Tiger Reserves in India


Tiger Reserves in India Map

Tiger Reserves in India Map
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List of Tiger reserves in India



S.No.Tiger ReserveStateTotal Area (km2)
1BandipurKarnataka1456
2Jim CorbettUttarakhand1288
3KanhaMadhya Pradesh2052
4ManasAssam3151
5MelghatMaharashtra2769
6PalamauJharkhand1130
7RanthamboreRajasthan1411
8SimilipalOdisha2750
9SunderbansWest Bengal2585
10PeriyarKerala925
11SariskaRajasthan1213
12BuxaWest Bengal758
13IndravatiChhattisgarh2799
14NamdaphaArunachal Pradesh2053
15DudhwaUttar Pradesh2202
16Kalakkad-MundanthuraiTamil Nadu1602
17ValmikiBihar899
18PenchMadhya Pradesh1180
19TadobaMaharashtra1728
20BandhavgarhMadhya Pradesh1598
21PannaMadhya Pradesh1579
22DampaMizoram988
23BhadraKarnataka1064
24PakhuiArunachal Pradesh1198
26NameriAssam344
27SatpuraMadhya Pradesh2133
28AnamalaiTamil Nadu1480
29Udanti-SitanadiChhattisgarh1843
30SatkosiaOdisha964
31KazirangaAssam1174
32AchanakmarChhattisgarh914
33KaliKarnataka1098
34Sanjay-DubriMadhya Pradesh1675
35MudumalaiTamil Nadu689
36NagaraholeKarnataka1206
37ParambikulamKerala644
38SahyadriMaharashtra1166
39BiligirirangaKarnataka575
40KawalTelangana2019
41SathyamangalamTamil Nadu1408
42Mukandra HillsRajasthan760
43Nawegaon-NagziraMaharashtra1895
44Nagarjunsagar-SrisailamAndhra Pradesh3296
45AmrabadTelangana2611
46PilibhitUttar Pradesh730
47BorMaharashtra816
48RajajiUttarakhand1075
49OrangAssam492
50KamlangArunachal Pradesh783


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Last Updated on : November 17, 2017

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