Hidden Treasure of Wild Beauty : Kanha National Park
Culture , Food , History , Travel and Destinations / November 17, 2017

History of Kanha National Park Kanha was originally formed a part of the Gondwana which means “Land of Gonds”. Given forest were inhibited by two aboriginal tribes of Central India, Gonds and Baigas. If we travel surrounding villages of Kanha National Parks, we may found majority of villagers are from same tribes. In late 1880, during British era, Kanha national park, called Central Provinces was setting for Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book stories. One can find described landscapes in forest of Kanha & Pench in Central India. Kanha national park spread across 940 sq. km; that is one of the largest parks in Madhya Pradesh where the majestic royal Bengal tigers are found in good numbers. Overview of Kanha National Park Kanha Kisli Tiger Reserve abounds in meadows or maidens which are basically open grasslands that have sprung up in fields of abandoned villages, evacuated to make way for the animals. There are many species of grass recorded at Kanha some of which are important for the survival of Barasingha. Dense forested zones with good crown cover have abundant species of climbers, shrubs and herbs flourishing in the understory. Aquatic plants in numerous “tal” (lakes) are life line for migratory and…

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