NTCA- To Put a Ban on Night Stay in the Core Areas of Tiger Safari

I have read somewhere that National Tiger Conservation Authority, Bangaluru, is planning to put a ban on the night stay in the core areas of the famous Tiger reserve of the country. I’m not sure that how much time this is going to take, but certainly, those moves will be good for the animals in the Jungle as they will not be disturbed by the lightings and the human interventions in the nights. But on the other side, it would be dissatisfactory for those wildlife lovers who long for a night stay amid the animals. Thus these tourists will not be able to stay in the nights in the core areas during their Tiger Safari Trail in Jim Corbett National Park India or any other Tiger Parks of India like Bandhavgarh National Park, Kanha National Park, Pilibheet National Park or else web.

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The believers in religion and the Providence hold the opinion that the universe has been created by Him and He is the sole regulatory power. Thus the entire creation on the earth whether human race or the animal species are the noble creation of Him. Earth is not only abode of the humans but the home to different kinds of animals, reptiles, insects and various floras. All of them have symbiotic relations with others. Animals, humans, and plants co-exist together. Thus it is sort of string of pearls and if the string is broken the pearls will be mixed to dust. The same way too much encroachment by humans in the domain of animals and in the forests would certainly cause havoc to the entire ecosystem. 

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I am prompted to write this blog on account of the increasing activities of animals entering the urban areas or chasing humans. So far these are sporadic events but it’s like an alarm. Someone shares my heart candling video of tigress chasing a tourist vehicle in Tiger Safari At Ranthambore. As everyone knows that this is a popular tour to do in Golden Triangle Tour. Similarly many times we hear that some leopards or tiger enter the colony and joining the forest. Such events should not be taken lightly as they indicate future dangers.

These wild animals never do so willingly, they are prompted to so by the circumstances created by us. On account of growing urbanization the size of forest areas are diminishing and thus creating problem to their natural habitats. These poor animals are forced to come out or attack the humans in search of food. 

Dr Atul Kumar Singh Parmar

Dr Atul is a graduate of R.B.S College Agra after the graduation did his Masters in Arts (English) Later pursued Bachelor of Education and Doctorate in English fro Agra University Agra. He has been been engaged in the tourism trade since 1995 , Worked as Govt Of India approved tour escort till 2011, He is promoter of 10thGate Tours dba S.A.M Tours and Travels. He is an avid traveler and travel writer with expertise in tours and travels, history, literature, architecture, social and political.

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