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  • Kanha - Description of the City
  • Getting to Kanha

Kanha National Park is one of the original sanctuaries to be the part of the Project Tiger Programme. It is also one of the largest National Parks in Asia. Kanha is situated in the Central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The picturesque Kanha National Park was the inspiration behind Rudyard Kipling’s unforgettable Jungle Book. This National Park was created in 1955 by a special law, and since then it has dedicated itself in preserving a varieties of animal species.
Kanha not only vaunts of Indian’s largest Tiger population, but it is also known for its conservative efforts of many endangered species. The National Park has a diverse landscape and a hugely varied topography including hilly areas, thick forest and open grassland. This unique landscape offers a unique habitat of animals, which in addition to Tigers includes Chittal (spotted Deer), Langur Monkeys, Wolve and the elusive leopard.

  • By Air -- Jabalpur the most convenient place to approach the National Park from has the nearest airport. It is very well connected with New Delhi and Mumbai, which makes it easy and comfortable for a traveller to reach the National Park.
  • By Rail -- Jabalpur is the most convenient place to approach from the Kanha National Park, It is the major railway station with good connectivity with most of the major cities in India.

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