At Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh, the Bandhavgarh National Park is remarkably reputed for being the abode of highest density of Bengal Tigers. Based on bio-geographic classification, the park lies in the 6A-Deccan Peninsular zone in the central highlands. The national park is a haven of a wide variety of wildlife, especially big cats and a heaven for photographers and wildlife enthusiasts. Tracking and spotting tigers is the most favourite activity at Bandhavgarh. Here, the number of the tourists coming with the sole intention to spot tigers surpasses the number of tourists coming to explore the wildlife along with the Bengal Tigers.

The archeological sites add to the interests of the tourists to visit Bandhavgarh. The Bandhav-Dish temple of the Bandhavgarh Fort, Badi Gufa, Sesh Saiya, Three Cave Point, etc. are to name a few.

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A Tiger Caused Death to a Baby Elephant at Bandhavgarh Reserve Madhya Pradesh

April 11, 2023

An elephant calf was found dead at Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve as reported by the tiger reserve officials on 11th April. The age of the baby elephant was estimated to be one and half years old. According to the Deputy Director of the tiger reserve it was the first instance ever in the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve and also in Madhya Pradesh. The incident took place at the Badbah Muda of Chitrao Beat in the Panpatha Corps range. On investigation, the cause of death was proven to be Tiger attack. Pug marks were found near the carcass and there were injuries on the calf’s neck that were those of tiger paws.

Tiger Killed Man Near Buffer Zone of Bandhavgarh Reserve

April 01, 2023

A man of 22 years old, was killed by a tiger at Kumbhai Village in the Manpur Buffer Zone of Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve. As informed by the locals, the man came out of his house to urinate in the late evening between 8pm – 9pm, when he got attacked by the tiger, hiding behind the bushes. The body of the man was found by his neighbours the next morning.

Suniel Shetty’s Visit to Bandhavgarh National Park

Dec 31, 2022

Veteran actor Suniel Shetty paid a visit to the Bandhavgarh National Park on 31st December. Admiring the aura of the place, Suniel Shetty gladly stated about his visit to gate no 4, where he witnessed the Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma statue at Sesh Saiya. His luck favoured him as he also got to spot tigers during his safari in Magadhi, Khitauli and Tala gate.

3 Years Imprisonment to Madhya Pradesh Forest Officer In Charge for Implicating 2 Officials in Tigress' Death

Dec 16, 2022

C K Patil, the former field director of Bandhavgarh National Park was sentenced to 3 years of imprisonment, along with a fine of Rs. 5000. The accused was proven guilty of implicating two officials, Akshay kumar Singh, the then CEO of Umaria zilla panchayat, now an IAS Cadre and Dr. K K Panday, the CEO of Manpur district. Both the officers were falsely framed in the killing of a tigress, a mother of 3 cubs. The incident took place on 19th May, 2010, in the Jhurjhurra area of Bandhavgarh reserve.  The autopsy report revealed that the death occurred due to immense internal haemorrhage, due to being hit by a vehicle. On December 16, 2022, C K Patil was charged under IPC sections 195A and 342 by the Judge Satish Shukla.