Biosphere Reserves of India-Must Know
Biosphere Reserves of India, The Biosphere Reserve was initiated by UNESCO in 1971. The purpose of the program is to conserve all forms of life, along with its natural ecosystems.
The first biosphere reserve of the world was established in 1979. Here we are describing the Biosphere Reserves of India.
|Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve||Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Karnataka|
|Gyan Bharathi/Rann of Kutch Biosphere Reserve||Gujarat|
|Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve||Uttarkhand|
|Sunderban Biosphere Reserve||West Bengal|
|Gulf of Mannar Biosphere Reserve||Tamil Nadu|
|Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve||Madhya Pradesh|
|Nokrek Biosphere Reserve||Meghalaya|
|Simlipal Biosphere Reserve||Odisha|
|Dehang Dibang||Arunachal Pradesh|
|Achanakumar-Amarkanatak Biosphere Reserve||Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh|
|Agasthyamalai Biosphere Reserve||Kerala, Tamil Nadu|
|Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve||Andaman and Nicobar Isalands|
|Cold Desert||Himachal Pradesh|
|Seshachalam Hills||Andhra Pradesh|
- The program project Tiger was started in Jim Corbet National Park.
- National Tiger Reservation Authority was formed in the year 2006 september 4th.
- Chairman of the National Tiger Reservation Authority- central minister of Forest and Enviornment
- The number of Tiger reserves in India-48
- Bor Santuary is the 47th Tiger Reserve
- Rajaji tiger Reserve is the 48th Tiger Reserve
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