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Pench National Park

The Pench National Park should be called Amazing and Unique. The natural beauty of this national park is a wonderful gift of nature, it may not be an exaggeration.

This National Park of Madhya Pradesh of India is very scenic and romantic. This magnificent wildlife sanctuary of Seoni and Chhindwara in Madhya Pradesh is quite special. Although the name of this magnificent National Park has been changed to Indira Priyadarshini National Park. It is also known as Mowgli Land.

The spread of Pench National Park in the mixed area of ​​Seoni and Chhindwara is spread over 292.83 square kilometers. Particularly that this national park is based on the river Pench. The river flowing north in the garden is the beauty and grace of it.

This National Park in the border region of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra has the distinction of being the best Tiger Reserve in the country. It was declared a Tiger Reserve in 1993.

This winter, in particular, the beauty and splendor of this national park and more ar…

Panna National Park: The adventures of aquatic organisms

The Panna National Park should be called the splendid house of aquatic and marine organisms. Yes, marine creatures are also thrilled by tourists in this extravagant garden.

India's Madhya Pradesh's district Chhatarpur and Panna's Panna National Park have plenty of lakes and waterfalls. The Ken River is the main attraction of this national park. Especially in the gardens, Eurasian eagles, owls, black ibis, crocodiles, and gourds, etc are especially fascinating tourists.

Panna National Park is a truly reptile park spread over 543 square kilometers. "Panna National Park was set up in the year 1981." Although it was declared a tiger reserve in the year 1994-1995. Panna National Park, located about 57 kilometers from Khajuraho, is a wonderful gift of nature.

This National Park with a great topography has a lot of features. The view of wildlife in the Panna National Park is part of Vindhya mountain Shankhalala.

In addition to elephants, tiger, cheetah, wolf, hyena, mus…