Kanha National Park the land of Tigers in Madhya Pradesh India

by Teerath Singh seo

Tigers of Kanha National Park 

The gaur herd moved in a straight line one behind the other in absolute silence. A pristine spectacle unfolded and we were thrilled to the bone – Kanha is Magical!

In the deep recess of the forest lives the tiger. Kanha National Park is the land of the tiger and much more. The forests were one of the first to receive conservation status during the British Raj in India. Halon and Banjar valleys were notified as sanctuaries and hunting were banned. Subsequently in the post-independence era, the jungles were notified in 1955 as Kanha National Park a name that is still a matter of much speculation.    

Kanha is one of the best places to see the tiger in its natural surroundings. The fauna and floral diversity can at best be described as amazing. From the primordial soup and emergence of life, the jungles stand untouched and unspoiled. The stands of Sal and Saaz exhibit monumental grace that far surpasses what man has built.

The present-day park is 1945 of which 940 sq km is the core. 1005 sq km is the buffer zone that provides support to the core area which is the tourism zone as well.  The Project Tiger Program brought Kanha under its program  in the year       

The tiger is one of the best-managed conservation units in Asia. The park was glorified due to its conservation of Hard Ground Barasingha or Swamp Deer. The critically endangered species was brought back to a stable status due to commendable efforts of the park management & Dr. George Schaller. The latter’s groundbreaking efforts brought to light many factors affecting the enchanting animal and hence success in protection became a reality.   

The area of the preserve is subject to intense preservation activities activity especially the critical tiger habitat. The protection to the tiger has given succor to the ecosystem as a whole making Kanha as one of the richest biodiversity regions in India.

Tourism has become an inseparable aspect of this magnificent preserve. Controlled tourism is carried in the different zones created in the core area. Tourism acts as a sentinel thanks to the roving eyes of the tourists. It is an eye-opener and an invaluable learning interface for those uninitiated with the way an ecosystem works and its value deliverance to the environment as a whole.

A large number of people in the tourism and hotel industry find jobs and benefit-sharing opportunities here. The responsible practice includes the opportunity to those who have been relocated from within. Tourism and eco-development scheme benefit and empower the local communities.

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About Teerath Singh Junior   seo

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