Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve in India
Tadoba National Park located inside Tadoba Andhari Tiger reserve named after God ‘Taru’ or Tadoba is crowned as the jewel of Vidharba; lies in the north-eastern part of Maharashtra in the Chandrapur district.
This national park is blessed by the mythological history where Taru the village chief was killed by a tiger in a mythological encounter. Wildlife tourists coming to this park don’t miss to visit the shrine of God Taru located on the bank of Tadoba Lake, underneath a huge tree.
Health of the Park
The health of a national park is determined by the tiger population. Data of Tadoba National Park collected by field director and CCR, TATR with the help of special software was forwarded to wildlife institute ofIndia. The data concluded that tiger population in Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is quite healthy
Moreover,Tadoba was rated by National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) as well-managed. As per latest report,this national park was the first tiger reserve in India where more than 32 cubs were seen, most of these young hunters have survived.
A latest report also shows that population of tiger in Maharashtra has seen 12% rise and Tadoba being the oldest and largest national park deserves an appreciation for this.
Treasure and Beauty of Tadoba National Park in maharshtra
A jungle safari ride will take one to view the treasure and natural beauty of Tadoba, its flora and fauna uniqueness.
- Marsh crocodile once found in abundant all over Maharashtra now sustains only in Tadoba Lake
- Endangered common Indianpython andcommon Indian monitor found here
- Endangered insect species found all over Tadoba includes great eggfly and danaid egg-fly
Medicinal Plant Found Here Are
- Climber Kach Kujali (velvet bean) for Parkinson’s disease
- Bheria leaves is an insect repellent
- Bija is a medicinal gum
Chimur hill covers the Tadoba reserve while Moharli and Kolsa ranges are covered by Andhari sanctuary. There are deep valleys and smooth meadows terrain from the north to south terrain slopes. Caves, talus and cliffs are refuge for various wild animals.
Natural Beauty of Nagpur
Nagpur is the third largest city and second capital of Maharashtra. Located in the center of Indian peninsula the dry and tropical wet climate of this Orange City has tiger sanctuaries and vast forest. No wonder this city is declared as ‘Tiger Capital of India’ and tiger tourism is increasing rapidly here.
People of this state are constantly engaged in adventurous activities like boating and trekking owing to the presence of lakes including Ambazari, Futala and Shukrawari lake.
Moreover the uniqueness of national park here like Tadoba attracts people immensely.Wildlife tourists eagerly take Tadoba National Park information and don’t fail to visit this park for any reason.
A city of culture, growth and wild life, Nagpur is no wonder the crowning glory of Maharashtra.