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Taj Mahua Kothi Lodge - Bandhavgarh National Park
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12 Rooms | Children: yes

Nestled amongst the picturesque Satpura hills, Bandhavgarh is one of India’s most scenic national parks. This dramatic landscape surrounding Mahua Kothi features tropical forests and steep rocky hills with flat grasslands in the valleys below. Guests of Mahua Kothi can discover the beautiful jungle of Bandhavgarh and learn about the rich biodiversity of Central India from a trained naturalist. The lodge sprawls over the 40 acres ground, and the accommodation and facilities blend charmingly into the quaint and rustic surroundings. Mahua Kothi, in true Taj style, offers adventure and impeccable service and lush luxury. We promise an experience that is unconventional and focused on guests’ individual needs and emotions.

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Architecture

Mahua Kothi is named after one of India’s most beautiful tree, the Madhuca Indica, more commonly know as “butter tree”. This tree with its white flowers plays a central role in festivals and rituals. The original “Kothi” (homestead) has been beautifully renovated. The interior includes wooden shutters, hand-finished natural coloured walls, open rafters and handmade potter roof tiles. The floors are stone strips set in lime mortar.

The Park

Bandhavgarh National Park is a 448 square kilometres renowned tiger reserve nestled in the picturesque Vindhya and Satpura ranges, one of India’s most beautiful Parks. An ancient 2,000 year old fort, 10th century statue of Lord Vishnu and the dense Sal jungle makes Bandhavgarh one of the most extraordinary parks in India.

Conservation

Bandhavgarh National Park, world famous for its dense cat population, supports the conservation of tigers with its hilly terrain and large grasslands that offer good chances of sightings and behaviour observation. The park is also home to a large variety of mammals; leopard, chital, Sambar deer, wild boar, chinkara, sloth bear, rhesus, grey langur, jungle cat, hyena, jackal, fox and wild dog.