International Tiger Day 2022: Theme, Quotes, Slogan, Quiz, Poster, Facts, Essay, Significance, History and Awareness Program

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International Tiger Day 2022

International Tiger Day is being celebrated worldwide on 29 July 2022. This day is also celebrated as Awareness Day. Due to poaching and destruction of forests in various countries, the number of tigers has dropped significantly.

India currently accounts for 70 percent of the total tiger population in the world. This information was given by Union Minister of Environment and Climate Change Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday. Javadekar also said that India currently has 30,000 elephants, 3000 one-horned rhinoceros and more than 500 lions.

International Tiger Day : Logo, Theme, Slogan, Significance & History

The purpose of celebrating this day is to promote awareness, conservation and expansion of wild tiger habitats around the world. In 2010, at the Tiger Conference in St. Petersburg, Russia, it was decided to celebrate ‘International Tiger Day’ every year on 29 July. In this conference, 13 countries with a tiger population had vowed that by 2022 they will double the tiger population.

In fact, due to poaching and destruction of forests, the number of tigers has dropped significantly in many countries of the world. The governments of many countries present in this conference had set a target to double the tiger population by 2022.

Important Facts About Tigers

  • Prime Minister Modi released report on tiger population : An All India Tiger Estimate Report was released by PM Narendra Modi in 2018. According to this report, the tiger population in the country increased from 1,400 in 2014 to 2,977 in 2019.
  • National Animal of India: The national animal of India is called the tiger. The tiger is a symbol of the country’s strength, pride, vigilance, intelligence and endurance. The tiger is a symbol of the Indian subcontinent.
  • Currently living species of tiger are Siberian Tiger, Bengal Tiger, Indo-Chinese Tiger, Malayan Tiger, Sumatran Tiger. At the same time, Bali Tiger, Caspian Tiger, Javan Tiger have become extinct. However, amidst all this, the number of tigers in India has steadily increased.

International Tiger Day : Quotes, Messages, Status, Greetings

World Water Day : Overview
Name of Day (Event) International Tiger Day (ITD)
Also Called World Tiger Day (WTD) or Global Tiger Day
in Hindi अंतर्राष्ट्रीय बाघ दिवस
Name of Organisation United Nations General Assembly
Observed by Saint Petersburg Tiger Summit
Awareness Programs Protect Tigers Life
Observed on 29 July
International Tiger Day (First Time Celebration) 29 July 2011
Significance An annual celebration to raise awareness for tiger conservation
Celebration Location All Around World
Official Website

International Tiger Day Quotes

Tigers are relatively quick and reach upto 65 Kilometers per hour. Lions clock 81 while Cheetah can touch a speed of 110. Tigers do make it up with their massive leap and stretch nearly 5 meters.

Yes, Lions and Tigers fight for supremacy in the jungle but they can sometimes get together and have cubs too. The hybrid species are called Tigons and Ligers.

Tiger Tiger burning bright, will not let you fade out of sight, that is my promise and for you we will fight.

Tiger is a Symbol of Beauty, Bravery, Strength and Nationality So Save the Tiger, Save the Nation Pride

Look at the tigers mighty and strong, killing them for their fur is very wrong.

अंतर्राष्ट्रीय टाइगर दिवस कोट्स



प्रकृति का करना हैं रक्षण ? तो बाघों का मत करना भक्षण !

शिकार नहीं शिकारी हैं, जंगल के शेर अधिकारी हैं.

बचाने शेरों के प्राण हैं, ये दुनिया की शान हैं.

मैंने अपना कर्तव्य निभाया,
एक बाघ बचाया आप भी बाघ बचाएं।

जंगल भी तरस रहा सुनने को,
बाघों धहाड़, बाघ बचाओ।

जन जन तक पहुंचाओ यह पैगाम,
सब मिलकर बाघों के प्राण बचाओ ।

International Tiger Day Slogans

International/ World Tiger Day Inspiring Quotes, Powerful Slogans And Posters given below.

For the Tigers we must unite,so they don’t fade out of sight.

Save the Tigers before they are silenced forever.

Look at the Tigers mighty & strong, Killing them for their skin is very wrong.

Mighty tigers hear them roar,for they may be no more.

Paws, Think.Save a Tiger..!!

Don’t strip the stripes from the scenery. Save the Tigers.

Let your children see the tigers, don’t let them be a part of history.

बाघ दिवस पर स्लोगन



Save tiger, save the forest, save environment and save your earth.

Don’t be wild to tigers, help save them!

जब सुरक्षित होगा बाघ हमारा,
तब हर एक भारतीय को गर्व होगा।

आओ फिर एक बदलाव लाए,
हर एक बाघ के प्राण बचाए।

साथी रे हाथ से हाथ मिलाना,
शिकारियों को भगाना है बाघों को बचाना है।

अंतर्राष्ट्रीय टाइगर दिवस स्लोगन : बाघ बचाओ पर नारे

इसकी है जरुरत हमें, बाघ है तो जंगल है|

शेरों को बचाओ, जीवन को बचाओ|

भारत के शेर बचाओं, दुनिया में नाम बढाओ.

जंगल के शेर बचाओं, प्रकृति को नष्ट होने से बचाओं.

शेर वनों की शान है, इन्हें बचाना हमारा काम हैं.

अब कुछ ही शेर बाकि हैं, अभी भी वक्त हैं यह भी काफी हैं!

बाघों का जीवन है खतरे में,
आओ सब मिलकर इन के प्राण बचाए।

बाघ है देश का गौरव,
बाघ बचाओ, जंगल के प्राण बचाओ।

नई पीढ़ी पूछे एक ही सवाल,
कहा गया वो बाघ जो होता है जंगल का राजा।

International Tiger Day Messages

T – Tomorrow No One Will Know Us I – Identity In The World G – Greatest King E – Every Body Should Protect Them R – Roaring(Crying) For Save Him S – So Lets Start To Save The Tigers


Killing tigers is the GREED not the NEED : SAVE TIGERS

Save national animal save nationality.

Save the national animal and serve the nation…

Shot the “tiger” with the camera not with the gun.

Global Tiger Day Slogan

बचाने शेरों के प्राण हैं, ये दुनिया की शान हैं.


Save tiger otherwise you will lose the pride. You Will Lose The Pride

Mighty tigers hear them roar, for they may be no more.

International Tiger Day Poster

International Tiger Day Poster
International Tiger Day Poster
Global Tiger Day Slogan
Global Tiger Day Slogan


Tiger – Animal

The tiger is the largest extant cat species and a member of the genus Panthera. It is most recognisable for its dark vertical stripes on orange-brown fur with a lighter underside. It is an apex predator, primarily preying on ungulates such as deer and wild boar.

  • Lifespan: 10 – 15 years (In the wild)
  • Scientific name: Panthera tigris
  • Class: Mammalia
  • Family: Felidae
  • Mass: Male: 90 – 310 kg (Adult), Female: 65 – 170 kg (Adult)
  • Diet: Carnivore

List of Tiger Reserves in India State-wise

Here is a complete list of Tiger Reserves in India as notified under the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972 and amended in 2006.

Sr. No. Name of Tiger Reserve (Year of creation) State
1 Bandipur (1973-74) Karnataka
2 Corbett (1973-74) Uttarakhand
Amangarh (buffer of Corbett TR) Uttar Pradesh
3 Kanha (1973-74) Madhya Pradesh
4 Manas (1973-74) Assam
5 Melghat (1973-74) Maharashtra
6 Palamau (1973-74) Jharkhand
7 Ranthambore (1973-74) Rajasthan
8 Similipal (1973-74) Odisha
9 Sunderbans (1973-74) West Bengal
10 Periyar (1978-79) Kerala
11 Sariska (1978-79) Rajasthan
12 Buxa (1982-83) West Bengal
13 Indravati (1982-83) Chhattisgarh
14 Namdapha (1982-83) Arunachal Pradesh
15 Dudhwa (1987-88) Uttar Pradesh
16 Kalakad-Mundanthurai (1988-89) Tamil Nadu
17 Valmiki (1989-90) Bihar
18 Pench (1992-93) Madhya Pradesh
19 Tadoba-Andhari (1993-94) Maharashtra
20 Bandhavgarh (1993-94) Madhya Pradesh
21 Panna (1994-95) Madhya Pradesh
22 Dampa (1994-95) Mizoram
23 Bhadra (1998-99) Karnataka
24 Pench (1998-99) Maharashtra
25 Pakke (1999-2000) Arunachal Pradesh
26 Nameri (1999-2000) Assam
27 Satpura (1999-2000) Madhya Pradesh
28 Anamalai (2008-09) Tamil Nadu
29 Udanti-Sitanadi (2008-09) Chattisgarh
30 Satkosia (2008-09) Odisha
31 Kaziranga (2008-09) Assam
32 Achanakmar (2008-09) Chattisgarh
33 Dandeli-Anshi (Kali) (2008-09) Karnataka
34 Sanjay-Dubri (2008-09) Madhya Pradesh
35 Mudumalai (2008-09) Tamil Nadu
36 Nagarahole (2008-09) Karnataka
37 Parambikulam (2008-09) Kerala
38 Sahyadri (2009-10) Maharashtra
39 Biligiri Ranganatha Temple (2010-11) Karnataka
40 Kawal (2012-13) Telangana
41 Sathyamangalam (2013-14) Tamil Nadu
42 Mukandra Hills (2013-14) Rajasthan
43 Nawegaon-Nagzira (2013-14) Maharashtra
44 Nagarjunsagar Srisailam (1982-83) Andhra Pradesh
45 Amrabad (2014) Telangana
46 Pilibhit (2014) Uttar Pradesh
47 Bor (2014) Maharashtra
48 Rajaji (2015) Uttarakhand
49 Orang (2016) Assam
50 Kamlang (2016) Arunachal Pradesh

Frequently Asked Question –

Q. When is International Tiger Day celebrated?

Ans. 28 July

Q. How many tigers are left in the world?

Ans. An estimated 3,900 tigers remain in the wild, but much more work is needed to protect this species if we are to secure its future in the wild.

Q. How many tiger reserves are in India?

Ans. There are 50 tiger reserves in India which are governed by Project Tiger which is administrated by the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA). India is home to 80 percent of tigers in the world.

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