Jaisalmer: a trip to the door of the Thar Desert

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Jaisalmer: a trip to the door of the Thar Desert

If you wish to see a classic blend of desert landscape with Royal architecture in India, Jaisalmer beckons you. A visit to this famed city is like looking through the Door of the Great Indian Desert called Thar in India. The Thar Desert is strategically located partly within the state of Rajasthan, partly in Punjab and a part also falls within the Sind which is in Pakistan. Jaisalmer is one of the most important cities in the tourist circuit of India. (more…)

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Asiatic Lion in Sasan Gir National Park Gujarat

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Asiatic Lion in Sasan Gir National Park Gujarat
Gir National Park is famous across the world as the largest continuous tract of jungle that still harbors the last Asiatic lions. The forest forms catchment area of many important rivers such as Shetrunji, Raval, Datatrdi, Machhundri, Shingoda and Hiran. It is the presence of the wild majestic lions and the beautiful flora and fauna of Gir that has made it a popular tourist destination and a favorite among wildlife enthusiasts. (more…)

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Go For A Wild Encounter At Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh

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Go For A Wild Encounter At Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
Situated in the Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh, Bandhavgarh National Park covers a huge area of 450 sq. kms with a core area of 105 sq. km. The park gains its name from the old Bandhavgarh Fort which is located right at the center of the forest. A safari favorite, the Bandhavgarh National Park includes around twenty water streams and a number of lakes. You will also find several man-made caves with inscriptions of ancient times. The Fort contains great number of carvings as well. Before being converted into a National Park, Bandhavgarh was a favorite hunting ground for the Royal family. (more…)

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Know more about the wildlife sanctuaries in India

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Know more about the wildlife sanctuaries in India

India is the home to 515 wildlife sanctuaries out which 48 are managed by the Tiger Project and are extremely significant as India’s tiger reserves. Several of these wildlife sanctuaries have also been declared as ‘bird sanctuaries’ and houses some of the rarest birds’ one will ever notice in the entire world. These national parks are extremely important in maintaining the healthy habitat of the animals and for the prevention of poaching. The tiger reserve which is a direct effort of the government for the protection of the tigers has lead to an increase of 30% in the number of tigers in the country. Some of the most important and toured wildlife sanctuaries in India are: (more…)

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