List of Tiger Reserves in India PDF[2021]- Static GK

Here is the complete list of Tiger Reserves in India pdf statewise, useful for different competitive exams like UPSC, SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC CPO, UPSC CSE, etc. You can read the complete list to ace your exams. This is a very important topic of static asked frequently in competitive exams, so learn all the important Tiger Reserves in this post.

A large area of land especially for the conservation, breeding, and protection of tigers is known as Tiger Reserve. India has 80% of the world’s tiger reserves and the state of Madhya Pradesh has the highest number of Tiger Reserves in India.

Names of Tiger ReservesStateArea Occupied
(523.61 km2)
core area
Udanti (Sitanadi)Chhattisgarh1843 km2
AnamalaiTamil Nadu958 km2
SatpuraMadhya Pradesh524km2
(Total 1427 km2)
NameriAssam344 km2
(Area of Tiger Reserve only)
PannaMadhya Pradesh542.67 km2
DampaMizoram550 km2
BhadraKarnataka492.46 km2
PenchMaharashtra292. 85 km2
PakkeArunachal Pradesh861 km2
Nawegaon (Nagzira)Maharashtra135 km2
Nagarjunasagar SrisailamTelangana/Andhra Pradesh3568 km2
PilibhitUttar Pradesh730.24 km2
BorMaharashtra138 km2
Rajaaji Tiger ReserveUttarakhand820 km2
Mukandra HillsRajasthan759 km2
SathyamangalamTamil Nadu1400 km2
Dandeli (Anshi)Karnataka875 km2
Sanjay (Dubri)Madhya Pradesh467 km2
MudumalaiTamil Nadu321 km2
NagaraholeKarnataka643 km2
ParambikulamKerala285 km2
SahyadriMaharashtra318 km2
Biligiri Ranganatha TempleKarnataka540 km2
KawalTelangana892 km2
KazirangaAssam859 km2
AchanakmarChhattisgarh557 km2
BandipurKarnataka866 km2
PeriyarKerala777 km2
SunderbansWest Bengal1330 km2
Total 2585 km2
SimilipalOdisha2750 km2
RanthamboreRajasthan392 km2
PalamauJharkhand1026 km2
MelghatMaharashtra1677 km2
KanhaMadhya Pradesh1953 km2
ManasAssam2840 km2
Corbett Uttarakhand1316 km2
SariskaRajasthan866 km2
BuxaWest Bengal760 km2
BandhavgarhMadhya Pradesh446 km2
Tadoba (Andhari )Maharashtra625 km2
PenchMadhya Pradesh293 km2
ValmikiBihar840 km2
Kalakad (Mundanthurai)Tamil Nadu800 km2
DudhwaUttar Pradesh811 km2
IndravatiChhattisgarh2799 km2
NamdaphaArunachal Pradesh1985 km2
Kamlang Tiger ReserveArunachal Pradesh783 km2
Orang Tiger ReserveAssam78.81 km2
AmrabadTelangana2611.39 km2
Amangarh Tiger ReserveUttar Pradesh80 km2

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FAQ’s For Tiger Reserves in India

Which is the 50th tiger reserve in India?

Kamlang Tiger Reserve, Arunachal Pradesh is India’s 50th Tiger Reserve.

Which state has largest tiger reserve in India?

The state of Madhya Pradesh (6 tiger reserves) has the highest number of Tiger reserves with a total tiger population of 526.

Is bhitarkanika a Tiger reserve?

Bhitarkanika National Park is a national park located in the Kendrapara District Odisha, which is not specifically for Tiger reserve.

Which state has no Tiger reserve?

Jammu and Kashmir

Which city is known as Tiger City?

Nagpur is also called, “Tiger Capital of India ”

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