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Betla National Park

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Betla National Park

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Betla National Park is in Jharkhand.


One of India's first national parks, it was formed primarily for the protection of tigers.


This is one of the ancient forest areas of India which was undisturbed for many years. During the British period this area was first developed. The whole area is occupied by the Aadiwashi, a Scheduled Tribe. The people are known for their bravery and strength.


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