Named after a river that flows the region, Pench district hosts one among many patches of Central India’s forests – and the Pench National Park is corridor for wildlife across this diverse habitat of forest and grassland. The rich biodiversity of the area had been recorded in an ancient official document of the emperor Akbar, a Mughal ruler and the park continues to support populations of herbivores, creating a favourable environment for carnivores – the most-sought after being the Royal Bengal Tiger.

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