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BANDHAVGARH India

R300.00R900.00

Bandhavgarh National Park covers an area of 105 km2 in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, with a ‘buffer zone’ of some 700km2 surrounding this core conservation area. ┬áPredominant habitats are Sal forest, grassland and bamboo thickets and this is one of the best Indian reserves in which to see tigers; 20 territorial Bengal Tigers are known in the ‘tourism zone’, and a similar number estimated in the buffer zone where conflict with substance farmers is monitored and managed. The most prominent rocky ridge in the park was once used as a natural fort, and the famous reclining statue of Shesh-Saiya is of deep significance to Hindu people. In this design a Black-rumped Flameback (Lesser Goldenback) is shown foraging in the Sal forest, with the Bandhavgarh hillside behind.

Vintage style travel poster.

Available in 3 sizes: A1, A2 & A3

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Bandhavgarh National Park covers an area of 105 km2 in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, with a ‘buffer zone’ of some 700km2 surrounding this core conservation area. ┬áPredominant habitats are Sal forest, grassland and bamboo thickets and this is one of the best Indian reserves in which to see tigers; 20 territorial Bengal Tigers are known in the ‘tourism zone’, and a similar number estimated in the buffer zone where conflict with substance farmers is monitored and managed. The most prominent rocky ridge in the park was once used as a natural fort, and the famous reclining statue of Shesh-Saiya is of deep significance to Hindu people. In this design a Black-rumped Flameback (Lesser Goldenback) is shown foraging in the Sal forest, with the Bandhavgarh hillside behind.

Vintage style travel poster.

Available in 3 sizes: A1, A2 & A3

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