One of the ten most forest-rich countries of the world, India has 68 million hectares of forestry which is now the abode of rich diverse flora and fauna attracting tourism industry in wide spectrum. India has strict forest laws to preserve not only the lush greens or the dry grey forests, but also the family members of the forests. This page is a jungle book of Indian forest covers with the elaborate geographical description and its importance in Indian economy and environment.
|Types of Forest in India (18)|
|Forest Vegetation in India (8)|