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India have total forest and tree cover is 79.42 million hectare, which is 24.16 percent of the total geographical area.
1st National Park was established as “Hailey National Park” in 1936 which is now called as “Jim Corbett National Park”. India only had 5 national parks till 1970. In 1972, Indian Govt. announced & introduced the “Wildlife Protection Act” and “Project Tiger” to protect the natural habitats of reliant species.
As of July 2017, there were 103 national parks encompassing an area of 40,500 km2 (15,600 sq mi), comprising 1.23% of India’s total surface area.
India also has 543 wildlife sanctuaries. Many National Parks were initially wildlife sanctuaries. Among these, the 50 tiger reserves are governed by “Project Tiger”. Some wildlife sanctuaries are specifically named bird sanctuary, e.g. Keoladeo National Park before attaining National Park status. Many of them being dedicated to a particular wild animal, e.g. Jawai Leopard Sanctuary in Rajasthan. The conservative measures taken by the Indian Government for the conservation of Tigers was awarded by a 30% rise in the number of tigers in 2015.
To live a Pure Unselfish Life, One must Count nothing as One’s Own in the midst of abundance.
Some of the Famous National Parks & Wilflife Sanctuaries are:
|Bandhavgarh National Park||Madhya Pradesh||Indian Tigers, Indian Elephants|
|Bandipur National Park||Karnataka||Indian Tigers, Indian Elephants, Chital (Deer)|
|Blackbuck National Park, Velavadar||Gujarat||Cheetahs, Blackbuck Lodge, Indian Grey Wolf, the nocturnal striped hyena, Indian fox, golden jackal|
|Clouded Leopard National Park||Tripura||Clouded Leopard|
|Desert National Park||Rajasthan||A bird called “The Great Indian bustard”, an endangered species found only in India|
|Dudhwa National Park||Uttar Pradesh||Tiger Panthera tigris, Sambhar Axis axis|
|Eravikulam National Park||Kerala||Elephants|
|Gangotri National Park||Uttarakhand|
|Gir Forest National Park||Gujarat||Asiatic lion|
|Great Himalayan National Park||Himachal Pradesh,||UNESCO World Heritage Site|
|Hemis National Park||Jammu and Kashmir||Snow Leopard|
|Jaldapara National Park||West Bengal||Indian rhinoceros|
|Jim Corbett National Park||Uttarakhand||First national park in India (established in 1936 as Hailey National Park) famous for Indian Tigers|
|Kanha National Park||Madhya Pradesh||Indian Tiger|
|Kaziranga National Park||Assam||Indian One Horned Rhinoceros, UNESCO World Heritage Site|
|Keibul Lamjao National Park||Manipur||Only Floating Park in the world|
|Keoladeo National Park||Rajasthan||UNESCO World Heritage Site|
|Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park||Andaman and Nicobar Islands|
|Manas National Park||Assam||UNESCO World Heritage Site|
|Nagarhole National Park||Karnataka|
|Namdapha National Park||Arunachal Pradesh|
|Nanda Devi National Park||Uttarakhand||UNESCO World Heritage Site, UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve|
|Panna National Park||Madhya Pradesh|
|Pench National Park||Madhya Pradesh|
|Periyar National Park||Kerala|
|Pin Valley National Park||Himachal Pradesh|
|Rajaji National Park||Uttarakhand||Indian Elephants, Tigers, Leopards|
|Ranthambore National Park||Rajasthan|
|Sanjay Gandhi National Park||Maharashtra||Indian Leopard, Rhesus Macaque, Spotted Deer, Indian Flying Fox, Barking Deer|
|Sariska Tiger Reserve||Rajasthan|
|Satpura National Park||Madhya Pradesh|
|Silent Valley National Park||Kerala||Absence of noisy cicadas, hence the name ‘Silent Valley’|
|Sultanpur National Park||Haryana|
|Sundarbans National Park||West Bengal||UNESCO World Heritage Site|
|Tadoba National Park||Maharashtra||Tigers|
|Valley of Flowers National Park||Uttarakhand|