Pench National Park is in Seoni and Chhindwara districts of Madhya Pradesh in India. It derives its name from the Pench Riverthat flows through the park from north to south dividing the park into almost equal western and eastern halves, the well-forested areas of Seoni and Chhindwara districts respectively. It was declared a sanctuary in 1965 but raised to the status of national park in 1975. In 1992, it was established as a tiger reserve. The park also has its mention in the famous story of 1894, ‘The Jungle Book’, penned down by the renowned English Author Rudyard Kipling. Sprawled over a massive area of 758 sq. km., including the core area, Pench National Park has a rich wildlife which offers visitors an opportunity to indulge into one of the finest wildlife experiences in India.