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Panna National Park

Panna National Park India

Adorned with divine lustre Padmavatipuri Dham is in Panna town at the centre of Vindhyachal in Madhya Pradesh. Moving around in different places along with his disciples Mahamati Prannath reached Panna with a divine message of awakening from Shri Krishna Pranami religion. Seeing a desert island he decided to unfurl the flag of Jagani there.

He helped the brave Bundela king Chhatrasal and adorned him by the title of Maharaja. Chattrasal was among those kings who never accepted supremacy of Mughals and even pushed them back. He remained there for elevan years, and took samadhi inside the dome itself. The place, therefore, is known as the seat of salvation Muktipitha or Padmavatipuri Dham

How to reach Panna National Park -
Panna National Park has good connectivity with Khajuraho, Katni & Satna city. It is located in North-East of Madhya Pradesh State in Central India.

Nearest Airport for Panna is Khajuraho Airport, at a distance of 42kms.
Nearest Railway Station is Satna, at a distance of 70kms. Katni railway station is at a distance of 135kms.
Nearest cities are Chattarpur, Satna & Katni, well connected by road.

Pachmarhi WildlifePanna Flora & Fauna -
The most important identity of Panna is by Panna National Park. Till few years back, Panna Wildlife Sanctuary was popular by the name of Panna Tiger Reserve and attracts wildlife lovers from all over the world. But with the disappearance of Tiger population from Panna National Park, it becomes is struggling to maintain its identity. But now authorities of Panna National Park has make up its mind to promote it as a National Park having rare species of Vultures. So picture of Vulture/s will give new face to Panna National Park. Presence of 6 rare species of vultures in Panna forest will be promoted to give some reason to wildlife lovers for visiting it. Panna Park is removed from wildlife itineraries with the disappearance Tigers. Vultures found in Panna Forest are:

1. Long Billed Vulture (Gyps indicus)
2. White Backed Vulture (Gyps africanus)
3. Asian King Vulture (Sarcogyps calvus)
4. Himalayan Griffon Vulture (Gyps himalayensis)
5. Egyptian Vulture (Neophron percnopterus)
6. Eurasian Vulture (Aegypius monachus)



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