Chimitipur Village

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 Location  Ecosystem Type    Conservation Type    Area(hectare)  Legal status 
 Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh  Forest  Ecosystem Conservation 146.1  Joint Forest Management (JFM)

This case study was part of the Directory on Community Conserved Areas in Odisha and Madhya Pradesh (2012) prepared by Foundation for Ecological Security et al. To download the case study click here.

Recent Updates

Diving deep: The hidden world of Patalkot

An article by The Indian Express about Patalkot, or the hidden world which is a mystical valley located in Tamia block of Chhindwara district in Madhya Pradesh and the villages of Rated and Chimtipur which are involved in conservation and eco-tourism.

Inclusive development of primitive indigenous communities -a precursor for tropical forest conservation

A paper by SAARC on the Patalkot model of ecotourism with the involvement of primitive indigenous communities which has demonstrated its operational deliverance, adaptive evolution capabilities as well as been recognized as a successful model with several elements for replication.

Related Information

New Records, Ethno-pharmacological Applications & Indigenous Uses of Gloriosa superba L. (Glory lily) Practices by Tribes of Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve, Madhya Pradesh, Central India

An ethnomedicinal study published in Nature and Science, 2012, conducted to document the indigenous medicinal knowledge (ethno-medicinal/ethnopharmacological) of Gloriosa superba L (Glory lily), a medicinal plant belonging to the family liliaceae, use by tribal communities & traditional healers in Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve.

Rising Tamia, in the field of Eco-tourism

A study published in the International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, which focuses on areas of ecotourism and natural resources in Tamia district Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh.

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