Kanha is not only one of India’s largest tiger’s reservoir and savior of many endangered species but Kanha is where wildlife breathes. A Tiger reserve in the Mandla and Balaghat districts of Madhya Pradesh, Kanha is mushrooming over breathtaking 940 sq kms.
Unfurl Kanha’s Jungle Book and you will discern tall grassy meadows, stupendous panoramic views, tweeting birds and nature’s grandeur crying out to you to relive life in its arms as it stirred celebrated jungle book author, Rudyard Kipling. In our records, year 1955 owes onus to the origin of; now Asia’s largest wildlife park. Since its inception this park has been the natural habitat to rare hardground Barasingha (Cervus Duvaceli Branderi) and persists to be the home land for many rare species with its boundless conservation measures. Driving thrust to its eastern and western halves, the forests of Banjar Valley and Halon valley respectively continues to be the native soil of deer’s and tiger’s populace.