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The Wild Magic of the Bandhavgarh National Park Jungle

Bandhavgarh national park is located at Madhya Pradesh in Central India.  The park is within a forested area and is surrounded by the Vindhya hills.  The park began to flourish after it has handed over to the government in 1968 by the Maharaja and declared a protected area.  The park of Bandh…
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The Wild Magic Of The Bandhavgarh National Park Jungle

Bandhavgarh national park is located at Madhya Pradesh in Central India. The park is within a forested area and is surrounded by the Vindhya hills. The park began to flourish after it has handed over to the government in 1968 by the Maharaja and declared a protected area. 8 more words

24th January 2016 – Bandhavgarh, Katina and an overnight train.

Up at quarter to six. Put all of my clothes on, the lot. Went outside for chai, then onto the jeeps and off we went. 229 more words

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23rd January 2016 - Bandhavgarh Tiger Resort

Up very early and out. Khajuraho was an interesting place but the local drug dealers were a pain. We bought a couple of coats for tomorrows early morning safari, which was a story in itself. 183 more words

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22nd January 2016 - Khajuraho

Up, out and on our bus. In the fog we risked out mortal vehicles on a journey further south to Khajuraho (secret date trees). This was, until fairly recently a jungle which concealed some incredible Hindu temples with the most intricate carvings. 186 more words

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Winter in the Woodlands of Bandhavgarh

Ever since my jungle obsession set in, Bandhavgarh was always a place I wanted to visit. Known to have the highest density of Bengal tigers, the park is one of the most popular destinations for wildlife lovers across the globe. 628 more words

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Thrilling Adventure Trip in India

Is wildlife your weakness? If yes, then you are at the right place right now. You might have been aware about the fact many of our wild species have reached to the point of extinction. 373 more words

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