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Tiger Reserves of India | Project Tiger | 2,967 Tigers

  • Tiger was declared as National animal in 1972. 
  • Total number of Tiger Reserve in India - 50 
  • Project Tiger is a conservation program launched in April 1973 by the Government of India during Indira Gandhi as Prime Minister. 
  • The project tiger was started in Jim Corbet National Park.
  •  By the year 2018, according to the National Tiger Conservation Authority, there were estimated only 2,967 tigers in existence in India.
  •  Madhya Pradesh has the highest number of tigers at 526, closely followed by Karnataka (524) and Uttarakhand (442). 
  • July 29 - International Tiger Day
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Tiger Reserves of India

Si No.

Tiger Reserve

State

1

Bandipur 

Karnataka

2

Corbett

Uttarakhand

3

Kanha 

Madhya Pradesh

4

Manas 

Assam

5

Melghat 

Maharashtra

6

Palamau

Jharkhand

7

Ranthambore 

Rajasthan

8

Similipal 

Odisha

9

Sunderbans 

West Bengal

10

Periyar 

Kerala

11

Sariska 

Rajasthan

12

Buxa 

West Bengal

13

Indravati 

Chhattisgarh

14

Namdapha 

Arunachal Pradesh

15

Dudhwa 

Uttar Pradesh

16

Kalakad-Mundanthurai 

Tamil Nadu

17

Valmiki

Bihar

18

Pench 

Madhya Pradesh

19

Tadoba-Andhari 

Maharashtra

20

Bandhavgarh 

Madhya Pradesh

21

Panna 

Madhya Pradesh

22

Dampa 

Mizoram

23

Bhadra 

Karnataka

24

Pench 

Maharashtra

25

Pakke or Pakhui 

Arunachal Pradesh

26

Nameri 

Assam

27

Satpura 

Madhya Pradesh

28

Anamalai 

Tamil Nadu

29

Udanti-Sitanadi 

Chhattisgarh

30

Satkosia 

Odisha

31

Kaziranga 

Assam

32

Achanakmar 

Chhattisgarh

33

Dandeli-Anshi Tiger Reserve(Kali)

Karnataka

34

Sanjay-Dubri 

Madhya Pradesh

35

Mudumalai 

Tamil Nadu

36

Nagarahole 

Karnataka

37

Parambikulam 

Kerala

38

Sahyadri 

Maharashtra

39

Biligiri Ranganatha Temple

Karnataka

40

Kawal 

Telangana

41

Sathyamangalam 

Tamil Nadu

42

Mukandra Hills

Rajasthan

43

Nawegaon-Nagzira 

Maharashtra

44

Nagarjunsagar Srisailam 

Andhra Pradesh

45

Amrabad

Telangana

46

Pilibhit 

Uttar Pradesh

47

Bor 

Maharashtra

48

Rajaji 

Uttarakhand

49

Orang 

Assam

50

Kamlang 

Arunachal Pradesh

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