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Striped beauties of Bandhavgarh

“Tiger Tiger” whispered the guide animatedly, the thrill and excitement in his voice not dimmed even after innumerable tiger sightings he must have had in the last 19 years that he has been in Bandhavgarh. 987 more words


Mystic Forest of Bandhavgarh !! Lock your eyes with the KING of Jungle !!!

Welcome to the Mystic Forest of Bandhavgarh !!

From vast grasslands with lofty ridges to sal forests alongside,
it is no wonder that the Bandhavgarh National Park is such popular attraction for visitors which apart from being one of the prime habitats of tiger breeding in the world, encompasses some of the variegated species including birdlife and insect class too. 112 more words

Jungle Safari

Bison Trans Location Bandhavgarh National Park

Our conversation with Mr. Sandeep Agarwal a veterinarian at Kanha National Park was an eye opener. I was at Courtyard House Kanha along with retired PCCF of Jharkhand and a senior member of State Forest Division in Madhya Pradesh. 338 more words

Bandhavgarh National Park

I am back!!

Hi all! I am back from the wonderful trip to Madhya Pradesh!

It is such a beautiful place! I think we under-rate India as a place of travel too much! 235 more words


Blue-eyed tigers

I was sitting in the 2AC coach of the Indore-Jabalpur express, waiting for the train to start moving. The plan was to travel 700 kilometres to the Bandhavgarh National Park, known to have the highest density of wild Bengal tigers anywhere in the world. 2,121 more words


Vijaya - The Warrior Queen

(Obituary published in the November issue of Saevus Wildlife)

4 year old Vijaya was a bold, buoyant and a beautiful tigress. Like all striped kings and queens of Bandhavgarh she was a favorite for lens-men who yearned for her 1 shot. 1,861 more words


Six of the Best - places to visit in India

A personal reflection:

6. Tribal areas of western Orissa

A long way from the traditional image of India, the tribal communities of western Orissa feel more like Africa in many respects. 692 more words