Now the name of Karauli and Dhaulpur have also been added to the list of Tiger Reserve Centuries of India. The Tiger Conservation Department approved a proposal in this regard. Karauli and Dhaulpur will be the fifth tiger reserve of Rajasthan after Sariska, Ranthambore, Mukundra Hills and Ramgarh Vishdhari.
Tiger numbers in the country are set to increase from 2,967 in 2018 to 3,682 in 2022, an annual growth of 6 percent. According to official figures. With an increase of 50 per cent in the last four years, Madhya Pradesh (785) has the highest number of tigers in the country, followed by Karnataka (563), Uttarakhand (560), and Maharashtra (444).