Situated in Madhya Pradesh, the Bandhavgarh National Park is rated amongst the best national parks of India. Spread over an area of approximately 400 sq. km, the park comprises undulating hills, steep ridges, lush green forest and open meadows, along with diverse flora and fauna. It is divided into three major zones, namely Tala, Magdi and Bamera, with the first being the most famous for its high density of tigers.
Once a favourite hunting preserve of the Maharaja of Rewa, it is a natural habitat of a rich variety of wildlife, including the Royal Bengal tigers. Other attractions are leopard, sloth bear, sambhar, nilgai, striped hyena and wild boar, among others. The verdant forests and grasslands are home to colourful birds, insects and herbivores. The park also houses the magnificent Bandhavgarh Fort and many historic caves with inscriptions dating back to the Treta Yuga. According to Hindu mythology, this fort was gifted by Lord Rama to Lakshman, His younger brother.
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