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Tiger Safari in Kanha

The name Kanha itself may be derived from kanhar, the local term for the clayey soil in the valley bottoms, or from Kanva, a sacred man who once lived there in a backwoods town. Two waterway valleys are noticeable highlights of the recreation center’s geology: the Banjar in the west and the Halon in the east. Both these streams are tributaries of the Narmada, which courses through the region central station town of Mandla, 64 km (40 miles) toward the northwest of the recreation center’s western passage. Kanha’s valleys are encased by slopes bested with plateaux, privately called dadar.

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