Kota, Raj. - INDIA
Mukundra Tiger Reserve is now the third tiger reserve of Rajasthan is also known as Darrah wildlife sanctury in the past is located in the southerneastern part of Kota town of Rajasthan. In the past it is the Royal Hunting Ground of the Maharaja of Kota. This place is located at a distance of about 50 km from Kota. It is located on the eastern bank of Chambal River and its tributaries toches this area.
The Darrah wildlife sanctuary was declared NATIOANL PARK Mukundra Hills Natioanl Park in 2004. Total area of the National park is about 200 sqkm. Mukundra Hills National Park is constiting of three wildlife sanctuaries namely Darrah wildlife sanctuary, Chambal wildlife sanctuary and Jaswant Sagar wildlife sanctuary.This park got the approval of Natioanl Tiger Conservation authority NTCA in 2013 and then the Rajasthan gets its third tiger reserve in the form of the Mukundra Hills Tiger Reserve,and now it is the home of four tigers which is recently shifted here from the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve.