Satpura Tiger Reserve
SATPURA TIGER RESERVE
SATPURA TIGER RESERVE
SATPURA TIGER RESERVE
SATPURA TIGER RESERVE
SATPURA TIGER RESERVE
SATPURA TIGER RESERVE
SATPURA TIGER RESERVE
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Salient Feature

Important Tiger Habitat

The Area is the part of important tiger bearing landscape of over 10,000 sq. km. The rich floral diversity is reflected in wide range of herbivorous species like Gaur, Sambhar, Cheetal, Barking Deer, Blue bull, Chouwsinga and Chinkara. After relocation of villages large chunks of grassland have been formed which provide suitable habitat for Tigers. Presently Madhai,Churna and Bori areas have fairly good population tigers in reserve. saal

Archaeological Importance

historically

Str is very important form veiw point of archaeology and study of human evolution history as there are more than 50 rock shelters with beautiful painting which are 1500 to 10,000 years old and some of them are having very rare depictions

Pilgrimage

Situated in the cradle of Satpura Range in Madhya Pradesh Pachmarhi is a paradise. It is very popular with holiday makers as it has large number of natural sightseeing places and weather is cool. The forest clad table top mountains, deep glens with snaking rivers and the vivid terrain all form part of the attraction. The hill resort is reachable from Pipariya Railway Station about three hours from Jabalpur Rail Head in the Indian State of Madhya Pradesh. str

Wetland

str The Tawa reservoir, which have more than 220 sq. Km. of area withing PA stretching over Tawa, Devwa, Sonbhadra,Malini,Koti etc. river create a big wetland and have developed into year round as well as seasonal habitats for the wintering and resident waterfowl, apart from Muggur and a small population of otter.

Highest peaks of Central India

The Satpura Range is a range of hills in central India. The range rises in eastern Gujarat state running east through the border of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh to the east till Chhattisgarh. The range parallels the Vindhya Range to the north, and these two east-west ranges divide Indian Subcontinent into the Indo-Gangetic plain of northern India and the Deccan Plateau of the south. The Narmada River originates from north-eastern end of Satpura and runs in the depression between the Satpura and Vindhya ranges, draining the northern slope of the Satpura range, running west towards the Arabian Sea.

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