Indian forest's

Forests in India- Wild Life Sanctuaries in india

1. Abujmarh forest – (Chhattisgarh)

2.Annekal Reserved Forest – (Western Ghats)

3. Baikunthapur Forest – (West Bengal)

4. Bandipur National Park – (Karnataka)

5. Bhadra Wildlife  Sanctuary  -(Shivamogga, Karnataka)

6. Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary and Mollem National Park – (Sanguem taluk, Goa)

7. Bhitarkanika Mangroves – (Odisha)

8. Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary – (Ponda taluk, Goa)

9. Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary – (Wayanad, Kerala)

10. Jakanari Reserve Forest – (Coimbatore)

11. Molai forest – (Majuli island on the Brahmaputra River)

12. Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary – (Canacona taluk, Goa)

13 . Vandalur Reserve Forest-( Vandalur, Tamil Nadu)

14 .Pichavaram Mangrove Forest -(Pichavaram, Cuddalore district, Tamil Nadu)

15. Nallamala Hills – (Eastern Ghats, Andhra Pradesh South of River Krishna)

16. Gir National Park – (Talala taluk, Gir Somnath district, Gujarat)

17. Sundarbans – (West Bengal)

18. Namdapha National Park – (Arunachal Pradesh)

19. .Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary – (Goa)

20. Nanmangalam forest – (Chennai, Tamil Nadu)

21. New Amarambalam Reserved Forest – (Nilambur, Malappuram district, Kerala)

22. Jim Corbett National Park – (Nainital district and Pauri Garhwal district, Uttarakhand)

23. Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve – (Chandrapur district, Maharashtra)

24. Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary – (Sattari taluk, Goa)

25. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary – (Chorão (island) on Mandovi river, Goa)

26. Kanha National Park – (Madhya Pradesh)

27. Saranda forest – (West Singhbhum district, Jharkhand)

28. Nagarhole National Park – (Kodagu district and Mysore district, Karnataka)

29. Shettihalli – (Karnataka -Tunga River)

30. Kukrail Reserve Forest – (Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh)

31. Keibul Lamjao National Park – (Bishnupur district, Manipur)

indian main Big forests

India has a wide variety of forests, some of the biggest and most important of which are:

Western Ghats: One of the world’s eight hottest biodiversity hotspots, this mountain range runs parallel to India’s western coast. The Western Ghats are home to a diverse range of flora and wildlife and are covered in lush forests.

Eastern Ghats: The Eastern Ghats are noteworthy for their forest cover and wildlife, much like their western counterparts. They are renowned for its lush greenery and stretch parallel to India’s east coast.

Sundarbans: The biggest tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world is situated in the delta region of the Ganges, Brahmaputra, and Meghna rivers in eastern India and Bangladesh.throughout the globe. It is well known for its distinct ecology and Royal Bengal Tigers.

Madhya Pradesh Forests: The central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh has a sizable amount of forest cover. It include, among other places, national parks such as Panna, Kanha, Pench, Bandhavgarh, and the Satpura and Vindhya ranges of forests.

Northeastern Forests: The verdant forests of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, and Meghalaya are among the states in northeastern India that are well-known for them. These forests support a wide variety of plants and animals and are a part of the Eastern Himalayas Biodiversity Hotspot.

Andaman and Nicobar Islands: The lush tropical rainforests of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are located in the Bay of Bengal. They are known for their distinctive biodiversity and are home to numerous indigenous species.

Forests in telangana

The most wildlife forests in Telangana

1.  Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary – (Mulugu District)

2. Pranahita Wildlife Sanctuary – (Mancherial District)

3. Paakhal Wildlife Sanctuary – (Near Narsmpet dvgn)

4. Shivaram Wildlife Sanctuary – (Mancherial District)

5. Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary – (Medak)

6. Nagarjunsagar-Srisailam Tiger Reserve – (Nalgonda-Mahaboobnagar Mixed)

7. Manjeera Wildlife Sanctuary – (Sangareddy)

8. Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary – (Kothagudem)

9. Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary – (Mancherial District)