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This research exercise delves into the intricate dynamics of human-wildlife conflict within the context of the Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary in India. The delicate coexistence of humans and wildlife has long been a conservation concern. The study focuses on the unintended consequences of the rehabilitation process, aiming to resettle human populations from critical habitats to safeguard both resident wildlife and local communities. The escalating man-animal conflict, particularly involving tigers, highlights the complexities that arise from such efforts. Drawing from experiences in the Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary, this study contributes to the broader discourse on human-wildlife interactions, offering valuable insights for effective conservation strategies benefiting both wildlife and local communities.