The Baagh Resort is a rural, forest retreat in the heart of central India where tigers roam in the jungle and fields of yellow mustard sway in the sunlight. The Baagh is nestled in the heart of the rolling Maikal hills, a picturesque belt of villages that are set around the great Kanha National Park which is one of the largest sal forests to be inhabited by such a diversity of large and small animal and bird life.
Here the austere yet austere walls of mud homes curve with the undulation of the human hands that made them. Latticed fields give way to rivers and streams and an ancient forest filled flora and fauna so rich as to have inspired the Mughals to come in search of diamonds and Rudyard Kipling to write the Jungle Book. Colourful markets and provincial towns are dotted with people who are some of the oldest indigenous inhabitants of South Asia. Even remote corners have shrines to the various communities who live here.