Next day with hope to see some or at least one tiger we were at the gate at 4:30 am and got our pass clear. One thing I can say for sure is that place is beautiful, as soon as we entered the jungle area you get to see how beautiful can the nature be once left to develop on its own. So in our 3 hr long wandering in the kanha National park we saw deer, elephants, exotic birds, beautiful trees , peacock and many beautiful things except the tiger. Honestly we were disappointed because tiger is the reason you go kanha for. Although we heard roars and got calls but had no luck to see a tiger and the sad part is the Forrest covers a huge area and with reducing numbers of tigers it's hard to see tigers even in the area which are famous for the tiger sights. So the thing I got was it's all on luck, we met a group and they told us that they went for 3 safaris but couldn't see a single tiger.
Therefore keeping our time boundary in mind, we headed back. On the way, during lunch we talked to the local restaurant owner and came to know about mandla, a place at 40min duration from kanha National park the spot which grabbed my attention over there called 'sahastradhara', which literally translates to a" hundred stream".