Panna National Park, Madhya Pradesh, India


Panna National Park is located in Panna and Chhatarpur districts of Madhya Pradesh (MP), India, about 25 km from Khajuraho. It has an area of 543 sq. km. In 1994, it became the twenty second tiger reserve of India (in 2018, there were 50) and the fifth in MP. Close to the edge of the National Park is Pandav Falls, a 30m high waterfall on a tributary of the Ken River. It's named after the Pandav brothers of the Mahabharata, who are said to have spent time in the area. A few shrines pay tribute to associated magical beliefs. —Wikipedia, 2018.

'A large-hearted gentleman'
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We saw three tigers: mom
+ two large cubs (1, 2, 3)

Leopard

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Nilgai deer

Nilgai deer

Sambar deer

Sambar deer

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Chital

Chital

Chital

Sambar

Park road

Wild boar

A pond

Variegated rock

Ken River

Tributary of the Yamuna

Runs through Bundelkhand

427 km long (1, 2, 3)

Gharial crocodile

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Gharial swimming

A red-wattled lapwing

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Watchful Langurs

Visitor

Pandav Falls

Mostly dry in February

See the trickle?

Plunge pool

En route to Ken River

View from above

Plunge pool

Quiet place

Gum tree

Cave shrines

Inside the caves

View from the caves

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