Pench National Park,
District - Seoni - 480881,
Madhya Pradesh, India.
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Madhya Pradesh, 480881|
Nearest Airport: Jabalpur Airport (192 km)
Nearest Railway Station: Seoni (34 km)
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- Pench National park, nestling in the lower southern reaches of the satpuda hills is named after Pench River, meandering through the park from north to south. It is located on the southern boundary of Madhya Pradesh, bordering Maharashtra, in the districts of Seoni and Chhindwara.Pench National Park, comprising of 758 SQ Kms, out of which a core area of 299 sq km of Indira Priyadarshini Pench National Park and the Mowgli Pench Sanctuary and remaining 464 sq km of Pench National Park is the buffer area. It was declared a National Park by the Government of Maharashtra in 1975 and received the official status of "Tiger Reserve of India" in February 1999.
The park gets its name from the Pench River, which meanders through it like a immense python, separating it downstairs the center. Rich in its biodiversity, its territory defined by hills, valleys and the occasional precipitous slope, Pench is a vital ecosystem sustaining a plenty of flora and fauna, including a rich mixture of river life.
Pench National Park - TigerNot amazingly, the attractiveness of this part of central India has earned much fictitious attention. The poet Kalidas writes about the scenic charm of the place in his epics Meghdootam and Sakuntalam. R.A. Strendale's "Camp in the Satpura Hills" draws a vivid pen picture of this idyllic paradise - as does Forsyth's "Highlands of Central India".