hindu, Islamic, Jainism, Sikhism
Temperature Summer (30°C to 46°C) & Winter (0°C to 17°C)
Climate Semi-arid
Cuisine different country foods.

Bhandavgarh National Park
Bhandavgarh National Park

Bandhavgarh was once area for the hunting of royal families. Later with the passage of time looking at its expanse and ecological diversity it was converted into National Park.  It famous and hold prominent position of ecological map of India as it has highest number of Tiger Population.  This park can be broadly divided into four main areas viz; Tala, Magdhi, Khitauli, and Panpatta. Every region is divided based upon the variety of animals found and dwell. Bandhavgarh Tigers are popular around the world and for some of them documentary as been shot by National Geographic on the life of very famousMohini& Charger    . One can get the best shots for playing and cheering tigers along with other varieties of animals.