Mandla District

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Mandla District is a district of Madhya Pradesh state in central India. The town of Mandla is administrative headquarters of the district. It is part of Jabalpur Division.

The district has an area of 8771 kmĀ², and a population of 779,414. It has 9 development blocks, 4 tehsils, and 1214 villages. Much of the population are adivasis (tribespeople), including Gond.

The district lies in the Mahakoshal region, and most of the district lies in the basin of the Narmada River.

The district consistently ranks among the 20 most backward districts in India.

Ecology

Much of the district is forested, and it is home to Kanha National Park, a Project Tiger sanctuary. Kanha has the largest number of tigers in India. The park has won national awards for good management and infrastructure. The park is open year round except for July and August. The district is also home to Mandla Plant Fossils National Park.

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