Bandhavgarh Jungle Resorts

Jungle Lodges : Tiger’s Den
Tiger’s Den Bandhavgarh , Jungle Resorts India Talk about Tigers and the name India comes into the mind. People living across the world, definitely do agree to the fact that India is one country, which possesses a vast jungle line and has some exquisite wildlife sanctuaries. India is said to have some rare species of Birds, Reptiles and some real classy Tigers.

In Bandhavgarh, one can see the king of the jungle in different moods. For any visitor who wants to have a first hand view of these animals and that too in the dense forests, then one country to look forward to is the Bandhavgarh National Park.

The Tiger's Den Resort is a luxurious resort that provides all the facilities that one would look forward to. From the 24 hour power back up, STD facilities, luxurious attached bathrooms with hot and cold water running through out the day to refresh the body and mind of the visitors. The morning begins with a wake up call to the visitors for the morning safari. An encounter with the big cat early in the morning is always a welcome change from the usual hustles and bustles. The resident naturalists of the resort will make your stay in Bandhavgarh a very enriching experience.

Tiger’s Den Bandhavgarh , Jungle Resorts India A good safari and good food along with it is what makes the day. And definitely at the Tiger's Den Resort your day is made with the right kind of menu. The resort restaurant serves Indian, continental and Chinese cuisine delicacies. The visitors can also go for other recreational activities like taking nature walks, going and discovering historic places, there is a well stocked library for all the book worms, birwatching and the like are some of the other activities that can be taken up.

To entertain the visitors as the evening draws near there are folk dances, music shows and cultural shows.

So, if you are thinking of a Tiger & Wildlife Safari, then Bandhavgarh is the place and Tiger's Den Resort is the place for you to stay. You will come back with good memories, friends, and a desire to come back again.

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Bandhavgarh has a very deep-rooted importance of it's own in the history and mythology of India. Looming high over the entire park and located in the heart of it's core area, is a fort dating back to the mythological era of Rama and Hanuman from the Hindu epic Ramayana. It is said that the two monkeys who created the "setu", or bridge, between India and Lanka to enable Rama to cross over and vanquish the demon king, Rawana, were also the architects of the Bandhavgarh fort. This fort was used by Rama and Hanuman on their journey back to their kingdom from Lanka. This fort was later handed over by Rama to his brother Lakshmana who came to be known as the "Bandhavdhish", lord of the fort.

one of the many temples inside bandhavgarh fort This title is still used by the Maharaja of Rewa, who even presently owns the fort. It is thus necessary to procure his permission before entering the fort. This permission can however be obtained locally. In the northern areas of the park is where you will come across the oldest indicators of bygone eras. These are caves dug into sandstone and carry "brahmi" inscriptions dating back to the 1st century BC. The Chandela kings of bundelkhand, who are famous for the Khajuraho Temples built by them, also ruled Bandhavgarh. The ancestors of the Maharaja of Rewa were the Baghela Kings who started their rule here in the 12th century. Bandavgarh was the capital of their dynasty till 1617 after which it moved to Rewa, which was 120 km to the North. Due to this moving of the capital, Bandhavgarh went through a period of neglect in the times to follow. This was in one way a boon for the present forest present there.
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Once this area got taken over by forest cover, the animals in the area too began to multiply. The negative aspect to this was that the royal family and their guests started using it as a hunting reserve. This continued until the Maharaja decided to hand it over, minus the area inside the fort, to the government.

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