The Bandhavgarh National Park is situated in the northeastern outskirt of Madhya Pradesh at the central part of India. It abides around the Umaria-Shahdol region encompassed by the Satpura ranges. The latitude and longitude of this National Park are 23°30' to 23°46' N and 80° 11' to 36°E. Bandhavgarh is situated at an elevation between 410 m and 810 m. The mountains of Bandhavgarh Tala are being made out of sandstone and the soil is sandy to sandy soil. The entire park is loaded up with over 20 radiant streams out of which probably the most significant streams are Ambanala, Janadh, Johilla, Damnar, Charanganga, Andhiyari Jhiriai, Ambanala, and Banbei. Later these streams converge into the river Son, a significant southern tributary to the Ganges.