Tiger Reserves in India


Tiger Reserves in India Map

Tiger Reserves in India Map
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List of Tiger reserves in India



List of Tiger Reserves Core & Buffer Areas
Sl.No.Name of Tiger Reserve(Year of creation)StateArea of the core / critical tiger habitat    *(In Sq. Kms.)Area  of the buffer / peripheral(In Sq. Kms.)Total area(In Sq.Kms.)
1Bandipur(1973-74)Karnataka872.24584.061456.3
2Corbett(1973-74)Uttarakhand821.99466.321288.31
 Amangarh (buffer of Corbett TR)2012Uttar Pradesh***80.680.6
3Kanha(1973-74)Madhya Pradesh917.431134.362051.79
4Manas(1973-74)Assam526.222310.882837.1
5Melghat(1973-74)Maharashtra1500.491268.032768.52
6Palamau(1973-74)Jharkhand414.08715.851129.93
7Ranthambore(1973-74)Rajasthan1113.36297.931411.29
8Similipal(1973-74)Odisha1194.751555.252750
9Sunderbans(1973-74)West Bengal1699.62885.272584.89
10Periyar(1978-79)Kerala88144925
11Sariska(1978-79)Rajasthan881.11332.231213.34
12Buxa(1982-83)West Bengal390.58367.32757.9
13Indravati(1982-83)Chhattisgarh1258.371540.72799.07
14Namdapha(1982-83)Arunachal Pradesh1807.822452052.82
15Dudhwa(1987-88)Uttar Pradesh1093.791107.982201.77
16Kalakad-Mundanthurai(1988-89)Tamil Nadu895706.541601.54
17Valmiki(1989-90)Bihar598.45300.93899.38
18Pench(1992-93)Madhya Pradesh411.33768.31179.63
19Tadoba-Andhari(1993-94)Maharashtra625.821101.771727.59
20Bandhavgarh(1993-94)Madhya Pradesh716.9820.041598.1
21Panna(1994-95)Madhya Pradesh576.131021.971598.1
22Dampa(1994-95)Mizoram500488988
23Bhadra(1998-99)Karnataka492.46571.831064.29
24Pench(1998-99)Maharashtra257.26483.96741.22
25Pakke(1999-2000)Arunachal Pradesh683.455151198.45
26Nameri(1999-2000)Assam320144464
27Satpura(1999-2000)Madhya Pradesh1339.26794.042133.31
28Anamalai(2008-09)Tamil Nadu 958.59521.281479.87
29Udanti-Sitanadi(2008-09)Chattisgarh851.09991.451842.54
30Satkosia(2008-09)Odisha523.61440.26963.87
31Kaziranga(2008-09)Assam625.585481173.58
32Achanakmar(2008-09)Chattisgarh626.2287.82914.02
33Dandeli-Anshi (Kali)(2008-09)Karnataka814.88282.631097.51
34Sanjay-Dubri(2008-09)Madhya Pradesh812.57861.931674.5
35Mudumalai(2008-09)Tamil Nadu321367.59688.59
36Nagarahole(2008-09)Karnataka643.35562.411205.76
37Parambikulam(2008-09)Kerala390.89252.77643.66
38Sahyadri(2009-10)Maharashtra600.12565.451165.57
39Biligiri Ranganatha Temple(2010-11)Karnataka359.1215.72574.82
40Kawal(2012-13)Telangana892.231123.212015.44
41Sathyamangalam(2013-14)Tamil Nadu793.49614.911408.4
42Mukandra Hills(2013-14)Rajasthan417.17342.82759.99
43Nawegaon-Nagzira(2013-14)Maharashtra653.671241.271894.94
44Nagarjunsagar Srisailam(1982-83)Andhra Pradesh2595.72700.593296.31
45Amrabad2014Telangana2166.37445.022611.39
46Pilibhit2014Uttar Pradesh602.8127.45730.25
47Bor2014Maharashtra138.12678.15816.27
48Rajaji2015Uttarakhand819.54255.63  1075.17
49Orang2016Assam 79.28413.18    492.46
50Kamlang2016Arunachal Pradesh671112783
 TOTAL  40145.332603.72 72749.02


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Last Updated on : October 1, 2018

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