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About Us Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Resevere

Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve derives its name from the Tadoba Lake  which named after  "Taroba" or "Taru" god, worshiped by tribal people who live in the dense forests of Tadoba and name Andhari derived form Andhari River that flows through the reseve.
Tadoba-Andhari Tiger reserve has a greater ecological significance as it represents floral and faunal wealth pertaining to the biotic province 6E- Central Highlands. It represents Southern Tropical Dry Deciduous Teak Forests in the Tiger habitat. It is mega-bio-diversity site in the 6-B Central Plateau Biotic province in the 6-Deccan Peninsula Bio-geographic zone.

History

Legend holds that Taru was a village chief who was killed in a mythological encounter with a tiger. A shrine dedicated to the God Taru now exists beneath a huge tree, on the banks of the Tadoba Lake.  The Gond kings once ruled forests in the vicinity of the Chimur hills. Hunting was completely banned in 1935. Two decades later, in 1955, 116.54 Sq. km. was declared a National Park. Andhari Wildlife Sanctuary was created around the National Park in 1986, and in 1995, both the Protected areas jointly declared as Tiger Reserve.

Location And Extent Of Area

Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve lies between
Longitude : 79° 11' 50" to 79° 40' 54" East
Latitude : 19° 59' 27" to 20° 29' 44" North
Area of Core Zone 625.40 Sq. Km.
Area of Buffer Zone 1101.77 Sq. Km.

Organizational Setup

The Chief Conservator of Forest and Field Director headquartered at Chandrapur is supervisory head of the Tiger Resever. Deputy Director Core look after the administration of Core and Deputy Director Buffer look after the administration of Buffer. Beside Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Resevre Sub Divisional Forest Officer (Wildlife) Allapalli Who look after Chaparala and Bhamaragrah wildlife sanctuaries is put under CCF & FD TATR.
CCF & FD TATR reports to Addtional Principal Chief Conservator of Forest (Wildlife) East headquartered at Nagpur.

OBJECTIVES

The main objective of managing this Tiger Reserve is in situ conservation of Tiger and its habitat. Tourism is only a by product of conservation goals.

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