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Description: North India Wildlife SanctuariesIndia is blessed with a unique and extremely rich and varied flora and fauna. India boasts a total of 88 National Park and 490 Wildlife Sanctuaries, sheltering over 390 mammals, 455 reptiles, 210 amphibians, 1,230 bird species and 30,000 species of insects, making the country one of the most sought after wildlife destinations in the world. Thousands of wildlife enthusiasts, ornithologists, researchers and tourists from all corners of the world visit numerous National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries in India every year and return back with an unforgettable wildlife experience.

Within India, North India is known for its natural landscapes such as the great Himalayas, vast Gangetic Plains, which are home to numerous National Parks and wildlife sanctuaries of India. The favorable climate and topography of North India support quite unique and rich flora and fauna. Some of the finest and most famous wildlife sanctuaries of not only India but also the world are located in North India.

The most famous wildlife sanctuaries of North India are located in the Himalayas and the Aravali mountain ranges of India. In the list most of the famous wildlife sanctuaries in North India are Bharatpur National Park, Corbett National Park and Ranthambore National Park.

Bharatpur National Park is world-famous for its bird population. Also known as Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur is counted among the finest bird sanctuaries in the world. Famous as ' Ornithologist's Paradise' Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is home to an innumerable varieties of exotic birds including the world-renowned Siberian Cranes.

Located in the picturesque foothills of majestic Himalayas, Corbett National Park is known for its scenic beauty and unique wildlife. The Park is popular for its wildlife population of Tigers, Leopards, and Asian Elephants. A visit to this park would truly be a wonderful experience for all wildlife enthusiasts.

Best Time to Visit

One can visit Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary all round the year, still the best time to visit the sanctuary is from August-November for resident breeding birds and October- February for migratory birds including the world-renowned Siberian Cranes.

How to Reach

By Air: The nearest airport from Bharatpur National Park is Agra (55 km).

By Rail: The Bharatpur railway station is only at 6 Km from the park and is well connected by rail services to major cities of India including Delhi, Jaipur, Mumbai and Agra.

By Road: Bharatpur is well connected by roads to all the major cities of the Rajasthan and its neighboring states like Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana.

 

Description: North India Wildlife SanctuariesRanthambore National Park is also famous for its population of Tigers. Here you can spot the tigers, prowling in their own natural habitat. The other fascinating wildlife, you can see in Ranthambore National Park include Leopards, Striped Hyenas, Chital, Chinkara, Sambhar deer, langurs, Civets, Macaques, Sloth bears, Black bucks, Indian Wild Boar, Five-striped Palm Squirrels, Indian Flying Foxes and mongoose to name a few with.A visit to Ranthambore National Park can surely be a rewarding experience for all wildlife enthusiasts.

Other famous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in north India include Sariska National Park Dudhwa National Park, Valley of Flowers National park, Nanda Devi National Park, and Desert National Park among many more.

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit the Ranthambore National Park is October-March, when the minimum temperature is less than 10 degree Celsius, providing good chances for animal and bird sightings. April- June also offers excellent opportunities for animal sightings.

The Ranthambore National park remains closed from 1st July to 30th September due to Monsoon seasons in India.

Visiting Timings

October-March: 6.00AM - 9.00 AM & 3.00 PM - 6.00 PM
April-June: 6.30 AM - 9.30 AM & 3.30 PM - 6.00 PM

How to Reach

By Air: The nearest airport from the Ranthambore National Park is Jaipur (145 km).

By Rail: Sawai Madhopur railway station is about 11 km from the Ranthambore National Park, which lies on the Delhi to Bombay trunk route.

By Road: The Park is at a distance of about 11 km from Sawai Madhopur- the nearest town from the Ranthambore National Park. The town is well connected by road to all the major cities within the state of Rajasthan.

Sariska National Park

Sariska Tiger Reserve is well nestled in the Aravali Hills covering 800 sq km area divided into the grasslands, dry deciduous forests, sheer cliffs and rocky landscape. Whether you want to have camel safaris, go out for shopping in the surrounding places, visit medieval palaces or wildlife watching; Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is the best place for you.

Nearly 90% of the area in the sanctuary is covered with dhok trees accommodating various wildlife species. A variety of other wild animals like the leopard, sambhar, chital, nilgai, four-horned antelope, wild boar, rhesus macaque, langur, hyena and jungle cats are found in the Sariska Tiger Reserve apart from the tiger. The Sariska National Park is home to India's largest population of peafowl, and harbours quail, sand grouse, golden- backed woodpeckers and crested serpent eagles, among other species. Also the Siliserh Lake on the edge of the park has a large number of crocodiles.

The Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary houses the ruins of medieval temples of Garh-Rajor that date back to the 10th and 11th centuries. Also a 17th century castle on a hilltop at Kankwari provides a panoramic view of flying vultures and eagles. The Sariska was declared a sanctuary in 1955 and attained the status of a National Park in 1979.

Wildlife in Sariska Tiger Reserve

Description: Sariska National Park, IndiaThe Sariska Tiger Reserve is home to a number of carnivores including Leopard, Wild Dog, Jungle Cat, Hyena, Jackal, and Tiger. The herbivore category in Sariska includes Sambhar, Chitel, Nilgai, Chausingha, Wild Boar and Langur. Sariska wildlife sanctuary is also known for its large population of Rhesus Monkeys.
There are also many bird species in Sariska Tiger Reserve, namely; Peafowl, Grey Partridge, Bush Quail, Sand Grouse, Tree Pie, Golden Backed Wood Pecker, Crested Serpent Eagle and the Great Indian Horned Owl. Special Attractions in Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary

The Kankwari Fort: The major historic structure within the Sariska National Park includes the Kankwari Fort where Emperor Aurangzeb once imprisoned his brother, Dara Shikoh.

The Ancient Shiva Temples: The Neelkanth Temples within the Sariska Tiger Sanctuary date back to the 6th -13th century AD, though in dilapidated condition, is a must visit.

The Sariska Palace: The Maharajas of Alwar built the Sariska Palace standing amidst the Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary. The Palace has now been converted into a hotel.

Jeep Safari : The best way to explore the Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is by jeep which can be arranged at the Forest Reception Office on Jaipur Road. You can even book a `hide' overlooking one of the water holes, and also provides an excellent opportunity for wildlife viewing and wildlife photography within the Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary.

When to Visit Sariska Tiger Reserve

As such, the Sariska Tiger Reserve can be visited throughout the year; still the best time to have Sariska tour is from October - June and January - February. Certain jungle tracks are closed during the monsoon and the breeding season just to safeguard the animals and the reserve. If you can tolerate heat, April to June is ideal to catch-hold of the animals at the waterholes.

Description: Sariska National Park, IndiaHow To Reach Sariska National Park

By Air: The nearest airport from Sariska National Park is at Jaipur.

By Rail: The nearest railhead is at Alwar at a distance of 37-kms.

By Road: Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is situated on the Delhi-Jaipur highway near Jaipur and Delhi. Sariska is also well connected with Alwar.

General Information

You need an entry permit to enter Sariska Tiger Reserve. These permits are available at the gate to Sariska for Rs 25 per person. Extra charges have to be paid for cameras (about Rs 10) and vehicles (Rs 100 for a minibus; Rs 75 for jeeps and cars).

 

Corbett Wildlife Sanctuary

Description: Corbett Wildlife SanctuaryCorbett Wildlife Sanctuary is the finest and the most picturesque national park of India. Corbett National Park has the privilege of being the first national park of the country, developed and nurtured by Late Jim Corbett in the year 1936. Corbett also enjoys the privilege of being the first tiger reserve of India to be covered under the Project Tiger in 1973 (Project Tiger was launched to protect the diminishing Tiger Population in India in 1973). Located in the picturesque surroundings of lush green forests and a series of ridges running parallel to the valley, the park covers an area of 520.8 sq. km and is famous for its individualistic scenic beauty.Flora and fauna at Corbett National Park is known for its rich and variedness, difficult to be found in any other national parks of India.

According to a 2-year long survey conducted by a team of wildlife specialists, the wildlife in Corbett National Park comprises of about 50 mammal species, 580 bird species, 25 reptile species and 110 tree species. The varied Wildlife in Corbett National Park ranges from large mammals to the lesser ones, the birds, the reptiles and amphibians, the fishes, the insects, the mollusks, the crustaceans and more. The insect life in itself is astounding and amazing.

But the greatest attractions at Corbett National Park are its ferocious yet handsome Tigers. The park offers congenial environmental conditions for growth and survival of the Tigers and its prey such as 4 kinds of Deer, Wild Boar and other lesser animals. Corbett is also known for Elephants, Leopards, Himalayan Black Bear, Hedgehog, Flying Fox and Indian pangolin. Other important wild animals in Corbett National Park are Sloth Bear, Jungle Cat, Fishing Cat, Himalayan Black Bear, Dole or Wild Dog, Jackal, Himalayan Palm Civet, Indian Gray Mongoose, Common Otter, Goat Antelopes, Langurs, Indian Gray Mongoose and fish-eating Crocodiles to name a few.

Corbett National Park is also quite rich in avian population, perhaps one of the richest in India. According to a survey conducted by the Zoological Survey of India team, there are about 600 birds species in Corbett National Park, comprising of both domestic as well as migratory birds. Some of the most prominent birds found in the Corbett National Park are Cormorants, Darter, Grey Heron, Egrets, Cattle Egret, White-necked and Black-necked Storks, Large Pied Wagtail, Parrots, Mynas to name a few. The exciting and rewarding wildlife safaris are another major attractions in Corbett National Park. You can enjoy a unique and unforgettable elephant safari in Corbett to explore the natural beauty and wildlife of the park. The savannah grassland locally known as maidan, provide refuse to Chital, Sambar and other deer species, attracting the majestic Tigers and if you are lucky you can spot a tiger in its own natural habitat. Jeeps Safari is another big attraction for the wildlife lovers visiting Corbett National Park. This is the safest and the most convenient way to explore the verdant jungles even deep inside the Park. In addition, there are many watchtowers and machans at Dhikala, Phulai and Jhirna, which provide an excellent platform for the wildlife viewing in Corbett. The park also houses a Visitor Centre and a Museum, displaying the exhibits and models relating to the history and biodiversity of Corbett National Park.

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Corbett National Park is from November 15 to June 15.

How to Reach

By Air: The nearest airport from Corbett National Park is Phoolbagh (Pantnagar). Delhi and Lucknow are other famous airports from where one can reach to Corbett by rail and road.

By Rail: Ramnagar is the nearest railway station from Corbett National Park. Many trains of northeastern railway connect Ramnagar to important junctions like Lucknow, Delhi and Moradabad.

By Road: Ramnagar, the nearest town from Corbett National Park, is well connected by road to all the major cities of North India like Delhi, Agra, Nainital and Lucknow.

Bandhavgarh Wildlife Sanctuary

Description: Bandhavgarh Wildlife SanctuaryOne of the finest and most picturesque tiger reserves of India, Bandhavgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the scenic surroundings of the Vindhya hill ranges and the eastern flank of Satpura hill ranges (in all 32 hills surround this beautiful park) in Madhya Pradesh. Once the private hunting ground of the royal family of Rewa, Bandhavgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is famous for its population of tigers, the main attraction being the white tigers. After independence and the abolition of the princely States of India, an area of 105 sq. km. was notified as a National Park in 1968, which was later increased to 448.84 sq km in 1982. Since then the park has seen a significant rise in its wildlife population, especially tigers whose population is now estimated between 45-50. Considering the importance of Bandhavgarh National Park, it was included in the famous Project Tiger in 1993.

The landscape of the scenic Bandhavgarh Wildlife Sanctuary chiefly comprises of steep and rocky hills, with flat tops and level grasslands in the valleys below. The favorable climatic condition supports the growth of rich and varied vegetation in the Park, mainly comprising of fine Sal forests, mixed forests, large stretches of bamboo and grassy meadows. Major trees found in Bandhavgarh National Park include the Sal, Saj (Terminalia tomentosa), Dhaora (Anogeissus latifolia), Tendu, Arjun (Terminalia arjuna), Amla (Emblica officinalis), Palas (Butea monosperma), Salai (Boswellia serrata), Mango (Mangifera indica), Jamun (Syzygium Cumini) and Bamboo among many others.

The thick and nutritious vegetation of Bandhavgarh Wildlife Sanctuary supports a unique and large variety of wildlife. Though, Bandhavgarh National Park is known for Tigers, it also has a significant population of other wild animals. Among important carnivorous found in the park are Leopards, Caracals, Wild dogs or Dholes, Jungle Cats, Jackals, striped Hyenas, Small Indian Civets, Ratels (honey badger) and the Flying Foxes. The herbivores population in the park includes Gaurs (world's largest oxen), Sloth Bears, Rhesus Macaques, Sambar, Chital, Indian Muntjac, Chausingha (4-horned antelope), Nilgai (blue bull), Chinkara, Barking Deer, Wild boar, Langurs, Black-napped Hare and Indian Mongoose among many others. The important reptiles found in Bandhavgarh Sanctuary are the Rock Python, Spectacled Cobra, Common Krait and the Rat Snake to name a few.

Bandhavgarh National Park also supports a sizable population of birds. The year round flowering and fruiting of trees attracts thousands of birds to the park. So far, around 250 species of birds, comprising of both resident and migratory birds, have been identified and listed in the park. The most commonly seen birds in Bandhavgarh National Park are the Bee-eaters, Blossom-Headed Parakeets, Drongos, Common Teal, Crested Serpent Eagle, Grey Hornbill, Lesser Adjutant Stork, Little Grebes, Lesser Adjutants, Lesser Whistling Teal, Minivets, Pied Hornbill, Paradise Flycatchers, Peafowl, Red Jungle Fowl, Red Wattled Lapwing, Steppe Eagle, Tickell's Flycatcher, White-eyed Buzzard, White-breasted Kingfisher, White-browed Fantail Flycatcher, Wood shrikes and Warblers among many more. Description: Bandhavgarh Wildlife Sanctuary

Other major attractions of Bandhavgarh National Park are the magnificent Bandhavgarh Fort and the sandstone caves, harboring Brahmi inscriptions and colourful tiger images dating back to the 1st Century B.C. Enjoying a wildlife safari to track the tigers and other wilds, is another big attraction for the wildlife enthusiasts here.

Best Time to Visit

November to February is the best time to visit Bandhavgarh National Park. The park remains closed from July to October.

How to Reach

By Air: The nearest airport from Bandhavgarh is Khajuraho (230 km), which is connected by air to Agra, Delhi, and Varanasi.

By Rail: The nearest railhead from Bandhavgarh is Umaria (30 km) on the Katni-Bilaspur section of South-Eastern Railway.

By Road: Bandhavgarh National Park is situated on the Satna-Umaria and Rewa-Umaria highway and is well connected by roads to major towns of the region. Bus Services are also available from Rewa, Satna, Katni and Umaria.

Kanha Wildlife Sanctuary

Description: Kanha Wildlife SanctuaryKanha Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the finest and richest (in flora and fauna) National Parks of India. Located in the Mandla district of Madhya Pradesh, Kanha National Park is known for its exceptional natural beauty and the unique and diverse flora and fauna. The immense natural beauty of Kanha even inspired the famous author Rudyard Kipling to write his all time classic Jungle Book. Beautifully surrounded by a horseshoe shaped valley and the spurs of the Mekal ridge, the park covers an area of approximately 1,945 sq km, comprising of highly undulating topography with elevations ranging between 450 to 900 meters above sea level. The Surpan River, which meanders through central part of Kanha, is the lifeline of the park and provides a permanent source of water for rich and varied flora and fauna of the sanctuary.

One of the most preferred hunting grounds for erstwhile rulers and viceroys, Kanha Wildlife Sanctuary was first given a limited protection in 1933 when about 250 sq km of the forested Kanha valley was declared a protected area, in order to conserve the diminishing flora and fauna of the park. After some unpleasant incidents in the early 1950s, when around 30 tigers were hunted down by a celebrity cricketer, the area was declared a National Park in 1955 under a special legislation. The size of Kanha National Park was increased to 318sq km in 1962, and again to 446sq km in 1970. Later in 1976, Kanha National Park got the status of a Tiger Reserve under the famous Project Tiger, giving the Park its present area of 940sq km that is surrounded by an additional buffer area of 1,005 sq km, making the total area of the park to 1,945 sq km. Since the park became a Tiger Reserve, the population of tigers and other endangered species have increased significantly. According to recent surveys, the tiger population in the Kanha Tiger Reserve stands around 70-75, promising better opportunities for sighting tigers in their own habitat. Kanha National Park is also famous for endangered Barasinghas (Swamp Dear), which were on the verge of extinction but thanks to careful conservation and management by the park authorities, their number now stands over 400.

The varied topography and a moderate climate support the growth of a diverse flora in Kanha National Park. About 70 species of trees are found in Kanha. The vegetation in the park chiefly comprises of Sal forests, large Bamboo stretches and the lush green meadows. The rich flora in the park supports a large variety of wildlife in Kanha National Park. According to surveys, Kanha is home to 22 species of large mammals and over 300 species of birds. The major wildlife attractions in Kanha Wildlife Sanctuary are Tigers, Leopards, Dholes (Indian wild dog), Indian Bisons, Sambar, Chital, Barasingha, Barking Deer, Black Buck, Chausingha, Nilgai, Monkeys, Mongoose, Mouse Deer, Sloth Bear, Jackal, Porcupine, Hyena, Jungle Cat, Hare, Rock Pythons among many others. The most commonly noticed birds in the park are Pea fowls, Storks, Pond Herons, Egrets, Peacock, Partridges, spotted Parakeets, Green Pigeons, Cuckoos, Drongos, Warblers, Kingfishers, Woodpeckers and fly catchers.

Description: Kanha Wildlife SanctuaryAn enjoyable and exciting Elephant Safari is another major attraction in Kanha National Park. Exploring the natural beauty and wildlife of Kanha from top of an elephant's back would surely be a unique and rewarding experience for wildlife enthusiasts. Tourists can also visit the Kanha Museum, which is dedicated to tribal culture of Madhya Pradesh, depicting the attributes and activities of the park. Kanha also is a photographer's paradise, offering unlimited possibilities of capturing wildlife on your camera.

Best Time to Visit

October to June is the best time to visit Kanha National Park. The park is closed from July to Mid-November because of the monsoon season.

How to Reach

By Air: The nearest Airport to Kanha National Park is Nagpur (265 km), which is well connected by air to major cities of India.

By Rail: Jabalpur (165 km) and Nagpur (265 km) are the nearest Railheads from Kanha National Park.

By Road: Kanha National Park is well connected by road to major cities of Madhya Pradesh. The State Transport Buses regularly ply between Khatia Village (the western entrance to Kanha) to Mukki (30 km), Jabalpur (165 km), Nagpur (265 km) and Khajuraho (445 km).

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National Parks

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

Dachigam

141.00

1981

Hemis

4100.00

1981

Kishtwar

310.00

1981

Sanctuaries

Baltal

03.00

1987

Changthang

4000.00

1987

Gulmarg

186.00

1987

Hirpora

110.00

1987

Hokarsar

10.00

-

Kanji

250.00

1988

Karakoram

1800.00

-

Lachipora

800.00

1987

Limber

26.00

1987

Nandini

33.72

1981

Overa

32.37

1981

Overa-Aru

425.00

1987

Ramnagar

12.90

1981

Surinsar-Mansar

39.58

1981

Tongri

20.00

-


Himachal Pradesh

National Parks

Area in Sq. Km

Year of Notification

Great Himalayan

605.61

1984

Pin Valley

807.36

1987

Sanctuaries

· Bandli

39.47

1962

· Chail

110.04

1976

· Churdhar

56.59

1985

· Daranghati

27.01

1962

· Darlaghat

98.71

1962

· Gamgul Siahbehi

105.46

1949

· Gobind Sagar and Naina Devi

120.67

1962

· Kais

12.20

1954

· Kalatop & Khajjiar

30.69

1949

· Kanawar

61.57

1954

· Khokhan

17.60

1954

· Kugti

330.00

1962

· Lippa Asrang

29.53

1962

· Majathal

31.64

1962

· Manali

31.27

1954

· Naina Devi

37.19

1962

· Nargu

243.13

1962

· Pong Dam Sanctuary

322.70

16187

· Raksham Chitkul

38.27

1962

· Renuka

· Rupi Bhabha

354.14

1982

· Sechu Tuan Nala

655.32

1962

· Shikari Devi

71.19

1962

· Shilli

· Simbalbara

17.20

1958

· Talra

36.16

1962

· Tirthan

68.25

1976

· Tundah

419.48

1962

Punjab

Sanctuaries

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Abohar

188.24

1975

· Harike Lake

43.00

1982

· Bir Gurdialpura

· Bir Bunnerheri

· Bir Motibagh

 

Chandigarh

 

Sukhna

25.42

 

Delhi

Indira Priyadarshini

13.20

Haryana

National Park

Area in Sq. Km

Year of Notification

Sultanpur

Sanctuaries

· Bir Shikargarh

10.93

1975

· Chautala

113.96

1987

Rajasthan

National Parks

Area in Sq. Km

Year of Notification

· Desert

3162.00

1981

· Keoladeo

28.73

1981

·Ranthambore

392.00

1980

· Sariska

273.80

1982

Sanctuaries

· Baretha

192.76

1985

· Bassi

152.90

· Bhensrodgarh

229.14

16187

· Darah

265.83

1955

· Jaisamand

52.00

1956

· Jamwa Ramgarh

300.00

1982

· Jawahar Sagar

100.00

1980

· Keladevi

676.00

16187

· Kumbhalgarh

578.26

1971

· Mount Abu

288.84

1960

· Nahargarh

50.00

1980

· National Chambal

280.00

16187

· National Garhial

· Phulwari

511.41

16187

· Ramgarh Bundi

307.00

1982

· Sariska

492.00

1958

· Sawai Mansingh

103.25

1984

· Shergarh

98.71

16187

· Sita Mata

422.94

1979

· Sunda Mata

107.00

· Todgarh Raoli

495.27

16187

· Tal Chapper

· Van Vihar

59.93

1955

Uttar Pradesh

National Parks

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Corbett

520.82

1936

· Dudwa

490.29

1977

· Gangotri

1552.73

1991

· Govind

472.08

1991

· Nanda Devi

630.33

1982

· Rajaji

· Valley of Flowers

89.50

1982

Sanctuaries

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Askot

· Binsar

45.59

1988

· Chandra Prabha

78.00

1957

· Chilla

· Govind Pashu Vihar

481.04

1954

· Hastinapur

20.73

1986

· Kaimur

500.75

1982

· Kateraniaghat

400.09

1976

· Kedarnath

975.24

1972

· Kishanpur

227.12

1972

· Maahavir Swamy

· National Chambal

635.00

1979

· Nawabganj

· Ranipur

230.31

1977

· Samaspur

· Sohagabarwa

428.20

1987

· Sonanadi

301.18

1987

Central India

Madhya Pradesh

National Parks

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Bandhavgarh

448.00

1968

· Fossil

0.27

· Indravati

1258.37

1978

· Kanger Ghati

200.00

1982

· Kanha

940.00

1955

· Madhav

337.00

1959

· Panna

542.66

1981

· Pench

292.86

1977

· Sanjay

1938.01

1981

· Satpura

524.37

1981

· Van Vihar

4.45

Sanctuaries

· Achanakmar

551.55

1975

· Badankhoh

104.35

1975

· Bagdara

478.90

1978

· Barnawapara

244.66

1976

· Bhairamgarh

138.95

16187

· Bori

518.25

1977

· Gandhi Sagar

368.62

1974

· Ghatigaon

512.00

1981

· Gomardah

277.82

1972

· Karera

202.21

1981

· Ken Gharial

45.00

1981

· Kuno-Palpur

345.00

· Kheoni

122.70

· Narsingarh

57.19

1974

· National Chambal

320.00

1978

· Noradehi

1034.52

1975

· Pachmarhi

461.85

1977

· Palpur

344.68

1981

· Pamed Wild Buffalo

262.00

16187

· Panpatha

245.84

16187

· Pench

449.39

· Fensatallite

110.24

16187

· Ratapani

688.79

1976

· Sailana Florican

12.96

16187

· Sanjay (Dubri)

364.69

1975

· Sardarpur Florican

348.12

16187

· Samarsot

340.35

1978

· Singhori (Sindhari)

287.91

1976

· Sitanadi

553.36

1974

· Sone Gharial

41.80

1981

· Tamor Pingla

608.52

1978

· Udanti Wild Buffalo

247.59

16187

Orissa

National Parks

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Bhitar Kanika

367.00

1988

· North Simlipal

845.70

1980

Sanctuaries

· Badrama

304.03

1987

· Baisipalli

168.35

1981

· Balukhand Konark

71.72

1984

· Bhitarkanika

70.00

1975

· Chandaka Dampara

175.79

1982

· Chilka Lake (Nalaban)

15.53

1987

· Debrigarh

346.91

1985

· Hadgarh

191.06

1978

· Karlapat

147.66

1992

· Khalasuni

116.00

1982

· Kotgarh

399.05

1981

· Kuldiha

272.75

1984

· Lakhari Valley

185.87

1985

· Satkosia Gorge

795.52

1976

· Simlipal

845.70

1979

· Sunabema

600.00

1988

· Ushakothi

Bihar

National Park

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Palamau

213.00

1986

Sanctuaries

· Bhimbandh

681.90

1976

· Chandra Prabha

· Dalma

193.22

1976

· Gautam Buddha

259.48

1976

· Hazaribagh

186.25

1976

· Kabar

204.00

1986

· Kaimur

1342.22

1978

· Koderma

177.95

1985

· Lawalang

211.03

1978

· Mahuadaur

63.25

1976

· Nakti Dam

206.40

1985

· Palamau

767.00

1976

· Parasnath

49.23

1984

· Rajgir

35.84

1978

· Topchanchi

· Valmikinagar

461.60

1978

· Udaipur

Western India

Maharashtra

National Parks

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Gugamal

361.80

1987

· Nawegaon

133.88

1975

· Pench

257.26

1975

· Sanjay Gandhi

86.96

16187

· Tadoba

116.55

1955

Sanctuaries

· Andhari

509.27

1986

· Aner Dam

82.94

1986

· Bhimashankar

130.78

1985

· Bor

61.10

1970

· Chandoli

308.97

1985

· Chaprala

134.78

1986

· Dhakna Kolkaz

· Gandhari

· Gautala Autramghat

260.61

1986

· Great Indian Bustard

8496.44

1979

· Jaikwadi

341.05

1986

· Kalsubai Harishchandra

361.71

1986

· Katepurna

73.69

1988

· Koyna

423.55

1985

· Malvan Marine

29.12

1987

· Melghat

597.23

1985

· Nagzira

152.81

1970

· Nandur Madmeshwar

100.12

1986

· Painganga

324.62

1986

· Phansad

69.79

1986

· Radhangiri

371.88

1958

· Sagareshwar

10.87

1985

· Tansa

30.41

1970

· Wainganga

· Yawal

177.52

1969

Gujarat

National Parks

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Bansda

23.99

1979

· Gir

258.71

1975

· Marine (Gulf of Kutch)

162.89

1980

· Velavadar

34.08

1976

Sanctuaries

· Balaram-Ambaji

542.08

1989

· Barda

192.31

1979

· Dhumkhal

· Gir

1153.42

1965

· Jambughoda

130.38

1990

· Jessore

180.66

1978

· Khijadiya

· Kutch Desert

7506.22

1986

· Marine (Gulf of Kutch)

293.03

1980

· Nal Sarovar

120.82

1969

· Narayan Sarovar (Chinkara)

765.79

1981

· Paniya

39.63

1989

· Purna

160.84

1990

· Rampura

15.01

1988

· Ratanmahal

55.65

1982

· Schoolpaneshwar

607.70

1982

· Wild Ass

4953.70

1973

Goa, Daman and Diu

National Park

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Bhagwan Mahavir

107.00

1978

Sanctuaries

· Bhagwan Mahavir

148.52

1967

· Cotigao

105.00

1968


Eastern India

West Bengal

National Parks

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Neora Valley

88.00

1992

· Singalila

78.60

1992

· Sundarban

1330.10

1984

Sanctuaries

· Buxa

251.89

1986

· Bibnutibhushan

· Betuadahary

· Ballavpur

· Chapramari

· Gorumara

· Halliday Island

5.95

1976

· Jaldapara

216.51

1990

· Jorpokhri

· Lothian Island

38.00

1976

· Mahananda

127.22

1976

· Narendrapur

· Parnadhan

· Ramnabagan

· Raiganj

· Sajnakhali

362.40

1976

· Senchal

38.88

1976

Sikkim

National Park

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Khangchendzonga

849.50

1977

Sanctuaries

· Fambong Lho

51.76

1984

· Kyongasia Alpine

· Maenam

35.34

1987

· Shingba Rhododendron

32.50

1984

Arunachal Pradesh

National Parks

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Moiling

483.00

1986

· Namdapha

1985.24

16187

Sanctuaries

· D'Ering Memorial

190.00

1978

· Dibang Valley

4149.00

1991

· Eagle nest

217.00

1989

· Itanagar

140.30

1978

· Kamlang

783.00

1989

· Kane

55.00

1991

· Mehao

281.50

1980

· Pakhui

861.95

1977

· Sessa Orchid

100.00

1989

Assam

National Park

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Kaziranga

429.96

1974

· Nambiar

Sanctuaries

· Barnadi

26.22

1980

· Dipor Beel

40.00

1989

· Garampani

· Laokhowa

70.14

1979

· Manas

391.00

1928

· Nameri

137.07

1985

· Orang

72.60

1985

· Pabha

49.00

· Pobitara

38.83

1987

· Sonai Rupai

175.00

1934

Manipur

National Parks

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Keibul Lamjao

40.00

1977

· Siroi

41.30

1982

Sanctuary

· Yagoupokpi Lokchao

184.80

1989

Meghalaya

National Parks

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Balphakram

220.00

1986

· Nokrek

47.48

1986

Sanctuaries

· Bhagmara

· Nongkhyllem

29.00

1981

· Siju

Mizoram

National Parks

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Murlen

200.00

1991

· Phawngpui

50.00

1991

Sanctuaries

· Dampa

500.00

1985

· Khawnglung

41.00

1991

· Ngengpui

150.00

1991

Nagaland

Sanctuaries

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Intanki

202.02

1975

· Pulebatze

· Fakim

Tripura

Sanctuaries

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Charilam

· Gumti

389.54

1988

· Sepahijala

18.53

1987

· Trishna

170.56

1987


Southern India

Andhra Pradesh

National Parks

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Shri Venkataswara

353.00

Sanctuaries

· Coringa

235.79

1978

· Eturnagaram

803.00

1953

· Gundlabrahmeswaram

1194.00

· Kaundinya

357.60

· Kawal

893.00

1965

· Kinnerasani

655.41

1977

· Kolleru

673.00

1963

· Krishna

194.81

· Lanjamadugu

· Manjira

20.00

1978

· Nagarjunasagar Srisailam

3,568.00

1978

· Neelapattu

4,404.00

· Pakhal

879.30

1952

· Papikonda

590.68

1978

· Pocharam

130.00

1952

· Pranahita

136.02

1980

· Pulicat

500.00

1976

· Rollapadu

614.00

· Srilanka Malleswara

464.42

· Siwaram

36.29

1978

· Srivenkateswara

506.94

Karnataka

National Parks

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

·Anshi  

250.00

1987

· Bandipur

874.20

1974

·Bennerghatta

104.27

1974

· Kudremukh

600.32

1987

· Nagarhole

643.30

1988

Sanctuaries

· Arabithittu

13.50

1985

· Bhadra

492.46

1974

· Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple

539.52

1987

· Bramhagiri

181.29

1974

· Cauvery

510.51

1987

· Dandeli

· Ghataprabha

29.78

1974

· Melkote Temple

49.82

1974

· Mukambika

247.00

1974

· Nugu

30.32

1974

· Pushpagiri

102.59

1987

· Ranganthittu

· Ranebennur

119.00

1974

· Sharavathi Valley

431.23

1974

· Shettihally

395.60

1974

· Someswara

88.40

1974

· Talakaveri

105.00

1987

Kerala

National Parks

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Eravikulam

97.00

1978

   Periyar

305.00

1982

· Silent Valley

89.52

1980

Sanctuaries

· Aralam

55.00

1984

· Chimony

105.00

1984

· Chinnar

90.44

1984

· Idukki

77.00

1976

· Neyyar

128.00

1958

· Parambikulam

285.00

1973

· Peechi Vazhani

125.00

1958

· Peppara

53.00

16187

· Periyar

472.00

1950

· Shenduruny

100.32

1984

· Thattekkad Bird

25.00

16187

· Wynad

344.44

1973

Tamil Nadu

National Parks

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Guindy

· Indira Gandhi

118.08

1989

· Anamalai

849.35

Sanctuaries

· Kalakad

223.58

· Karikili

· Mudumalai

321.55

· Mukurthi

78.46

· Mundanthurai

567.38

· Point Calimere

17.26

· Pulicat

461.02

· Srivilliputhur

485.20

· Vedantangal

· Vettangudi

The Andaman Islands

National Parks

Area in Sq. Km.

Year of Notification

· Campbell Bay

426.23

1992

· Galathea

110.00

1992

· Wandur

281.50

16187

· Mount Harriet Island

46.22

1979

· Saddle Peak

32.55

1979

Sanctuaries

· Barren Island

8.10

1977

· Battimalve Island

2.23

1985

· Benett Island

3.46

1987

· Bluff Island

1.14

1987

· Bondoville Island

2.55

1987

· Buchaan Island

9.33

1987

· Cinque Island

9.51

1987

· Crocodile (Lohabrrack)

22.21

16187

· Defence Island

10.49

1987

· East (Inglis) Island

3.55

1987

· East Island

6.11

1987

· Flat Island

9.36

1987

· Interview Island

133.00

1985

· James Island

2.10

1987

· Kyd Island

8.00

1987

· Landfall Island

29.48

1987

· Narcondum Island

6.81

1977

· North Reef Island

3.48

1977

· Paget Island

7.36

1987

· Pitman Island

1.37

1987

· Point Island

3.07

1987

· Ranger Island

4.26

1987

· Reef Island

1.74

1987

· Roper Island

1.46

1987

· Ross Island

1.01

1987

· Sandy Island

1.58

1987

· Shearme Island

7.85

1987

· Sir Hugh Rose Island

1.06

1987

· South Brother Island

1.24

1987

· South Reef Island

1.17

1987

· South Sentinel Island

1.61

1977

· Spike Island-

211.70

1987

· Swamp Island

4.09

1987

· Table (Delgarno) Island

2.29

1987

· Table (Excelsior) Island

1.69

1987

· Talabaicha Island

3.21

1987

· Temple Island

1.04

1987

· Tillanchang Island

6.83

1985

· West Island

6.40

1987

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