In the last few decades, human encroachment was one of the biggest threats to facing India’s wildlife. Indian Government built many National Parks in order to facilitate endangered species up to some extent. The first park was established in 1935; besides, the Project Tiger was also enacted in 1972. At the beginning of the 20 century, there were around 40,000 tigers in India as compared to the tiger consensus of 2008 which revealed only 1,411 tigers remaining. The ‘Project Tiger’ is considered to be the most successful conservation project all throughout India. There are many more projects that have been conducted in past few decades .