Melghat was proclaimed a tiger save and was among the initial nine tiger holds advised in 1973-74 under the Project Tiger. It is situated at 21°26′45″N 77°11′50″E in northern piece of Amravati District of Maharashtra State in India. The Tapti River and the Gawilgadh edge of the Satpura Range frame the limits of the hold. In 1985 Melghat Wildlife Sanctuary was made. The Tapi waterway courses through the northern end of the Melghat Tiger Reserve, through a timberland which exists in the catchment zone of the stream framework. Various sorts of untamed life, both widely ied vegetation, are found here.