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|• ||Sundarbans Tiger Reserve|
Nestled at the south-eastern part of West Bengal, Sundabans Tiger Reserve deserves special mention. Sunderbans are a delta region forming one of the largest mangroves in India and is known for the largest population of Royal Bengal Tigers, the National animal of India.
|• ||Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve|
Bhandhavgarh Tiger Reserve preserves tigers along with a plethora of wild fauna and flora.
|• ||Achanakmar Amarkantak Biosphere Reserve|
Achanakmar-Amarkantak Biosphere Reserve is a premium biosphere reserve and a major tourist destination in India.
|• ||Simlipal Tiger Reserve|
To the lovers of wild life, Simlipal Tiger Reserve is a known name due to its preserve of wild life.
|• ||Emerald Dove|
The Emerald Dove is a state bird of Tamil Nadu and is also called Green Dove and Green winged pigeon.
|style='margin-left:7px;color:#F8280E'>• ||Balapatra Plant|
Balapatra is a traditional Indian plant which has been used for a long time to treat several diseases. This is a medium height tree belonging to the Fabaceae family.
|• ||Jyotismati Plant|
JJyotismati, an Indian medicinal plant carries immense medicinal properties and the entire plant is considered valuable. It is climbing in nature with long slender like branches which are brown in colour.
|• ||Syamalata Plant|
Syamalata is a plant that has medicinal value and vastly used in India for treating several diseases. It has evergreen woody twiners, with branches smooth or rust, velvety when young, with milky sap.
|• ||Karabi Plant|
Karabi, Indian Oleander is an Indian medicinal plant and is hugely used in Ayurveda. The flowers are borne in terminal clusters and are of a rose color, rarely white or yellow.
|• ||Indian Tropical Rain Forests|
The Tropical Rain Forests are a kind of forest which are found in areas with a regular and no more than two months of low rainfall. It consists of canopy of trees which is completely closed preventing penetration of sunlight for discouraging ground cover growth.
|• ||Palamau Tiger Reserve|
The tiger reserve of Palamau is noted to be one of the first ninth Tiger Reserve of India under the Project Tiger in the year 1973. It contains a treasure of wild flora and fauna.
|• ||Brahminy Kite|
Brahminy Kite is an Indian bird. It is known as a bird of prey. Brahminy kite is found in many parts of Indian Oceans and the Australian countries.
|• ||Purna Wildlife Sanctuary|
Purna Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat is renowned for its diverse flora and fauna comprising over 700 species of plants and Leopard, Wild Bull, Sloth Bear etc. It encloses an area measuring 160.8 square kilometres.
|• ||Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park|
Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park is a marine biosphere located in Tamil Nadu, India. It is the first marine Biosphere Reserve in Southeast Asia. It is located along the coasts of Ramanathapuram and Tuthukudi.
|• ||Uses of Rose|
Rose petals, leaves and the hips have multiple uses. Starting from use in cosmetics and culinary practices to use in medicines, rose has been used in various purposes since antiquity. The flower belongs to the Rosaceae family, of the genus Rosa, and is a thorny plant.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Mizoram|
Wildlife Sanctuaries of Mizoram are protected areas maintained to preserve the flora and fauna in the state. Dampa Tiger Reserve is the largest wildlife sanctuary of Mizoram.
|• ||Dampa Tiger Reserve|
Dampa Tiger Reserve is located in western Mizoram. It was considered as a tiger reserve in the year 1994. It is the abode of several species of flora and fauna.
|• ||Gangotri National Park|
Gangotri National Park, in Uttarakhand, shelters a great biodiversity amidst enchanting landscape of snow clad mountains and lush greenery. Rare species of fauna and gorgeous birds also form the enchanting features of the place.
|• ||Intanki Wildlife Sanctuary|
Preserved by the forest wildlife department, the Intanki Wildlife Sanctuary is home to the rare hoolock gibbon among other species of animals.
|• ||Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary|
With an extensive altitudinal variation, the Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary has a diverse flora and fauna. Tourists are required a special permission from the state forest department to gain access to the sanctuary.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Nagaland|
The wildlife sanctuaries of Nagaland are protected areas that act as a safe haven for the endangered flora and fauna of the state.
|• ||Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary|
Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the well known ecological sanctuaries which have large variety of wild animals. Located near Pasighat this sanctuary covers an area of 190 sq.
|• ||Mouling National Park|
Mouling National park is one of great bio-diversified National Parks located in Arunachal Pradesh. It has been named after the Mouling Peak. The word mouling means "red poison" or "red blood".
|• ||Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary|
Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the East Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh. It was declared a sanctuary in 1977 and in 2002 it has also been declared a tiger reserve.
|• ||Sigem Daporijo Reserve Forest|
Sigem Daporijo Reserve Forest located in Arunachal Pradesh is the abode of wide range of flora and fauna. It is popular as a birdwatching place.
|• ||National Parks of Tamil Nadu|
Tamil Nadu has a number of national parks which provide shelter to numerous animals and plant species in the state. The national parks of the state also form a major spot for tourism. Eastern and Western Ghat mountain ranges played an important part to form these national parks.
|• ||Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary|
Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Lower Dibang Valley District of Arunachal Pradesh. It is one of the most popular sanctuaries of the state. It is located near to the famous Mehao Lake.
|• ||Namdapha National Park|
Namdapha National Park, in Arunachal Pradesh is the third largest national park of India in terms of area. The place is also inhabited by tribal people. Namdapha flying squirrel, first collected here in 1981 is the most endemic to the park and critically endangered.
|• ||Kamala Reserve Forest|
Kamala Reserve Forest is one of the most popular wildlife sanctuaries of Arunachal Pradesh. Along with flora and fauna, it is also a popular spot among bird lovers.
|• ||Khonghampat Orchidarium|
The Khonghampat Orchidarium is a popular place of attraction in the state of Manipur because of its rare and beautiful varieties of orchids.
|• ||Flora and fauna in Tripura|
Two-thirds of Tripura is forested where different species of trees, orchids, birds and wildlife are found. There are four sanctuaries in the state namely, Rowa wildlife sanctuary, Sepahijala wildlife sanctuary, Trishna wildlife sanctuary and Gumti wildlife sanctuary.
|• ||Flora and fauna in Andaman and Nicobar Islands|
Economy of this region is primly based on agriculture. In Andaman island, paddy is the main food crop, while in Nicoabar island coconut and areca nut are the main crops. Some field crops like pulses, oilseeds and vegetables are also grown here.
|• ||Flora and Fauna of Jammu & Kashmir|
Jammu and Kashmir is rich in flora and fauna. Flora includes thorn bush type of the arid plain to the temperate and alpine flora of the higher altitudes. Faunal species found here are leopard, cheetah and deer, wild sheep, bear, brown musk shrew, muskrat; varieties of snakes, bats, lizards etc.
|• ||Flora and Fauna in Meghalaya|
70 percent of Meghalaya is forested. Meghalayan forests are considered to be among the richest botanical habitats of Asia. These forests receive abundant rainfall and support a vast variety of floral and faunal biodiversity.
|• ||Poisons cured by Tulsi|
Tulsi, also known as the queen of herbs is the natural cure for most diseases and has therapeutic properties to curb various forms of poisoning starting from snake bite, and stung by a scorpion or wasp.
|• ||Saraca Indica|
Commonly known as the Asoka tree, Ashok or simply Asoca, the Saraca Indica is native to India and is harvested from the wild for its edible flowers and leaves.
|• ||Gul Mohr flower|
Also known by other names like Royal Poinciana, Flame of the Forest or Flame Tree, the Gul Mohr is a cluster of orange red flowers. It is one of the striking ornamental flowers.
|• ||Belliric Myrabolan|
Belleric Myrobalan is a deciduous tree commonly grown throughout India. The fruits and leaves of the plant have medicinal properties and are used to treat ailments like cough and cold.
|• ||Pink Cassias|
Also known as Java Cassia, Pink Shower, Apple Blossom tree and Rainbow Shower tree, the Pink Cassia is an ornamental garden and roadside tree, with its origin in the South East Asian countries.
|• ||Queen`s Flower|
Also known by other names like the Giant crepe myrtle, Queen`s crepe myrtle and the Pride of India, the Queens Flower is native to South East Asian countries and is widely cultivated as an ornamental flower.
|• ||Kalesar National Park|
Kalesar National Park is located in the Yamunanagar District of Haryana. It is the abode of leopards, panthers, elephants, red jungle fowl and other species of flora, fauna and avifauna. The name of this national park has been derived from a Shiva Temple.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Arunachal Pradesh|
Wildlife Sanctuaries of Arunachal Pradesh provide suitable habitats to the flora and fauna in the state. There are numerous wildlife sanctuaries, reserves forests and biosphere reserves in the state, which are the abode of a wide range of endangered species of flora, fauna and avian life.
|• ||Valmiki National Park|
The Valmiki National Park in Bihar is also referred to as Valmiki Tiger Reserve and the area covered by it measures nearly 900 sq. km and is known for its rich flora and fauna.
|• ||Myths of Balpakram|
Myths of Balpakram is associated with the spirits of the dead that dwell at Balpakram temporarily before embarking on the final journey. Balpakram is sacred to the Garo as the abode of the dead spirits.
|• ||Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary|
Home to the largest species of tree squirrel called the Indian Giant Squirrel; the Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary in Maharashtra is known to be amongst the 12 bio- diversity hotspots in the world.
|• ||Bird Sanctuaries in Karnataka|
Karnataka houses several bird sanctuaries, which are the abode of numerous native and migratory bird species. Among the sanctuaries, the most popular and largest one is Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, after which Bonal Bird Sanctuary is the second largest of the state.
|• ||Orang National Park|
Orang National Park is located in Assam on the north bank of the Brahmaputra River in the Darrang and Sonitpur Districts.
|• ||Nokrek Biosphere Reserve|
Nokrek Biosphere Reserve is the first of its kind in the north-east region, in India. UNESCO added this National park to its list of Biosphere Reserves in May 2009.
|• ||Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve|
The Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve is an area of conservation in the Satpura Range of Madhya Pradesh state, India. The total area of the reserve is 4926.28 sq km and it envelops three wildlife conservation units like the Bori Sanctuary, the Satpura National Park and the Pachmarhi Sanctuary.
|• ||Anamalai Tiger Reserve|
The Indira Gandhi National Park in the Coimbatore district of Tamil Nadu is an ideal tourist destination.
|• ||Nameri National Park|
Nameri National Park of Assam is counted amongst the richest and most threatened wildlife reservoirs in the world.
|• ||Balpakram National Park|
Balpakram National Park is a national park in the south of Garo Hills in Meghalaya. The national park is blessed with charming grace and breathtaking scenes and is well known for its pristine beauty.
|• ||Manas National Park|
Manas National Park in Assam is a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, a Project Tiger reserve, an elephant reserve and a biosphere reserve. It is the abode of rare and endangered species of Assam roofed turtle, hispid hare, golden langur and pygmy hog etc.
|• ||Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary|
Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Assam. It is mainly popular for its highest concentration on one-horned rhinoceros. Apart from that, it is also the abode of different types of wild animals, birds and reptiles and also some endangered species.
|• ||Indian Flora and Fauna|
Indian flora and fauna comprise of numerous forest types, trees, plants, flowers, animal, birds, reptiles etc. The rich and diverse flora and fauna receive support from favorable climatic conditions in India and are preserved in the protected areas of the nation.
|• ||Nokrek National Park|
The Nokrek National Park is a major tourist attraction in the state and is popular for housing the endangered red pandas, which are world famous.
|• ||Arignar Anna Zoological Park|
The Arinagar Anna Zoological Park is a scientifically managed contemporary zoo in the state that is known to be one of the largest zoological parks in India.
|• ||Garampani Wildlife Sanctuary|
Garampani Wildlife Sanctuary located in Assam houses many animals and birds that are visited by many tourists.
|• ||Salim Ali National Park|
Salim Ali National Park in Jammu and Kashmir was officially notified in 1986 and was later developed into a golf course named Royal Springs Golf Course.
|• ||Sundari Tree|
Seen in the mangrove forests of the coast of Peninsular India, the Sundari Tree is a useful plant.
|• ||Project Tiger in India|
Project Tiger in India is one of the major wildlife conservation movements. It was initiated in the year 1972 in order to protect the Bengal Tigers. Project Tiger in India aims at tiger conservation in the several constituted tiger reserves across the country.
|• ||Dhaman Snake|
Dhaman snake is also known by the name of common rat snake. Scientific name of this snake is Ptyas mucosa.
|• ||Green Imperial Pigeon|
Green Imperial Pigeon is widely regarded as the royal pigeon concentrated in the forest region of Central and West Indian states.
|• ||Banyan Tree|
Banyan Tree is one of the mythological trees in India with extensive branches providing coolest shade. Banyan tree is mainly found throughout the moist and dry deciduous forest regions.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Karnataka|
Karnataka is bounded with several wildlife sanctuaries, which are the homes of several species of animals.
|• ||Natural Vegetation in India|
Natural Vegetation in India includes Tropical Rain Forests, Tropical Deciduous Forests, Temperate Forests and Grasslands, Alpine and Tundra Vegetation.
|• ||Casuarina Trees in India|
The casuarina tree in India is an evergreen tree that resembles a coniferous tree.
|• ||Indian Fruits|
Rich in nutrients and vitamins, the Indian fruits are exported all over the world and India is known to be one of the largest producers of fruit.
|• ||Indravati National Park|
The Indravati National Park is among the 3 project tiger sites in the state and is home to one of the last populations of rare wild buffalo.
|• ||Jamun Tree in India|
Jamun Tree in India is one of the popular indigenous fruits of the country and has got valuable Ayurvedic properties.
|• ||Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve|
The Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve is the first biosphere reserve and also known to be one of the most popular biosphere reserves in India.
|• ||Vansda National Park|
Vansda National Park is a popular wildlife sanctuary located in the district of Navsari in Gujarat. It was established as a national park in the year 1979.
|• ||Flame of the Forest/ Palash Tree|
Flame of the Forest/ Palash Tree is a very beautiful tree with bright crimson orange coloured flowers. This is the state flower of Madhya Pradesh as well as Jharkhand.
|• ||National Parks of Kerala|
The state of Kerala is blessed with a number of National Parks. Eravikulam National Park is the first national park of Kerala and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
|• ||Indian Trees|
Indian trees are grouped into gardening trees, timber trees, medicinal trees, evergreen trees, deciduous trees, etc. Different species of trees are used for different purposes.
|• ||Mango Tree|
Mango tree is a native Tree of India. It can also be found in all tropical countries and has a lot of religious significance and various other usages.
|• ||Badam Tree|
Badam or the Indian almond tree is a large tropical deciduous tree which is known to possess medicinal properties.
|• ||Kadamba tree|
Kadambaba tree is an evergreen tropical tree mostly seen in South and Southeast Asia. The tree has great mythological importance.
|• ||Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary|
Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary in Goa is a famous zoological park known for its wide variety of animals and birds. It also serves as a good spot for picnics and excursions
|• ||Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden|
Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden in Kolkata is famous for the Great Banyan Tree which boasts of having the largest canopy in the world.
|• ||Arjuna Tree|
The Arjuna tree is a large sized deciduous plant which improves the function of the cardiac muscles.
|• ||Bird Sanctuaries in India|
Bird Sanctuaries in India are special areas dedicated to the preservation of various bird species. India with its diverse climatic conditions and wide-ranging geographical setting is a home to several artificial and natural bird sanctuaries.
|• ||Indian Temple Tree|
The Indian Temple Tree is possibly the most recognizable and broadly grown amongst all the trees that can be found in India.
Gokhru is an Indian Medicinal Plant which is the most useful traditional medicinal plant in India. In Ayurveda, Gokhru is indicated for the treatment of urinary disorders, kidney diseases and impotence.
|• ||Babul Tree|
Also known as gum Arabic tree, Babul is a small tree species native to Africa, the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent.
|• ||Hatha Jodi|
Actually a plants root, the Hatha Jodi, resembles a bizarre shape of a clenched fist.
Parsley is a green, bright biennial herb which is used as spice. Parsley grows well in moist conditions with well drained soil and proper sunlight.
|• ||Govind Pashu Vihar Wildlife Sanctuary|
Govind Pashu Vihar Wildlife Sanctuary in Uttarkashi of Uttarakhand was initially established as a wildlife sanctuary but later it was converted into a national park.
|• ||Vedanthangal Bird Sanctuary|
Known to be the oldest water bird sanctuary in the country, Vedanthangal is home to myriad types of migratory birds including 26 rare species.
|• ||Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary|
Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary, located in Darjeeling district of West Bengal, is the abode of hundreds of forest inhabitants and address to the beautiful forest life.
|• ||Bibhutibhushan Wildlife Sanctuary|
Bibhutibhushan Wildlife Sanctuary, located in North 24 Parganas of West Bengal, is the abode of about 400 Deer and Langur.
|• ||Chilika Wildlife Sanctuary|
Known to be one of the popular sanctuaries in Odisha, the Chilika Wildlife Sanctuary is of special significance because of its various migratory birds.
|• ||Royal Bengal Tiger|
The national animal of India, the Royal Bengal Tiger is found in the Bengal region of India.
|• ||Bori Wildlife Sanctuary|
Located on the northern foothills of the Satpura Ranges, the Bori Wildlife Sanctuary is an important transition zone between the forests of western and eastern India.
|• ||Topchanchi Wildlife Sanctuary|
The Topchanchi Wildlife Sanctuary spreads over an area of 8.75 sq. km and although it is not that spacious, yet it manages to preserve the wildlife that resides in it.
|• ||Laokhowa Wildlife Sanctuary|
Famous for its One-Horned Rhino, the Laokhowa Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected area where the tourists can get a glimpse of the numerous species of wildlife.
|• ||Narayan Sarovar Chinkara Sanctuary|
Narayan Sarovar Chinkara Sanctuary, located in Gujarat preserves the most endangered species.
|• ||Anerdam Wildlife Sanctuary|
Anerdam Wildlife Sanctuary is considered as one of the richest sanctuaries in India.
|• ||Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary|
Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary in Odisha is known as one of the most impressive sanctuaries of Odhisha.
|• ||Pania Wildlife Sanctuary|
The Pania Wildlife Sanctuary is an integral part of the famous Gir National Park. This sanctuary was built with an aim to provide protection to numerous endangered species of animals, particularly chinkaras.
|• ||Nugu Wildlife Sanctuary|
With an area of 30.32 sq km, the Nugu Wildlife Sanctuary is situated north of the Bandipur National Park, which is known to house the largest number of tigers and elephants.
|• ||Varsey Rhododendron Sanctuary|
Varsey Rhododendron Sanctuary located in Western Sikkim houses variety of flora and fauna. The sanctuary also borders the State of West Bengal from Sikkim in the south by Rambong Khola stream.
|• ||Arabithittu Wildlife Sanctuary|
Arabithittu Wildlife Sanctuary, situated in Mysore Karnataka, is spread over an area of 14 square km with various species of animals, birds and plants.
|• ||Joypur Forest|
Located in the Bankura district, Joypur forest is the only forest in the plains of Southern Bengal.
|• ||Kudremukh Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kudremukh Wildlife Sanctuary has been named after the eponymous peak Kudremukh that is shaped like a horse face.
|• ||Wildlife in Kutch|
Wildlife in Kutch is one of the largest saline wetlands. The sanctuary supports wide variety of water birds and mammalian wildlife.
|• ||Zoological Garden|
Lying inside the Ram Niwas Garden, Zoological Garden of Jaipur is an ideal dwelling of 71varieties of birds and wild animals.
|• ||Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh|
Sisodia Rani ka Bagh of Jaipur captivates its magic of lovely flowering trees and a scenic environment. Sisodiya Rani Ka Bagh is a blend of Mughal designs and Indian art style.
|• ||Gardens of Jaipur|
Gardens of Jaipur are ideal retreats for tourists and nature lovers who want to watch various facets of Mother Nature. It has many blossoming gardens, some are natural and some are artificial.
|• ||Naturalists in Independent India|
Naturalists in independent India mainly include the pioneers associated with nature and wildlife. They comprise of planters, officials, scientists as well as foresters. Prominent among them are Salim Ali, Edward Pritchard Gee and M. Krishnan.
|• ||Uttar Pradesh Eco Parks|
Uttar Pradesh eco parks are special areas, which provide shelter to different wild species. They are also a vital part of the tourism industry in Uttar Pradesh. Some of the eco parks in the state of Uttar Pradesh are Dudhwa National Park, Hastinapur Wildlife Sanctuary, Okhala Bird Sanctuary and Bakhira Bird Sanctuary.
|• ||Trees In Indian Mythology and Folklore|
Trees in Indian mythology and folklore are considered to be sacred. They have associations with different deities and are worshipped across India. Some of these trees are Banyan Tree, Bodhi Tree, Coconut Tree and Ashoka Tree.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of South India|
Wildlife sanctuaries of south India are special areas located in the states of Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. They protect animals, birds, reptiles, etc. Some of these wildlife sanctuaries are Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary and Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary.
|• ||Flora and fauna of Karnataka|
Flora and fauna of Karnataka are diverse and comprise of plants, animals, birds, reptiles, etc. Flora of Karnataka comprises of species like eucalyptus, teak and rosewood. Fauna of Karnataka comprises of species like leopard, gaur and wild pig.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries in Punjab|
Wildlife sanctuaries in Punjab provide shelter to animals, birds, reptiles, etc. They have developed into tourism spots of Punjab. Some of these wildlife sanctuaries are Abohar Wildlife Sanctuary, Nangal Wildlife Sanctuaries and Bir Gurdialpura Wildlife Sanctuary.
|• ||Tamil Nadu Eco Parks|
Tamil Nadu eco parks are special areas, which provide shelter to a large variety of floral and faunal species. They also serve as major tourist spots of Tamil Nadu. Some of these eco parks are Adyar Eco Park, Courtallam Eco Park and Mudumalai National Park.
|• ||West Bengal Eco Parks|
West Bengal eco parks are famous as preservers of wildlife and popular tourist destinations in the state. Different floral, faunal and avifaunal species are protected in these eco parks. Some of these eco parks are New Town Eco Park, Sunderbans Tiger Reserve and Gorumara National Park.
|• ||History of Indian Wildlife|
History of Indian wildlife can be classified into ancient, medieval and modern history. As per historical records, hunting was considered to be a part of the statecraft of India, long before the British invasion. It also highlights efforts taken to protect wildlife from hunting. Presently, protected areas in India provide shelter to Indian wildlife.
|• ||Jammu and Kashmir Eco Parks|
Jammu and Kashmir eco parks are special areas located at high altitudes. They protect wildlife in the state and also act as recreational centers. Some of these eco parks are Baramulla Eco Park, Dachigam National Park and Hemis National Park.
|• ||Wildlife in Karnataka|
Wildlife in Karnataka is preserved in special areas like national parks, wildlife sanctuaries and bird sanctuaries. It receives support from favorable factors like climate, forests and abundant rainfall. Some of the wild species of Karnataka are elephant, Indian bison, tiger, leopard and deer.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of North India|
Wildlife sanctuaries of north India are special areas dedicated to the protection of numerous wild species. Some of these wildlife sanctuaries are Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary and Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Western India|
Wildlife sanctuaries of western India are special areas dedicated to the protection of wild species. They also serve as tourism products of the states of Gujarat, Maharashtra and Goa. Some of these sanctuaries are Thol Wildlife Sanctuary, Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary and Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary.
|• ||Indian Cormorant|
Indian Cormorant has a very large range. It measures about 60 cm in length and 600 to 800 grams in weight. It is threatened by habitat degradation, human activity in the breeding habitats and drying up of water bodies.
|• ||Sacred Trees of South India|
Sacred trees of South India are associated with certain deities. These trees are considered to be the embodiments of Gods. Minor deities are also considered to reside within or near the trees. Some of these trees are pipal tree, coconut tree and bamboo tree.
|• ||Flora of India|
Flora of India varies with physiographic and climatic conditions in the country. India is situated in the tropical zone of the world and is therefore suitable for the occurrence of deciduous forests. There are around 45,000 plant species present in India. Oaks, laurels, common turmeric, thorny scrub, wild Indian date palm, etc comprise the flora of India.
|• ||Indian Medicinal Plants|
Indian medicinal plants are indispensable part of the Indian traditional medicinal practices like Ayurveda, Siddha and Unani practices. Some of these medicinal plants are tulsi, ginger, turmeric and sunflower.
|• ||Indian Animals|
Indian animals boast of a rich and varied biodiversity in the country. Animals live in the wild. Some animals are also kept at homes as pets. Indian wild animals are tiger, lion, elephant, leopard, etc. Some of the Indian pet animals are dogs, cats and rabbits.
|• ||Indian Wildlife Sanctuaries|
Indian wildlife sanctuaries are famous worldwide for being the protectors and preservers of diverse wildlife present in the country. Some of these wildlife sanctuaries are Nargu Wildlife Sanctuary, Bhamragarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Kaimur Wildlife Sanctuary and Kambalakonda Wildlife Sanctuary.
|• ||Indian Plants|
Indian plants are of various types and each of the species has a specialty of its own. Some plants are used for decoration, while others are used for treatments. The different categories of Indian plants are annual plants, biennial plants, perennial plants, etc. The names of some of the Indian plants are marigolds, balsam, foxglove, daffodils and tulsi.
|• ||Indian Flowers|
Indian flowers are known for their variety, beauty and usefulness. They significantly affect the eco-system and are important parts of Indian religions. Some of these flowers are lotus, glory lily, bulbs, rio grande trumpet flower and saffron flower.
|• ||Indian Herbs|
Indian herbs are sources of life giving medicines that have curative effects on various diseases. They are significant parts of Ayurveda and are famous all over the world for their medicinal properties. Some of the Indian herbs are basil, bhringaraj, cardamom and castor.
|• ||Indian Shrubs|
Indian shrubs are small to medium-sized bushes, which have persistent woody stems above the ground. They help in beautifying a park or a garden. Some of these shrubs are Red Bell Bush, Golden Shower, Purple Wreath and Moonbeam.
|• ||Tiger Reserves in India|
Tiger reserves in India strive to attain success in preserving tiger population in the country. Project Tiger is a conservation programme, under which the Indian tiger reserves are administered. Some of these reserves are Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve, Sunderbans Tiger Reserve, Kanha Tiger Reserve and Periyar Tiger Reserve.
|• ||Conservation of Indian Wildlife|
Conservation of Indian Wildlife relates to several attempts to protect wild species in India. Enactment of Wildlife Protection Act, initiation of projects like Project Tiger by the Government of India, establishment of organizations like WWF-India are the various efforts towards the protection of Indian Wildlife.
|• ||Indian Wildlife|
Indian wildlife comprises of several species of animals, birds, reptiles, etc. Areas protecting Indian wildlife are known as national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Protected areas in India are also designated as bird sanctuaries and tiger reserves. Some of the species of Indian wildlife are royal Bengal tiger, rhinoceros, snow leopard and black buck.
Lychee is a popular Indian fruit, which is the source of vitamin C, minerals, protein, fat, energy and carbohydrates. Lychee ranks 9th amongst fruit crops produced in India. Out of the total amount of lychee produced in India, 74 percent is contributed by Bihar.
|• ||Elephant Reserves in India|
Elephant reserves in India safeguard innumerable elephants, along with several other species of wildlife under the scheme of Project Elephant. This project has multiple aims to achieve like taking care of captive elephants, handling man-animal conflict and creating awareness about the protection of elephants.
|• ||Indian Timber Trees|
Indian timber trees or fancy trees provide wood for making furniture. These trees grow all across India. Some of these trees are Mango tree, Tamarind tree, Banyan tree and Mulberry tree.
|• ||Indian Biosphere Reserves|
Indian biosphere reserves are designated areas, in which plant and animal species and their habitats are protected. Some of them are part of the international network of biosphere reserves. These biosphere reserves are Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, Nokrek Biosphere Reserve and Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve, etc.
|• ||Ranthambore Tiger Reserve|
Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is highly acclaimed for preserving tigers. It is the only forest reserve in Rajasthan and in the entire Aravali Hill Range, where wild Bengal tigers still exist. Other species found in the reserve are leopard, sloth bear, nilgai, etc.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Odisha|
Wildlife sanctuaries of Odisha are designated areas dedicated to the protection of several species of animals, birds, reptiles, etc. Some of these wildlife sanctuaries are Ushakothi Wildlife Sanctuary, Chilka Wildlife Sanctuary and Karalpat Wildlife Sanctuary.
|• ||Wildlife in North India|
Wildlife in north India is protected in the national parks and wildlife sanctuaries of the region. Some of the wild species in north India are tigers, Asiatic elephants, nilgai, gazzelle, boars, wild dog and jungle cat.
|• ||Indian Reptiles|
Indian reptiles comprise one of the largest parts of the Indian wildlife and are found all over the country. They receive shelter in the Indian wildlife sanctuaries and national parks. Some of these reptiles are crocodiles, snakes, turtles and tortoises.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Eastern India|
Wildlife sanctuaries of eastern India provide protection to plants, animals, birds, etc in the states of Bihar, West Bengal, Jharkhand and Odisha. Some of these sanctuaries are Bhimbandh Wildlife Sanctuary, Ballabhpur Wildlife Sanctuary and Palkot Wildlife Sanctuary.
|• ||Shirui Lily|
Shirui Lily is a terrestrial flower. Its native habitat is known to be Shirui Hill in Ukhrul district of Manipur. The flower is known to be a local tourist attraction.
|• ||National Parks of South India|
National parks of south India are areas dedicated to the protection of animals, plants, birds, etc of the states of Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana and the union territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Some of these national parks are Bandipur National Park, Eravikulam National Park and Guindy National Park.
|• ||Indian Partridges|
Indian Partridges are medium-sized game birds. They are non-migratory in nature and are known to nest on the ground. Some of these partridges are Grey Partridge, Black Partridge, Painted Partridge and Tibetan Partridge.
|• ||National Parks of North India|
National parks of north India are involved in the preservation of flora and fauna in the states of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. Some of the national parks of north India are Hemis National Park, Rajaji National Park and Dudhwa National Park.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Tamil Nadu|
Wildlife sanctuaries of Tamil Nadu house many species of animals, birds, etc. These sanctuaries are visited by many tourists and nature lovers. Some of these sanctuaries are Sathyamangalam Wildlife Sanctuary and Tiger Reserve, Grizzled Squirrel Wildlife Sanctuary and Kanyakumari Wildlife Sanctuary.
|• ||National Parks of East India|
National parks of east India play an important role in the preservation of a variety of plants, animals, birds, reptiles, etc in the states of Bihar, West Bengal, Jharkhand and Odisha. Some of these national parks are Valmiki National Park, Sundarbans National Park and Hazaribagh National Park.
|• ||Indian Quails|
Indian Quails are small sized birds, who remain hidden in crops and can fly long distances. Some of these quails are Himalayan Quail, Rock Bush Quail and Common Quail.
|• ||Maharashtra Eco Parks|
Maharashtra eco parks are areas which provide shelter to various species of plants, animals, birds, reptiles, etc. They also act as tourist destinations of Maharashtra. Some of these eco parks are Mahim Nature Park, Melghat Tiger Reserve and Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Manipur|
The wildlife sanctuaries located in Manipur are Yangoupokpi Lokchao Wildlife Sanctuary and Khongjaingamba Ching Wildlife Sanctuary.
|• ||Indian Martins|
The Indian Subcontinent provides shelter to a species of birds called Martins.
|• ||Indian Redstarts|
The Indian Subcontinent provides shelter to a species of birds called Redstarts.
|• ||National Parks of Andaman and Nicobar Islands|
Andaman and Nicobar Islands have national parks namely, Saddle Peak National Park, Rani Jhansi Marine National Park, Galathea National Park, etc.
|• ||Indian Shrikes|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Shrikes.
|• ||Indian Larks|
The Indian Subcontinent provides shelter to a species of birds called Larks.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Haryana|
Wildlife Sanctuaries of Haryana deal with sanctuaries like Chhilchhila Wildlife Sanctuary, Saraswati Wildlife Sanctuary, Nahar Wildlife Sanctuary, etc.
|• ||Bird Sanctuary of Meghalaya|
A bird sanctuary located in the state of Meghalaya is Siju Bird Sanctuary.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Meghalaya|
Wildlife Sanctuaries of Meghalaya form a part of the places of attraction in the state.
|• ||Coastal Trees in India|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable conditions for the growth and development of various kinds of trees in the coastal areas.
|• ||Bihar Eco Park|
Rajdhani Vatika is the name of the eco-park located in the state of Bihar.
|• ||Indian Choughs|
Red-Billed Chough and Alpine Chough are the two choughs which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Evergreen Trees in India|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable conditions for the growth and development of various kinds of evergreen trees in India.
|• ||Deciduous Trees of India|
Teak Tree, Indian Coral Tree and Indian Beech Tree are the deciduous trees which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Tripura Eco Parks|
Khumlwng Eco Park, Tepania Eco Park and Baramura Eco Tourism Park are the different eco parks of Tripura.
|• ||Indian Buttonquails|
Yellow Legged Buttonquail, Barred Buttonquail and Common Buttonquail are the buttonquails which have been recorded in India.
|• ||National Parks of Sikkim|
Wildlife Sanctuaries of Sikkim form a part of the places of attraction in the state.
|• ||Indian Petrels|
Swinhoe`s Storm Petrel, Jouanin`s Petrel and Baraus Petrel are the three petrels which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Indian Serins|
Tibetan Serin and Red Fronted Serin are the two serins which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Rodents of India|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to various types of rodents.
|• ||Bird Sanctuaries of West Bengal|
Bird Sanctuaries of West Bengal provide protection to the flora and fauna in the state.
|• ||Indian Lizards|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of reptiles called Lizards.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of West Bengal|
Wildlife Sanctuaries of West Bengal form a part of the places of attraction in the state.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Central India|
Wildlife Sanctuaries of central India are protected areas sheltering the flora and fauna in the region.
|• ||Indian Doves|
In the Indian Subcontinent, a species of birds have been recorded namely, Doves.
|• ||National Parks of Arunachal Pradesh|
National Parks of Arunachal Pradesh provide suitable habitats to the flora and fauna in the state.
|• ||Indian Crakes|
In the Indian Subcontinent, a species of birds have been recorded namely, Crakes.
|• ||National Parks of Mizoram|
National Parks of Mizoram are protected areas maintained to preserve the flora and fauna in the state.
|• ||Indian Flamebacks|
In the Indian Subcontinent, a species of birds have been recorded namely, Flamebacks.
|• ||National Parks of Meghalaya|
National Parks of Meghalaya form a park of the places of attraction in the state.
|• ||Indian Tits|
In the Indian Subcontinent, a species of bird have been recorded namely, Tits.
|• ||National Parks of West Bengal|
West Bengal has a number of national parks, which provide protection to the flora and fauna in the state.
|• ||Indian Floricans|
Bengal Florican and Lesser Florican are the two floricans which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Indian Minivets|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Minivets.
|• ||Bird Sanctuaries of Haryana|
Bird Sanctuaries of Haryana are protected areas providing shelter to the birds in the state.
|• ||Indian Terns|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Terns.
|• ||Indian Harriers|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Harriers.
|• ||Bird Sanctuaries of Maharashtra|
Maharashtra is blessed with a number of bird sanctuaries, which provide protection to the flora and fauna in the state.
|• ||Indian Shearwaters|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Shearwaters.
|• ||Indian Sandpipers|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Sandpipers.
|• ||Indian Weavers|
Black-Breasted Weaver, Baya Weaver and Streaked Weaver are the three weavers which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Indian Snipes|
Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Snipes.
|• ||Indian Eagles|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Eagles.
|• ||Indian Cranes|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Cranes.
|• ||Indian Snakes|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of reptiles called Snakes.
|• ||Indian Buntings|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Buntings.
|• ||Indian Pittas|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Pittas.
|• ||Indian Crocodiles|
Saltwater Crocodile, Mugger Crocodile and Gharial are the crocodiles which have been traced in India.
|• ||Indian Orioles|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Orioles.
|• ||Indian Buzzards|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Buzzards.
|• ||Indian Drongos|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Drongos.
|• ||Indian Tortoises|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of reptiles called Tortoises.
|• ||Indian Hornbills|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Hornbills.
|• ||Indian Adjutants|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Adjutants.
|• ||National Parks of Haryana|
Sultanpur National Park and Kalesar National Park are the two national parks located in the state of Haryana.
|• ||Indian Laughingthrushes|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Laughingthrushes.
|• ||Indian Coursers|
Indian Courser, Jerdon`s Courser and Cream-Colored Courser are the three coursers which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Indian Herons|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Herons.
|• ||Indian Pelicans|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Pelicans.
|• ||Bird Sanctuaries of Andhra Pradesh|
Bird Sanctuaries of Andhra Pradesh form a part of the places of attraction in the state.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Goa|
Wildlife Sanctuaries of Goa form a part of the place of attraction in the state.
|• ||Indian Bee-Eaters|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Bee-Eaters.
|• ||Indian Egrets|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Egrets.
|• ||Indian Pochards|
Common Pochard, Red-Crested Pochard and Baer`s Pochard are the three Pochards which have been traced in India.
|• ||Indian Starlings|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Starlings.
|• ||Indian Tropicbirds|
Red-Billed Tropicbird, Red-Tailed Tropicbird and White-Tailed Tropicbird are the three tropicbirds which have been traced in India.
|• ||Indian Frigatebirds|
Lesser Frigatebird, Great Frigatebird and Christmas Frigatebird are the Frigatebirds which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Indian Gooses|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Gooses.
|• ||National Parks of Odisha|
National Parks of Odisha form a part of the places of attraction in the state.
|• ||Indian Sparrows|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Sparrows.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Tripura|
Wildlife Sanctuaries of Tripura form a part of places of attraction in the state.
|• ||Indian Coucals|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of bird called Coucals.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Bihar|
Wildlife Sanctuaries of Bihar form a part of the places of attraction in the state.
|• ||Indian Teals|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of bird called Teals.
|• ||Indian Junglefowls|
Red Junglefowl and Grey Junglefowl are the two junglefowls which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Indian Grassbirds|
Bristled Grassbird and Broad-Tailed Grassbird are the two grassbirds which have been traced in India.
|• ||Indian Jays|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Jays.
|• ||Indian Pheasants|
Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Pheasants.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Sikkim|
Wildlife Sanctuaries of Sikkim form a part of the places of attraction in the state.
|• ||Indian Gulls|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of bird called Gulls.
|• ||Indian Owls|
Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Owls.
|• ||Indian Swallow|
Wire-Tailed Swallow and Striated Swallow are the two swallows which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Indian Treepies|
Grey Treepie and Rufous Treepie are the two treepies which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Indian Mynas|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Mynas.
|• ||Indian Magpies|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Magpies.
|• ||Indian Fantails|
White-Spotted Fantail and White-Throated Fantail are the two fantails which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Indian Spurfowls|
Red Spurfowl and Painted Spurfowl are the two spurfowls which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Indian Woodswallows|
Ashy Woodswallow and White-Breasted Woodswallow are the two woodswallows which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Indian Tragopans|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of bird called Tragopans.
|• ||Bird Sanctuaries in Kerala|
Bird Sanctuaries of Kerala form a part of the places of attraction in the state.
|• ||Indian Prinia|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Prinias.
|• ||National Park of Manipur|
Keibul Lamjao National Park was established on 28th of March, 1977 in Manipur. It is spread over an area of about 40 square kilometers.
|• ||Indian Kestrels|
Common Kestrel and Lesser Kestrel are the two kestrels which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Indian Cochoas|
Green Cochoa and Purple Cochoa are the two cochoas which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Indian Nuthatches|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of bird called Nuthatches.
|• ||Indian Munia|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Munias.
|• ||Indian Robins|
Indian Robin, Oriental Magpie-Robin and Indian Blue Robin are different robins which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Indian Sunbirds|
Purple Sunbird, Purple-Rumped Sunbird and Loten`s Sunbird are different sunbirds which have been recorded in India.
|• ||Indian Avadavats|
Red Avadavat and Green Avadavat are the two Avadavats which have been traced in India.
|• ||National Park of Bihar|
The state of Bihar is blessed with a national park called Valmiki National Park, which provides suitable habitat to the flora and fauna in the state.
|• ||National Parks of Andhra Pradesh|
National Parks of Andhra Pradesh form a part of the places of attraction in the state.
|• ||Indian Cuckoos|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of bird called Cuckoos.
|• ||Indian Jacana|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of bird called Jacana.
|• ||Indian Ibis|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of bird called Ibis.
|• ||National Parks of Assam|
National Parks of Assam are protected areas maintained to provide shelter to the flora and flora in the state.
|• ||Indian Turtles|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of reptiles called Turtles.
|• ||National Parks in Madhya Pradesh|
The state of Madhya Pradesh is blessed with a number of national parks, which serve the purpose of providing suitable habitats to the flora and fauna in the state.
|• ||Indian Flowerpeckers|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of bird called Flowerpeckers.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Himachal Pradesh|
The state of Himachal Pradesh is blessed with wildlife sanctuaries, which serve the purpose of protecting the flora and fauna in the state.
|• ||Bird Sanctuaries in Gujarat|
The state of Gujarat is blessed with bird sanctuaries, which serve as protected areas for different types of birds in the state.
|• ||Indian Lapwings|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of birds called Lapwings.
|• ||National Parks of Jammu and Kashmir|
Jammu and Kashmir is blessed with national parks, which provide shelter to the flora and fauna in the state.
|• ||National Parks of Karnataka|
The state of Karnataka is blessed with national parks, which serve the purpose of providing suitable habitats to the flora and fauna in the state.
|• ||Indian Bulbuls|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitats to a species of bird called Bulbuls.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Maharashtra|
Maharashtra is blessed with a number of wildlife sanctuaries, which provide protection to the flora and fauna in the state.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Gujarat|
Wildlife Sanctuaries of Gujarat provide suitable habitats to the flora and fauna in the state.
|• ||National Parks of Uttarakhand|
The state of Uttarakhand is blessed with a number of National Parks, which provide protection to floral and faunal population in the state.
|• ||Indian Barbets|
The names of Barbets recorded in India are Great Barbet, Brown-Headed Barbet, White-Cheeked Barbet, Coppersmith Barbet and Malabar Barbet.
|• ||Indian Pigeons|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitat to a species of birds called Pigeons.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Rajasthan|
Wildlife Sanctuaries of Rajasthan provide suitable habitats to the flora and fauna in the state.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Andhra Pradesh|
The state of Andhra Pradesh is blessed with a number of wildlife sanctuaries which provide support to its faunal and floral population.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Assam|
Wildlife Sanctuaries of Assam are protected areas maintained to provide protection to the flora and fauna in the state.
|• ||National Parks of Gujarat|
The state of Gujarat is blessed with National Parks, which serve the purpose of protecting wildlife in the state.
|• ||Indian Parakeets|
The Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitat to a species of bird called Parakeets.
|• ||Bird Sanctuaries of Uttar Pradesh|
Uttar Pradesh has a number of bird sanctuaries. They provide support to different bird species in the state.
|• ||Indian Ducks|
Indian Subcontinent provides suitable habitat to a species of bird called Ducks.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Chhattisgarh|
The state of Chhattisgarh is blessed with a number of wildlife sanctuaries which provide support to its faunal and floral population.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Uttar Pradesh|
Uttar Pradesh has a number of national parks. They provide support to faunal and floral population of the state.
|• ||Indian Falcons|
Shaheen Falcon, Amur Falcon, Red-Necked Falcon, Peregrine Falcon, Barbary Falcon and Laggar Falcon are the different falcons which have been traced in India.
|• ||National Parks of Himachal Pradesh|
Himachal Pradesh has a number of national parks. They provide support to faunal and floral population of the state.
|• ||National Parks of Maharashtra|
National Parks of Maharashtra serve as tourism products of the state.
|• ||Kaziranga National Park|
Kaziranga National Park is located in Assam, a north eastern state of India. This national park has been designated as a UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) World Heritage Site. Kaziranga has also been designated as an important Bird Area by BirdLife International.
|• ||Tamor Pingla Wildlife Sanctuary|
Tamor Pingla Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the few sanctuaries that has earned popularity amidst the land of Surguja district and even attracts numerous tourists from all over India.
|• ||Vaduvoor Bird Sanctuary|
Vaduvoor Bird Sanctuary is a famous tourist spot located in Thiruvarur District in Tamil Nadu. It houses a variety of migratory birds.
|• ||Kitam Bird Sanctuary|
Kitam Bird Sanctuary is situated in South Sikkim district of Sikkim, between two places called Namchi and Melli. It is a hub of the Indian hilly birds and other migratory birds from Siberia and an ideal place for bird and nature lovers. It is recognized as one of the most prominent bird sanctuaries in Sikkim.
|• ||Khibul Lamjao National Park|
Khibul Lamjao National Park is one of the renowned National Parks in India, noted for the endangered deer specie.
|• ||Eravikulam National Park|
Eravikulam National Park is an abode of some of the endangered species of the world including the Nilgiri Tahr.
|• ||Marine Sanctuary and National Park|
Marine National Park is located on the southern shore of the Gulf of Kutch in the district of Jamnagar, Gujarat. Under the provisions of the Wildlife (Protection) Act, Marine Sanctuary was established in the year 1980, whereas Marine National Park was established in the year 1982. It is credited with the status of being India`s first Marine Sanctuary and National park of India.
|• ||Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary|
Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is located in one of the oldest mountain ranges of India, the Aravalli range, in the state of Rajasthan. It provides a natural habitat to a rich variety of floral and faunal species. The Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India is recognized as the managing body of this wildlife sanctuary.
|• ||Uttaranchal Eco Parks|
Uttaranchal is known to be one of those rare Indian states with the richest variety in its biological or wildlife resource.
|• ||Dandeli Wild life Sanctuary|
Dandeli Wild life Sanctuary is a famous park of Western India, which is located in the Uttara Kannada District of the state called Karnataka. It provides natural habitat to a variety of floral and faunal species. It is also considered to be one of the most attractive tourist spots in Karnataka.
|• ||Bura-Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary|
Bura-Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Assam, north of Sonitpur district. In the year 1995, when a reserved forest area was upgraded as a sanctuary or a protected area, it came to known as the Bura- Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary. This wildlife sanctuary provides natural habitat to a variety of floral and faunal species. It is best known for being a home to the Bengal Florican.
|• ||Bor Wildlife Sanctuary|
Bor Wildlife Sanctuary is located near Hingani in the district of Wardha, Maharashtra. It provides natural habitat to a rich variety of flora and fauna species.
|• ||Vidyadhar Gardens|
It has been named after Vidyadhar Bhattacharjee, the founder of the city, is ideal tourist locale of the region.
|• ||Crocodile Bank|
The brainchild of Romulus Whitaker and few other people , this Crocodile Bank was established in 1976.
|• ||Guru Ghasidas Tiger Reserve|
Guru Ghasidas Tiger Reserve is located in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh and has been named after Guru Haridas, a reformer. Enriched with rich flora and fauna, particularly tigers, this tiger reserve is a famous tourist locale too. This tiger reserve is a part of the Sanjay-Dubri Tiger Reserve, which occupies an area between Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.
|• ||Pilibhit Tiger Reserve|
Pilibhit Tiger Reserve is one of the finest examples of the diverse and productive Terai eco-system.
|• ||Wild Ass Wildlife Sanctuary|
The Wild Ass Wildlife Sanctuary is a home of the wild ass, one of the endangered specie of the world.
|• ||Desert National Park|
Desert National park is rich in retaining the heritage of life of Indian desert.
|• ||Valley Of Flowers National Park|
With its ancient tradition and heritage and amidst its lushness the Park is indeed the hub of colorful flowers and plant
|• ||Gir National Park|
Gir National Park, situated in Gujarat, is the home to the rare Indian wildlife species.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries in Jammu and Kashmir|
Wildlife Sanctuaries in Jammu and Kashmir reveals the awesome natural beauty in the high hilly terrain and the rich amount of flora and fauna, which together makes Paradise on Earth.
|• ||Rajparian Wildlife Sanctuary|
Rajparian Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary in Anantnag District of Jammu and Kashmir that attracts the tourists of all sections for the birds and animals.
|• ||Baramulla Eco Park|
Baramulla Eco Park in Jammu and Kashmir is set on an island in the Jhelum River enveloped by scenic surroundings and blissful serenity.
|• ||Assam Eco Parks|
Assam Eco Parks are playing an important role in preserving natural resources of the state.
|• ||Mirgund Wetlands|
Mirgund Wetlands is a naturally enriched wetlands area in Jammu and Kashmir, now open for the tourists.
|• ||Manibugh Wetlands|
Manibugh Wetland in Kashmir is a marshland area and it is the breeding area of many birds which are local and migratory.
|• ||Eco Parks in Odisha|
Eco Parks in Odisha are famous for preserving wildlife and also for being attractive tourist destinations. There are some renowned wildlife sanctuaries in Odisha
|• ||Narkara Wetlands|
Narkara Wetlands is the aquatic and terrestrial region in Jammu and Kashmir, often attracts the migratory birds, because of the abundance of fishes.
|• ||Hygam Wetlands|
Hygam Wetlands is located in Baramulla District of Jammu and Kashmir. This wetland area of Jammu and Kashmir is the abode of many birds and aquatic plant life.
|• ||Shallabugh Wetlands|
Shallabugh is the wetland region in Jammu and Kashmir, and it is listed as one of the primary tourist destination.
|• ||Hokersar Wetlands|
Hokersar Wetlands is a wetland land area and it falls as the eco tourism project of Jammu and Kashmir.
|• ||Bhagyanagar Nandanavanam Park|
Bhagyanagar Nandanavanam Park is a famous park in Narapally. People from far off places often visit this place.
|• ||Courtallam Eco Park|
Courtallam Eco Park is the biggest eco park of Tamil Nadu nestled in the mesmerizing scenic beauty. It also serves as an educational centre for students.
|• ||Monitor Lizard|
Monitor Lizard is striking in appearance due to its long neck, elongated head and a tongue which is similar to that of a snake.
|• ||Nagarhole National Park|
Nagarhole National Park has a rich variety of wild flora and fauna, thus making it popular amongst tourists.
|• ||Anamudi National Park|
Anamudi Shola National Park is located along Western Ghats in the Idukki district of Kerala.
|• ||Rajgir Wildlife Sanctuary|
Rajgir Wildlife Sanctuary in Bihar is a treasure house of rich diversity of flora and fauna nestled in magnificent landscapes. Here one can find the wildlife in the midst of archaeological relics of Buddha era.
|• ||Vellode Bird Sanctuary|
Vellode Birds Sanctuary located in Tamil Nadu houses many animals, birds and plants. It is spread over an area of 200 acres.
|• ||Mahim Nature Park|
Built on garbage, the Mahim Natural Park is a great achievement towards preserving biodiversity in India.
|• ||Kukrail Reserve Forest|
Kukrail Reserve forest is one of the well known forest reserves developed by the Government of Uttar Pradesh in 1978. Kukrail Reserve forest was developed to protect the endangered crocodile species of India.
|• ||Indian National Parks|
Indian national parks are popular throughout the world for preserving the rich Indian wildlife and endangered species.
|• ||Bakhira Bird Sanctuary|
Bakhira Bird Sanctuary is one of the prominent tourist attraction sites of Uttar Pradesh.
|• ||Shingba Rhododendron Sanctuary|
Shingba Rhododendron Sanctuary is located in the famous Yumthang Valley in North Sikkim. The sanctuary houses a wide variety of flora and fauna.
|• ||Churdhar Sanctuary|
Churdhar Sanctuary, a national park in Himachal Pradesh, is located in the Sirmour of Shimla
|• ||Central Khongampat Orchidarium|
Central Khongampat Orchidarium of Manipur which has a wide collection of nearly 500 varieties of Orchids. Located at a distance of 7 kms from Imphal city it is often visited by the tourists.
Ashvaghna is a large evergreen poisonous shrub, but with proper usage can be utilised as a cardiac tonic widely found in Himachal Pradesh and its adjacent areas.
|• ||Andaman Cat Snake|
Andaman Cat Snake is an Indian Reptile and it is mildly venomous snake concentrated in South Asian countries.
|• ||Boiga Ceylonensis|
Boiga Ceylonensis is known as Srilanka Cat Snake and it falls in the species of colubrid.
|• ||Dachigam National Park|
Dachigam National Park contains the last viable Hangul population in the world which is located in Srinagar.
|• ||Green Crested Lizard|
Green Crested Lizard is an Indian Reptile found in the countries of South Asia
|• ||Burmese Python|
Burmese Python is an Indian Reptile and it is one of the largest species of snake in eastern India.
|• ||Checkered Keelback|
Checkered Keelback is an Indian reptile and it belongs to the species of non venomous snake.
|• ||Paradise Tree Snake|
Paradise Tree Snake is an Indian Reptile that belongs to the family of lizards.
|• ||Collared Reed Snake|
Collared Reed Snake is an Indian Reptile also known as Miyara`s collared snake found in the Indian states and the Asian and South Asian countries.
|• ||Dibamus Nicobaricum|
Dibamus Nicobaricum is an Indian Reptile and it belongs to the lizard family.
|• ||Mandarin Rat Snake|
Mandarin Rat Snake is an Indian Reptile endemic to Asia. This snake is popular to pet trade.
|• ||East Indian Brown Mabuya|
East Indian Brown Mabuya is an Indian Reptile and it belongs from the species of skink.
|• ||Red-Tailed Green Ratsnake|
Red-Tailed Green Ratsnake is an Indian Reptile found in South Asia with green body and tail.
|• ||Reticulated Leaf-Toed Gecko|
Reticulated Leaf-Toed Gecko is an Indian Reptile and it is found widely in southern part of India.
|• ||Indian Fringe-Fingered Lizard|
Indian Fringe-Fingered Lizard is an Indian Reptile and it is a species of laterite lizard concentrated in Asian countries and Indian states.
|• ||Himalayan Agama|
Himalayan Agama is an Indian Reptile that belongs to the family of agamid lizard widely concentrated in the Himalayan Mountain Range.
|• ||Nilgiri Keelback|
Nilgiri Keelback is an Indian Reptile named after Richard Henry Beddome, who discovered this species from Niligiris Range.
|• ||Oreocryptophis Porphyracea|
Oreocryptophis Porphyraceus is an Indian Reptile and it is a rat snake widely concentrated in Indian states.
|• ||Ptyas Korros|
Ptyas Korros is an Indian Reptile and it is falls in the family of Chinese Ratsnake.
|• ||Ptyas Mucosa|
Ptyas Mucosa is an Indian reptile and it belongs to the snake family widely concentrated in the Indian states. It is the second largest snake in Sri Lanka, after Indian Rock Python.
|• ||Orange-Collared Keelback|
Orange-Collared Keelback is an Indian reptile and it belongs to the species of snake.
|• ||Sibynophis Subpunctatus|
Sibynophis Subpunctatus is an Indian Reptile endemic to Bangladesh, India and Srilanka.
|• ||Spotted Slug Snake|
Spotted Slug Snake is an Indian Reptile of medium size and is predominantly a forest dweller.
|• ||Trimeresurus Albolabris Septentrionalis|
Trimeresurus Albolabris Septentrionalis is an Indian Reptile belonging to the viper community.
|• ||Trimeresurus Mucrosquamatus|
Trimeresurus Mucrosquamatus is an Indian Reptile and it is a venomous bird widely distributed in Asian countries.
|• ||Trimeresurus Strigatus|
Trimeresurus Strigatus is a venomous Reptile found in India and widely in Central and Western parts of India
|• ||Tropidolaemus Huttoni|
Tropidolaemus Huttoni is an Indian Reptile endemic to Southern Western Ghats of India.
|• ||Variegated Mountain Lizard|
Variegated Mountain Lizard is an Indian Reptile concentrated in the semi urban area of Indian states and the Asian sub continent.
|• ||White-Banded Wolf Snake|
White-Banded Wolf Snake is an Indian Reptile widely found in the dense jungles and the shrubs of Asia.
|• ||Indian Black Turtle|
Indian Black Turtle is an Indian Reptile and it is species of turtle family.
|• ||Wyanad Day Gecko|
Wyanad Day Gecko is an Indian Reptile and it is a species of Gecko family.
|• ||Hemis National Park|
Hemis National Park is a unique high altitude national park. Leh-Manali highway houses Hemis Monastery which is a famous place for tourists.
|• ||Jerdon`s Day Gecko|
Jerdon`s Day Gecko is an Indian Reptile and it is species of Gecko endemic to Indian states.
|• ||Kandyan Day Gecko|
Kandyan Day Gecko is an Indian Reptile common in urban settlement areas of mountain ranges.
|• ||Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is a major attraction for the tourists coming to Udaipur.
|• ||Rajaji National Park|
Rajaji National Park is distinct for its pristine scenic beauty and rich bio-diversity. It is a paradise for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts.
|• ||Indian Golden Gecko|
Indian Golden Gecko is an Indian Reptile which is also known as Beddome`s Golden Gecko, widely found in Eastern Ghats Mountain Range in India.
|• ||Cochin Forest Cane Turtle|
Cochin Forest Cane Turtle is an Indian Reptile found in the forest range of Kavalai in India.
|• ||Leopard Gecko|
Leopard Gecko is an Indian reptile known as the ground dwelling lizard, established in the pet family.
|• ||East Indian Leopard Gecko|
East Indian Leopard Gecko is an Indian reptile widespread in Indian states and Bangladesh.
|• ||Cantor`s Giant Softshell Turtle|
Cantor`s Giant Softshell Turtle is an Indian Reptile widely concentrated in the regions of freshwaters and the rivers.
|• ||Black Softshell Turtle|
Black Softshell Turtle is an Indian reptile found in the fresh water lakes and the Indian rivers of glacial and rain origin.
|• ||Leith`s Softshell Turtle|
Leith`s Softshell Turtle is an Indian reptile and it is widely scattered in Indian states.
|• ||Indian Softshell Turtle|
Indian Soft-Shell Turtle is an Indian reptile that is found widely in South Asia and India.
|• ||Keeled Box Turtle|
Keeled box turtle is an Indian reptile that belongs to the Geoemydidae family and is widespread in Asian countries.
|• ||Indian Eyed Turtle|
Indian Eyed Turtle is an Indian Reptile found in northern part of India and Bangladesh.
|• ||Assam Roofed Turtle|
Assam Roofed Turtle is an Indian reptile, also known as Sylhet Roofed Turtle which is widespread in Bangladesh and India.
|• ||Red-Crowned Roofed Turtle|
Red-Crowned Roofed Turtle is an Indian Reptile and it falls in the fresh water turtle family concentrated in Asian countries.
|• ||Brahminy River Turtle|
Brahminy River Turtle is an Indian Reptile and it is a species of the turtle family.
|• ||Black Pond Turtle|
Black Pond Turtle is an Indian Reptile and it is endemic to Southern part of Asia and the South East Asia.
|• ||Asian Leaf Turtle|
Asian Leaf Turtle is an Indian Reptile widely distributed in the South East Asia and Indian states.
|• ||Amboina Box Turtle|
Amboina Box Turtle is an Indian Reptile and it is a species that belongs to the Asian Box Turtle family.
|• ||Northern River Terrapin|
Northern River Terrapin is an Indian Reptile and it is a Riverine Turtle, widely found in West Bengal, Odisha and the river belt of Northern part of India.
|• ||Asian Forest Tortoise|
Asian Forest Tortoise is an Indian Reptile also known as Asian Brown Tortoise, is one of primitive living species in the world of reptiles. Asian Forest Tortoise is the largest Tortoise in mainland Asia.
|• ||Indian Star Tortoise|
Star Tortoise is an Indian reptile popular in India as the pet trade.
|• ||Elongated Tortoise|
Elongated Tortoise is an Indian reptile and it is included among the endangered species.
Asoka is a tiny tree with overspreading, shiny appearance, with traces of substantial chemical elements.
Khetki is used for the treatment of diuretic, diaphoretic and bruises problems.
Gharial is an Indian reptile known as the fish eating crocodile that belongs to the family of Gavialidae.
|• ||White-Bellied Erpornis|
White-Bellied Erpornis is an Indian bird and it is the species of bird family.
|• ||Brown Parrotbill|
Brown Parrotbill is an Indian bird widely spread in the Central and Eastern Himalayan Mountain Range
|• ||Oriental White-Eye|
Oriental White-Eye is an Indian Bird and it is a small bird of passerine family.
|• ||Asian Fairy-Bluebird|
Asian Fairy Bluebird is an Indian bird, widespread in Indian states falls in the family of bluebirds.
Goldcrest is an Indian Bird and it belongs to kinglet family which migrated from Central Asia to India in winters.
|• ||White-Tailed Nuthatch|
White-Tailed Nuthatch is an Indian Bird and it falls in the family of Sittidae.
|• ||Velvet-Fronted Nuthatch|
Velvet-Fronted Nuthatch is an Indian Bird and it is a passerine bird that belongs to the family of Sittidae.
|• ||Beautiful Nuthatch|
Beautiful Nuthatch is an Indian bird found in most countries of Asia. This bird is found widespread in Indian states
Wallcreeper is an Indian Bird that falls in the species of Tichodroma family.
|• ||Indian Spotted Creeper|
Indian Spotted Creeper is an Indian bird that belongs to the family of Salpornithinae.
|• ||Jungle Myna|
Jungle Myna is an Indian bird and it is a member of sterling family.
|• ||Bank Myna|
Bank Myna is an Indian bird found in the southern part of Asia and Indian states.
|• ||Pied Myna|
Pied Myna is an Indian bird found in the Indian states. It is also known as common Myna.
|• ||Chestnut-Tailed Starling|
Chestnut-Tailed Starling is a common Indian bird and it is a resident of Starling family.
|• ||Brahminy Starling|
Brahminy Starling or Brahminy Myna is a member of starling family, seen in the flocks in the Indian states.
|• ||Common Rock Thrush|
Common Rock Thrush is an Indian bird placed in the family of Turdidae.
|• ||Blue-Capped Rock Thrush|
Blue-Capped Rock Thrush is an Indian Bird and it is a migratory in nature.
|• ||Pied Thrush|
Pied Thrush is an Indian bird found in the Indian states and Srilanka. This bird breeds in the snowy mountain range.
|• ||Chandrasekhar Azad Park|
Chandrasekhar Azad Park is a park located in Allahabad. This park was known as Alfred Park.
|• ||Orange-Headed Thrush|
Orange-Headed Thrush is an Indian Bird belongs to the thrush family.
|• ||Common Rosefinch|
Common Rosefinch is an Indian Bird and it is widespread in Asian countries and Indian states like Kerala, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Odisha.
Brambling is an Indian bird and it is a member of small passerine bird family.
|• ||Black-Headed Bunting|
Black-Headed Bunting is an Indian bird and it belongs to the passerine family.
|• ||Chestnut-Eared Bunting|
Chestnut-Eared Bunting is an Indian bird and it belongs to the passerine bird family.
|• ||Grey-Necked Bunting|
Grey-Necked Bunting is an Indian bird and it is a species of Emberizidae family widely distributed in Indian states
|• ||Rock Bunting|
Rock Bunting is an Indian bird that belongs to the Emberizidae family. This bird breeds in the dry mountainous range in India.
|• ||Nilgiri Pipit|
Nilgiri Pipit is an Indian bird that has the non migratory behaviour. It has a tendency to fly in the low trees when distributed.
|• ||Olive-Backed Pipit|
Olive-Backed Pipit is an Indian bird that belongs from the passerine bird breeds in the Indian states.
|• ||Richard`s Pipit|
Richard`s Pipit is an Indian bird and it is a medium sized bird which breeds in the open grasslands.
|• ||White-browed wagtail|
White-Browed Wagtail is an Indian Bird and it is the largest member of wagtail family.
|• ||Robin Accentor|
Robin Accentor is an Indian Bird that belongs to the Prunellidae family.
|• ||Chestnut Munia|
Chestnut Munia is an Indian Bird and it is a resident of tropical Asia.
|• ||Scaly-Breasted Munia|
Scaly-Breasted Munia is a small bird having a dark colonial bill feeding on the berries and small insects.
|• ||Black-Throated Munia|
Black-Throated Munia is an Indian Bird and it is a resident breeder in the hills of southwest India.
|• ||Indian Silverbill|
Indian Silverbill which is also known as white-throated munia belongs to the passerine bird family.
|• ||Green Avadavat|
Green Avadavat is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the species of Estrildid finch family.
|• ||Red Avadavat|
Red Avadavat is an Indian Bird with colourful plumage and lives in open lands and grass fields.
|• ||Black-Breasted Weaver|
Black-Breasted Weaver is an Indian Bird and it is resident breeder in Indian states.
|• ||Finn`s Weaver|
Finn`s Weaver is an Indian Bird that belongs to the species of yellow weaver.
|• ||Baya Weaver|
Baya Weaver is an Indian bird found across in South East Asia and Indian states.
|• ||Yellow-Throated Sparrow|
Yellow-Throated Sparrow is an Indian Bird widely distributed in Indian states.
|• ||Sind Sparrow|
Sind Sparrow is an Indian bird and it is a passerine bird family found widely in India and Pakistan.
|• ||Streaked Spiderhunter|
Streaked Spiderhunter is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the Nectariniidae family.
|• ||Loten`s Sunbird|
Loten`s Sunbird is a long billed sun bird endemic to Indian states that feed on small insects.
|• ||Purple sunbird|
Purple Sunbird is an Indian Bird that appears in black colour among the males and has the distinctive sexual dimorphism.
|• ||Red-Fronted Serin|
Red-Fronted Serin is an Indian Bird and it is a small passerine bird. It exists in the high mountain range of Himalayan Mountain Range.
|• ||Crimson-Backed Sunbird|
Crimson-Backed Sunbird is an Indian bird and it belongs to the small sun bird category.
|• ||Tibetan Serin|
Tibetan Serin is an Indian Bird widespread in the Indian states and it was first described by British ornithologist Allan Octavian Hume.
|• ||Collared Grosbeak|
Collared Grosbeak is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the species of finch family.
|• ||Purple-Rumped Sunbird|
Purple-Rumped Sunbird, an Indian bird that bears a scientific name "Leptocoma zeylonica", is a very small sized bird widespread in Asian and Indian states.
|• ||Scarlet-Backed Flowerpecker|
Scarlet-Backed Flowerpecker is an Indian bird and it is widespread in tropical forests.
|• ||Fire-Breasted Flowerpecker|
Fire-Breasted Flowerpecker is an Indian Bird and this species is of sexual dimorphism. This bird is widespread in Indian states especially in spring season and late winters. It has been said to be the smallest bird of India.
|• ||Nilgiri Flowerpecker|
Nilgiri Flowerpecker is an Indian Bird that belongs to the flowerpeaker family.
|• ||Pale-Billed Flowerpecker|
Pale-Billed Flowerpecker is an Indian bird feed on nectar and berries found widespread in Indian states.
|• ||Thick-Billed Flowerpecker|
Thick-Billed Flowerpecker is an Indian Bird and it is a tiny bird and it falls in the flower picker family.
|• ||White-Throated Dipper|
White-Throated Dipper is an Indian bird found in the aquatic regions of Indian states. It is a semi aquatic bird, first described by Sturnus cinclus.
|• ||Pied Wheatear|
Pied Wheatear is an Indian Bird and it is a small bird of Turdidae family.
|• ||Pied Bush Chat|
Pied Bush Chat is an Indian bird and it is a small bird from passerine family found in the Asian sub continent and the Indian states.
|• ||White-Tailed Stonechat|
White-Tailed Stonechat is an Indian Bird and it is a species of Muscicapidae family.
|• ||Siberian Stonechat|
Siberian Stonechat or Asian Stonechat is an Indian bird and it belongs to the family of migratory bird that breeds in the temperate Asia and the eastern part of Europe.
|• ||Plumbeous Water Redstart|
Plumbeous Water Redstart is an Indian bird and it belongs to the family of Muscicapidae.
|• ||Guldenstadt`s Redstart|
Guldenstadt`s Redstart is an Indian bird and it is a species concentrated in the mountains of South west and Central Asia.
|• ||Daurian Redstart|
Daurian Redstart is an Indian bird and it is a small passerine bird widespread in temperate zones of South Asia.
|• ||Oriental Magpie-Robin|
Oriental Magpie-Robin is an Indian bird concentrated in the South East Asian countries that includes Japan, Indonesia, Philippines and India. It is widespread in Indian states.
|• ||Indian Blue Robin|
Indian Blue Robin is an Indian bird and it is a small bird found in the South Asian countries.
|• ||White-Tailed Rubythroat|
White-Tailed Rubythroat is an Indian bird and it is a species concentrated in the Himalayan Mountain Range.
|• ||Nilgiri Flycatcher|
Nilgiri Flycatcher is an Indian Bird and it is referred as the Old World flycatcher widespread in the Western Ghats and the Nilgiri Range.
|• ||Tickell`s Blue Flycatcher|
Tickell`s Blue Flycatcher is an Indian bird that breeds in tropical parts of Asia and migrate to the dense forests of India.
|• ||White-Bellied Blue Flycatcher|
White-Bellied Blue Flycatcher is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the small passerine family concentrated in the Western Ghats Mountain Range in India.
|• ||Black-And-Orange Flycatcher|
Black-And-Orange Flycatcher is an Indian Bird and the bird is endemic to the South eastern part of India.
|• ||Ultramarine Flycatcher|
Ultramarine Flycatcher is an Indian bird that has the widespread habitat in Indian forests and the woods regions.
|• ||Kashmir Flycatcher|
Kashmir Flycatcher is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the passerine bird family that breeds in Himalayan Mountain Range and migrates to Western Ghats Mountain Range in India.
|• ||Asian Brown Flycatcher|
Asian Brown Flycatcher is an Indian Bird that belongs to the family of Muscicapidae.
|• ||Dark-Sided Flycatcher|
Dark-Sided Flycatcher is an Indian bird and it belongs to the passerine bird family.
|• ||Green Cochoa|
Cochoa is an Indian bird and it belongs to the family of Turdidae.
|• ||Purple Cochoa|
Purple Cochoa is an Indian bird and it belongs to the family of Turdidae or the related Muscicapidae concentrated in Asian countries and Indian states.
|• ||Blue Whistling Thrush|
Blue Whistling Thrush is an Indian Bird concentrated in the Himalayan Mountain Range and the South Eastern part of Asia.
|• ||Malabar Whistling Thrush|
Malabar Whistling Thrush is an Indian Bird famous for its sound. This bird is a resident breeder in Western Ghats Mountain Range in India.
|• ||Nilgiri Blue Robin|
Nilgiri Blue Robin is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the Muscicapidae family.
Fieldfare is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the family of Turdidae concentrated in Indian states and the Middle East of Asia.
|• ||Green Shrike-Babbler|
Green Shrike-Babbler is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the Vireonidae family.
|• ||Red-Billed Leiothrix|
Red-Billed Leiothrix is an Indian bird and it is the member of Leiothrichidae family residing in Indian states.
|• ||Silver-Eared Mesia|
Silver-Eared Mesia is an Indian bird falling in the family of Leiothrichidae.
|• ||Indian Scimitar Babbler|
Indian Scimitar Babbler is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the family of babbler concentrated in the Indian states and the Asian sub continent.
|• ||Puff-Throated Babbler|
Puff-Throated Babbler is an Indian Bird and it is a species from passerine bird from Asia.
|• ||Abbott`s Babbler|
Abbott`s Babbler is an Indian bird widely distributed in Indian states, especially in Himalayan Mountain Range.
|• ||Bugun Liocichla|
Bugun Liocichla is an Indian Bird and it is passerine bird spotted first in 1995, in South India.
|• ||Kerala Laughingthrush|
Kerala Laughingthrush is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the species of Laughingthrush family widespread in Kerala and the entire part of South India.
|• ||Black-Chinned Laughingthrush|
Black-Chinned Laughingthrush is an Indian bird and it is concentrated in the Nilgiri Mountain Range.
|• ||Wynaad Laughingthrush|
Wynaad Laughingthrush is an Indian bird and it is endemic in Western Ghats Mountain Range in India.
|• ||Plain Prinia|
Plain Prinia is an Indian bird and it is a resident breeder from Pakistan and India.
|• ||Ashy Prinia|
Prinia is an Indian Bird and it is a resident breeder in Indian states.
|• ||Grey-Breasted Prinia|
Grey-Breasted Prinia is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the family of small passerine bird, found in the entire regions of the Old World.
|• ||Swamp Prinia|
Swamp Prinia is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the family of wren-warbler, concentrated in Indian states.
|• ||Garden Warbler|
Garden Warbler is an Indian Bird and it is a common bird that breeds in Europe and Western Part of Asia.
|• ||Lesser Whitethroat|
Lesser Whitethroat is an Indian bird and it is widespread in Indian desert region and Saharan desert.
|• ||Broad-Tailed Grassbird|
Broad-Tailed Grassbird is an Indian bird and it belongs to the family of Locustellidae.
|• ||Bristled Grassbird|
Bristled Grassbird is an Indian Bird and it is a small passerine bird endemic in Indian states, Nepal, Bhutan and Sikkim.
|• ||Yellow-Browed Warbler|
Yellow-Browed Warbler is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the family of leaf warbler, concentrated in temperate belt of Asia and South Asia.
|• ||Clamorous Reed Warbler|
Clamorous Reed Warbler is an Indian Bird that breeds in Egypt, Russia and India.
|• ||Oriental Reed Warbler|
Oriental Reed Warbler is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the family of the Reed Warbler genus formerly classified Great Reed Warbler.
|• ||Pale-Footed Bush Warbler|
Pale-Footed Bush Warbler is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the species of warbler family.
|• ||Black-Throated Bushtit|
Black-Throated Bushtit is an Indian Bird and it is unique for the black throat and belongs to the family of Aegithalidae.
|• ||Nepal House Martin|
Nepal House Martin is an Indian Bird and it is completely a non migratory bird concentrated in Himalayan Range in North eastern part of India.
|• ||Asian House Martin|
Asian House Martin is an Indian Bird and it is migratory in nature. It is a small bird of passerine bird family.
|• ||Striated Swallow|
Striated Swallow is an Indian Bird and they are found in hilly tracts of north east India.
|• ||Wire-Tailed Swallow|
Wire-Tailed Swallow is an Indian Bird and it is a bird that belongs to the family of small passerine birds concentrated in Asia and African countries.
|• ||Dusky Crag Martin|
Dusky Crag Martin is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the small passerine bird family concentrated in Assam, Meghalaya, West Bengal, Darjeeling, and in some parts of Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam.
|• ||Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary|
Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary is a National Park in Jalpaiguri district, West Bengal, the main attraction of which is the Indian One-horned Rhinoceros.
|• ||Nicobar bulbul|
Nicobar Bulbul is an Indian bird and it belongs to the family of Bulbul song bird.
|• ||Black Bulbul|
Black Bulbul is an Indian Bird and it is well known as Hilmalayan Black Bulbul found in the north-east and eastern India and China.
|• ||Yellow-Browed Bulbul|
Yellow-Browed Bulbul is an Indian bird and it belongs to the family of bulbul.
|• ||Yellow-Throated Bulbul|
Yellow-Throated Bulbul is an Indian bird and it is found widely in Southern part of India.
|• ||White-Browed Bulbul|
White-Browed Bulbul is an Indian Bird and it is a member of bulbul family residing in places lije Southern part of India and Srilanka.
|• ||Red-Vented Bulbul|
Red-Vented Bulbul is an Indian bird and it is resident breeder in Indian states like Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala. These birds are also seen in Srilanka and Pacific belts.
|• ||Himalayan Bulbul|
Himalayan Bulbul is an Indian Bird and it falls in bulbul family and they are very good pet of humans.
|• ||White-Eared Bulbul|
White-Eared Bulbul is an Indian Bird and it is a bird of bulbul family. It is found widely in Western Ghats and Eastern Ghats Mountain Range in India.
|• ||Grey-Headed Bulbul|
Grey-Headed Bulbul is an Indian bird and it is a member of bulbul family concentrated in the Western Ghats Mountain Range in India.
|• ||Greater Hoopoe-Lark|
Greater hoopoe-lark is an Indian Bird belongs from the dry and arid region and the semi desert region of India.
|• ||Crested Lark|
Crested Lark is an Indian Bird and it is a species that belongs to the family of lark, non migratory in nature, found in Britain, Africa, Asia and China.
|• ||Sand Lark|
Sand Lark is an Indian Bird and it is a small bird of passerine family concentrated in the South Asia and Iran and in the winters migrated towards Indian states like Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Central Indian forest and the Chhattisgarh.
|• ||Greater Short-Toed Lark|
Greater Short-Toed Lark is an Indian Bird that concentrates in the Indian states like Kutch regions, Gujarat and Rajasthan.
|• ||Rufous-Tailed Lark|
Rufous-Tailed Lark is an Indian bird that bears a scientific name of Ammomanes phoenicura and is concentrated in Indian states where stony landforms are dominant.
|• ||Ashy-Crowned Sparrow-Lark|
Ashy-Crowned Sparrow-Lark is an Indian bird and it is a small size bird concentrated in the South Asian countries and the Indian states.
|• ||Jerdon`s Bush Lark|
Jerdon`s Bush Lark is an Indian bird and it belongs from the lark family found in the southern part of Indian states and Srilanka.
|• ||Indian Bush Lark|
Indian Bush Lark is an Indian Bird concentrated in the dry and arid regions of Rajasthan.
|• ||Fire-Capped Tit|
Fire-Capped Tit is an Indian bird of a very small size concentrated in the north east region of Indian States and other Asian countries.
|• ||Sundarbans Mangrove Forest in India|
Sundarbans Mangrove Forest in India provides the most important habitats for world famous Royal Bengal Tiger and the other terrestrial and aquatic animals.
|• ||Sultan Tit|
Sultan Tit is an Indian bird and it is large song bird found in the Asian countries and Indian states.
|• ||White-Naped Tit|
White-Naped Tit is an Indian bird and it falls in the family of Paridae.
|• ||Grey-Headed Canary-Flycatcher|
Grey-Headed Canary-Flycatcher is an Indian bird and it is a small flycatcher family concentrated in the Indian states stats in pairs.
|• ||Grey Hypocolius|
Grey Hypocolius is an Indian bird found in the western part of the world and in countries like Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh and in some parts of Indian states.
|• ||House Crow|
House Crow is an Indian bird that bears a scientific name "Corvus splendens" concentrated throughout Indian states and the Asian Countries.
|• ||Alpine Chough|
Alpine Chough is an Indian bird that belongs to the crow family, concentrated in the Asian countries and the Indian states.
|• ||Red-Billed Chough|
Red-Billed Chough is an Indian bird that belongs to the genus of Pyrrhocorax.
|• ||Spotted Nutcracker|
Spotted Nutcracker is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the passerine bird family.
|• ||Grey Treepie|
Grey Treepie is an Indian bird and it is categorised in Himalayan category. It is a medium sized bird concentrated in the dense jungles.
|• ||Shivalik Fossil Park|
Shivalik fossil Park is one of the rare gifts of nature in Shivalik hills, wherein the remains of extinct prehistoric animals have been found preserved as fossils, and is a rich geological heritage.
|• ||Rufous Treepie|
Rufous Treepie is an Indian bird scattered in the urban and semi urban regions of Indian states.
|• ||Red-Billed Blue Magpie|
Red-Billed Blue Magpie is an Indian bird and it is a species from corvus family or crow family.
|• ||Yellow-Billed Blue Magpie|
Yellow-Billed Blue Magpie is an Indian bird that it belongs to the crow and jay family.
|• ||Black-Headed Jay|
Black-Headed Jay is an Indian bird concentrated in the Himalayan Mountain Range and the dense forest of North Indian states, Nepal and Bhutan.
|• ||Eurasian Jay|
Eurasian Jay is an Indian bird concentrated in the vast region of Indian states and the Asian countries.
|• ||White-Spotted Fantail|
White-Spotted Fantail or Spot-Breasted Fantail is an Indian bird concentrated in the fields, heaths and rice cultivation areas of Central India.
|• ||Greater Racket-Tailed Drongo|
Greater Racket-Tailed Drongo is an Indian bird and it one of the medium sized bird that belongs to the Dicruridae family.
|• ||White-Throated Fantail|
White-Throated Fantail is an Indian bird and it is a small passerine bird concentrated in the forest range.
|• ||Bronzed Drongo|
Bronzed Drongo is an Indian bird and it is the resident breeder in Indian states and South East Asian countries.
|• ||White-Bellied Drongo|
White-Bellied Drongo is an Indian bird found only in Indian states, Nepal Bangladesh and Srilanka.
|• ||Ashy Drongo|
Ashy Drongo is an Indian bird and the species belong to the drongo family.
|• ||Black Drongo|
Black Drongo is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the Asian Dicruridae family.
|• ||Maroon Oriole|
Maroon Oriole is an Indian bird and it falls in Oriolidae family.
|• ||Black-Naped Oriole|
Black-Naped Oriole is an Indian bird and it is found in the Oriole family concentrated in the Indian States and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
|• ||Indian Golden Oriole|
Indian Golden Oriole is an Indian bird and it belongs to the species of oriole family.
|• ||Bay-Backed Shrike|
Bay-Backed Shrike is an Indian bird that bears a scientific name found in the bird family and a common resident in South East Asia and Indian states.
|• ||Brown Shrike|
Brown Shrike is an Indian bird that belongs to the shrike family has the widespread population in Indian states and the Asian countries.
|• ||Bar-Winged Flycatcher-Shrike|
Bar-Winged Flycatcher-Shrike is an Indian bird that inhabits in parts of Africa, migrate to Indian states with a mixed population.
|• ||Scarlet Minivet|
Scarlet Minivet is an Indian bird concentrated in the forest regions of high canopy.
|• ||Small Minivet|
Small Minivet is an Indian bird and it is small passerine bird, found in the regions in Asia countries and the states of India.
|• ||Ashy Minivet|
Ashy Minivet is an Indian Bird that belongs to the eastern Asian countries and different states of India.
|• ||Black-Winged Cuckooshrike|
Black-Winged Cuckooshrike is an Indian bird and it belongs to the species of cuckooshrike concentrated in the regions of South East Asia and the Indian states.
|• ||Blue-Winged Pitta|
Blue-Winged Pitta is an Indian bird and it forms a species of Pittidae.
|• ||Marshall`s Iora|
Marshall`s Iora is an Indian bird that belongs to the family of songbird in the genus of Aegithina.
|• ||Common Iora|
Common Iora is an Indian bird and it is concentrated in the Indian states.
|• ||White-Breasted Woodswallow|
White-Breasted Woodswallow is an Indian Bird and it is concentrated in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
|• ||Ashy Woodswallow|
Ashy Woodswallow is an Indian bird and it resides in groups in the urban regions.
|• ||Mangrove Pitta|
Mangrove Pitta is an Indian bird and this bird hails from the family of Pittidae
|• ||Indian Pitta|
Indian Pitta is a bird which is widespread in Indian states of evergreen and deciduous forests.
|• ||Blue-Naped Pitta|
Blue-Naped Pitta is an Indian bird in the family of Pittidae concentrated in the jungles of Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Sunderbans Mangrove Forests and in some parts of Odisha.
|• ||Silver-Breasted Broadbill|
Silver-Breasted Broadbill is an Indian bird and it belongs to the broad bill family.
|• ||Great Slaty Woodpecker|
Great Slaty Woodpecker is an Indian bird and it belongs to the species of Picidae family.
|• ||Himalayan Flameback|
Himalayan Flameback is an Indian bird that belongs to the family of Picidae.
|• ||Heart-Spotted Woodpecker|
Heart-Spotted Woodpecker is an Indian bird and it falls in family of woodpecker.
|• ||White-Naped Woodpecker|
White-Naped Woodpecker is an Indian bird that belongs to the wood pecker family scattered in the countries like India, Bangladesh and Srilanka.
|• ||Greater Flameback|
Greater Flameback is an Indian bird and this bird falls in the family of greater flameback.
|• ||Lesser Yellownape|
Lesser Yellownape is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the woodpecker family.
|• ||Eurasian Wryneck|
Eurasian Wryneck is an Indian bird that belongs to the woodpecker family concentrated in the temperate regions of Europe and Asian countries.
|• ||Yellow-Rumped Honeyguide|
Yellow-Rumped Honeyguide is an Indian bird, but it has a sparrow size structure concentrated in the Himalayan Mountain Range.
|• ||Coppersmith Barbet|
Coppersmith Barbet is Indian bird which often stays in the hole, which is a unique character of the barbet family.
|• ||Malabar barbet|
Malabar Barbet is an Indian bird and it belongs to the small barbet family often treated as the Crimson-Fronted Barbet.
|• ||White-cheeked barbet|
White-Cheeked Barbet is an Indian bird and it is mostly found in the southern part of India.
|• ||Brown-Headed Barbet|
Brown-Headed Barbet is an Indian bird and it has the wide distribution system in India.
|• ||Great Barbet|
Great Barbet is an Indian Bird and it belongs to the barbet family. This bird is concentrated in the Asian countries and the Indian states.
|• ||Narcondam Hornbill|
Narcondam Hornbill is an Indian bird and it has the concentration in the Asian countries.
|• ||Rufous-Necked Hornbill|
Rufous-Necked Hornbill is an Indian bird and it is a species that belongs to the hornbill family.
|• ||Oriental Pied Hornbill|
Oriental Pied Hornbill is an Indian bird and it has the largest distribution area in Indian states.
|• ||Indian Grey Hornbill|
Indian Grey Hornbill is an Indian Bird and it is widely spread in the Indian states.
|• ||Malabar Grey Hornbill|
Malabar Grey Hornbill is an Indian bird that has a large beak and this bird is endemic in Asian countries and Indian states.
|• ||Chestnut-Headed Bee-Eater|
Chestnut-Headed Bee-Eater is an Indian bird and it belongs to the bee eater family.
|• ||European Bee-Eater|
European Bee-Eater is an Indian bird and it belongs from the passerine bird family, completely migratory in nature.
|• ||Blue-Tailed Bee-Eater|
Blue-Tailed Bee-Eater is an Indian bird and it is strongly migratory in nature and concentrated mostly in Indian states.
|• ||Collared Kingfisher|
Collared Kingfisher is an Indian bird that extends its residence from India to the Read Sea.
|• ||Ruddy Kingfisher|
Ruddy Kingfisher is an Indian bird and it feeds generally on the fishes and the crustaceans, concentrated mainly in the Coromandal Coast of India.
|• ||Stork-Billed Kingfisher|
Stork-Billed Kingfisher is an Indian bird and it belongs to the family of
|• ||Forest Owlet|
Forest Owlet is an Indian bird and it is endemic in Central Indian forests.
|• ||Spotted Owlet|
Spotted Owlet is an Indian bird and it is referred as one of the small owl in owl family concentrated in Asian countries and Indian states like Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Tamil Nadu and Kerala and Karnataka.
|• ||Jungle Owlet|
Jungle Owlet is an Indian bird found in the different states of India, in a widespread basis. This bird in India, are locally found in the Western Ghats Mountain Range in India.
|• ||Tawny Owl|
Tawny Owl or Brown Owl is an Indian bird species found in the woodlands of Eurasia and the Indian states.
|• ||Brown Wood Owl|
Brown Wood Owl is an Indian Bird and it is resident breeder in the Southern part of Asia.
|• ||Mottled wood owl|
Mottled Wood Owl is an Indian bird and it is widely found in the Indian states.
|• ||Buffy Fish Owl|
Buffy Fish Owl is an Indian bird and it bears from the family of owl which is called as the Strigidae.
|• ||Tawny Fish Owl|
Tawny Fish Owl is an Indian bird and the member of owl family concentrated in the temperate and subtropical countries and the forests.
|• ||Brown Fish Owl|
Brown Fish Owl is an Indian bird of owl family concentrated in the warm and humid tropical countries and the offshore islands of India.
|• ||Spot-Bellied Eagle-Owl|
Spot-Bellied Eagle-Owl is an Indian bird concentrated in the Asian countries like Japan, China, India, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
|• ||Indian Eagle-Owl|
Indian Eagle-Owl is an Indian bird and it is also known as Bengal Eagle Owl, found in the hilly tracts of Himalayan Mountain Range.
|• ||Indian Scops Owl|
Indian Scops Owl is an Indian bird and it is a resident species of owl found in the southern region of Asian countries and the Indian states.
|• ||Eastern Grass Owl|
Eastern Grass Owl is an Indian bird of Australian species concentrated in the Asian countries and they feed mostly the small rodents.
|• ||Lesser Coucal|
Lesser Coucal is an Indian bird and it is species of Cuculidae family widely distributed in the Asian countries and mostly in the Indian states.
|• ||Andaman Coucal|
Andaman Coucal is an Indian bird and it belonged to the species of non-parasitic cuckoo, widespread in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
|• ||Greater Coucal|
Greater Coucal or Crow Pheasant is an Indian bird widespread in Asian countries like Mayanmar, Bangladesh, Pakistan and India.
|• ||Sirkeer Malkoha|
Sirkeer Malkoha is an Indian bird and it belongs to the Cuculiformes family.
|• ||Violet Cuckoo|
Violet Cuckoo is an Indian bird that belongs to the species of Cuculidae family.
|• ||Banded Bay Cuckoo|
Banded Bay Cuckoo or Bay-Banded Cuckoo is a species of Cuckoo family concentrated in Indian States and the Asian countries.
|• ||Plaintive Cuckoo|
Plaintive Cuckoo is an Indian bird that belongs to the genus of Cacomantis.
|• ||Oriental Cuckoo|
Oriental Cuckoo or Horsfields Cuckoo is an Indian bird belonging to the category of Cuculus genus.
|• ||Common Cuckoo|
Common Cuckoo is an Indian bird, formerly known as the European Cuckoo concentrated in the eastern circle of Indian subcontinent.
|• ||Common Hawk-Cuckoo|
Common Hawk-Cuckoo is an Indian bird popularly known as the Brain Fever bird, concentrated in Indian states.
|• ||Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary|
Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary, in Arunachal Pradesh, hosts some of the most gorgeous birds, including the rare ones. The place is also important for Asian Elephants which often move up to the sanctuary from Assam plains.
|• ||Sri Lanka Malleswara Wildlife Sanctuary|
Sri Lanka Malleswara Wildlife Sanctuary, in Andhra Pradesh, exhibits enchanting natural beauty and is the home to the critically endangered bird Jordan`s Courser.
|• ||Large Hawk-Cuckoo|
Large Hawk-Cuckoo is an Indian bird is a species of cuckoo belongs from the Cuculidae family.
|• ||Chestnut-Winged Cuckoo|
Chestnut-Winged Cuckoo is an Indian bird which is also known as the Red-Winged Crested Cuckoo concentrated in the South East Asian countries like Myanmar, Bangladesh, Thailand and Bangladesh. This bird is also dominant in Indian states.
|• ||Vernal Hanging Parrot|
Vernal Hanging Parrot is an Indian bird and it falls in the small parrot family.
|• ||Lord Derby`s Parakeet|
Lord Derby`s Parakeet is an Indian bird and it concentrated in the evergreen forest region of Indian states.
|• ||Red-Breasted Parakeet|
Red-Breasted Parakeet is an Indian bird that bears a scientific name "Psittacula alexandri" and has a distinguished geographic distribution throughout India.
|• ||Jacobin Cuckoo|
Jacobin Cuckoo is an Indian bird and it is belongs to the cuckoo family.
|• ||Blue-Winged Parakeet|
Blue-Winged Parakeet is an Indian bird commonly found in the Western Ghat Regions like Maharashtra and Goa. These birds are abundant in Southern part of Western Ghats.
|• ||Blossom-Headed Parakeet|
Blossom-Headed Parakeet is an Indian bird of parrot category and it is the resident breeder of north east India.
|• ||Plum-Headed Parakeet|
Plum-Headed Parakeet is an Indian bird and it is endemic in nature in Indian sub continent and other Asian countries.
|• ||Alexandrine Parakeet|
Alexandrine Parakeet or Alexandrian Parrot is an Indian bird that has its history since the time of the early India.
|• ||Mountain Imperial Pigeon|
Mountain Imperial Pigeon is an Indian bird that belongs to the dove family.
|• ||Thick-Billed Green Pigeon|
Thick-Billed Green Pigeon is an Indian bird of Columbidae family concentrated in states of India.
|• ||Orange-Breasted Green Pigeon|
Orange-Breasted Green Pigeon is an Indian bird found in the tropical countries like Myanmar, India, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
|• ||Nicobar Pigeon|
Nicobar Pigeon is an Indian bird and it is found in the coastal parts in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
|• ||Common Emerald Dove|
Common Emerald Dove is an Indian bird belonging to the pigeon family and it is widespread in the Asian countries.
|• ||Spotted Dove|
Spotted Dove is an Indian Bird and it belonged to the family of Streptopelia.
|• ||Snow pigeon|
Snow pigeon is an Indian bird and it falls in the Columba genus.
|• ||Hill Pigeon|
Hill Pigeon is an Indian bird which is seen as stout bodied pigeon found in India, China, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan.
|• ||Laughing Dove|
Laughing Dove is an Indian Bird found in the Indian sub continent and the Middle East countries.
|• ||Oriental Turtle Dove|
Oriental Turtle Dove is an Indian Bird and it is a member of Columbida family.
|• ||Nilgiri Wood Pigeon|
Nilgiri Wood Pigeon is an Indian Bird found in the forest regions of Western Ghats Mountain Range of Maharashtra.
|• ||Pale-Capped Pigeon|
Pale-Capped Pigeon is an Indian bird widely distributed in different parts of Indian States and its adjacent areas.
|• ||Feral Pigeon|
Feral Pigeons are Indian birds, most common in Indian states and neighbouring states. They are common in sea cliffs and mountains.
|• ||Rock Dove|
Rock Dove is a common Indian bird and it is one of the most abundant members of pigeon family.
|• ||Spotted Sandgrouse|
Spotted Sandgrouse is an Indian bird and has a unique feature that they are ground dwellers.
|• ||Indian Skimmer|
Indian Skimmer or Indian Scissors-Bill is an Indian bird found in the Chambal river region and it belonged to the skimmer family.
|• ||Black Noddy|
Black Noddy is an Indian bird and it falls in the sea bird category concentrated in the Oceanic regions of Indian coastal part.
|• ||Whiskered Tern|
Whiskered Tern is an Indian bird of sea bird category concentrated in many parts of Indian states and other parts of Central Asia.
|• ||White-Cheeked Tern|
White-Cheeked Tern is an Indian bird and it is found in the Iranian coast to Pakistan.
|• ||Roseate Tern|
Roseate Tern is an Indian bird and it is one of the sea bird of tern family of Sternidae.
|• ||River Tern|
River Tern of Indian bird of Tern family breeds in the inland rivers of Arabia, Indian states and Myanmar.
|• ||Greater Crested Tern|
Greater Crested Tern is an Indian Bird and it is also known as the swift tern that nests from the South Africa to Indian Ocean.
|• ||Lesser Crested Tern|
Lesser Crested Tern is an Indian bird and it a migratory sea bird that breeds in the sub tropical countries, probably sedentary in nature.
|• ||Slender-Billed Gull|
Slender-Billed Gull is a medium sized Indian bird that breeds in the Asian sub continent mostly in India and Pakistan.
|• ||Sooty Gull|
Sooty Gull is an Indian bird and it is a bird in the family of Hemprich concentrated in Asian and European countries.
|• ||Pallas`s Gull|
Pallas`s Gull is an Indian bird and it is a great Black-Headed Gull, which is traditionally placed in the genus of Larus.
|• ||Small Pratincole|
Small Pratincole is an Indian bird that belongs to the family of wader concentrated on the banks of Hemavathi River.
|• ||Jerdon`s Courser|
Jerdon`s Courser is an Indian bird and it is an endemic to Indian states.
|• ||Indian Courser|
Indian Courser is an Indian bird and it belongs from the species of courser. It is concentrated in the South Asian countries.
|• ||Cream-coloured courser|
Cream-Coloured Courser is an Indian bird and belongs to wader family.
|• ||Buff-Breasted Sandpiper|
Buff-Breasted Sandpiper is an Indian bird and it belongs from the shore bird series in the genus of Tryngites.
|• ||Spoon-Billed Sandpiper|
Spoon-Billed Sandpiper is an Indian bird with a scientific name "Calidris pygmaea" concentrated in Indian states, Russia and South Eastern part of Asia.
|• ||Temminck`s Stint|
Temminck`s Stint is an Indian bird and it belongs to the small wader family of Artic regions of the European circle that migrates towards Indian states.
|• ||Red Knot|
Red Knot is an Indian bird and it has the medium sized structure and breeds in Artic region but migrates towards the Indian states.
|• ||Green Sandpiper|
Green Sandpiper is an Indian bird of small wader family and it belongs to the ancient lineage of the genus Tringa.
|• ||Nordmann`s Greenshank|
Nordmann`s Greenshank is an Indian bird concentrated in the Indian States.
|• ||Marsh Sandpiper|
Marsh Sandpiper is an Indian Bird and it belongs from the small wader family.
|• ||Black-Tailed Godwit|
Black-Tailed Godwit is an Indian bird that bears long bill and orange head concentrated in the Indian states, Central Asia and Western European countries.
|• ||Pin-Tailed Snipe|
Pin-Tailed Snipe is an Indian bird and it is also known as pintail snipe coming from the family of small wader.
|• ||Solitary Snipe|
Solitary Snipe is an Indian bird and its one of the small stocky wader that breeds in the eastern part of Asia and the other European countries like Russia, Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan and Mongolia.
|• ||Eco Parks in India|
Eco parks in India nestles a vast variety of wildlife and vegetation in their natural habitat. Several endangered species of animals are also protected in these eco parks.
|• ||Jack Snipe|
Jack snipe is an Indian Bird and it is known as the small stocky wader in the bird family.
|• ||Eurasian Woodcock|
Eurasian Woodcock is an Indian bird and it is a very small sized bird found mainly in the Artic region but migrated during winter in India.
|• ||Bronze-Winged Jacana|
Bronze-Winged Jacana is an Indian bird and it is one and only member of genus Metopidius.
|• ||Captain Bherry Eco and Aquatic Hub|
Captain Bherry Eco and Aquatic Hub is a newly formed tourist destination in Kolkata, West Bengal by the City Development Authority of Kolkata.
|• ||Pheasant-tailed jacana|
Pheasant-tailed Jacana is an Indian bird and it is a bird belonging from monotypic genus called "Hydrophasianus".
|• ||Greater painted-snipe|
Greater painted-snipe is an Indian bird and it belonged from the species of wader family called Rostratulidae.
|• ||Lesser sand plover|
Lesser sand plover is an Indian bird and it is belonging from plover family concentred in the Indian states.
|• ||Sociable lapwing|
Sociable lapwing also known as the sociable plover is an Indian Bird concentrated in the northern part of India while they migrate from USSR and China.
|• ||Indian Birds|
Indian Birds are of various types and are found in different parts of the country.
|• ||Red-Wattled Lapwing|
Red-Wattled Lapwing is an Indian bird and it belongs to the family of large plover in the genus of Charadriidae.
|• ||Grey-Headed Lapwing|
Grey-Headed Lapwing is an Indian bird that breeds in China and Japan, and is concentrated in north eastern part of India and Cambodia.
|• ||Yellow-Wattled Lapwing|
Yellow-Wattled Lapwing is an Indian bird and it is widespread in the Indian states and often recognised as the seasonal bird.
|• ||River Lapwing|
River Lapwing is an Indian Bird and belongs from the species of lapwing family concentrated in the Indian states and the countries of Asia.
|• ||Northern Lapwing|
Northern Lapwing is an Indian Bird with a scientific name "Vanellus vanellus" that concentrates in the temperate zone of Eurasia, but in winter it migrates in Indian states especially in eastern part of India.
Ibisbill is an Indian bird concentrated in the Namdapha Tiger Reserve, Nameri National Park, Pakui Wildlife Sanctuary and Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary and also occurs in the foothills of Himalayan Mountain Range.
Crab-Plover is an Indian Bird falls in the family of Dromadidae, concentrated in the Indian states and the other adjacent South Asian countries.
|• ||Indian Parrot|
The Indian Parrot is a great talker that makes them an attractive species of bird. Indian Parrots natively reside in Asia - mainly India and Pakistan. They are forest dwelling animals that will occasionally forage for food on the ground.
|• ||Indian Stone-Curlew|
Indian Stone-Curlew is an Indian Bird included in the species of Burhinida family.
|• ||Barred Buttonquail|
Barred Buttonquail is an Indian bird that bears a scientific name "Turnix suscitator" and is concentrated in Indian states across tropical Asia and China.
|• ||Common Buttonquail|
Common Buttonquail is an Indian bird and it belongs to the quail family.
|• ||Common Crane|
Common Crane is an Indian Bird that belongs to the family to Gruidae concentrated in the Asian countries.
|• ||Demoiselle Crane|
Demoiselle Crane is an Indian bird belonging to the species of crane family.
|• ||Water Cock|
Water Cock is an Indian bird concentrated in the Indian states like Telangana and Andhra Pradesh and in the extreme southern part.
|• ||Ruddy-Breasted Crake|
Ruddy-Breasted Crake is an Indian Bird concentrated in Christmas Island and other states of India.
|• ||White-Breasted Water Hen|
White-Breasted Water Hen is an Indian water bird of the rail and crake family, concentrated in Asian countries and the Indian sub continent.
|• ||Water Rail|
Water Rail is an Indian bird that belongs to the rail family. Water Rail is concentrated in European countries and migrates towards in Indian states.
|• ||Slaty-legged crake|
Slaty-legged crake is an Indian bird and falls in the crake family. This bird is widespread in Indian states, Pakistan, Bangladesh and other South Asian Countries like Java, Indonesia, Vietnam.
|• ||Andaman crake|
Andaman crake is an Indian bird that falls in the family of Rallidae and this type of bird is widespread in Indian sub continent.
|• ||Lesser Florican|
Lesser Florican is an Indian bird and it is described as the only family member of Sypheotides genus.
|• ||Bengal florican|
Bengal Florican is an Indian bird concentrated in the highland regions and the grass land regions of West Bengal, Indian state, and the other countries like Bangladesh, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam.
|• ||Peregrine falcon|
Peregrine Falcon is an Indian bird and it is also known as the duck hawk in North America.
|• ||Barbary Falcon|
Barbary Falcon is an Indian bird and it one of the medium sized falcon, especially known as the bird of prey.
|• ||Laggar Falcon|
Laggar Falcon is an Indian mid sized bird belonging to the bird of prey category concentrated in Indian states and other Asian countries.
|• ||Amur Falcon|
Amur Falcon is an Indian bird of falcon family that breeds in south eastern Siberia and Northern China, but migrates in India over the Arabian Sea.
|• ||Red-Necked Falcon|
Red-Necked Falcon is an Indian bird concentrated in the states of India and the African states.
|• ||Common Kestrel|
Common Kestrel is an Indian bird and it is known as the bird of prey belonging to the family of Falconidae.
|• ||Lesser Kestrel|
Lesser Kestrel is an Indian Bird of small falcon breeds across Mediterranean Sea Coastal Part and the Asian countries.
|• ||Collared Falconet|
Collared Falconet is an Indian bird and it is considered as the bird of prey of Falconidae family.
|• ||Mountain Hawk-Eagle|
Mountain Hawk-Eagle is an Indian Bird that falls in the eagle family concentrated in the eastern belts region of Indian sub continent and the northern plain of India.
|• ||Changeable Hawk-Eagle|
Changeable Hawk-Eagle or Crested Hawk-Eagle is an Indian Bird falls in the bird of prey in the species of Accipitridae.
|• ||Rufous-Bellied Hawk-Eagle|
Rufous-Bellied Hawk-Eagle is a bird of prey and falls in the category of eagle in the family of Accipitridae.
|• ||Steppe eagle|
Steppe eagle is an Indian bird mainly called as the bird of prey sounds like the barking of crow, concentrated in the dry and arid region of India- Rajasthan and Punjab.
|• ||Tawny Eagle|
Tawny eagle is an Indian bird and it is considered as the bird of prey, breeds mainly in African Desert Region and migrates in Indian sub continent.
|• ||Greater spotted eagle|
Greater spotted eagle is an Indian bird of eagle family concentrated among the debris and the carcasses and they are often known as migratory bird in India.
|• ||Indian spotted eagle|
Indian spotted eagle is an Indian Bird and it is considered as the bird of prey in the family of Accipitridae, concentrated in the tropical countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh and Indian states.
|• ||Black Eagle|
Black Eagle is an Indian bird and it is known as the bird of prey, belonging from the family of Accipitridae.
|• ||Upland Buzzard|
Upland Buzzard is an Indian bird, belonging from the species family Accipitridae.
|• ||Long-Legged Buzzard|
Long-legged buzzard is an Indian bird, concentrated in the Indian states and the foothills of Himalayan Mountain Range.
|• ||White-Eyed Buzzard|
White-Eyed Buzzard is an Indian bird of prey concentrated in India and other South Asian countries, enjoying tropical climate.
Besra is an Indian bird, belonging to the birds of prey category and is the member of the family of Accipitridae.
Shikra is an Indian bird of prey and belonging from the family of Accipitridae, widely distributed in Asia and Africa.
|• ||Crested Goshawk|
Crested Goshawk is an Indian bird and it is known as the bird of prey hailing from tropical Asia.
|• ||Pallid Harrier|
Pallid Harrier is an Indian bird of prey and it is referred as the migratory Indian bird.
|• ||Eastern Marsh Harrier|
Eastern Marsh Harrier is an Indian bird of prey concentrated in Indian states in the marsh land and the wetlands.
|• ||Western Marsh Harrier|
Western Marsh Harrier is an Indian Bird which is a large harrier and it is termed as the bird of prey.
|• ||Crested Serpent Eagle|
Crested Serpent Eagle is a medium size Indian bird of prey concentrated in the forested part of Asia and the tropical countries like India, Bangladesh and Thailand.
|• ||Short-Toed Snake Eagle|
Short-Toed Snake Eagle is an Indian bird also known as a bird of prey in the family of Accipitridae.
|• ||Red-Headed vulture|
Red-Headed Vulture is an Indian bird and it is also known as Asian king Vulture mainly found in Asian subcontinent.
|• ||Cinereous vulture|
Cinereous Vulture is an Indian bird of vulture categories and it is one of the large raptor birds in Eurasia and India.
|• ||Griffon Vulture|
Griffon Vulture is an Indian bird and it is described as the old world vulture
|• ||Himalayan Vulture|
Himalayan Vulture is an Indian bird and it is the old vulture belonging from the family of Accipitridae.
|• ||Slender-Billed Vulture|
Slender-billed vulture is an Indian Bird and is recognised as the oldest species of vulture concentrated on the bank of River Ganga and breeds in the sub Himalayan region.
|• ||Indian Vulture|
Indian Vulture is an Indian prey bird that commonly breeds in central India and peninsular parts.
|• ||Grey-Headed Fish Eagle|
Grey-Headed Fish Eagle is an Indian bird and they are mostly the fist-eating bird of prey concentrated in the Indian states like Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Assam.
|• ||Bearded Vulture|
Bearded Vulture is an Indian bird with a scientific name "Gypaetus barbatus" is the bird of prey.
|• ||Egyptian Vultures|
Egyptian Vultures are the Indian Birds widely distributed across the Old World along with their breeding season range in the tropical countries.
|• ||White-Rumped Vulture|
White-Rumped Vulture is an Indian bird with a scientific name Gyps bengalensis, concentrated in large numbers in South Asian countries.
|• ||Lesser Fish Eagle|
Lesser Fish Eagle is an Indian bird belonging from the species of Ichthyophaga concentrated near the coastal line of Kaveri River.
|• ||Pallas`s Fish Eagle|
Pallas`s Fish Eagle is an Indian Bird also known as Pallas`s sea eagle or band-tailed fish eagle that breeds in Central Asian countries and the Himalayan Mountain Ranges.
|• ||White-Bellied Sea Eagle|
White-Bellied Sea Eagle is an Indian bird also known as sea eagle is coming from the family Accipitridae.
|• ||Jerdon`s baza|
Jerdon`s baza which also known as "Aviceda jerdoni" as its scientific name, is a brown hawk found in the South East Asian countries and the Indian states.
|• ||Little cormorant|
Little cormorant is an Indian bird of the cormorant family of the sea bird genus that is widely distributed in the Indian wet lands and the inland water bodies.
|• ||Masked Booby|
Masked Booby is a large sea bird of breeds in Indian states and other tropical countries belongs to the booby family.
|• ||Lesser Frigatebird|
Lesser Frigatebird is an Indian bird and it is known as a sea bird concentrated in the coastal lines of Bay of Bengal, Indian and the Pacific Ocean.
|• ||Great Frigatebird|
Great Frigatebird is an Indian bird with a scientific name "Fregata minor", belonging to frigatebird family, and it is a large sea bird concentrated in Pacific Ocean coastal areas and the coastal parts of Indian Ocean.
|• ||Christmas Frigatebird|
Christmas Frigatebird or Christmas Island frigatebird is an Indian migratory bird concentration in the tropical states and the coastal area of Indian Ocean.
|• ||Dalmatian Pelican|
Dalmatian Pelican is an Indian bird belonging from pelican family residing in the shallow lakes and the wetlands of India.
|• ||Spot-Billed Pelican|
Spot-Billed Pelican is an Indian migratory bird and it is a member of pelican family concentrated in the inland water areas and the coastal parts.
|• ||Great White Pelican|
Great White Pelican is an Indian bird breed from South East Europe through Asian countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and many other countries.
|• ||Indian Pond Heron|
Indian pond heron is an Indian Bird and it is regarded as the small herons, breed in the southern Iran and east to Pakistan, India, Burma, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
|• ||Little egret|
Little egret is an Indian bird originally found in the Indian sub continent, found in the weeds.
|• ||Western Reef Heron|
Western Reef Heron is an Indian bird and it is a medium sized bird, concentrated in the coastal part of Indian seas.
|• ||Eastern Great Egret|
Eastern Great Egret is an Indian bird in the genus of Ardea was first described by British ornithologist John Edward Gray in 1831.
|• ||White-bellied heron|
White-bellied heron is an Indian Bird concentrated in the parts of Himalayan range, Bangladesh, Burma and Bhutan.
|• ||Red-naped ibis|
Red-naped ibis is an Indian bird also known as Indian black ibis or black ibis is concentrated in Indian states like Haryana, Gujarat and many other Indian states.
|• ||Black-headed ibis|
Black-headed ibis or Oriental white ibis is a species of wading bird of the ibis family Threskiornithidae.
|• ||Greater adjutant|
Greater adjutant is an Indian Bird and it is member of the stork family, Ciconiidae.
|• ||Lesser adjutant|
Lesser adjutant is an Indian bird in the family of stork, Ciconiidae. This bird is common in the states of India and the places of South East Asia.
|• ||Black-Necked Stork|
Black-Necked Stork is an Indian bird with a scientific name "Ephippiorhynchus asiaticus" concentrated in South and Southeast Asian countries like Pakistan, India and Bangladesh.
|• ||Woolly-Necked Stork|
Woolly-Necked Stork is an Indian bird coming from stork family that concentrates in Indian states and the African countries.
|• ||Swinhoe`s Storm Petrel|
Swinhoe`s Storm Petrel is an Indian Bird also known as Swinhoe`s petrel is a sera bird of the storm petrel family Hydrobatidae.
|• ||Asian Openbill|
Asian openbill is an Indian bird belonging from the stork family of Ciconiidae, concentrated in South East Asian countries like Japan, India, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
|• ||Painted stork|
Painted stork is an Indian bird in the stork family, concentrated in the wetlands of the plains of the tropical Asia south of the Himalayas in the Indian Sub continent and extending into the South Asia.
|• ||Red-Tailed Tropicbird|
Red-tailed tropicbird is an Indian bird that nests in the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean belts.
|• ||Red-Billed Tropicbird|
Red-Billed Tropicbird is an Indian bird concentrated in oceanic belt of Indian Oceans along with the islands of Lakshadweep and the south Indian region.
|• ||Lesser Flamingo|
Lesser Flamingo is an Indian Bird belonging from the flamingo species concentrated in India during winter.
|• ||Red-Necked Grebe|
Red-Necked Grebe is an Indian Bird and it is known as the migratory aquatic bird in India found in the temperate seasons especially in the winters of Indian climate.
|• ||Flesh-Footed Shearwater|
Flesh-Footed Shearwater is an Indian bird with pale pinkish feet and the medium sized shearwater concentrated in the Arabian Sea.
|• ||Wedge-Tailed Shearwater|
Wedge-Tailed Shearwater is an Indian bird found in the oceanic belt region of Indian Ocean.
|• ||Barau`s petrel|
Barau`s petrel is an Indian bird of medium size coming from the family of Procellariidae concentred in the coastal part of Indian Ocean.
|• ||Common Golden Eye|
Common Golden Eye is an Indian bird of medium size of duck with a genus Bucephala.
|• ||Baer`s Pochard|
Baer`s Pochard is an Indian bird and it is a diving duck found in east Asian countries and the Indian sub continent.
|• ||Pink-Headed Duck|
Pink-Headed Duck is an Indian bird concentrated in the Gangetic plains of India and the northern part of India states and the eastern Indian states.
|• ||Red-Crested Pochard|
Red-Crested Pochard is an Indian bird concentrated in Asian countries like India, Srilanka and Bangladesh.
|• ||Marbled duck|
Marbled duck is an Indian bird of medium size concentrated in the north and East Indian states.
|• ||Spot-Billed Duck|
Spot-Billed Duck is an Indian bird breeds in tropical and sub tropical countries like Indian, Pakistan, Srilanka, Bangladesh.
|• ||Andaman Teal|
Andaman teal is a species of duck found in the oceanic belts of Bay of Bengal especially in the Andaman Islands.
|• ||Eurasian teal|
Eurasian Teal is an Indian bird, common in Asian countries like India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
|• ||Falcated duck|
Falcated duck is an Indian bird with a scientific name of "Anas falcate" is a gadwall sized dabbling duck found in the eastern India and the northern part of India.
|• ||Cotton Pygmy Goose|
Cotton Pygmy Goose is an Indian bird also known as cotton teal is a small duck.
|• ||White-Winged Duck|
White-Winged Duck is an Indian bird with a scientific name "Asarcornis scutulata" is large species in duck family. It is the state bird of Assam.
|• ||Ruddy Shelduck|
Ruddy shelduck is an Indian bird seen in the Indian subcontinent regions
|• ||Bar-Headed Goose|
Bar-Headed goose is an Indian bird concentrated in Central Asia and Indian subcontinent areas like Himalayan Mountain Region.
|• ||White-Headed Duck|
White-Headed Duck is a medium size bird which belongs to the Anatidae family. It has been categorized as endangered species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
|• ||Cheer Pheasant|
Cheer Pheasant is an Indian bird also known as Wallich`s pheasant and is now a vulnerable species coming from pheasant family.
|• ||Lesser Whistling Duck|
Lesser Whistling Duck is an Indian bird, belonging from the South east Asian countries and the Indian states.
|• ||Kalij Pheasant|
Kalij Pheasant is an Indian bird of pheasant family found in the thick forest region and the Himalayan foothills regions.
|• ||Red Jungle Fowl|
Red junglefowl is an Indian bird found in the tropical sates of India and it is the tropical member Phasianidae family.
|• ||Grey Junglefowl|
Grey Junglefowl, also called Sonnerat`s junglefowl, is native to evergreen hill forest in southern and western India.
|• ||Noorichan Wildlife Sanctuary|
Noorichan Wildlife Sanctuary is the abode of a wide variety of Ladakhi animals and plants.
|• ||Mountain Bamboo Partridge|
Mountain Bamboo Partridge is a small bird which belongs to the Phasianidae family. In India, these birds are found in the mountains of Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya and Mizoram.
|• ||Sclater`s monal|
Sclater`s monal is an Indian bird with a scientific name "Lophophorus sclateri" is a large sized bird. The name commemorates the British zoologist Philip Lutley Sclater.
|• ||Temminck`s tragopan|
Temminck`s tragopan is an Indian bird of medium size, approximately 64 cm long in the genus of Tragopan family.
|• ||Blyth`s tragopan|
Blyths tragopan is an Indian bird or grey bellied tragopan, belonging from pheasant family of vulnerable species.
|• ||Satyr tragopan|
Satyr tragopan is an Indian bird of tragopan family which is also known as crimson horned pheasant, found in the Himalayan region of India.
|• ||Western Tragopan|
Western tragopan or western horned tragopan is a medium sized pheasant concentrated in the Himalayan Regions like Uttarakhand.
|• ||Painted Spurfowl|
Painted spurfowl is an Indian pheasant bird found in the rocky and hilly regions of India.
|• ||Red Spurfowl|
Red spurfowl is a bird in Indian pheasant family concentrated in the Indian sub continent regions like Kerala, Tamil Nadu and other South Indian states.
|• ||Hill partridge|
Hill partridge is an Indian bird, a species of pheasant family found in Asian and Pan Asian countries.
|• ||Painted Bush Quail|
Painted bush quail is an Indian bird and it is a species found in the forests of India.
|• ||Rock bush quail|
Rock Bush Quail is an Indian Bird found in parts of sub continental parts of India and other South Asian countries.
|• ||Rain quail|
Rain quail is an Indian bird of quail species found in India, Bangladesh and other Asian countries in huge amount.
|• ||Common Quail|
Common Quail is an Indian bird specially belonging to pheasant family, concentrated in India and other Pans Asian countries.
|• ||Japanese Quail|
Japanese quail is an Indian bird and it is species of Old World quail found in Eastern part of Asia.
|• ||Himalayan Quail|
Himalayan quail is an Indian bird with a medium size belonging from pheasant family.
|• ||Tibetan partridge|
Tibetan partridge is a game bird in the pheasant family concentrated in Tibetan Plateau and in some parts of India of Northern part.
|• ||Painted Francolin|
Painted francolin is an Indian bird found in the grassy areas in Central and South Indian region and they can be detected for their loud voice.
|• ||Chukar Partridge|
Chukar Partridge is an Indian bird concentrated in Indian upland region and treated as the rock partridge of Indian subcontinent region with marked black and white bars on the flanks and a black band running from the forehead across the eye and running down the head to form a necklace that encloses a white throat.
|• ||Himalayan Snowcock|
Himalayan snowcock is an Indian bird of pheasant family and concentrated in Pamir Range of Asia.
|• ||Saltwater Crocodile|
Saltwater Crocodile is the largest of all living reptiles in the world. It usually lives in mangrove swamps, estuaries and lower stretches of rivers. Saltwater Crocodile is considered a danger to human beings.
|• ||Tibetan snowcock|
Tibetan snowcock is an Indian bird in the pheasant family Phasianidae of the order Galliformes, gallinaceous birds, concentrated in the Tibetan Plateau and the Himalayan areas.
|• ||Snow Partridge|
Snow partridge is a kind of bird in the pheasant family within its genus, appears mostly in bare rocky terrain.
|• ||Tripura Heritage Park|
Tripura Heritage Park, located in the capital city of Tripura, Agartala, is the miniature representation of some of the heritage sites of the state. The place is adorned by exquisite natural beauty.
|• ||Mugger Crocodile|
Mugger crocodile is a medium sized species which mostly inhabits freshwater lakes, ponds, sluggish rivers and marshes. It is generally considered to be occasionally dangerous to human beings.
Bees are flying insects. They are closely related to wasps and ants. The bees are popular as insects for their role in pollination and honey production.
Butterflies belong to the family of insects. Butterflies are popular among human beings because of its bright body colours and its erratic flying habits.
|• ||Flora And Fauna Of Uttar Pradesh|
Flora and Fauna of Uttar Pradesh is widely diversified and adds pride to the state.
|• ||Flora Of Uttarakhand|
Uttaranchal falls under the west Himalayan Biogeography zone and it is well-known for floral diversity .
|• ||Wild Animals in India|
India is the shelter for many types of wild animals and is safe haven for many endangered species.
Selaginella is a creeping plant which is a genus of plants in the family Selaginellaceae and are characterized by scale-like leaves on branching stems from which roots also arise.
|• ||Psilotum Nudum|
Psilotum nudum is a non flowering plant. It lacks roots and has evolved from a fern ancestor.
|• ||Psilotum Complanatum|
Psilotum Complanatum is a rare herbaceous plant that derives moisture and nutrients from the air and rain.
Psilotophyta is a division of plant kingdom that consists of two species, Psilotum and Tmesipteris in the family of Psilotaceae. These plants have a primeval structure.
Marattiaceae characterized by large, fleshy, erect or creeping rhizomes are found in tropical or subtropical forests where the temperature and air humidity remain soaring throughout the year.
Lycopodiaceae is a family of primitive vascular plants. These are non flowering plants and do not produce seeds.
|• ||Flora and fauna of Wayanad district|
The plethora of flora and fauna of Wayanad district adds to the splendor of the district.
|• ||Kokkrebellur Pelicanry|
Kokkrebellur Pelicanry in Karnataka is a reserve forest where migratory birds accumulate.
|• ||Kaggaladu Bird Sanctuary|
Kaggaladu Bird Sanctuary, Karnataka is where migratory birds gather every year and this sanctuary is located at the Tumkur district. People from all part of the country come and visit this place.
|• ||Gudavi Bird Sanctuary|
Gudavi Bird Sanctuary in Karnataka is an abode to a number of migratory birds.
|• ||Cauvery Wildlife Park|
The Cauvery Wildlife sanctuary is a perfect holiday destination and is the safety haven for the wildlife.
|• ||Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary|
surrounded by mountains and summits, Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the tourist attractions of Karnataka.
|• ||Bandipur National Park|
Bandipur National Park in Karnataka is situated in Chamarajnagar and is a safe haven for tigers, elephants, crocodiles,
|• ||Cyathocline Purpurea|
Cyathocline Purpurea is a rare Indian plant which has several medicinal properties.
|• ||Yellow Goldmohur|
The Yellow Goldmohur has both medicinal properties and ornamental beauties which in turn have made it popular.
|• ||Spanish Needle|
Spanish needle is a medicinal herb that is rarely found and is perennial in characteristic.
Amaltas is one of the valuable medicinal trees in India found commonly in mixed-deciduous and hilly areas.
|• ||Pentanema Indicum|
Pentanema Indicum is a vital herb that comes with medicinal properties.
Baghanulla, an Indian medicinal plant is an annual herb with immense medicinal properties.
Sirisa is used in Ayurveda and Unani medicines for treating various diseases.
|• ||Red Kutch|
Red Kutch is a medicinal plant in India and is used in certain cases to heal physical ailments.
|• ||Eco Tourism in Landour|
Eco Tourism in Landour brings the tourists and the local people to breath far from the cacophony of city traffics.
|• ||Ehretia Laevis Roxb|
Ehretia Laevis Roxb is a medicinal plant used for the treatment of diseases like syphilis, diphtheria and eczema in India.
Sankhapushpi or Shankahuki is quite a useful Indian medicinal plant with immense medicinal quality.
Jingini is a deciduous Indian medicinal plant and is used to cure diseases in Ayurveda.
|• ||Railway Creeper|
Railway Creeper is mostly common in western peninsular India and it has some useful medicinal properties.
Chandrasura, a medicinal plant is cultivated throughout India as a salad and medicinal plant.
Campanilla, an Indian medicinal plant, is an evergreen shrub that is found throughout India.
|• ||Cow-Foot Leaf Plant|
Cow-Foot Leaf is a medicinal plant possessing analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. Its leaf juice acts as a curative in conjunctivitis.
Gulmohur is a medicinal plant in India which had originated in Madagascar and is found in the tropical countries.
Patera is a medicinal plant found in India mainly in marshy habitation. This plant is robust, tall and perennial and it grows to a height of about 1.5 to 3 meters.
Bharal is an animal of the Tibetian Plateau. Bharal are social generally remains above timber-line, from three thousand and five hundred metres upward to the limit of vegetation at five thousand and five hundred metres.
|• ||Poison Berry, Barhanta|
Poison Berry bears the scientific name Solatium Indicum. It is a highly branched spiny herb. It grows up to a very high elevation.
|• ||Curry Plant|
Curry Plant is a very common plant in the Indian sub-continent. It is generally found in the foot hills of the Himalayas. Besides having several medicinal properties it is also used in a number of curries.
Pharsia is a deciduous shrub of small height and the botanical name given to it is Grewia Scabrophylla Roxb.
Pindi is a branched medicinal plant found all over India used for different medicinal purposes.
Jhingaka is a large annual climber with medicinal values. It is widely found throughout India.
Badhara is a shrub which is yellowish-white in colour and it is found mainly in the eastern and southern parts of India in the scrub forests.
Michai is an Indian medicinal plant, found mostly in the upper Gangetic plain and the Himalayas.
Musali is an Indian medicinal plant, broadly used to cure diseases in Ayurveda.
Kakatundi is an Indian medicinal plant used to treat abdominal tumours and tuberculosis.
Dokarbel is found in the sub-Himalayan hills and in the Western Ghats. Dokarbel is useful for dental problems.
Sasasruti is a medicinal plant found everywhere in India and is often used as a vegetable.
|• ||Ervatamia Heyneana|
Ervatamia Heyneana is famed for its medicinal properties and is used for treating diseases.
Trikosaki, the medicinal plant of India are used for the treatment of vertigo, toothache, piles and tuberculosis.
Oak is a large tree which is found in plenty in the Himalayan regions. The primary use of its timber is as fuel and the leaves of this tree is the best fodder.
Biskandri is a small perennial herb that is found across India. It has got very good Ayurvedic medicinal properties and is a chief ingredient in the preparation of over a hundred Ayurvedic formulations.
|• ||Golden Champa|
Golden Champa tree contains some highly scented yellow flowers which are popular among the women.
|• ||Wild Almond Tree in India|
Wild Almond is a tall, straight tree. The scientific name of the tree is Sterculia Foetida. They have a variety in their leaf-shape.
Bharangi is an Indian medicinal plant which is found almost in all parts of the country and grows to a height of about 2.4 meters.
|• ||Brahmani Khair|
Brahmani Khair or Somasara has medicinal properties and this plant is used in Ayurveda for treating diseases.
Gothbegun is an Indian medicinal plant which is found in the open and disturbed regions in the Andaman Islands and various other parts of India.
|• ||Heavenly Blue|
The climbing plant recognised by its dense, green coloured curtain of foliage and large, lavender-blue coloured flowers.
Mahul is reckoned for its medicinal values in India and among the tribal people of India.
Sarmal is one of the most prominent herbs of medicinal use in India found mainly in hilly areas.
Dhavah is a medicinal plant of India used for the treatment of anemia, piles, leprosy and chronic diarrhea.
Gabur or Ghand Babul has a lot of medicinal properties and is used in Ayurveda for treating diseases.
Aila is a medicinal plant that is used in Ayurveda for the purpose of curing several diseases.
Nelaponna is among the most common Indian herbs found in the Himalayan ranges and the Western Ghats.
Kunchandana or coral wood is a deciduous tree with medicinal values.
Krishnasirish or oil-cake tree is a deciduous tree and is used for medicinal purposes in India.
|• ||Khair Plant|
Khair is a traditional Indian plant which has been used for long to treat several diseases.
Chaksu is an Indian medicinal plant with a number of medicinal properties.
Woodpeckers are insectivorous birds of well wooded country. They live in tree cavities and some of the species also live in the earthen holes.
|• ||Pin Valley National Park|
Pin Valley National Park is one of the most prestigious national parks in Himachal Pradesh.
|• ||B R Hills Sanctuary|
B R Hills Sanctuary located in Kemmannagundi, Karnataka is a safe haven for a variety of animals.
|• ||Qudsia Bagh|
Qudsia Bagh is a beautiful garden located in Delhi and dates back to the mid-eighteenth century. Earlier there were a palace, waterfall and a mosque within the Qudsia Bagh.
Iora is an arboreal bird which seldom comes to the ground. These birds are migratory in habit to some extent.
|• ||Himalayan Tahr|
Himalayan Tahr is a big mammal with hoofs, having resemblance with a wild goat. It resides in the Himalaya region and its identifiable features attract tourists from various parts of the world
Bear belongs to the family of mammals. Bears are limited to only ten kinds of species but their habitat is widespread and are concentrated towards the southern hemisphere.
Chinkara is classified as a highly endangered species and is worshipped by the Bishnoi community of Rajasthan.
|• ||Animal Louse|
Animal Louse is parasitic in nature. The animal louse is known to cause a lot of trouble to human beings as well as other animals.
Pika is similar to large hamster or small guinea-pig. In the regions of India there are about five species of Pikas.
|• ||Red Panda|
Scientifically called Ailurus fulgens, the Indian Red Panda is under threat of extinction.
|• ||Hoolock Gibbon|
Hoolock Gibbon is only ape of its kind which is found in India. There is very little or no difference between a male and female Hoolock with regard to size and weight.
|• ||Shivaji Park|
Shivaji Park is a public park in Maharashtra. This park serves as an ecological importance in Mumbai.
|• ||Macaque Monkey|
Macaque Monkey is the name of a group of monkeys which belong to the genus Macaca. They are to be found across the Indian subcontinent.
Ibex are several types of wild goats which dwell in the arid regions of the Himalayas in India.
|• ||Tree Shrew|
Tree Shrew is a small insectivorous mammal having a long busty tail. Tree Shrew comprises a small number and they live in the tropical regions.
Dhole or the Indian Wild Dog is protected under the Indian Wildlife Act. The Dholes are found in Kumaon and Sikkim.
|• ||Wild Ass|
Indian Wild Ass is mainly found in the little Rann of Kutch and its neighbouring areas in the state of Gujarat.
|• ||Flora and Fauna of Rajasthan|
The flora and fauna of Rajasthan supports all kinds of animal species and forests. The diverse flora and fauna of Rajasthan has made it a popular tourist destination.
A camel is a large animal which bears distinctive fatty deposits known as humps on its back. The long-curved neck, the deep-narrow chest and a single hump are the characteristic features of the Indian Camel.
|• ||Striped Hyena|
Indian Striped Hyena has been included in the list of `near threatened` species and they live on seashores.
Elephant is one of the largest animals. Indian Elephant prefers to live in the scrub-forested areas where there is abundant supply of food and shady areas. Interestingly, they do not stay in one specific place for more than a number of days.
|• ||Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve|
Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve is famous for its unique bio-diversity and is a major attraction among the nature lover.
|• ||Dihang-Dibang Biosphere Reserve|
Dihang-Dibang Biosphere Reserve shares the world record for low population densities.
|• ||Kanchenjunga Biosphere Reserve|
Occupying about 40% of Sikkim, the Kanchenjunga Biosphere Reserve is one of the most important reserves in India.
|• ||Hibiscus Shrub in India|
Hibiscus shrub is a strong and shrubby plant that is often used for decorative purposes in the garden and also used in festivities.
|• ||Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary|
Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary, in Rajasthan, is the abode of a huge assortment of flora and fauna dwelling amidst the wondrous natural beauty.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Telanganana|
Wildlife Sanctuaries of Telangana covers the eco-regions, where a large number of flora and fauna are present.The sanctuary serves as a popular tourist spot.
|• ||Manjira Wildlife Sanctuary|
Manjira Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Telangana. This wildlife sanctuary houses a wide variety of animals, birds and reptiles especially crocodiles. The sanctuary serves as a popular tourist spot.
|• ||Pranahita Wildlife Sanctuary|
Pranahita Wildlife Sanctuary, in Telangana hosts a rich biodiversity and scenic landscapes. Several fossils have also been discovered here adding to the attraction of the place.
|• ||Mahavir Harina Vanasthali National Park|
Mahavir Harina Vanasthali National Park located in Telangana houses a variety of animals and birds that are visited by many tourists.
|• ||Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary located in Hyderabad in Telangana houses a variety of animals, birds and reptiles. The sanctuary is visited by many tourists from different places
|• ||Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary|
Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Warangal district in Andhra Pradesh. It was declared as a sanctuary in the year 1952, by the State Government.
Squirrels are the medium sized rodents which belong to the family Sciuridae. They generally live for a period of fifteen to twenty years.
|• ||Karanjika Pant|
Karanjika Pant is found in India and is reckoned for its medicinal properties.
|• ||Sunabeda Wildlife Sanctuary|
Sunabeda Wildlife Sanctuary located in Orissa houses a variety of animals and is also rich in vegetation. The sanctuary is also popular for its scenic beauty.
|• ||Satpura National Park|
Satpura National Park in the Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh is nestled in the sloping Mahadeo Hills and contains a variety of flora and fauna.
|• ||Mahandadi Wildlife Division|
Mahandadi Wildlife Division in Orissa was formed 12th of July in 1999 by state government of Orissa. It houses a wide variety of flora and fauna.
|• ||Karlapat Wildlife Sanctuary|
Karlapat Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the famous wildlife sanctuaries in Orissa. It houses many animals and has been a popular tourist place.
|• ||Pakhal Wildlife Sanctuary|
Pakhal Wildlife Sanctuary, in Telangana, was established in 1952. It is rich with bio-diversity and consists of a variety of flora and fauna.
Shami or White kutch is found in different parts of India and is known for its medicinal properties.
|• ||Suchindram Theroor Bird Sanctuary|
Suchindram Theroor Bird Sanctuary located in Kanyakumari District in Tamil Nadu houses a variety of birds. The constitution of this new wildlife sanctuary was proposed in the year 2002.
|• ||Sita Nadi Wildlife Sanctuary|
Sita Nadi Wildlife Sanctuary located in Dhamtari district of Chhattisgarh that supports rich and lush vegetation and animal species.
|• ||Semarsot and Tamor Pingala Wildlife Sanctuary|
Semarsot and Tamor Pingala Wildlife Sanctuary located in the Surjuga district of Chhattisgarh houses a variety of animals and rich vegetation that are visited by many tourists.
|• ||Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary|
Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary is famous for its dense flora and fauna. It has unique and rare eco region that attracts people from all across the country.
|• ||Grizzled Squirrel Wildlife Sanctuary|
Grizzled Squirrel Wildlife Sanctuary located in Tamil Nadu houses many animals, birds and plants. It provides shelter to the Vulnerable Grizzled Giant Squirrel.
|• ||Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary|
Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary is one the popular Bondla zoological parks identified for its wide variety of animals and birds.
|• ||Bhamragarh Wildlife Sanctuary|
Bhamragarh Wildlife Sanctuary is most famous for its natural vegetation and its richness in wildlife.
|• ||Attiveri Bird Sanctuary|
Attiveri Bird Sanctuary located in Karnataka is home to a variety of birds. The sanctuary was formed due to the construction of a dam across Tayawwanahalla in Attiveri.
|• ||Gotu Kola|
Gotu kola, an Indian Herb, has a historical reputation for boosting mental activity and for helping a variety of illnesses.
|• ||Treatment by Tulsi|
As per Hindu belief, Tulsi is a sacred plant. It is also used as a herbal remedy for various ailments.
Kandla is a plant with some medicinal values and the botanical name of this plant is Bauhinia roxburghiana voigt.
|• ||Nehru Zoological Park|
Nehru Zoological Park located in Hyderabad, is a popular recreation spot in the twin cities of Hyderabad.
Narsapur is located in West Godavari in the state of Andhara Pradesh. The town has many popular tourist spots that are visited by many tourists from different places.
|• ||Jaivik Udyan|
Jaivik Udyan is located in Jharkhand that houses many animals and birds that attracts amny tourists to this spot.
|• ||Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary|
Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the prominent tourist attraction sites in Ziro of Arunachal Pradesh
|• ||Shilli Wildlife Sanctuary|
Shilli Wildlife Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh was established in 1963 in order to preserve the Himalayan Black Bear which is an endangered creature. Deodar and Fir forests, along with medicinal plants as well as wild animals including Musk Deer, Leopard, Flying Squirrel and other animals are existent here.
|• ||Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary|
Sepahijala Wildlife sanctuary is one of the four wildlife sanctuaries of India. It is highly rich in flora and fauna.
|• ||Semarshot Wildlife Sanctuary|
Semarshot Wildlife Sanctuary located at Ambikapur in the Surguja District is the pride of Surguja that has aided in the popularity of the place as a tourist destination.
|• ||Ghatigaon Wildlife Sanctuary|
Established in 1981, Ghatigaon Wildlife Sanctuary is known as the haven of rare species of birds. The primary attraction of Ghatigaon Wildlife Sanctuary is the Great Indian Bustard.
|• ||Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary|
Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary located in Assam houses a variety of animals and birds. The sanctuary is also rich in vegetation.
|• ||Palkot Wildlife Sanctuary|
Palkot Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Gumla District in Jharkhand. It was established in the year1990
|• ||Bhagwan Birsa Biological Park|
Bhagwan Birsa Biological Park located at Chakla in Jharkhand houses many birds and animals that draw nature lovers to this place.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Kerala|
there are many wildlife Sanctuaries of Kerala that houses variety of species of animals, birds and reptiles. These sanctuaries are visited by many tourists from different places.
|• ||Wildlife Sanctuaries of Jharkhand|
Wildlife Sanctuaries of Jharkhand form one of the important tourist attractions in the state. These sanctuaries are rich in flora and fauna.
|• ||Chimmony Wildlife Sanctuary|
Chimmony Wildlife Sanctuary located in Kerala houses a variety of animals, birds and is also rich in vegetation.
|• ||Udhuwa Lake Bird Sanctuary|
Udhwa Lake Bird Sanctuary is the natural abodes for a number of different types of Indian and foreign birds
|• ||Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary|
Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary located in Kerala houses a variety of animals, birds and reptiles that are visited by many tourists from different places.
|• ||Peechi Vazhani Wildlife Sanctuary|
Peechi Vazhani Wildlife Sanctuary located in Kerala houses a variety of species of animals, birds and reptiles. The sanctuary has many rare medicinal plants and herbs.
|• ||Pampadum Shola National Park|
Pampadum Shola National Park located in Kerala is home to many animals and birds. This spot is also an ideal spot for trekking also.
|• ||Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary|
Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary located in Kerala provides shelter to a variety of animals, birds and reptiles. The sanctuary is also rich in vegetation.
|• ||Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary|
Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary located in Kerala houses a variety of animals and is also rich in vegetation. The sanctuary is visited by many tourists from different places.
|• ||Vettangudi Bird Sanctuary|
Vettangudi Bird sanctuary is a famous tourist spot located in Sivaganga District in Tamil Nadu. It houses a variety of migratory birds.
|• ||Udhayamarthandapuram Bird Sanctuary|
Udayamarthandapuram Bird Sanctuary is a famous tourist spot located in Thiruvarur District in Tamil Nadu. It houses a variety of migratory birds.
|• ||Tiruvidaimarudur Conservation Reserve|
Tiruvidaimarudur Conservation Reserve located in Tamil Nadu was declared as the first Conservation Reserve on 14th February, 2005.
|• ||Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary|
Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary located in Kerala houses a variety of animal birds and reptiles that are visited by many tourists from different places.
|• ||Melaselvanoor Keelaselvanoor Bird Sanctuary|
Melaselvanoor Keelaselvanoor Bird Sanctuary is a famous tourist spot located in Ramanathapuram district in Tamil Nadu. It houses a variety of migratory birds.
|• ||Madras Crocodile Bank Trust|
Madras Crocodile Bank Trust, Tamil Nadu is a renowned crocodile reserve, reptile zoo and research centre for herpetology which was set up in 1976. Visitors will observe a wide variety of crocodiles and reptiles in this Croc Bank is affiliated to the Wildlife Protection Act of 1972.
|• ||Karikili Bird Sanctuary|
Karikili Bird Sanctuary located in Tamil Nadu houses many birds. The Sanctuary also serves as an ideal picnic spot.
|• ||Karaivetti Bird Sanctuary|
Karaivetti Bird Sanctuary located in Tamil Nadu houses many birds. The sanctuary is visited by about 50 species of resident and migratory water birds.
|• ||Kanjirankulam Bird Sanctuary|
Kanjirankulam Bird Sanctuary located in Tamil Nadu houses different types of birds. It was declared a bird sanctuary in the year 1989.
|• ||Chitrangudi Bird Sanctuary|
Chitrangudi Bird Sanctuary located in Tamil Nadu houses a variety of animals and birds. It is mostly visited during the months from October to February.
|• ||Bhimbandh Wildlife Sanctuary|
Bhimbandh Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the tourist attraction sites in Munger District covers 681.99 square kilometers of undulating tracts of Kharagpur Hills.
|• ||Tikarpada Wildlife Sanctuary|
Tikarpada Wildlife Sanctuary located in Orissa was established to preserve the Gharials. The sanctuary houses many animals that attracts tourists from different places.
|• ||Shenbagathoppu Grizzled Squirrel Wildlife Sanctuary|
Shenbagathoppu Grizzled Squirrel Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Assam that provides shelter to many animals and birds.
|• ||Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary|
Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary located in Karnataka houses a variety of animals and birds. The sanctuary attracts many nature enthusiasts from different places.
|• ||Pani Dihing Bird Sanctuary|
Pani Dihing Bird Sanctuary, also rich in vegetation, is located in Assam. It is home to a variety of species of birds and animals.
|• ||Kalakkadu Sanctuary|
Kalakkadu Sanctuary is situated in Tamil Nadu houses a variety of animals, birds and plants. It is spread over an area of 223 sq kms.
|• ||Fambong Lho Wildlife Sanctuary|
Fambong Lho Wildlife Sanctuary located in Sikkim covers an area of around 51.76sq.Kms. The sanctuary houses a wide variety of Flora and fauna.
|• ||Dudhwa National Park|
Dudhwa National Park is located in the Terai of Uttar Pradesh and covers an area of 680 km2.
|• ||Debrigarh Wildlife Sanctuary|
Debrigarh Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Hirakud dam in Sambalpur in Baragarh District, Orissa and houses many animals and migratory birds.
|• ||Bhagwan Mahavir Sanctuary|
Bhagwan Mahavir Sanctuary is one of the richest wildlife sanctuaries of Goa. Located at a distance of 60 kms from Panaji this is one of the richest sanctuaries in India.
|• ||Gundlu Brahmeswaram Sanctuary|
Gundlu Brahmeswaram Sanctuary located in Andhra Pradesh houses a variety of animals, birds and is also rich in vegetation.
|• ||Chandraprabha Sanctuary|
Chandraprabha Sanctuary is situated in Uttar Pradesh and is 70 km from Varanasi. It contains several species of animals, birds and reptiles
|• ||Bhimeshwari National Park|
Bhimeshwari National Park located in Karnataka provides shelter to a variety to animals, birds and reptiles. The sanctuary attracts many tourists from different places.
|• ||Spilanthes Calva Plant|
Spilanthes Calva is a vital Indian medicinal plant with triangular ovate leaves and long-peduncled flowers.
|• ||Vedanthangal Bird Sanctuary|
Vedanthangal Bird Sanctuary is the splendid bird sanctuary which is located at 85 kms from Chennai. It is one of the most lucrative tourist spots of Chennai during the month of November to February during which time the entire area is surrounded with various types of birds and wild life.
|• ||Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary|
Tripura Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in South Tripura District. It is one of the most conserved forest reserves which possess rich bio diversity.
|• ||Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary|
Salim Ali Bird sanctuary is one of the smallest zoological park named after the renowned ornithologist, Dr. Salim Ali. The bird houses various species of bird.
|• ||Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary|
Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, in Palakkad district, Kerala, was established in the year 1973. It contains several species of animals, birds and reptiles.
|• ||Okhla Bird Sanctuary|
Okhla Bird Sanctuary is situated in Okhla in Delhi. It is a haven for water birds.
|• ||Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary|
Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary, near Jabalpur, in Madhya Pradesh has been chosen for Cheetah re-introduction Project in India as it is rich in bio-diversity.
|• ||Lakhari Valley Sanctuary|
Lakhari Valley Sanctuary located in Orissa houses many animals and is also rich in vegetation. The sanctuary attracts many tourists for its scenic beauty.
|• ||Kyongnosla Alpine Sanctuary|
Kyongnosla Alpine Sanctuary located in Sikkim houses a variety of Flora and fauna. It also serves as a trekking point.
|• ||Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary located in Andhra Pradesh houses a wide variety of animals and birds. Tourists from different places come to visit the sanctuary.
|• ||Kela Devi Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kela Devi Wildlife Sanctuary, Rajasthan is an extension of the famous Ranthambore National Park and provides shelter to numerous animals and birds including wild boar, chinkara, leopard, sambhar and so on.
|• ||Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, covering an area of 975 sq km, was set up for conserving the Himalayan Musk Deer.
|• ||Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary|
Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary is a part of the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve, and is located in Uttar Pradesh.
|• ||Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary|
Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary located in Kerala that houses a variety of animals, birds and fishes. It is visited by many tourists from different places.
|• ||Hastinapur Sanctuary|
Hastinapur Sanctuary in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh contains a range of wild animals from various species. Numerous migratory birds are also found in the Sanctuary.
|• ||Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary|
Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary located in Assam houses many animals and birds that are visited by many tourist from different places.
|• ||Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary|
Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary in Jamshedpur in the state of Jharkhand is a popular tourist destination, nestled in lush vegetation and contains rich flora and fauna.
|• ||Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary|
Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary located in Karnataka houses a variety of animals and birds. The sanctuary is visited by many tourists from different places.
|• ||Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary|
Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary located in Assam houses various species of animals and birds. The sanctuary is visited by many tourists
|• ||Borail Wildlife Sanctuary|
Borail Wildlife Sancturary located in Assam houses a variety of animals and birds. The sanctuary is visited by many tourists from different places.
|• ||Ambapani Sanctuary|
Ambapani Sanctuary located in Orissa serves as natural shelter for wide variety of animals and birds. It is the second largest evergreen repository in the world.
|• ||Alisagar Deer Park|
Alisagar Deer Park located in Andhra Pradesh was established in 1931 by the Nizam of the state. The park is home to a wide variety of species of deer.
|• ||Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary|
Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary located in Chhattisgarh houses many wild and endangered species of flaura and fauna. The sanctuary was established in 1975.
|• ||Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary|
Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary located in Andhra Pradesh houses a variety of animals, birds and is also rich in vegetation. It is visited by many tourists from different places.
|• ||Nambor Wildlife Sanctuary|
Nambor Wildlife Sanctuary located in Assam houses a variety of animals, birds and reptiles. It also bordered with tropical forests and the vast low-lying plains.
|• ||Marat Longri Wildlife Sanctuary|
Marat Longri Wildlife Sanctuary located Assam provides shelter to variety of animals, birds and reptiles. The sanctuary is visited by many tourists from different places.
|• ||Kaundinya Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kaundinya Wildlife Sanctuary located in Andhra Pradesh houses a wide variety of animals and birds.
|• ||Hollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary|
Hollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary located in Assam provides shelter to a variety of animals and birds. The sanctuary has been named after the only Ape, Hoolock Gibbon
|• ||Coringa Wild Life Sanctuary|
Coringa Wild Life Sanctuary located in Andhra Pradesh houses a wide variety of flora and fauna. The sanctuary was formed in order to conserve the natural mangrove vegetation.
|• ||Amchang Wildlife Sanctuary|
Amchang Wildlife Sanctuary located in Assam houses a variety of animals, birds and reptiles. The sanctuary is also rich in vegetation.
|• ||Uses of Alfalfa|
Uses of alfalfa is found in history as well as in the present medicinal researches.
|• ||Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary,|
Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary in Kerala, founded by Dr. Salim Ali, is counted amongst world famous sanctuaries. Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary was constituted in the year 1983.
|• ||Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary|
Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary is one of the largest bird sanctuaries, located in Gujarat.
|• ||Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary|
Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary located in South Sikkim is covered by thick forest and is rich in flora and fauna. From here one get the view of the Teesta River and Kanchenjunga Peak.
|• ||Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary|
Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary located in Assam provides shelter to a variety of animals and birds. The sanctuary has been named after the only ape of India, Hoolock Gibbon.
Svetakanchana is a plant with several medicinal properties and it is found in all parts of India.
|• ||Askot Wildlife Sanctuary|
Askot Wildlife Sanctuary located in Uttarakhand was established in the year 1986. It was founded with the aim of conserving the musk deer and its habitat.
|• ||Belghar Sanctuary|
Belghar Sanctuary is best known for its diverse wildlife and for providing habitat to various tribes.
|• ||Sanjay Gandhi National Park|
Sanjay Gandhi National Park is a safe abode as both wild animals and ferocious beasts live in peaceful co -existence.
|• ||Orchid Tree|
Orchid tree has a number of medicinal values that have made the plant necessitating in all parts of India.
|• ||Gahirmatha Marine Wild life Sanctuary|
Gahirmatha Marine Wildlife Sanctuary has gained recognition due to its preserve of acquatic creatures.
|• ||Singalila National Park|
Singalila National Park is a national park, located in the Darjeeling district of the Indian state of West Bengal.
|• ||Gautala Autramghat Sanctuary|
Gautala Autramghat Sanctuary, in Maharashtra, is the abode of vibrant flora, fauna, cascading waterfalls and scenic landscapes. The place also offers an enchanting experience of adventurous activities.
|• ||Butterfly Parks in India|
Butterfly parks in India have been established to protect and conserve the butterflies, a fascinating faunal species, in a natural environment. Several Indian cities hosts butterfly parks which also offer an exquisite tourism to the people.
Guggul, an Indian Herb significantly lowers serum triglycerides and cholesterol as well as LDL and VLDL cholesterols.
|• ||Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary|
Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary in Chandigarh, developed as a result of afforestation done for the soil conservation around Sukhna Lake. It offers a delightful experience of eco-tourism and shelters a vast variety of flora and fauna.
|• ||White Babul Plant|
White Babul is an Indian medicinal plant and is used for treating diseases.
|• ||Agro-Horticultural Gardens|
The Agro-Horticultural Gardens not only showcases rare varieties of plants but also provides for many vocational courses
|• ||Ratanmahal and Jessore Sloth Bear Sanctuary|
Ratanmahal and Jessore Sloth Bear Sanctuary, located at the Gujarat Madhya Pradesh border conserves the Sloth Bear.
|• ||Nanda Devi Sanctuary|
The central stage of the Garhwal Himalaya is, without doubt, the Nanda Devi Sanctuary. It is appositely defined as the crowning glory of the central portion of the Indian Himalayas.
|• ||Kanger Valley National Park|
Kanger Valley National Park located in the district of Bastar Chhattisgarh houses a varity of animals and rich vegetation.
|• ||Gorakh Chinch|
Gorakh Chinch or Baobab is probably one of the most extraordinarily shaped trees of the world.
|• ||Hingolgadh Sanctuary|
Hingolgadh Sanctuary is the tourist attraction spot of Gujarat. Hingolgadh Sanctuary is also the educational centre for the zoophilists and the geologists.
|• ||Overa Wildlife Sanctuary|
Overa Wildlife Sanctuary is a most prominent wildlife sanctuary in Pahalgram District of Jammu and Kashmir.
|• ||Kaila Devi National Park|
Kaila Devi National Park is the abode of Royal Bengal Tigers. This is the buffer zone of Ranthambore National Park.
|• ||Jaisamand Sanctuary|
Jaisamand Sanctuary is one of the most prominent tourist attractions of Rajasthan. Jaisamand Sanctuary is the habitat of numerous species in dry and arid regions of Rajasthan.
|• ||Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary|
Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected area of Western Ghats with the natural beauty which allures the photographers and the painters.
|• ||Bonal Bird Sanctuary|
Bonal Bird Sanctuary is a prominent bird sanctuary of Yadgir district of Karnataka.
|• ||Flora and Fauna of Jayamangali Blackbuck Conservation Reserve|
Flora and Fauna of Jayamangali Blackbuck Conservation Reserve deals with the 600 blackbucks and the wide range of the tress of medicinal values.
|• ||Cuthbert Bay Wildlife Sanctuary|
Cuthbert Bay Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in a pristine beach of Andaman and Nicobar Islands and serves as a nestling ground for turtles.
|• ||Sundarbans National Park|
Sundarbans National Park, in West Bengal, is one of the largest Royal Bengal Tiger reserves. Mangrove forests dominate the national park and a number of faunal species including the endangered ones dwelling in the forest.
|• ||Maharana Pratap Sagar Sanctuary|
Maharana Pratap Sagar Sanctuary, in Himachal Pradesh, is a picturesque abode of wildlife located over the snowy Himalayan ranges. The birds flocking around the sanctuary serve as its major highlight.
|• ||Jayamangali Blackbuck Reserve|
Jayamangali Blackbuck reserve of Tumkur district is the notified protected area of Karnataka.
|• ||Magadi Bird Sanctuary|
Magadi Bird Sanctuary is one of the hotspot for the local and exotic birds. This place is the dwelling place for the migratory birds
|• ||Rani Jhansi Marine National Park|
Rani Jhansi Marine National Park is an ideal place to explore the rich and vibrant marine life of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. It is an important bird area which hosts a vast variety of avian population.
|• ||Sipahijola Wildlife Sanctuary|
Sipahijola Wildlife Sanctuary, in Tripura, is the abode of diverse flora, fauna and exotic winged species. Several lakes in the sanctuary make it a picturesque destination.
|• ||Melkote Temple Wildlife Sanctuary|
Melkote Temple Wildlife Sanctuary, in Karnataka, was established primarily for protecting the habitat of Grey Wolf. It shelters a huge assemblage beautiful birds, vivacious butterflies and many other species of vibrant fauna.
|• ||Mayurbhanj Elephant Reserve|
Mayurbhanj Elephant Reserve is one of the most important tourist attraction sites in Odisha.
|• ||Rollapadu Wildlife Sanctuary|
Rollapadu Wildlife Sanctuary, in Andhra Pradesh, is regarded as the only refuge of the critically endangered species, Great Indian Bustard, in the state. It also hosts a large species of birds, including the migratory ones.
|• ||Mayani Bird Sanctuary|
Mayani Bird Sanctuary is a most popular bird sanctuary located near Vaduj in Maharashtra.
|• ||Lakh Bahosi Sanctuary|
Lakh Bahosi Sanctuary is a popular bird sanctuary located in Kannauj District of Uttar Pradesh.
|• ||Yellow Dock|
Yellow Dock is a flowering plant which is effective in treating skin disorders and many other ailments. It is an invasive species which easily spreads to other regions.
Linseed or flax is an annual plant which possesses medicinal properties required for treating a number of maladies. It is also grown as an ornamental plant.
|• ||Dhauladhar Wildlife Sanctuary|
Dhauladhar Wildlife Sanctuary, in Himachal Pradesh, is exquisitely draped in enthralling natural beauty where a plethora of flora and fauna dwell. The place also delights the adventure sports lovers with intriguing activities.
|• ||Mathikettan Shola National Park|
Mathikettan Shola National Park, in Kerala, is a store house of rich biodiversity of flora and fauna. The place is a treat to the trekkers and adventure lovers.
|• ||Kurinjimala Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kurinjimala Wildlife Sanctuary, in Kerala, is famed for conserving the endangered Nilakuriji plants which blooms once in 12 years. Photographers and adventure lovers greatly enjoy the majestic landscapes of the region.
|• ||Sambhar Lake Wildlife Sanctuary|
Sambhar Lake Wildlife Sanctuary, in Rajasthan, is the home to a vast variety of exotic birds including the rare ones. It is set along the Sambhar Lake which is the largest saline lake of India.
|• ||Bannerghatta Butterfly Park|
Bannerghatta Butterfly Park is the first butterfly enclosure of India situated in Karnataka which conserves and provides information about various species of butterflies.
|• ||Sathyamangalam Wildlife Sanctuary|
Sathyamangalam Wildlife Sanctuary, in Tamil Nadu, is famed as the largest wildlife sanctuary of the state. It also serves as a link between the biodiversity of Eastern and Western Ghats.
|• ||Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary|
Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary, located in Tripura, is famed for dense forests, vibrant fauna and breathtaking natural beauty.
|• ||Van Vihar National Park|
Van Vihar National Park, in Madhya Pradesh, is heaven for bird watchers where a number of native as well as migratory birds gather. It also hosts a vulture breeding centre.
|• ||Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary|
Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary, in Rajasthan, encompasses thick forest and a rich diversity of wild animals. Several endangered species are the inhabitants of this sanctuary.
|• ||Periyar Tiger Reserve|
Periyar Tiger Reserve has a diverse range of wild flora and fauna, thus making it a popular tourist spot in India. Located in Kerala Periyar Tiger Reserve was declared a Tiger Reserve in the year 1978 under the famous scheme, Project Tiger in India.
|• ||Nagarjunasagar-Srisailam Tiger Reserve|
Nagarjunasagar-Srisailam Tiger Reserve is one of the significant tiger reserves located in the South India.
|• ||Bandipur Tiger Reserve|
Bandipur Tiger Reserve is enriched due to its preserve of wild flora and fauna, making it a popular reserve in India.
|• ||Global Tiger Patrol (GTP)|
Global Tiger Patrol (GTP) is a conservation agency working towards the protection of tigers. Global Tiger Patrol was founded in the year 1989. Global Tiger Patrol (GTP) mainly concentrates its work in India, as the subcontinent is said to be the home to near about 50 percent of the worlds remaining wild tigers.
|• ||Bhensrod Garh Sanctuary|
Bhensrod Garh Sanctuary, in Rajasthan, is a comparatively newly established wildlife refuge which is the home to several endangered species of flora and fauna.
|• ||Buxa Tiger Reserve|
Buxa Tiger Reserve has a rich heritage, ennobled by the multitudes of wild flora and fauna.
|• ||Corbett National Park|
The Corbett National Park is the brainchild of Jim Corbett making it renowned all over world.
|• ||Dudhwa Tiger Reserve|
Dudhwa Tiger Reserve is a hub of tigers and also rare wild life species are conserved to its original habitat.
|• ||Great Himalayan National Park|
Also known as the Jawaharlal Nehru Great Himalayan National Park, the park is the abode of rare species of wildlife.
|• ||Namdapha Tiger Reserve|
Namdhapa Tiger Reserve has a plethora of wild habitats, with due mentioning of birds in their glory.
|• ||Melghat Tiger Reserve|
With a plethora of wild life Melghat Tiger Reserve is one of the most acclaimed wild life sanctuaries in India.
|• ||Kanha Tiger Reserve|
Kanha Tiger Reserve with its entire lushness is the abode of the wild life.
|• ||Sariska Tiger Reserve|
Sariska Tiger Reserve is a peace haven for the tigers and other endangered animals, birds and flowers. Sariska Tiger Reserve has a long history behind its origin and development.
|• ||Jawahar Deer Park|
Jawahar Deer Park, popularly known as Shamirpet Deer Park is the paradise for the deer and other local birds.
|• ||Mrugavani National Park|
Mrugavani National Park, in Hyderabad, shelters a large assortment of flora and fauna in an urban forest eco-system.
|• ||Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park|
Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park, in Hyderabad, is the abode of diverse flora and fauna offering a close rendezvous with nature to the tourists. It also hosts the famous Chiran Palace.
|• ||Siju Bird Sanctuary|
Siju Bird Sanctuary, in Meghalaya, is the home to a large assortment of avian species including the native as well as migratory ones. Several rare birds also inhabit the sanctuary.
|• ||Kotagarh Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kotagarh Wildlife Sanctuary, in Odisha, is a spectacular wildlife reserve which hosts a rich biodiversity amid a wondrous landscape. It is also the centre of various research works and breeding programs.
|• ||Shivaram Wildlife Sanctuary|
Shivaram Wildlife Sanctuary in Telangana exhibits splendid natural beauty through its lush greenery and beautiful undulating terrains. A huge variety of crocodiles in the sanctuary form another major attraction for the tourists.
|• ||Najafgarh Bird Sanctuary|
Najafgarh Bird Sanctuary is one of the prominent places for local and migratory birds. This place is the centre of attraction for the Delhi tourists and the outland tourists also.
|• ||Khalasuni Wildlife Sanctuary|
Khalasuni Wildlife Sanctuary, in Odisha, exhibits a scenic charm where the vibrant wild animals and dense forest paints an enthralling canvas.
|• ||Bir Gurdialpura Wildlife Sanctuary|
Bir Gurdialpura Wildlife Sanctuary, in Punjab, is the former hunting reserve of the rulers of Patiala which was later converted into a wildlife sanctuary for protecting the wildlife of the region.
|• ||Bir Moti Bagh Wildlife Sanctuary|
Bir Moti Bagh Wildlife Sanctuary, in Punjab, is the refuge of a vast variety of flora and fauna. It also hosts a Deer park, zoo and research centre for medicinal plants.
|• ||Abohar Wildlife Sanctuary|
Abohar Wildlife Sanctuary, in Punjab, is a private sanctuary established through the efforts of Bishnoi community for protecting the wildlife of the region.
|• ||Hadagarh Wildlife Sanctuary|
Hadagarh Wildlife Sanctuary, in Odisha, is an ideal place to relish the unspoilt beauty of nature and dynamic wildlife wandering around.
|• ||Nalbana Bird Sanctuary|
Nalbana Bird Sanctuary is one of the most prominent tourist attraction spots in Odisha.
|• ||Balukhand-Konark Wildlife Sanctuary|
Balukhand-Konark Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary covered with dense jungle. The avid flora and fauna attracts the zoophilists and the ornithologists.
|• ||Malvan Marine Sanctuary|
Malvan Marine Sanctuary is the only marine sanctuary of Maharashtra and presents a breathtaking combination of vibrant flora and fauna. It is one of the biologically richest coastal regions.
|• ||Tansa Wildlife Sanctuary|
Tansa Wildlife Sanctuary, in Maharashtra, hosts a number of endangered species of flora and fauna. The vast expanse and serene water of Tansa Lake in the sanctuary is also a visual treat to the visitors.
|• ||Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary|
Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary, in Maharashtra, protects the coastal woodland ecosystem of the Western Ghats and is popular especially for its winged residents. The place is also a trekkers delight.
|• ||Nongkhyllem Wildlife Sanctuary|
Nongkhyllem Wildlife Sanctuary, in Meghalaya, is the abode of a diverse assortment of flora and fauna including the rare and endangered ones. Beautiful migratory birds arrive from far off regions to the sanctuary.
|• ||Yaingangpokpi Lokchao Wildlife Sanctuary|
Yaingangpokpi Lokchao Wildlife Sanctuary, in Manipur, is a protected area inhabited by a vast variety of flora and fauna.
|• ||Yedshi Ramling Wildlife Sanctuary|
Yedshi Ramling Wildlife Sanctuary, in Maharashtra, is the abode of vivacious wildlife sheltered by dry deciduous forest.
|• ||Sagareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary|
Sagareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary, in Maharashtra, is a man made refuge for a rich biodiversity of flora and fauna. The place is also famous for an ancient Shiva temple which attracts numerous devotees.
|• ||Painganga Wildlife Sanctuary|
Painganga Wildlife Sanctuary, in Maharashtra, hosts an amazing collection of flora and fauna which can be cherished through jungle safari.
|• ||Yawal Wildlife Sanctuary|
Yawal Wildlife Sanctuary, in Maharashtra, is a picturesque refuge of a large assemblage of flora and fauna. An enchanting array of birds can also be spotted here.
|• ||Jaikwadi Wildlife Sanctuary|
Jaikwadi Wildlife Sanctuary, in Maharashtra, is the refuge of a fascinating assortment of native and migratory birds, in addition to other vibrant faunal species. It also hosts the largest garden of the state, Sant Gyaneshwar Udyan.
|• ||Malabar Wildlife Sanctuary|
Malabar Wildlife Sanctuary, in Kerala, comprises steep topographical variations which help a vast variety of flora and fauna to flourish. Several species endemic to Western Ghats are the inhabitants of this sanctuary.
|• ||Katepurna Sanctuary|
Katepurna Sanctuary is a famous wildlife sanctuary of Maharashtra. This wildlife sanctuary is the house of many carnivorous animals.
|• ||Nandur Madhmeshwar Bird Sanctuary|
Nandur Madhmeshwar Bird Sanctuary is located in Nashik district of Western Maharashtra. This wildlife sanctuary is the abode of wide array of water birds.
|• ||Chaprala Wildlife Sanctuary|
Chaprala Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary that derives its name from the local name of a village- Chaprala. This sanctuary is not only the residence of thousands of animals, but also this place is famous to adventure lovers.
|• ||Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary|
Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary is a popular wildlife sanctuary, surrounded beautifully by the residual mountains. This place is the paradise for the tiger, leopards and local birds.
|• ||Chandoli National Park|
Chandoli National Park, in Maharashtra, hosts a vast array of flora and fauna creating a magnificent natural landscape. The place also encloses relics of Maratha Empire which also serve as major tourist attractions.
|• ||Asola-Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary|
Asola-Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary located in southern part of Delhi. This wild life sanctuary is attracted by the domestic and international tourists.
|• ||Kalsubai Harishchandragad Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kalsubai Harishchandragad Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary, located in Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra.
|• ||Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary|
Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected area in the state of Madhya Pradesh, serving as the home to a rich diversity of flora and fauna.
|• ||Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary|
Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, situated in Kerala, is renowned for hosting the second largest population of Grizzled Giant Squirrels in the world. It is also the abode of several exotic varieties of flowering plants.
|• ||Singhori Wildlife Sanctuary|
Singhori Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most popular wildlife sanctuaries of Madhya Pradesh.
|• ||Kheoni Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kheoni Wildlife Sanctuary is famous for the animals residing there. This sanctuary is also rich in birdlife also for its location.
|• ||Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary|
Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary, in Karnataka, is a secluded area hosting a vast diversity of flora and fauna. Lying in the beautiful Western Ghats, several commercial plants have also been planted here.
|• ||Talakaveri Wildlife Sanctuary|
Talakaveri Wildlife Sanctuary, in Karnataka, attracts tourists and trekkers for its spectacular landscapes and vibrant fauna. It is situated near the origin of the Cauvery River called Talakaveri.
|• ||Karera Wildlife Sanctuary|
Karera Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected area of Great Indian Bustards. This wildlife sanctuary has a natural lake which adds the natural beauty.
|• ||Gandhisagar Wildlife Sanctuary|
Gandhisagar Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary of Madhya Pradesh, plays a vital role in maintaining the ecological balances, as this place is the home to a variety of flora and fauna.
|• ||Phen Wildlife Sanctuary|
Phen Wildlife Sanctuary is the peaceful abode of a large number of wild carnivorous animals in the midst of the dry and arid temperature, which is the major attraction to the tourists visiting in this place.
|• ||Begur Wildlife Sanctuary|
Begur Wildlife Sanctuary, in Kerala, exhibits splendid natural beauty amidst lush greenery, vibrant wildlife and a pleasing climate. The place is very popular among the researches and trekkers.
|• ||Shettihalli Wildlife Sanctuary|
Shettihalli Wildlife Sanctuary, in Karnataka, is the home to a vast variety of flora and fauna and serves as an Important Bird Area. It offers an exquisite experience of jungle safari to the tourists.
|• ||Bhimgad Wildlife Sanctuary|
Bhimgad Wildlife Sanctuary, situated in Karnataka, is the home to a vast variety of flora and fauna including the rare ones.
|• ||Sharavathi Wildlife Sanctuary|
Sharavathi Wildlife Sanctuary, in Karnataka, shelters a large and diverse assemblage of flora and fauna. Spread over the beautiful Western Ghats, it forms an alluring tourist spot.
|• ||Ranibennur Blackbuck Sanctuary|
Ranibennur Blackbuck Sanctuary, in Karnataka, is known for its high populace of wolf and blackbucks. The sanctuary also hosts a charming population of avifauna including the endangered Great Indian Bustard.
|• ||Ghataprabha Wildlife Sanctuary|
Ghataprabha Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the well known wildlife sanctuary in Karnataka, draws a large number of tourists. This wildlife sanctuary is the abode of thousands of migratory birds.
|• ||Ramnagar Wildlife Sanctuary|
Ramnagar Wildlife Sanctuary, in Jammu and Kashmir, hosts a rich biodiversity of flora and fauna amidst an enthralling landscape spread across the Himalayan terrain. It is also an enticing place for trekking.
|• ||Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuary|
Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuary, in Karnataka, is famed for its natural splendour and rich biodiversity of flora and fauna. It is also the home to several endangered species and a vast variety of dazzling butterflies.
|• ||Achabal Wildlife Sanctuary|
Achabal Wildlife Sanctuary is a place located in the south of Srinagar, covers the vast coniferous forest and some of the endangered species.
|• ||Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary|
Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary is the region covered with thick forest, located in Jammu and Kashmir.
|• ||Surinsar Mansar Wildlife Sanctuary|
Surinsar Mansar Wildlife Sanctuary is named after two lakes Surinsar and Mansar lakes, located in Jammu and Kashmir.
|• ||Gulmarg Biosphere Reserve|
Gulmarg Biosphere Reserve is a gift from nature, located in the south western part of Srinagar. This place is famous for its cinematic natural beauty.
|• ||Hirpora Wildlife Sanctuary|
Hirpora Wildlife Sanctuary, better known as Hirpora National Park is dominated with the rich coniferous forest and some of the endangered species.
|• ||Overa - Aru Biosphere Reserve|
Overa- Aru Biosphere Reserve is famous for conserving a large number of endangered species of northern part of India.
|• ||Kanji Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kanji Wildlife Sanctuary of Jammu and Kashmir is a wildlife sanctuary is attractive only to the trekkers. The rugged landform is often reclusive to the ordinary tourists.
|• ||Kais Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kais Wildlife Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh was erected in 1954 to conserve Musk Deer and Pheasants which were endangered species. Diverse kinds of flora and fauna can be noticed in this sanctuary.
|• ||Lachipora Wildlife Sanctuary|
Lachipora Wildlife Sanctuary, Jammu and Kashmir was set up under the Department of Wildlife Protection 1987, aimed at protecting a type of wild goat named Markhor. Western Tragopan bird is one of the main species of birds found here.
|• ||Daranghati Wildlife Sanctuary|
Daranghati Wildlife Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh was created during 1962 and encloses an area measuring about 167 square kilometres. Coniferous Forests, Broadleaf Forests, Alpine Scrub Forests and various wild animals like Himalayan Tahr, Striped Hyena, Goral are observed here.
|• ||Simbalbara Sanctuary|
Simbalbara Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh is maintained by the Travel and Tourism Department of Himachal Pradesh offering excellent trekking opportunities. It is home to diverse flora and fauna including Sal Forests, Rhesus Macaque, Indian Muntjac, etc.
|• ||Lipa-Asrang Sanctuary|
Lipa-Asrang Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh was declared a sanctuary during 1962 and is one of the very few sanctuaries which contain yak. Diverse species of forests and animals like Himalayan Black Bear, Leopard, Ibex, etc. are existent here.
|• ||Manali Wildlife Sanctuary|
Manali Wildlife Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh was proclaimed a sanctuary on 26th February, 1954 and contains trees like Chestnut, Poplar, Deodar, etc. and animals including Himalayan Tahr, Ibex, Snow Leopard and others. Besides these, several species of birds and migratory birds are also existent here.
|• ||Majathal Sanctuary|
Majathal Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh occupies about 39.4 square kilometres and is covered with various kinds of forests which can be found in Himalayas, as well as exotic wildlife. It also offers trekking opportunities to its visitors.
|• ||Kalatop Khajjiar Sanctuary|
Kalatop Khajjiar Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh was established in the year 1958 and enriched with beautiful Rhododendron plants, Blue Pine, Coniferous, Oak Forests and others. The sanctuary is home to over 117 species of birds and plenty of wild creatures.
|• ||Talra Wildlife Sanctuary|
Talra Wildlife Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh which was officially declared a sanctuary during 1962 and re-notified as a sanctuary in 1974 as per the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972. Forests resembling those in Upper Western Himalayan Mountains and Western Lower Himalayas are found here, besides numerous types of fauna.
|• ||Kanwar Lake Bird Sanctuary|
Kanwar Lake Bird Sanctuary, Bihar is existent around the Kanwar Taal formed by Burhi Gandak River. Visitors will observe different kinds of trees and diverse forms of wildlife here, apart from over 40 species of fishes and 106 species of birds.
|• ||Tirthan Wildlife Sanctuary|
Tirthan Wildlife Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh was officially proclaimed a wildlife reserve in the year 1976 and is connected to the Great Himalayan National Park. It possesses Snow Leopard, Barking Deer, Himalayan Brown Bear and several other wild
|• ||Kugti Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kugti Wildlife Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh is considered to be the second largest wildlife reserve in this Indian state which was constructed during 1962 and is home to different herbs, medicinal plants and wild beasts.
|• ||Gobind Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary|
Gobind Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh is managed by the Bhakra Management Board and is joined to the Naina Devi Temple. The sanctuary must be accessed between the period from July to September and tourists will notice various kinds of fauna here.
|• ||Gamgul Sanctuary|
Gamgul Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh is the only local wildlife reserve which provides refuge to the Kashmiri stag and was erected in 1974. Animals like Himalayan Tahr, Musk Deer, Ibex and plenty of other species of fauna dwell here.
|• ||Naina Devi Wildlife Sanctuary|
Naina Devi Wildlife Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh is situated above the Shivalik Hills and inside it, is present the renowned Naina Devi Temple. The Gobind Sagar Sanctuary is connected to this sanctuary which comprises Deciduous Forests, Pine Forests and numerous wild animals.
|• ||Bandli Wildlife Sanctuary|
Bandli Wildlife Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh was established in the year 1974 and is maintained by the local government of this Indian state. Beautiful vegetation cover is spread across this sanctuary and contains numerable wild creatures.
|• ||Nargu Wildlife Sanctuary|
Nargu Wildlife Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh adjoins Khokhan Sanctuary, lying across Uhl River and enriched with beautiful scenic views. There exists Leopard, Himalayan Black Bear, Himalayan Palm Civet, etc., apart from lush green forests.
|• ||Chail Sanctuary|
Chail Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh is spread over 110 square kilometres and is reputed for its numerous endangered species of birds and animals. It served as the hunting premises of Maharaja Bhupinder Singh, the former ruler of Patiala.
|• ||Rupi Bhaba Sanctuary|
Rupi Bhaba Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh is famous for its varied elevation at numerous portions of its valley which comprises lush vegetation, animals and colourful birds. It occupies about 269 square kilometres
|• ||Tundah Wildlife Sanctuary|
Tundah Wildlife Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh is known for its rich green corridors enriched by Temperate Deciduous Forests, Deodar Forests, Mixed Coniferous Forests and numerous species of fauna. It must be visited during the time between May and June.
|• ||Sechu Tuan Nala Wildlife Sanctuary|
Sechu Tuan Nala Wildlife Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh boasts of diverse wildlife, especially the creatures which survive in the upper Himalayan ranges. Prunella and Pheasant are amongst the many birds found here.
|• ||Bir Shikargarh Wildlife Sanctuary|
Bir Shikargarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Haryana was erected in the year 1975 and represents an area belonging to 50 local villages. Dry Deciduous Mixed Forests and a large variety of fauna are existent here.
|• ||Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary|
Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary, Gujarat possesses about 300 species of migratory birds and was proclaimed a sanctuary during 1982. It is a unique bird sanctuary and the largest one on the state, comprising salt marshlands and fresh-water lakes.
|• ||Jambughoda Wildlife Sanctuary|
Jambughoda Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat was declared a sanctuary in 1990 and the best time to approach this region is during winter. It boasts of various forests and wild creatures like Jungle Cat, Four-Horned Antelope, Hyena, Barking Deer and so on.
|• ||Rampara Wildlife Sanctuary|
Rampara Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat was developed during 1988 and was officially proclaimed a Reserve Forest in 1983. It is enriched with 280 species of plants, apart from innumerable birds and animals.
|• ||Kane Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kane Wildlife Sanctuary, in Arunachal Pradesh, is a prominent tourist destination having spellbinding natural beauty and vibrant fauna wandering around. Much of the biodiversity of the sanctuary is still unexplored and unspoilt.
|• ||Tawi Wildlife Sanctuary|
Tawi Wildlife Sanctuary, in Mizoram, is studded with spectacular landscapes and a great assortment of flora and fauna.
|• ||Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat is one of the largest sanctuaries in this Indian state and is also known as the Flamingo City due to the innumerable Flamingos which reside here. It was declared a sanctuary in 1986 and possesses different birds and animals.
|• ||Sonai Rupai Wildlife Sanctuary|
Sonai Rupai Wildlife Sanctuary, in Assam, spans over a charismatic landscape at the foothills of Himalayas. Apart from the rich flora and fauna, migratory birds are the added charm of the sanctuary.
|• ||Gomarda Wildlife Sanctuary|
Gomarda Wildlife Sanctuary, Chhattisgarh was opened to the masses during 1975 and must be visited during winter if visitors are eager to view the rich wildlife comprising Wild Boar, Sloth Bear, Chinkara, Muntjac and others.
|• ||Balaram Ambaji Wildlife Sanctuary|
Balaram Ambaji Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat was erected in the year 1989 and covers an area of about 542.08 square kilometres. The sanctuary is named after two temples dedicated to Goddess Ambaji and possesses diverse kinds of flora and fauna.
|• ||Badalkhol Wildlife Sanctuary|
Badalkhol Wildlife Sanctuary, Chhattisgarh is home to dense forests of Sal, Teak, etc. and wildlife consisting of Leopard, Chinkara, Bison, Gazelle, Wild Boar and much more.
|• ||Gautama Buddha Wildlife Sanctuary|
Gautama Buddha Wildlife Sanctuary, Bihar is named after the sacred spot called Gaya which is the seat of Buddhist enlightenment and was a Game Reserve for British Raj in the country. It possesses various wild creatures and birds.
|• ||Pameda Wildlife Sanctuary|
Pameda Wildlife Sanctuary, Chattisgarh is spread over 260 square kilometres and consists of lush greenery characterised by Mixed Deciduous Forests and a large quantity of birds and animals.
|• ||DEring Wildlife Sanctuary|
D`Ering Wildlife Sanctuary, in Arunachal Pradesh, hosts a variety of fauna including the rare and endangered ones. It was basically formed for conserving crocodiles.
|• ||Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary|
Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary, in Arunachal Pradesh, shelters heterogeneous forest and diverse wildlife nurtured amid the splendid nature. However, due to human habitation, the natural resources in the sanctuary have suffered major depletion in recent years.
|• ||Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary|
Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary, in Andhra Pradesh, is accredited as the largest pelican habitat of Southeast Asia. In the month of January the sanctuary hosts Flamingo festival inviting a number of tourists to enjoy a vivacious ambience in the natural wildlife refuge.
|• ||Papikonda Wildlife Sanctuary|
Papikonda Wildlife Sanctuary, in Andhra Pradesh, is situated in a spectacular gorge formed by Godavari River. According to mythology, the place was the kingdom of apes in Ramayana.
|• ||Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary, in Arunachal Pradesh, hosts a variety of flora and fauna in a high and undulating terrain having beautiful landscapes. There is a large mountain lake, called Glow Lake, in the sanctuary which invites a large number of migratory birds during winter.
|• ||Thorangtlang Wildlife Sanctuary|
Thorangtlang Wildlife Sanctuary, Mizoram is crossed by herds of Elephants who arrive here from Bangladesh and possesses several species of wild creatures.
|• ||Khawnglung Wildlife Sanctuary|
Khawnglung Wildlife Sanctuary, Mizoram is renowned for its large variety of animals including Himalayan Serow, Hoolock Gibbon, Leopard, etc. and is covered with Semi Evergreen and Tropical Forests.
|• ||Ngengpui Wildlife Sanctuary|
Ngengpui Wildlife Sanctuary, Mizoram is amongst the most famous wildlife reserves of this state which is characterised by the presence of Tropical Evergreen and Semi-Evergreen Forests and various wild animals.
|• ||Phawngpui National Park|
Phawngpui National Park, Mizoram is protected by the State Government and is often thronged by trekkers and is home to various creatures. It is also referred to as the Phawngpui Blue Mountain National Park.
|• ||Ghughua Fossil Park|
Ghughua Fossil Park, Madhya Pradesh possesses a large variety of plant fossils and was established during the 1970s by Dr. Dharmendra Prasad. Ghughua Fossil Park comprises fossils of fruits, seeds, leaves and plants which are over 65 million years old.
|• ||Lohabarrack Salt Water Crocodile Sanctuary|
Lohabarrack Salt Water Crocodile Sanctuary, in Andaman Islands, is the home to saltwater crocodiles along with a great diversity of flora and fauna.
|• ||Palak Wildlife Sanctuary|
Palak Wildlife Sanctuary, in Mizoram, is a virgin land exhibiting the magnificence of nature through its breathtaking landscapes and vibrant wildlife. Here the tourists can also cherish water sports in the biggest lake of the state, named Palak Lake.
|• ||Cinque Island Wildlife Sanctuary|
Cinque Island Wildlife Sanctuary, in Andaman Islands, is an uninhabited island where tourists can savour the spellbinding beauty of nature while enjoying diverse water sports.
|• ||Baisipalli Wildlife Sanctuary|
Baisipalli Wildlife Sanctuary, Odisha came into existence in 1981 and inside it are present 22 residential villages. There exist animals including King Cobra, Leopard, Chausingha, Elephant and several other kinds of fauna here.
|• ||Kishtwar National Park|
Kishtwar National Park, Jammu and Kashmir was notified as an official national park in the year 1981 and provides shelter to a large quantity of fauna and flora.
|• ||Bhitarkanika National Park|
Bhitarkanika National Park, Odisha is a famous preservation centre of Saltwater Crocodile, White Crocodile and several other species of fauna which also consists of Mangrove forests.
|• ||Kambalakonda Wildlife Sanctuary|
Kambalakonda Wildlife Sanctuary, in Andhra Pradesh, is famous for hosting a number of Indian Leopards, along with a great diversity of flora and fauna.
|• ||Sri Venkateswara National Park|
Sri Venkateshwara National Park, in Andhra Pradesh, is the home to a huge variety of fauna and several gorgeous birds. It also hosts many exquisite waterfalls which further add to its charm as a pleasant tourist destination.
|• ||Murlen National Park|
Murlen National Park, in Mizoram, is known to be one of the densest forests of India which allows the minimal penetration of sunlight. The place is also famed for hosting numerous varieties of vibrant Orchids.
|• ||Kangchendzonga National Park|
Kangchendzonga National Park, Sikkim is named after the renowned mountain peak of Kanchenjunga and can be approached only after obtaining an Inner-Line Permit from the State Home Department. It boasts of innumerable flora and fauna.
|• ||National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA)|
National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) came into existence in 2005 under the orders of the Prime Minister of India and was developed to strengthen the Project Tiger through a strong Task Force and to implement the rules of the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972.
|• ||Wildlife Crime Control Bureau|
Wildlife Crime Control Bureau is wildlife law enforcement body which was developed in 2007 under the Ministry of Environment and Forests in order to establish the rules and regulations of the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972, thereby checking wildlife crimes.
|• ||Indian Wildlife under Mughals|
Indian Wildlife under Mughals was diverse and the animals were spread out over a large area. Hunting of wildlife was one of the main leisure activities during the Mughal era.
|• ||Mukundara Hills Tiger Reserve|
Mukundara Hills Tiger Reserve is the third tiger reserve of Rajasthan, formed to ease the tiger population pressure of Ranthambhore. It is also the home to a number of medicinal plants.
|• ||Suhelwa Tiger Reserve|
Suhelwa Tiger Reserve, Uttar Pradesh is connected to Nepals Mahadevpuri Forest and was proclaimed a sanctuary during 1988. This tiger reserve contains a wide variety of trees and animals including tigers.
|• ||Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary|
Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary, Goa is controlled by the Goa State Forest Department and is divided into 16 different beats. It possesses several sacred groves and wild beasts comprising amphibians, reptiles, mammals and over 225 species of birds.
|• ||Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple Wildlife Sanctuary|
Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka was set up under the Wildlife Protection Act and consists of various species of vegetation and numerable animals like Elephant, Bear, Tiger and so on.
|• ||Navegaon National Park|
Navegaon National Park, Maharashtra boasts of more than 209 species of birds, 26 species of mammals and several kinds of reptiles.
|• ||Udanti and Sitanadi Tiger Reserve|
Udanti and Sitanadi Tiger Reserve, Chhattisgarh have been established by joining Udanti Sanctuary and Sitanadai Sanctuary. It possesses animals like Tiger, Sambhar, Striped Hyena, Panther, Bison and numerable others.
|• ||Tadoba National Park|
Tadoba National Park, Maharashtra is considered the largest national park in the state and has been named so in the honour of a tribal God of Tadoba and also Andhari River. It contains several animals besides 43 tigers.
|• ||Tholkappia Poonga|
Tholkappia Poonga, in Tamil Nadu, has been established to restore the vegetation and freshwater ecosystems of Adyar estuary and creek. It is the home to a vast variety of fauna including gorgeous migratory birds.
|• ||Sanjay-Dubri Tiger Reserve|
Sanjay-Dubri Tiger Reserve, Madhya Pradesh is a beautiful national park which protects numerous tigers and involves the area occupied by Sanjay National Park as well as Dubri Wildlife Sanctuary.
|• ||Ratapani Tiger Reserve|
Ratapani Tiger Reserve, Madhya Pradesh is home to numerable species of wildlife including Tiger, Spotter Deer, Chinkara, Wild Boar and many others including a wide range of birds.
|• ||Pakui Wildlife Sanctuary|
Pakui Wildlife Sanctuary, Arunachal Pradesh was set up under Project Tiger and was the sixth tiger reserve of National Tiger Conservation Authority. It possesses about 40 species of mammals including tigers.
|• ||Kameng Elephant Reserve|
Kameng Elephant Reserve, Arunachal Pradesh is a popular elephant reserve which was established in 2002 and is home to a large number of wild animals including over 377 Indian Elephants, Red Panda, Royal Bengal Tiger, butterflies and several other creatures.
|• ||Mayurjharna Elephant Reserve|
Mayurjharna Elephant Reserve, West Bengal is the only elephant reserve in east India which was set up in the year 1987 and was proclaimed as an Elephant Reserve on 24th October, 2002.
|• ||Singhbhum Elephant Reserve|
Singhbhum Elephant Reserve, Jharkhand was set up during 2001 for protecting the population of Asiatic Elephants under project Tiger undertaking of the Forest Advisory Committee and is connected to six forest divisions
|• ||Coimbatore Elephant Reserve|
Coimbatore Elephant Reserve, Tamil Nadu boasts of innumerable elephants, wandering across vast areas occupied by elephant pathways and also contains a large quantity of other wild animals, amphibians, birds, etc.
|• ||Chandaka Elephant Sanctuary|
Chandaka Elephant Sanctuary, Odisha was established in the year 1982 and is home to numerous elephants, over 167 species of birds, various types of reptiles and semi evergreen forests with abundant vegetation.
|• ||New Town Eco Park|
New Town Eco Park, in Kolkata, is an exquisite destination to spend an invigorating time surrounded by a scenic landscape. The place also offers enjoyable moments to the children and art lovers.
|• ||Rajdhani Vatika|
Rajdhani Vatika is an eco park in Patna offering an exquisite leisure time to the visitors seeking serenity and refreshment. Among the bundle of invigorating activities, thematic forests of the park form a prime attraction.
|• ||Atapaka Bird Sanctuary|
Atapaka Bird Sanctuary, in Andhra Pradesh, is the home to a vast variety of gorgeous birds. Between the months of October and March flocks of migratory birds arrive creating a spectacular view in the sanctuary.
|• ||Raiganj Wildlife Sanctuary|
Raiganj Wildlife Sanctuary, West Bengal is thronged by innumerable migratory birds, constructed in 1970 and is one of the most renowned heronries of the country.
|• ||Harike Wildlife Sanctuary|
Harike Wildlife Sanctuary, in Punjab, has been declared as a Ramsar site for its wetland which holds international significance. It is a paradise for bird watchers where gorgeous migratory birds arrive during winters.
|• ||WWF India|
WWF-India began as a wildlife preservation organisation with an objective of protecting the diverse species of wild flora and fauna of the country. WWF-India was started in the year 1969.
|• ||Wildlife Protection Society of India|
Wildlife Protection Society of India is one of the most esteemed wildlife conservation organisations in the country. Wildlife Protection Society of India was established in 1994 and has a team of committed environmentalists and experts.
|• ||Wildlife Protection Act of 1972|
Wildlife Protection Act of 1972 is a comprehensive legislation enacted by the Government of India with the objective of efficiently controlling poaching and illegal trade in wildlife and its derivatives.
|• ||Mandla Plant Fossils National Park|
Mandla Plant Fossils National Park, Madhya Pradesh is renowned for its generous collection of ancient plant fossils dating back to over 40 million to 150 million years ago.
|• ||Balphakram National Park|
Balphakram National Park, Meghalaya is a beautiful national park which preserves barking deer, Indian bison, pig-tailed macaque, hoolock gibbon, golden cat, elephant and numerous other reptiles and birds.
|• ||Galathea National Park|
Galathea National Park, located in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, is the home to some of the unique and rare varieties of flora and fauna. It also forms an excellent place for bird watching.
|• ||Macaranga Indica|
Macaranga Indica Weight is found in Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Bihar, and very useful for treating sores.
|• ||Salim Ali|
Salim Ali was an eminent ornithologist and naturalist of India. Salim Ali, popularly known as the Birdman of India, was among the first naturalists of the country to conduct methodical bird surveys across the country. The bird books of Salim Ali helped in developing ornithology in India.
|• ||Valmik Thapar|
Valmik Thapar is a renowned wildlife conservationist of India. Valmik Thapar has produced as well as narrated a number of documentaries on natural habitat for popular television channels.
|• ||Snake Shyam|
Snake Shyam is a popular Indian wildlife conservationist. He has got wide recognition for his work of rescuing snakes. Snake Shyam is also known for spreading awareness by educating them about snakes.
|• ||Belinda Wright|
Belinda Wright is one of the leading wildlife conservationists of India. Belinda Wright has worked actively towards increasing communication on the preservation issues of Indian Wildlife particularly Indian Tigers.
|• ||Bhut phal Plant|
Bhut phal, an Indian medicinal plant has immense medicinal properties and also serves the purpose of ornamental plant.
|• ||Lloyd`s Botanical Garden|
Lloyd Botanical Garden in Darjeeling district preserves a wide variety of Orchids and other native species of plants.
|• ||Singhalila National Park|
Singhalila National Park, located in Darjeeling district is the highest national park in West Bengal.
|• ||Talchhapar Sanctuary|
Talchhapar Sanctuary is a specially preserved region in Rajasthan which is utilized to conserve various birds and animals. In ancient days the sanctuary used to be a favourable hunting spot of the king of Bikaner, being named after Chhapar village.
|• ||Cordia macleodii|
Cordia macleodii, a major medicinal plant of India, is used for the treatment of jaundice.
Sugandhi, an Indian medicinal plant, is commonly found in deciduous forests and on the degraded sites of Gangetic plain. It is used in the treatment of a number of physical ailments.
Krishnasariva is an Indian medicinal plant found in deciduous forests and dry localities. Their pharmaceutical properties are known to cure several physical ailments.
|• ||Flowering and Ornamental Trees in India|
Flowering and Ornamental trees in India are generally planted in gardens for decorative purposes and also adorn interiors of residences.
|• ||Bhringaraja plant|
Bhringaraja, Indian medicinal plant has immense effectual properties and is fundamentally accepted in pharmaceutical.
|• ||Frederick Walter Champion|
Frederick Walter Champion was a renowned conservationist and wildlife photographer who stood out as forerunner of change.
|• ||Sultanpur National Park and Bird Sanctuary|
Considered as a paradise for bird watchers, the Sultanpur National Park and Bird Sanctuary houses numerous bird species.
|• ||Sandi Bird Sanctuary|
Sandi Bird Sanctuary is situated in Hardoi in Uttar Pradesh. It serves as a safe haven for the migratory birds and bird lovers. River Garra flows nearby the Sanctuary.
|• ||Supari Plants|
Gubak or Supari is a popular Indian medicinal plant, commonly found in most parts of India.
|• ||Kampilla Plant|
Kampilla or Kamala is found in almost everywhere in India and has many medicinal uses.
|• ||Kajutaka plant|
The Indian medicinal plant kajutaka is used as a herb as well as a fruit in the dessert regions of India.
|• ||Karambha Plant|
Karambha serves as an Indian medicinal plant, scattered around almost all of India.
|• ||Kandali Plant|
Kandali an Indian medicinal plant that carries immense medicinal value and is hugely used in Ayurveda.
|• ||Glossogyne bidens Plant|
Glossogyne bidens is perennial herb that is approved for its medicinal value in India.
Dhunsuli is one of the Indian medicinal plants which help in giving relief from headache, swelling, etc. It is found commonly in various parts of India as an ornamental garden plant.
|• ||Bhukharjuri Plant|
Bhukharjuri, an Indian plant, is found in north and northeastern India with several medicinal uses.
|• ||Krishna-Kamboji Plant|
Krishna-Kamboji or Buinowla is found in low-lying moist habitats throughout most of tropical India.
|• ||Sudrabilo plant|
Sudrabilo in India is entirely used for its medicinal value in curing various diseases.
Kukurbicha is an Indian plant of immense medicinal value. It is found in the sub-Himalayan regions of India as well as from Bihar towards southern India.
|• ||Hunting in India|
Impact of Hunting in India includes both environmental as well as economic impact. Increasing hunting in India posed severe threat to the vast stretches of forest and some of the endangered species of the land.
|• ||Wildlife in West India|
Wildlife in West India offers a plethora of exploring options accompanied with charming jungle sounds and creatures to its visitors. In West India, especially in the states of Maharashtra and Gujarat, some of the most famous wildlife destinations are located.
|• ||Indian Wildlife under British|
Indian wildlife under British was considerably diverse and it comprised a large number of man eating ferocious animals. The British dominion in India left a deep mark on the natural world. Bounty killing was not the only drive at work, as hunting for trophies also reached unprecedented levels during the British era.
|• ||Amaravathi Crocodile Farm, Tiruppur District|
Amaravathi Crocodile Farm is the largest breeding centres of crocodiles in South India. Here the eggs of crocodiles are collected and reared in captivity.
|• ||Wildlife in South India|
Wildlife in South India is one of the major factors that make this region an ideal gateway for wildlife enthusiasts. The wildlife sanctuaries of South India offer a majestic diversity of flora and fauna.
|• ||Wildlife in Central India|
Wildlife in Central India can be wonderfully seen in the various wildlife sanctuaries and national parks located in the different states. Some of the noteworthy wildlife sanctuaries and national parks of the country lie in the central region. More than 15 national parks and around 35 wildlife sanctuaries are located in Central India.
|• ||Wildlife in East India|
Wildlife in East India includes species like Wild Buffalos, One-horned Rhinoceros, Pigmy Hog and Hispid Hare. East India provides with the enriching experience of discovering the varied flora and fauna at its various wildlife sanctuaries.
|• ||Madhaviah Krishnan|
Madhaviah Krishnan was a pioneering naturalist, writer and wildlife photographer of India. Madhaviah Krishnan also made his mark as a self-financed researcher and journalist.
|• ||Billy Arjan Singh|
Billy Arjan Singh was an Indian hunter turned a famous conservationist and author. Billy Arjan Singh was conferred with several prestigious awards for his contributions in the wildlife conservation.
|• ||Aditya Plant|
The Indian medicinal plant, Aditya, is an evergreen shrub found in Northern India.
|• ||Ajashrangi Plant|
Ajashrangi, an Indian medicinal plant, is used in traditional medicines to cure several diseases.
|• ||Golden Champak|
Golden Champa, an Indian plant with highly fragrant yellow flowers, finds significant roles in medicinal, religious and commercial practices.
Goral is an animal group which is somewhat similar to that of goats. These dwell in various parts of India including Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir, Sikkim, Assam, etc.
Marten is similar to otters, pole-cats and weasels. In India, it is found mainly in the Himalayan regions.
Markhor is a wild goat which normally lives sin high altitudes. It grazes on grass and shrubs.
Porcupine is a rodent which possesses a coat of sharp spines which helps them to protect themselves from predators.
Wolf in India is regarded as wild animal. These animals hunt mainly throughout the night but also opt for early morning and late afternoon periods to hunt.
|• ||Musk Deer|
Musk Deer belong to a small deer species which is also considered to be one of the most endangered deer species in India due to its frequent poaching for its musk.
|• ||Asiatic Wild Ass|
Asiatic Wild Ass is found in areas like Rann of Kutch, Baluchistan and Gujarat.
Indian Bison is the largest species of wild cattle. The bison is a large bovine animal and are commonly found in the Indian subcontinent.
Nilgai is usually found in the lower plains stretching from the foothills of the Himalayas in the north to Karnataka.
The Indian Deer is the most beautiful animal on earth and there are as many as thirty-four species of deer in the world.
|• ||Wild Boar|
The Indian Wild Boar is the ancestor of the domestic pig in the Indian subcontinent, which is declining rapidly.
|• ||Snow Leopard|
The Indian Snow Leopard has found a place in the list of Endangered Species and is a native of the mountain ranges.
The Indian Rhinoceros is the fourth largest animal in the world and is also called the Great One-Horned Rhinoceros.
A variety of Macaques are found in various parts of India.
The Indian Leopard is the fourth largest of the four` big cats` of the Panthera genus.
The Indian Langur is so called because it has a long tail, which measures up to fifty centimeters.
|• ||Clouded Leopard|
The Indian Clouded Leopard has been marked as an Endangered species of Wild Fauna and Flora.
|• ||Black Buck|
The Indian Black Buck is found in the open plains of India and they are considered the fastest running animals.
|• ||Black Bear|
The Indian Black Bear is known to inhabit in the upper subtropical and lower moist temperate zones.
|• ||Asiatic Lions|
The Asiatic Lions are highly endangered species, which are found in the Gir forests of Gujarat in India.
|• ||Edward Pritchard Gee|
Edward Pritchard Gee is credited with the 1953 uncovering of Gees Golden Langur. Edward Pritchard Gee was an authoritative wildlife conservationist and naturalist of India.
|• ||Water Plants|
Water Plants are those plants which spend a part of their life fully or partially submerged in water.
|• ||Sacred Trees in India|
Some of the Sacred Trees in India are Ashoka, Banyan, Peepul, Tulsi and Bael that holds religious importance among.
Butea grows in thickets and bears a single seed, containing several nutritional enzymes.
|• ||Betel Leaves|
Finding proud mention in old volumes, betel leaves are beneficiary in various kinds of sores, aches and inflammation.
|• ||Bael Fruit|
Hugeness personifies the bael tree and its hardy fruit contains numerous nutritional elements.
|• ||Wild Date Palm|
The `Wild Date Palm` tree does not require Sun to flourish as it has the great capability of thriving under the shade.
With its twisted branches, with flowers blooming from the base it is an important medicinal plant.
|• ||Rusty Shield Bearer|
A member of the `Leguminosae` family, the `Rusty Shield Bearer` tree is named as `Peltophorum Pterocarpum` in science.
|• ||Rauwolfia - Sarpagandha|
It is known to India for more than 4000 years for its curative properties.
|• ||Perennial Plants in India|
The perennial plants in India live for more than a year and they grow continuously.
Leadwort is a shrubby, perennial herb, developing densely to a height of 2 metres.
Kantakari is a spiky plant yielding several essential alkaloids. Its extract is used for curing a number of physical ailments.
|• ||Indian Laburnum|
Named as `Cassia Fistula` in science, the family of this beautiful tree is `Leguminosae`.
|• ||Biennial Plants in India|
The biennial plants in India grow in two years and the most common plant is the foxglove, growing in northern India.
Rather popular by its commercial name, turpeth is an everlasting herb, used for manufacturing medicinal drugs.
|• ||Rough Chaff - Chirchita|
Rough Chaff grows to a towering height, with thorny, coarse texture in its stem.
Madhuca, grows to a towering height, with spreading foliage, intoxicating fragrance and shiny fruits and seeds.
|• ||Jaundice Berry|
Jaundice berry contains several essential alkaloids, with anti-bacterial dimensions.
|• ||Chebulic Myroblan|
Believed to possess the fantastic long-life elixir, Chebulic myroblan has been in vogue for curative purposes.
|• ||Black Nightshade|
Symbolising wideness in every sphere, the black nightshade is strangely a tiny plant growing to a maximum of 1 metre.
|• ||Belleric Myroblan|
Belleric Myroblan, is an immense tree, its dried fruits used for manufacturing medicines.
|• ||Agaric Mushroom|
Most mushrooms with psychoactive effects are called magic mushrooms and agaric mushroom is considered a magic mushroom.
|• ||Hog Weed|
Hog weed is a creeper plant with thicket-like growth, with uneven features, chiefly growing during the rainy season.
|• ||Java Plum|
The tree Java Plum is amongst the most common evergreen trees of India and has a twisted trunk and a lot of branches.
|• ||Water Lily|
Water Lily is a freshwater plant which bears very beautiful flowers. Some of the flowers open during the day and close at night while some others do exactly the opposite.
Licorice is a herbaceous plant which is known to possess pharmaceutical properties which cures several ailments including tuberculosis, diabetes, melasma and many others.
|• ||Trailing Eclipta|
Trailing eclipta, is coarse to look at, with numerous branches, round stems and irregular leaves.
Rhubarb is gigantic in size and yields essential minerals and vitamins, its rhizomes produces the requisite drug.
|• ||Indian Annual Plants|
The Indian Annual plants complete their life cycle in only one year.
Bamboo, a perennial tree, holds importance both in its matured and unripe form in India.
|• ||Castor Seeds|
Castor seeds serve various purposes of beautifying, prospering under every climatic conditions.
|• ||Red Silk Cotton|
The Red Silk Cotton is a reddish and silky tree which belonged to the family of Malvaceae.
Liquorice, used by Ayurvedics for time immemorial, eases out everyday ailments.
|• ||Lignum Vitae|
The Lignum Vitae tree has a gloomy, curved crown of tiny, dry leaves and the crown frames some bunches of small flowers.
Tylophora is a perennial climbing plant native to the plains, forests, and hills of southern and eastern India.
It is essentially a perennial creeper with slender stems and flowers clustered with narrowed cylindrical fruits.
It is a tall, woody herb, appears velvety, bearing solitary flowers, with kidney-like seeds.
Euphorbia, acknowledged by physicians thousands of years ago, is popular for its medicinal value.
An annual herb, colchicum is a conical shaped plant, with ample medicinal value .
|• ||Cassia China|
known in India as Kala Nagkesar, these fruits when dried before maturity constitute the well known `Cassia buds`.
Bloodwort, known for its oblong shaped leaves, contains several essential oils, lined with scales and small flowers.
Indian Acalypha is an annual herb, used for manufacturing medicinal drugs.
Wormwood is a fragrant perennial herb, with ribbed stalks and egg-shaped leaves.
|• ||Winter Cherry|
Admired rather by its commercial name, winter cherry grows in two sizes, primarily in clusters, containing water.
Extremely popular among Indians, henna has its origination in Arabia, with several essential elements contained in it.
Hermal, more popular by its commercial Indian name, is a bushy herb, the leaves branched into thin divisions.
Zizyphus is an extremely hardy tree, with thorny branches, and dark coloured two kinds of fruits.
Valerian, with its bulbous rootstalk, furrowed hairy stems, and both small and long leaves.
|• ||Tenner`s Cassia|
Tenner`s Cassia is legendary herb with round hefty stalks and plenty of branches and is used in alternative medicine.
Indian Podophyllum is made up of some glutinous substances, essentially a creeper, used for making drugs.
Phyllanthus has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for over 2,000 years and has a wide number of traditional uses.
Watercress is a perennial herb used in making salads and rich in calorific contents.
|• ||Indian Spikenard|
Indian Spikenard is exceedingly useful in manufacturing medicines.
|• ||Indian Sorrel|
Indian Sorrel generally flourishes in moist and wet climate, comprising short growths, possessing shiny leaves.
Personifying vastness in every sense of the term, Indian hemp is believed to have existed millions of years back.
Indian gooseberry due to its high vitamin C content is used for several recuperative effects.
Gokulakanta is a thick, erect herb, the stalk almost weak and small.
Though small in height, ephedra possesses elongated branches, broadly manufactured for drug dosages.
|• ||East Indian Rosebay|
East Indian Rosebay possesses a rough silvery bark, with dense foliage at the top, with scented flowers, oval in shape.
Digitalis grows in an unusual manner, blooming profusely at the base, and growing virtually thinner at the top.
Serving several purposes in medical usage, dandelion is also a tempting salad dressing, growing in serrated clusters.
Chirayata is a strong herb, with opposite pairs of leaves, the dried plant used for medicines.
Considered exceedingly helpful in various kinds of diseases and also for beautifying oneself, chicory.
Chalmogra was long since known to Ayurvedic medicinal system, used vastly for treating leprosy.
Boswellia is a moderate to large branching tree found in the dry hilly areas of India.
|• ||Bitter Chamomile|
Bitter chamomile, grows to short heights and possesses pretty slender stems, yielding the essential drug chamomile.
Indian Barberry grows huge in size for a shrub, the dried version used for manufacturing the drug.
The roots of ashwagandha are used medicinally which belongs to the pepper family .
|• ||Ash Gourd|
Ash gourd, resembling vastness of pumpkin, is a creeper, widely domesticated for its high curative attributes.
Indian Aloe, growing to moderate heights, appears glossy, with pulpy leaves, essential in making drugs.
Alfalfa is a flowering plant which belongs to the Fabaceae family. The common name of the herb Alfalfa is Lucerne and is called Medicago sativa by the botanical name.
|• ||Shankrapushpi Plant|
Fire lily is an Indian medicinal plant which is used all over India for its medicinal properties. It shows excellent curative effect against diseases like leprosy, piles, ulcers, abdominal pains and others.
|• ||Diseases in Women cured by Tulsi|
Female Diseases cured by Tulsi includes the various gynaecological maladies, disorders fuelled by hormonal imbalances, breast cancer and so on.
Tulsi is an Indian plant that is widely used for its medicinal properties. It is often used to treat common cold, toothache, etc. Tulsi leaves are an important part in the daily worship of the Hindu gods.
Ispaghula is used in India since ages, growing in clusters and containing several essential acids imperative to humans.
Legendary in its being born, datura is a hedgy tree, with huge leaves and flowers.
|• ||Wood Apple|
Wood apple, with its solid outer cover, contains nourishing minerals and rich calorific value.
Vasaka, is a tall, upright herb, with evergreen foliage, growing across India.
|• ||Types of Tulsi Plants|
Tulsi Plants are of five types which are Krishna Tulsi, Drudriha Tulsi ,Ram Tulsi , Babi Tulsi and Tukashmiya Tulsi.
|• ||Types of Tulsi|
There are two main varieties of Tulsi i.e. Ram and Shyam Tulsi.
|• ||Tulsi in Homeopathy|
Dr. Moore was the first to use Arjak Tulsi in Homeopathy treatment.
|• ||Tulsi in Beauty Treatment|
Tulsi is considered the best remedy for skin disorders.
|• ||Skin Problems cured by Tulsi|
Most of the people are suffering form Skin problems and Tulsi is the easiest medicine for its treatment.
|• ||Respiratory Diseases cured by Tulsi|
With the help of Tulsi in Ayurved one can easily be treated from respiratory diseases.
|• ||Properties of Tulsi|
Tulsi is sharp, bitter, and hot which benefits the heart and stimulates appetite .
The herb originated in and continues to grow primarily in the Himalayan mountains.
|• ||Painful Joints cured by Tulsi|
Most of the people are unwaware that, Joint pain can be cured easily in home with the hepl of Tulsi.
|• ||Indian Pennywort|
Indian Pennywort flourishes in swampy areas, known to Indians for millions of years.
Gymnema sylvestre is a woody climbing plant that grows in the tropical forests of central and southern India.
|• ||Diseases of the digestive system cured by Tulsi|
Tulsi in Ayurved can help to prevent from diseases of digestive system.
|• ||Diseases in Men cured by Tulsi|
Men diseases can be easily cured by the help of Tulsi in ayurved.
|• ||Diseases in children cured by Tulsi|
It is good to use home made tulsi treatments for children`s common diseases.
This attractive, perennial member of the mint family originated in the lower elevations of India.
|• ||Bay Berry|
Maturing pretty high for an herb, bay berry grows in a peculiar manner, with every growth queer to look at.
|• ||Bulb plants in India|
The bulb plants in India are some of the unique flowering plants, usually found in northern India.
|• ||Sala Plant|
Sala is a large, semi-deciduous Indian medicinal plant with small, soft and yellowish flowers.
|• ||Mustaka Plant|
Mustaka is regarded as an Indian medicinal plant which is used to cure a number of diseases.
|• ||Ipomoea coccinea L Plant|
Ipomoea coccinea L is a medicinal plant, cultivated in many parts of India.
|• ||Canda Plant|
Canda is a common Indian medicinal plant, mostly common in West Bengal, Konkan and South India.
|• ||Bhadrabala Plant|
Bhadrabala is an Indian medicinal plant that has the properties of medicine.
|• ||Tailed Pepper|
Tailed Pepper is a medicinal plant which acts as curative for a number of ailments including oral and dental diseases, asthma, halitosis, gonorrhea and hay fever. The berries of the plant as well as its essential oils have remedial powers.
|• ||Cow-Foot Leaf|
Cow-Foot Leaf is a medicinal plant possessing analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. Its leaf juice also acts as a curative in conjunctivitis.
|• ||Haritaki Plant|
Haritaki, the Indian medicinal plant has gained importance for its medicinal value.
|• ||Sinduri Plants|
Sinduri is a common Indian medicinal plant, found throughout tropical and subtropical India.
|• ||Secamone emetica Plant|
Secamone emetica is an Indian medicinal plant that is widely found in the regions of southern India.
|• ||Safed Sarson Plant|
Safed Sarson or the rocket salad is an Indian medicinal plant with curing properties for acute stomach ache.
|• ||Rangoonkibel Plant|
Rangoonkibel is a tropical Indian medicinal plant that is used for its essential curative properties.
|• ||Prickly Pear Plant|
The Indian medicinal plant Prickly Pear grows throughout peninsular India, bearing yellowish-red flowers.
|• ||Patala Plants|
Patala is most common Rajasthan, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh, and contain several medicinal properties.
|• ||Nagakesar Plant|
Nagakesar has immense medicinal properties and in Ayurveda this plant is vastly used to prepare medicines for various.
|• ||Mundi Plant|
Mundi is an Indian Plant with medicinal properties used to cure diseases such as blood disorders.
|• ||Malayan Custard Apple|
Malayan Custard Apple, an Indian medicinal plant, possesses the medicinal quality for curing asthma.
|• ||Kath-Semul Plants|
Kath-Semul is a common Indian medicinal plant, mainly found in moist deciduous and evergreen forests.
|• ||Karamardika Plant|
Karamardika, also known, as Carissa Spinarum is medicinal plant that is grown in central India.
|• ||Kakubha Plants|
Kakubha is a native plant of peninsular India with essential medicinal properties and yellowish-white flowers.
|• ||Kakadani Plant|
Kakadani is an Indian medicinal plant growing as a creeper, with a silken texture for its body.
|• ||Jasmine Tree|
Indian medicinal plant, jasmine tree incorporates the properties of medicine as well as owns the admiration for its bea.
|• ||Indrayava Plant|
Indrayava is an Indian medicinal plant that serves the purpose of various medical treatments.
|• ||Harachampaka Plant|
Harachampaka shrub is an Indian medicinal plant found in the dry forests of southern India.
|• ||Dhoajavriksha Plant|
Dhoajavriksha is the Indian medicinal plant, rising to a lofty height and growing in peninsular India.
|• ||Cottonweed Plant|
Among the Indian Medicinal Plant, Cottonweed is available with pale brown colour flower heads.
|• ||Commiphora caudata Plant|
This famous medicinal plant of India possesses antiviral properties and is found in dry and deciduous forests.
|• ||Chakrani Plant|
Chakrani, the Indian medicinal plant is a slender shrub found in South India.
|• ||Barachandrika Plant|
Barachandrika is basically a plant containing some medicinal properties as well as it needs attention while consumption.
|• ||Australian pine Plant|
Australian pine is seen in profusion around the coastal areas and is valued for having medicinal properties.
|• ||Antrapachaka Plant|
Antrapachaka is an Indian medicinal plant which is used for the treatment of jaundice, bronchitis, and whooping cough.
|• ||Kalmegh Tree|
Kalmegh is a significant Ayurvedic herb which is employed to cure respiratory infections, rheumatism and colitis.
Tirutali is a large bushy shrub which is found mainly in northern Indias drier regions. This contains high medicinal value and is used for treating various diseases in India.
Shivari is a widely used medicinal plant in India. It is found throughout the country. All the parts of the Shivari are used for therapeutic purpose.
|• ||Sabu Plant|
Sabu is an Indian medicinal plant used for treating oedema, dropsy, ascites, liver, asthma and other problems.
|• ||Oriental Cashew Tree|
Oriental Cashew tree is an Indian medicinal plant used for the treatment of coughs and colds.
|• ||Musket Tree|
Musket Tree is a medium or small tree which is found mainly in the southern regions of India and it possesses high medicinal value.
|• ||Manjirika Plant|
Manjirika is an Indian medicinal plant broadly used in ayurveda for the treatment of many diseases.
Mahanimb is a big deciduous tree of great medicinal use. It is found in most of the Indian states.
Kapittha is a medicinal plant which is found in the southern parts of India. The plant is basically a deciduous plant.
Indravalli is one of the widely used medicinal plants of central India. Indravalli is popularly used in Ayurvedic medicine.
|• ||Hamsapadi Plant|
Hamsapadi is an Indian medicinal plant that is used for treating fever, healing of bone fractures etc.
|• ||Ginger Plant|
Ginger plant; having immense medicinal values has a scientific name Hedychium Coronarium Koenig and is found in tropical and subtropical regions of Asia.
Gambhari is a deciduous tree found in major parts of deciduous forest regions of India. This tree is of great medicinal use in India as it is used for treating leprosy, fever, etc.
Dipya is an Indian medicinal plant which is found in India mainly from Kashmir to Kumaon. This plant is also seen in various other regions of the country.
Chikun is one of the well-known medicinal plants found in the central deciduous forest regions of India. It is known as Gol in Gujarati and Gio in Hindi language.
Buli is a deciduous tree which is of high medicinal value. It is found in several states of India including Orissa, Gujarat, Karnataka, etc.
|• ||Bhumyamalaki Plant|
Bhumyamalaki has medicinal properties, it grows mainly in the tropical and subtropical regions of the country.
Bakul tree is native to India and it grows to a height of about 12 to 15 meters. This tree is of high medicinal use and in India it gives relief from pain, headache, diarrhea, etc.
Arjaka is also known as Common Basil. Commonly found in the Indian subcontinent, Arjaka is a type of Tulsi plant. It is widely used for its medicinal properties.
|• ||Amaranthus spinosus L Plant|
Amaranthus spinosus is a medicinal herb found in India and is commonly known for its medicinal value.
Fox Grape bearing the scientific name Cayratia Trifolia Domin has several Aurvedic and medicinal properties and is usually found in the hot regions of peninsular India.
|• ||Aerva lanata Plant|
Aerva lanata is a medicinal plant which is well admired and lavishly used for the pharmaceutical products.
|• ||Rugtoora Plants|
Rugtoora is a tall Indian medicinal plant that is also used for decorative purposes.
|• ||Triputa Plants|
Triputa is quite a useful Indian medicinal plant, found throughout India.
|• ||Trikantaka Plant|
Trikantaka plants are used for the treatment of leucoderma and piles in India.
|• ||Tecoma stans Plants|
Tecoma stans is a small, erect Indian medicinal plant that is common in the sub continent.
|• ||Swetachilli Plant|
Swetachilli, serves multifarious purpose as a medicine that cures diseases if used in decoction and even in other forms.
|• ||Sigesbeckia Oriental Plant|
Sigesbeckia Oriental , an Indian medicinal plant is found mainly along the Himalayan region with 1.2 meter height.
Sarpagandha, botanically known as Rauvolfia Serpentina, an Indian medicinal plant, has immense therapeutic value and is used in pharmaceutical products worldwide.
|• ||Sarahattika Plant|
Sarahattika is a distinguished plant throughout the Indian Peninsula for its indispensable remedial features.
|• ||Raladhupa Plant|
Raladhupa tree is useful to prepare medicines for different diseases like rheumatism, cough, epilepsy, asthma and chron.
|• ||Pothos scandens Plants|
Pothos scandens is an Indian medicinal plant, commonly called as Anaparuga in Tamil.
|• ||Pithari Plant|
Pithari, the Indian plant has medicinal properties and is known for its usage in Ayurveda.
|• ||Parthenium hysterophorus Plant|
Parthenium hysterophorus, an Indian medicinal plant, used in for its medicinal properties all over the world.
|• ||Ksharadala Plant|
Ksaradala is an Indian medicinal plant that serves as a multipurpose medicine.
|• ||Karela Plant|
Karela or Bitter Gourd, Indian medicinal plant is used to treat various respiratory diseases.
|• ||Kanthari Plant|
Kanthari is an essential Indian medicinal plant, used for various chronic ailments amongst indigene tribesmen.
|• ||Kanchata Plant|
Kanchata is an Indian medicinal plant and the people of most part of India use it for medicinal purpose.
|• ||Kamalata Plant|
Kamalata is a common Indian medicinal plant, widely cultivated in India.
|• ||Kaliziri Plant|
Kaliziri, an Indian medicinal plant, possesses the properties to be used in various medicative as well as culinary purp.
|• ||Indian Cherry Plants|
Indian Cherry or Bahuvaraka is an Indian medicinal plant, having numerous medicinal properties.
|• ||Iksvakuh Plant|
is one of the most common and cultivated medicinal plants in India.
|• ||Hastyaluka Plant|
The medicinal plant Hastyaluka is a biennial climber and is widely grown in peninsular India.
|• ||Golika Plant|
Golika is an Indian medicinal plant, growing as a deciduous variation with compound leaves.
|• ||Gabdi Plant|
Gabdi or Torch wood tree is a plant of dry climate and is recognised as an Indian medicinal plant.
|• ||Cyperaceae Plant|
Cyperaceae, medicinal plant is important for its medicinal properties and is applicable as stimulant, stomachic and ast.
|• ||Combretum decandrum Roxb Plant|
Combretum decandrum Roxb, the medicinal plant is used for the treatment for eczema, diarrhea and gastric troubles.
|• ||Bahupraja Plant|
Bahupraja is an Indian medicinal shrub with smooth grey bark and slender and spreading brunches.
|• ||Amlavetasa Plant|
Amlavetasa, Indian medicinal plant has the medicinal properties that produce valuable medicine and cure severe diseases.
|• ||Ajantri Plant|
Ajantri is an Indian medicinal plant that is hugely used in India for its multifarious usage in medicinal sectors.
|• ||Adhakpuspi Plant|
Adhakpuspi is an important medicinal plant, used to cure the diseases like arthritis, anorexia, dysentery and skin dise.
|• ||Acanthospermum hispidum Plant|
Acanthospermum hispidum plant is used for the treatment of skin ailments and to cure fever.
|• ||Dhania Plant|
Dhania or Coriander is an Indian medicinal plant that is used to treat erythema.
|• ||Vitunna Plant|
Vitunna, a common Indian medicinal plant has the herbal properties for curing diseases.
|• ||Soumya Plant|
Soumya, an Indian medicinal plant, is distributed in the dry and rocky regions of the country.
|• ||Seetaphal plant|
Custard Apple tree is an important medicinal plant found to an altitude of 900 m in India.
|• ||Sangkhaphuli Plant|
Sangkhaphuli is an Indian medicinal plant, found in northern India and is used extensively in Ayurvedic practice.
|• ||Parpatakah Plant|
Parpatakah, an Indian medicinal plant, is used to treat cough, fever and scaly fungous infections.
|• ||Kharjuri Plants|
Kharjuri is a palm tree found in central India and its edible fruits are used in Ayurveda.
|• ||Heracleum rigens Wallichis Plant|
Heracleum rigens Wallichis, an Indian medicinal plant is found in South India and cures urinary disorders.
|• ||Avighna Plant|
Avighna, an Indian medicinal plant, is found in Indian dry forests.
|• ||Arkamula Plant|
Arkamula, an Indian medicinal plant, is a perennial climber found in dry deciduous forests of India.
|• ||Alternanthera Sessilis Plant|
Alternanthera sessilis is a medicinal plant that possesses the botanical name of Alternanthera nodiflora.
|• ||Alarka Plant|
Indian medicinal plant, Alarka essentially grows in vast tracts of Indian subcontinent, bearing odorous flowers.
|• ||National Chambal Sanctuary|
National Chambal Sanctuary in UP is a favourite habitation for several creatures like Crocodile (Muggar), Ganges River Dolphin, Gharial (Gavelia Gangeticus), Freshwater Turtles, etc.
|• ||Chandaka Elephant Reserve|
Chandaka Elephant Reserve is world famous for its great collection of Elephants.
|• ||Leisure Valley|
Leisure Valley, Chandigarh involves a unique collection of numerous theme parks extending up to 8 kms in length. The Chandigarh Carnival festival is celebrated at Leisure Valley during February.
|• ||Shoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary|
Shoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most beautiful sanctuaries in Gujarat, housing a rich variety.
|• ||Thol Wildlife Sanctuary|
Thol Wildlife Sanctuary is famous for its rich collection of avifauna.
|• ||Porbandar Bird Sanctuary|
Porbandar Bird Sanctuary is the smallest bird sanctuary in Gujarat and famous for its rich avifauna.
|• ||Garden of Five Senses|
Garden of Five Senses, Delhi, has been established to awaken the senses of people for cherishing the beauty of life in its natural form. In addition to the gorgeous exhibits of nature, the place also organizes various art workshops and exhibitions.
|• ||Varahikanda Plant|
The Indian medicinal plant Varahikanda is commonly found in the Himalayas.
|• ||Tobacco Plant|
Tobacco Plant bearing the scientific name Nicotiana tabacum is grown throughout India. The plant is generally used as a sedative.
|• ||Tamala Plant|
Tamala is an Indian medicinal plant that is well admired and praised for its usage in curing diseases.
Ratanpurus has tonic, diuretic and demulcent properties and mainly found in Uttar Pradesh to Bengal southwards to Tamil Nadu and Kerala.
|• ||Purple Convolvulus Plant|
Purple Convolvulus, Indian medicinal plant works as curative for some diseases.
Pulikampa is one of the medicinal plants of India which grows to a height of about 1.2 to 2.4 meters. It is called as Kuri in Hindi language in India.
Poduthalai is an Indian medicinal plant which is used to give relief from headache and also used in treating constipation. This medicinal plant is foud mainly in the wet regions in India.
Panibel is a widely used medicinal plant of India. Panibel is found almost in all parts of the country. Panibel is mainly used for curing dental problems.
Muria is a widely used Indian medicinal plant. Muria is mostly found in the southern region of the country.
Mahua is a very popular medicinal plant that is common throughout central India on rocky and sandy soils. Mahua flowers are highly nutritious and are eaten raw or cooked and used for making distilled spirits and vinegar.
|• ||Lingini Plant|
Lingini is a famous Indian medicinal plant, having several medicinal properties.
Kumarika is a valuable prickly climbing plant in India of high medicinal use. It grows all over the tropical areas of India from the Himalayas to Kerala.
Kuberakshi is reckoned for its medicinal usage in India and abroad.
Koshta bears the scientific name of Corchorus olitorius. It is an annual herb which is generally found in the fields and forests of India.
Kamini is a handsome plant which has a number of medicinal properties. Kamini plant is commonly grown in gardens for its cluster of fragrant flowers.
Haldi or Turmeric tree has strong antiseptic properties which are grown extensively in the tropical regions.
|• ||Guletura Plant|
Guletura is a beautiful flower that is also known for medicinal usage.
|• ||Dra-Vanti Plant|
Brought to India as oil-yielding plant, Dra-vanti is used extensively in Ayurvedic medicine.
Brahmi is a creeping herb found mainly in the marshy or wet habitats by the river margins or streams throughout India.
|• ||Bhadradanti Plant|
Bhadradanti is extensively used in Ayurvedic medicines for its medicinal values.
Benokra is a prominent Indian medicinal plant which is used in the treatment of various diseases. It is mainly found in the tropical and subtropical regions of India in the great Himalayas.
|• ||Babla Plant|
Babla or Babula, Indian medicinal plant, has a number of medicinal usages in Ayurveda and other medicinal practices.
Barhanta is a highly branched small herb which is of high medicinal use in India. It is found in almost all parts of subtropical and tropical regions of India.
Asheta is an Indian medicinal plant which is wildly found in the subtopical and tropical areas of India.
|• ||Amaranthaceae Plant|
Amaranthaceae is a medicinal plant which is botanically known as Achyranthes aspera.
|• ||Gardens and Parks of Tamil Nadu|
There are a number of parks in Tamil Nadu, like, Napier Park, Guindy National Park, zoological garden etc.
|• ||Kharboj Plant|
Kharboj is a common Indian medicinal plant, extensively cultivated in India.
|• ||Yugaphala Plant|
Yugaphala, an Indian medicinal plant, is useful for treating rheumatism, asthma and others.
|• ||White Champa Plant|
White Champa though popular as decorative flower, is also used in ayurveda for its medicinal properties.
|• ||Vyaghranakhi Plant|
Vyaghranakhi is a medicinal plant, most commonly found to an elevation of about 1200 m in India.
|• ||Vrksamlah Plant|
Vrksamlah tree is an Indian medicinal plant and contains medicinal properties.
|• ||Visamustih Plant|
Visamustih, an Indian medicinal plant, is an annual herb that is grown throughout India.
|• ||Thorny staff tree Plant|
Thorny staff tree is a medicinal plant where the entire part is used for treatment of diseases.
|• ||Suryamukhi Plant|
Suryamukhi plant is recognized for its medicinal properties and its large usage in culinary purposes in almost all coun.
|• ||Senecio tenuifolius Plant|
Senecio tenuifolius with immense with medicinal properties is spread all over the Indian peninsula.
|• ||Satamuli Plant|
Satamuli is the medicinal plant of India and is important for the treatments like dysentery, tumours, and nervous disor.
|• ||Sarvabajin Plant|
Sarvabajin is rarely popular among the locale though it is used in curing diseases.
|• ||Sariba Plant|
Sariba plants are Indian medicinal plants that grow in the peninsular regions and in the Western Ghats.
|• ||Patoli Plants|
Patoli is an Indian medicinal plant having numerous medicinal properties.
|• ||Nityakalyani Plant|
Nityakalyani, the Indian medicinal plant contains medicative value and is vastly used in Ayurveda.
|• ||Moca Plants|
Indian medicinal plant, Moca is a deciduous tree that is quite common in Penninsular India.
|• ||Laghukacchu Plant|
Laghukacchu, an Indian medicinal plant, is found in Central and South India.
|• ||Matchstick Tree|
Matchstick tree or Alstonia Macrophylla Wallich is a medium-sized tree and used as an anticholeric.
|• ||Kunduru Plants|
Kunduru tree is a medicinal plant, common in the dry, rocky hills and in other parts of India.
|• ||Kantaphala Plant|
Kantaphala is an Indian medicinal plant that is used in Ayurveda and Unani practices for treatment.
|• ||Indian Cadaba Plant|
Indian Cadaba is an essential medicinal plant, with intricate flower and fruit patterns.
|• ||Dhumapatra Plant|
Dhumapatra, an Indian medicinal plant, is a perennial herb found in the dry areas of this country.
|• ||Dhamargava Plant|
Dhamargava or Sponge Gourd, Indian medicinal plant, is used to heal gastric disorders.
|• ||Danti Plant|
Danti is a stout Indian medicinal shrub with light brown bark and alternate leaves.
|• ||Bhadra Plants|
Indian medicinal plant, Bhadra, is widely used in Ayurvedic medicine.
|• ||Bahira Plant|
Among the Indian medicinal plants, Bahira has great importance as its leaves and fruits contain remedial properties.
|• ||Asvakarnah Plant|
Asvakarnah is an essential medicinal plant that grows up to an elevation of 1200 meter.
|• ||Arjuna Asana Plant|
Arjuna Asana is an aboriginal Indian medicinal plant, growing in deciduous forests, bearing colourful flowers.
|• ||Amrataka Plant|
Amrataka tree is a major Indian medicinal plant, used for treating various diseases.
|• ||Akhukarni Plant|
Akhukarni is an Indian medicinal plant, being used in different traditional treatment methods.
|• ||Akasavalli Plant|
Akasavalli is a common Indian plant, having several useful medicinal properties.
Vajravalli is a popular Indian Medicinal plant that is used for different remedial purposes like for curing gastrointestinal disorders, indigestion and asthma. Vajravalli is mainly found in the drier regions of the country.
Tutturubenda is an Indian medicinal plant which is found mainly in the tropical and subtropical areas of India.
|• ||Tarwar Plant|
Tarwar is an Indian medicinal plant which is commonly found in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.
Ramatulsi, also known as Lemon Basil in English, is a commonly available perennial shrub from India. Besides the varied medicinal properties, Ramatulsi is also used in Hindu worship.
Parpoti is an annual plant which is of great medicinal use. It is found throughout India at an altitude of two thousand meters in the Himalayas.
Nasinda is the Hindi counterpart for Chaste Tree. Nasinda has strong antiseptic properties and is grown extensively in the tropical regions of India.
Massandari is a small tree of a shrub of great medicinal value. It is found in an altitude of about 1200 meters in almost all parts of India.
Kariyartharani is widely used as a medicinal herb in India. This medicinal plant is found as weed throughout the country and is also cultivated in some places.
Kakmachi is an Indian medicinal plant which gives relief from cough and cold, diarrhea, etc. This herb is found throughout India.
|• ||Jungli Anarash Plant|
Jungli Anarash is a medicinal plant of India that was introduced in the country in 18th century.
Hingon is a spiny shrub which is found in several Indian states including Rajasthan, Sikkim, West Bengal, Karnataka, etc.
|• ||Gulsham Plant|
Gulsham is a tall Indian shrub that is known for its medicinal properties.
|• ||Ganderi Plant|
Ganderi is cultivated throughout India for its medicinal properties.
|• ||Dividivi Plant|
Dividivi Plant, known for its medicinal properties, is available in the states of Andhra Pradesh , Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Gujarat and Karnataka.
Dhamani is a medium-sized deciduous tree which is famous for its medicinal use in India. This tree is found in the sub-Himalayan region from the Yamuna eastwards to Nepal and Bihar and also in some parts of Tamil Nadu.
|• ||Chironji plant|
Chironji, Indian medicinal plant is a sort of nut and is commonly used in ayurveda.
Charati is a well known Indian medicinal plant. Charati is mainly found in Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
|• ||Chakavat Plant|
Chakavat is an Indian weed which has innumerable medicinal properties and is used by a lot of people.
|• ||Biswul Plant|
Biswul or Val-likhadira is Indian medicinal plant and Ayurveda uses it for medicinal purposes.
Bherenda has been naturalised as an ornamental plant in India and has several medicinal properties.
Benjuen is an Indian medicinal plant which grows to a height of 2.5 meters. It is also called Kundali, Pishinika, Pinchil, Dariajai, etc in different languages in India.
Banaganjei is a divaricately branched, erect perennial herb of high medicinal value. It is found in various parts of India including Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, etc.
Atmora is a well-known medicinal plant of India which grows mainly in the Indian forest edges. It is known as Marorphal, Bhendu, etc in Hindi language.
|• ||Ashoka Tree|
Ashoka tree is a popular Indian medicinal plant which is used to treat a number of physical ailments.
|• ||Alternanthera pungens H.B.K Plant|
Alternanthera pungens HBK, a medicinal plant commonly known as khaki weed, carries the botanical name of Alternanthera .
|• ||Aloe Barbadensis Mill or Indian Aloe|
Aloe Babadensis Mill is a perennial herb, commonly known as Barbados aloe or Indian aloe.
Aliar is a popular medicinal plant of central region of the country. Aliar is more commonly cultivated as an ornamental shrub in India.
|• ||Akola Plant|
Akola is a medicinal plant generally used for the treatment of snake bites, rheumatism, eye troubles etc.
|• ||Dubare Elephant Camp|
Dubare Elephant Camp located in Karnataka is home to almost 150 elephants. The sanctuary serves as a unique eco-tourism destination in South India.
|• ||Dubare Elephant Camp|
Dubare Elephant Camp in Karnataka is a unique place to learn more about elephants by closely observing them .
|• ||Mitiyala Wildlife Sanctuary|
Mitiyala Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat is a specially protected area created to safeguard the animals like lions, nilgais and others.
|• ||Koonthankulam Bird Sanctuary|
Koonthankulam Birds Sanctuary set up in 1994 is located in Tamil Nadu. The sanctuary houses a variety of birds and animals
|• ||Wildlife Trust of India (WTI)|
Wildlife Trust of India (WTI), founded in the year 1998, is a non profit preservation organisation. The chief aims of WTI are crisis management for preventing destruction of Indias wildlife.
|• ||Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary|
Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary, located in the Unnao District of Uttar Pradesh, was established in the year 1984.
|• ||Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve|
Mundanthurai Tiger reserve is one of the major attractions of the district of Tirunelveli in the Tamil Nadu state. Previously it was only a wildlife sanctuary and from the year 1988 it was developed as a National tiger reserve.
|• ||Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary, Sheopur District|
Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the major tourist attractions in the district of Sheopur in Madhya Pradesh. This sanctuary possesses a large variety of flora and fauna which attract tourists from different parts of the state as well as from outside.
|• ||Ushakothi Wildlife Sanctaury|
Ushakothi Wildlife Sanctuary in Orissa is one of the popular tourist destinations of the state.
|• ||Panna National Park|
Panna National Park is home to some of the best wildlife species in India.
|• ||Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary|
Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is well famous for being the ornithologist`s paradise.
|• ||Semmozhi Poonga|
Semmozhi Poonga is an environment-friendly botanical park in Chennai which comprises diverse forms of flora and beautiful gardens.
|• ||Zoological Survey of India|
Zoological Survey of India has been entrusted the duty of conductive extensive research and analysis on the diverse fauna of India.
|• ||The Great Banyan Tree|
The Great Banyan Tree is the widest tree in the world. This tree is attracted by all the popel who are interested in nature and the aspirant botanists.
|• ||Satkosia Basipalli Sanctuary|
Satkosia Basipalli Sanctuary, in Orissa, houses a vast variety of wildlife. A number of adventurous activities are also organized here including trekking, boating, elephant rides and night safaris.
|• ||Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary|
Barnawapara Wild life Sanctuary is one the major attraction in Chattisgarh. This sanctuary is the home of tigers, leopard, Hyenas, Antelopes, Porcupine, Bison, Python and many other species.
|• ||Udanti Wildlife Sanctuary|
Udanti Wildlife Sanctuary in Chattisgrarh is the abode of animals and birds like Indian Gazelle, Chital or Spotted Deer, Nilgai Wood Peckers, Jungle Fowls and many other animals.
|• ||Indian Flora and Fauna of the Southern Zone|
Indian Flora and Fauna of the Southern Zone have a great contribution in the diversity of Indian ecosystem. They also allure numerous tourists across the globe.
|• ||Indian Flora and Fauna of the Northern Zone|
Indian Flora and Fauna of the Northern Zone exhibits enormous variety and attracts numerous tourists to experience this diverse ecosystem.
|• ||Indian Flora and Fauna of the Eastern Zone|
Indian Flora and Fauna of the Eastern Zone is the representation of the rich biodiversity that exists in the country. This rich natural resource has also enhanced the tourism of the country to a great extent.
|• ||Indian Flora and Fauna of the Western Zone|
Indian Flora and Fauna of the Western Zone exhibits a huge variety owing to the varying soil and climatic conditions of the country.
|• ||National Parks of West India|
National Parks of West India includes Blackbuck National Park, Velavadar, Chandoli National Park, Darrah National Park, Desert National Park, Gir Forest National Park, Gugamal National Park, Harike Wetland, Keoladeo National Park, Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary, Navegaon National Park, Sariska Tiger Reserve, Tadoba National Park.
|• ||Oleander Tree|
The oleander tree is found largely in almost every tropical and sub tropical region and is dangerously poisonous.
|• ||Karnikar Tree|
Named as `Pterospermum Acerifolium` in science, the `Karnikar Tree` is normally a very nice and tall tree.
|• ||Jack Fruit Tree|
Jack Fruit tree is a hugely used Indian tree. The root of origin of Jack Fruit tree lies in the forests of Western India. Jackfruit tree has several medicinal as well as economical uses.
|• ||Fish Tail Palm Tree|
The beautiful Fish tail palm tree is one of the most useful Indian trees.
|• ||Devil`s Tree|
Devil`s tree possesses sum essential alkaloids, necessary for drug-making.
|• ||Umbrella Tree|
This tree belongs to the family of `Malvaceae` and is known as `Thespesia Populnea`
|• ||Tamarind Tree|
Tamarind Tree is considered as one of the most beautiful trees in India. It is a popular Indian tree.
|• ||Neem Tree|
Neem Tree, a native of South Asia, is also known as Margosa. It has played a crucial role in agriculture and medicine for millions for years.
|• ||Madre Tree|
Know as `Gliricidia Sepium` Madre Tree is a member of the `Leguminosae` family.
|• ||Cannon Ball Tree|
The scientific name of the tree is `Couroupita Guianensis` and it derived from the `Lecythidacae` family.
|• ||Royal Palm Tree|
Royal Palm tree, one of the most important Indian tree is very much suitable for decorating the avenues very nicely.
|• ||Paper Chase Tree|
The `Paper Chase Tree`, from the family of `Rubiaceae` is very common all over India.
|• ||Cork Tree|
The `Cork Tree` is a very famous tree in India and has been cultivated in most parts of India in the gardens and avenues
|• ||Alexandrian Laurel Tree|
The tree is known as `Calophyllum Inophyllum` in science and has an evergreen shelter of rich green foliage.
|• ||Rain Tree|
Rain tree is a large Indian tree and is known in various names in various parts of India. It has a wide shelter of evergreen, soft foliage.
|• ||Mountain Ebony Tree|
Mountain Ebony Tree is also known as Bauhinia. It is an orchid tree. It is a nice tree that has a rich and stimulating perfume, which fills the air.
|• ||Indian Jujube Tree|
Indian Jujube tree is one of the striking trees of the `Rhamnaceae` family.
|• ||Bead Tree|
The tree is known as `Melia Azedarach` in science which can achieve the height up to 12 m in only a few years.
|• ||Banana Tree|
Banana tree is basically a tropical tree and it never stands frost. Banana tree grows best in moist and warm regions and it is found in almost all parts of the country.
|• ||Areca Tree|
The chewing of the `Areca Tree` seeds is considered to sweeten the breath, strengthen the gums and tone the digestion.
|• ||Yellow Elder Tree|
The Yellow Elder has the capability to retain its attractive appearance through the year.
|• ||Parijata Tree|
Parijata tree in India is a baobab tree and very sacred in the village of Kintoor, Uttar Pradesh. This was a celestial tree produced at the churning of the ocean.
|• ||Papaya Tree|
Papaya Tree with its permanent woody stem and sweet fruit is a widespread Indian tree. Papaya tree is basically a short lived Indian tree.
|• ||Golden Dewdrops Tree|
Golden Dewdrops Tree known to the scientists of the world as `Duranta Plumieri`. , is very suitable as a garden tree.
|• ||Drumstick Tree|
Drumstick Tree, a popular tree of India, has a delicate tracery of its divided leaves and also appears in a fresh, elegant manner. Drumstick tree can be used as a boundary fence and also contains a lot of edible qualities; it is very common in towns and village gardens.
|• ||Tulip Tree|
It is very large in size and sheds its flora at the end of its growing season in the dry places during summer.
|• ||Scarlet Cordia Tree|
In India, the Scarlet Cordia can be found as a small tree or garden shrub & it can reach the height of about 12 m.
|• ||Pongam Tree|
The name `Pongamia` has derived from the Tamil name, `Pinnata` that refers to the pinnate leaves.
|• ||Palmyra Palm Tree|
Palmyra Palm Tree is considered as one of the most valuable and important trees of India. Palmyra Palm Tree has several medicinal uses. It is also known for its religious significance.
|• ||Mohwa Tree|
This tree is famous to the scientists of the world as `Madhuca Latifolia`. It belongs to the family of `Sapotaceae`.
|• ||Coral Tree|
Coral trees are familiar to Indian people from the month of January and March. Coral Tree` is very thick having some rich and red blooms and angular spikes.
|• ||Bougainvillea Tree|
The Bougainvillea Tree is very much famous as a garden tree or as a pot plant.
|• ||Acacia Tree in India|
Acacia Tree can be defined as a genus of shrubs and trees belonging to the Gondwanian origin.
|• ||Peepul Tree|
Peepul Tree is one of the most religiously significant trees of the country. Peepul tree also has few medicinal properties and this tree is worshipped universally.
|• ||Mast Tree|
The `Mast Tree` with its downward branches and shining foliage is a common Indian tree.
Jambu is the name of the rose-apple tree on Mount Gandhamadana.
|• ||Jacaranda Tree|
Jacaranda tree is a kind of Wild Almond trees well known to the scientists as Jacaranda Mimosaefolia. Jacaranda tree is known by different names in different parts of the country.
|• ||Indian Teak Tree|
Indian Teak tree is particularly common in the mixed deciduous forests of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Karnataka, where it may form pure stands on some alluvial deposits. Indian teak tree has great value as timber.
|• ||Easter Tree|
The tree that is of small or medium height and posses attractive and rich green foliage is named as the Easter Tree.
|• ||Curry Tree|
Curry Tree is a tropical to sub-tropical tree in the family Rutaceae, often called sweet neem leaves and its leaves.
|• ||Yellow Oleander|
The large and attractive shrub that is known as `Thevetia Peruviana` in science and also poisonus.
|• ||Tree Of Sorrow|
The `Tree of Sorrow` is usually a thick, tangy wild shrub which is cultivated freely in all parts of India.
|• ||Rangoon Creeper|
The `Rangoon Creeper` has a strange and unusual characteristic derived from the family of Combrefaceae.
|• ||Purple Wreath|
The shrub that has a sharp contrast between the delicate flowers and the harsh crisp leaves is called as `Purple Wreath.
|• ||Lantana Shrub|
The `Lantana Shrub` has an amazing speed of spreading and it can also grow very rapidly.
|• ||Ixora Shrub|
The Ixora Shrub normally grows as shrubs with some rough and grey coloured branches.
The `Poinsettia` can brighten and make the gardens very attractive at the time of Christmas.
The Moonbeam is an evergreen garden shrub and it is very popular in India usually grows to a height of 1.8 m.
|• ||Golden Shower|
The `Golden Shower` named as `Pyrostegia` in science and this belongs to the family of `Bignoniaceae`.
|• ||Glory Lily|
The `Glory Lily` , a climbing plant and very popular in tropical climate , is called as `Gloriosa Superba` in science.
The Gardenia is one of the most popular shrubs in India and is a proud member of the `Rubiaceae` family.
|• ||Coral Creeper|
Named as `Antigonon Leptopus` in science is popular for its lovely sprays of delicate pink coloured flowers.
|• ||Camphire Shrub|
The `Camphire Shrub` has a great value as a cosmetic,scientifically known as `Lawsonia Inerme.
|• ||Brilliant Gardenia|
The scientific name of this shrub is `Gardenia Lucida` which grows wildly in India .
The Allamanda can form a marvelous hedge and also makes a cheerful splash of colour on the veranda.
|• ||Silent Valley National Park|
Silent Valley National Park is remarkable for its calm and peaceful ambience, along with its plethora of wild creatures.
|• ||Ranganathittu Wildlife Sanctuary|
Ranganathittu Wildlife Sanctuary provides a marvelous retreat for the tourists who want to see wild life in its plenty.
|• ||Point Calimere Sanctuary|
Point Calimere Sanctuary is an attraction for the tourists in the southern part of India because of its diverse flora and fauna.
|• ||Pench National Park and Tiger Reserve|
Pench National Park and Tiger Reserve is the 19th Tiger Reserve and one of the largest ones, in India.
|• ||National Parks in Rajasthan|
includes a number of national parks and sanctuaries that are open to the travelers throughout the year.
|• ||Manas Tiger Reserve|
Manas Tiger Reserve is enlisted among the World Heritage due to its preserve of wide varieties of rare species.
|• ||History of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve|
History of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve states that in 1973, when Project Tiger in India was launched, Ranthambore Tiger Reserve was one of the nine reserves to be taken under the project.
|• ||Geography of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve|
Geography of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve includes the single largest expanse of dry deciduous Anogeissus Pendula forests. Geography of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve also comprises diverse range of flora and fauna.
|• ||Flora of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve|
Flora of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is abundant including mainly Tropical Dry Deciduous forests. Flora of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve also comprises a large variety of plant communities.
|• ||Fauna of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve|
Fauna of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is tremendously vast and contains a huge variety of animals, birds and reptiles. Almost 300 species of birds have been recorded in Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, nearly a quarter of those found in the whole of the Indian Sub-Continent. Further, the growth of Fauna of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is supported by its unique features.
|• ||Dibru-Saikhowa National Park and Biosphere Reserve|
Dibru-Saikhowa Wildlife Sanctuary and Biosphere Reserve in Assam is one of the 19 biodiversity hotspots in the world. Dibru-Saikhowa National Park is one of the major attractions of Assam. This national park is rich with diverse range of flora and fauna. It is easily accessible from Tinsukia Town.
|• ||Brindavan Gardens|
The Brindavan Garden is the most beautiful garden of India which is magnificently decorated with the musical fountains.
|• ||Kutch Bustard Sanctuary|
This protected pocket, located in the vast tract of grassland ecosystem of Abdasa taluka.
|• ||Gorumara National Park|
Gorumara National Park thrives to be the amazing destination lying in the Himalayan foothills.
|• ||Anshi National Park|
Anshi National Park in North Karnataka is the home to several species of wild animals.
|• ||Saffron Flower in India|
Saffron Flower is a well known item all over the world added to various food items for colouring, flavouring and for taste.
One of the most ancient and deepest symbols of India, the Lotus symbolizes the purity of heart and mind.
|• ||Caper Flowers|
A spiny shrub of straggling habit which is valued chiefly for its flower buds.
Zoraptera is the order of small insects and most of them have no wings. Their food comprises of small and dead arthropods and fungi.
Yak is one of the vanishing species of animals found in the remote areas of India. It is found in the Himalayan region.
|• ||Whip Scorpions|
Whip Scorpions are nocturnal in habits and prey on insects like cockroaches and grasshoppers and also worms. Their whip like tail is secondary in function.
Webspinners are a very small group of subtropical and tropical insects which are also known as food spinners or embiids.
Voles are small creatures which resemble a mouse. They are however different due to their short hair, stout body, small ears and eyes and round head.
Urial is a wild bearded sheep which is also known as Shapo or Arkars.
|• ||Swamp Deer|
Swamp Deer is known as barasingha in Hindi language. They are social animals and about nine hundred are seen together.
Sunfish live in open seas. It possesses a round tail and the most unique feature of Sunfish is that the body ends immediately behind the anal and the dorsal fins.
|• ||Sun Spiders|
Sun Spiders are somewhat similar to other spiders but they differ from others due to their much developed mouth parts. They are commonly found in drier parts.
|• ||Soft Shelled Turtle|
Soft Shelled Turtle is found in various parts of India. This turtle is also worshipped by the Hindus as an incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
Pangolin possesses large keratin scales which cover its skin and it is the only mammal bearing this adaptation.
Mongoose is a very active, brave and a terrestrial animal which is found in various parts of India.
Boars are a species of pig. Boars belong to the biological family known by the name Suidae.
|• ||Bandicoot Rat|
Bandicoot Rats are large rat forms of South Asia. They are known as grain pests and belong to the mammalian class.
|• ||Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary|
:; Situated in South India, Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary is famous for preserving wild creatures, especially elephants.
|• ||Blackbuck National Park|
Blackbuck ( Velavadar ) National Park is a holy abode of black bucks, one of the special specie of the world.
|• ||Neora Valley National Park|
Neora Valley National Park in Kalimpong, West Bengal is a virgin natural reserve that has varied flora and fauna and a popular destination for adventurers.
|• ||Kutch Wildlife Santuary|
This is the largest sanctuary in the state and one of the largest in the country too.
|• ||Bannerghatta National Park|
Bannerghatta National Park is near Bangalore where safaris will help the tourists in exploring the national park.
|• ||Ranthambore National Park|
Ranthambore National Park is a major wildlife tourist spot that has pulled the attention of many wildlife photographers and lovers from distant places. Ranthambore National Park is located in Sawai Madhopur District in Rajasthan.
|• ||Botanical Gardens of India|
The Gardens of India preserves not only the indigenous floral species but conserves many exotic species of plants.
|• ||Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary|
Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary in Karnataka is the breeding ground for several species of foreign birds.
|• ||Madhav National Park|
The Madhav National Park in Shivpuri district of Madhya Pradesh is the home to several wild animals and birds.
|• ||Government Botanical Gardens|
The Botanical Garden of Udagamandalam is famous for its collection of rose and other different kinds of plants.
|• ||Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary|
India Gandhi Wild life Sanctuary is a significant wild life sanctuary noted for its wide-ranging wild flora and fauna.
|• ||Guindy National Park|
Guindy National Park is the smallest and also the only one national park located within the vicinity of the metro city
|• ||Keel Back Snake|
The keel backs live in both fresh water and fields.
|• ||Indian Kraits|
The kraits are among the few snakes whose bite is fatal to man.
|• ||Indian Cobra|
Indian Cobra is a highly venomous snake which is found in the Indian sub continent. It is now protected in India under the Indian Wildlife Protection Act (1972).
|• ||Water Snakes|
There are different types of water snakes. They are The Schneider`s Smooth Water Snake,Dog-Faced Water Snake etc.
|• ||Variegated Kukri Snake|
The Variegated Kukri Snake is the only snake that is found in the plains of the Indian peninsula.
Skink belongs to the family Scincidae. It looks more or less like a lizard and moves like a snake.
|• ||Sea Snakes|
Sea Snakes are venomous marine creatures which can stay up to five hours at a time under water and they possess special glands which help in excreting excess salt from their body while in sea.
|• ||Keoladeo Ghana National Park|
Keoladeo Ghana National Park in Bharatpur District of Rajasthan is a renowned bird sanctuary and has been declared as World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Keoladeo Ghana National Park is also home to several endangered bird species.
|• ||Golden Tree Snake|
The golden tree snake(Chrysopelea ornata) is also known as flying snake. This is a harmless variety of snake.
Gecko is a small lizard found in various places in India. There are about twenty species of geckos in India.
|• ||Fasciolated Ratsnake|
The fasciolated Ratsnake is also known by the name Banded racer. Its head is unmarked and its belly is white or yellow.
|• ||Diadem Snake|
The Diadem Snake (Spalerosophis diadema) is also known as Royal Snake.
|• ||Common Wolf Snake|
The species name of the common wolf snake is aulicus. It has 17 scale rows on its mid body.
|• ||Common Kukri Snake|
The Kukri snakes(Oligodon arnensis) feeds on reptile eggs, mice and other mammals.
|• ||Common Green Whip Snake|
This snake is green in color as a result of the interaction of the yellow pigment on the scales.
Chameleon is an arboreal lizard which mainly feeds on insects. There are some species which change their body colour according to the environment where as there are some which do not change their body colour.
|• ||Cat Snakes|
Cat Snakes feeds on almost anything it can capture but has a strong liking for lizards particularly the Garden lizards.
They grow wild, since they are not intentionally seeded or planted and are equipped to grow on their own in nature.
|• ||Wedding Flowers|
A beautiful flower arrangement is a must at any wedding or formal occasion that demands elegance.
|• ||Types of Roses|
Types of roses include diverse species and different colours that are available in various parts of India.
Roses are found everywhere and the most common gift and also the most decorative feature in any occasion.
These flowers are very easy to plant, but a lot of care should be taken while planting them, during the fall season.
|• ||Rio Grande Trumpet Flower|
The tree has three blooms in the little clusters and they loose their neutral tints against the patches of sky.
|• ||Kurinji Flower|
Kurinji is found in the hill stations of tamil Nadu possesses some unique features that interest Batanists.
Jasmine is a sweet scented flower that has arrived to India from China. Jasmine basically grows as climbers on other plants and contains healing properties.
Marigolds are beautifully bright coloured flowers that have many medicinal uses and have different types like African, French, Signet and Pot Marigolds.
Waders are generally the migratory shore birds which travel long distances in air and reach various places of India during the winter season.
Thrushes are terrestrial birds of small and medium size which dwell in wooded areas in India. There are the most favourite cage birds in the Punjab and Kashmir regions of India.
The Peafowl is a bird species in the genus Pavo of the pheasant family, Phasianidae.
Peacock, the National bird, is a beautiful bird, with a blue neck and a spectacular bronze-green train and is associated with many Hindu deities.
|• ||Hume`s Pheasant|
Hume`s Pheasant is a large bird, measures up to ninety centimeters in length with a variety of colours.
|• ||Himalayan Monal|
The Himalayan Monal is a bird of genus Lophophorus of the pheasant family and is the state bird of Uttarakhand.
Flycatcher is an insectivorous bird which depends mainly on small insects and flies for its food.
|• ||Bee Eaters|
Bee eaters are exclusive hunters in the air and they catch their prey while flying. These birds are highly social and stay in pairs or in small colonies.
|• ||Common birds in India|
India is a bird`s paradise as the subcontinent provides suitable living conditions for more than 2,400 birds.
Near about 1250 birds belonging to various species are found only in the Indian sub-continent.
|• ||White throated Kingfisher|
The White -throated Kingfisher is a tree kingfisher, which has a vibrant display in which the wings are opened.
|• ||Weaver Birds|
Weaver Birds possess rounded conical bills and they feed on seeds. The male weaver birds mainly prepare the nests.
Warblers constitute a group of insectivorous birds very small in size. These birds are generally dull greenish or brownish in colour.
Stork is a long-legged, large, long-necked wading bird possessing long stout bills and eats dead animals, snails, fish, etc. It belongs to the Ciconiidae family. Storks are found in many regions of the world. The Indian stork is among the 17 other species of these birds available across the world.
|• ||Sooty Tern|
The Sooty Tern is a seabird, which is mainly found in the tropical oceans and is somewhat similar to the Sandwich Tern.
|• ||Sarus Crane|
The Sarus Crane is a large crane measuring five feet in length found in Central and the Gangetic Plains of India.