An exotic composition by Rudyard Kippling is an account of the Kanha's wildlife of Madhya Pradesh in India. He compiled a story above imagination of ours and his this imagination was the birth of the masterpiece that is still in our minds "The Jungle Book", the adventure story of Mowgli and his wonderful gang. This gave a worldwide fame to Kanha National Park which is also renowned as Tiger Land.
For a vivid description of the tiger lands you can go through the "High Lands of Central India" by James Forsyth. His book with the magnificent scapes and reserves hypnotize the tourist with the grace and beauty of the place. In this book the author quoted this place as "Grand – Serene & Larger Than Life". In the State of Madhya Pradesh in Central India, here is the quintessence of forest where you can find the far-fetched biodiversity.
This reserve bears the acclamation of being one amongst the finest conservation centre for tigers. The species that are found here are Leopard, Bengal Tiger, Sloth Bear, ubiquitous Spotted Deer, Swamp Deer, Blue Bull, splendid Sambar Deer, Hanuman Langur, Barking Deer, Wild boar, Four Horned Deer, Jackal and Fox and recently there is a discovery of Mouse Deer. The distinctiveness features of the wildlife at Kanha arte Leopards, Tigers, splendid Herds of Gaur, Swamp Deer.
The location of the Kanha Tiger Reserve is in the Balaghat and Mandla District of Madhya Pradesh. This is spread over an area of 1945 sq kilometres, being notified as tiger reserve beneath the Project Tiger Program. You will be shocked that more than 100 tigers are abode to Kanha National and also prey animals in large numbers. Here is a rare sight with the impressive numbers in the survival of Leopards. Here at Kanha you can enjoy a mind blowing experience and much more.
From Jabalpur city road Kanha Tiger Reserve is easily accessible that covers the distance of 156 kilometres. This city is also well connected by air, to reach here you can avail frequent flights from New Delhi and Mumbai.