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Indian Wildlife Mythology
Wildlife In India

The Indian wild life is tenderly pledged with India's social fabric. Some of animals like the elephant, lion, tiger, monkeys and the peacock have found a seat of repute in the Indian mythology. It is absolutely bewildering to perceive that the virulent King Cobra is so intimately allied with Lord Siva and has received so much worship down the ages. The great Indian tiger is a seat of Goddess Durga the most poignant of all.

The Great Wildlife Treasures of India
There are great wild life reserves in the valley of Uttranchal offering the magnificent view of great Indian tigers in northern India, the great Indian rhino is the habitat of the Northeast states of India along the river Brahmaputra. The western part of India is the abode of the last remaining Asiatic Lions. A swarm of great Indian elephants in the wild is an awe-inspiring vision. All animals, including the royal tiger also respect these colossal mammals. Indian Elephant is slightly smaller than its African counterpart and normally the male elephant have tusks.

The thrill of being in an Indian wildlife park is ingenuously tantalizing as one has close tryst with such magnificent animals. Viewing the Royal Bengal Tiger, the great Indian Rhino, Asiatic Lion and the gigantic Indian Elephant are the lifetime experiences that prevail engraved in the reminiscence of every wildlife enthusiast. Wildlife parks are the preserved lands and are home to an enormously diverse number of flora and fauna. The need for setting up wild life parks was initiated due to the regular declining of the wildlife population and also some species were facing the threat of extinction. Today India is a reputed home of 80 national parks.

The great Indian wildlife legacy do not cease in these evasive mammals but it is an abounding repository of vertebrates, non-vertebrates and reptiles that needs more then a life span for its voluminous exploration.

India's Most Prestigious Wild Life Reserves
Jim Corbett National Park
This wildlife park is located in the state of Uttaranchal in the foothills of Himalayas and covers an area of 1200 sq. km. The park is the desired home of the great Indian tiger, leopards and crocodiles. Corbett National Park also facilitates excellent opportunities for elephant and jeep safari along with comfortable accommodations.

Kaziranga National Park
Kaziranga Wildlife Park is extended along the holy Brahmaputra River in Assam covering an area of 430 sq. km. The park is the abode to the great Indian Rhino, leopards and tigers. There are now over a 1000 unicorn in the subcontinent. The single horn of the rhino is worth U.S $40,000 in 1995. The other attractions of the park are massive wild buffalo, which can weigh upto 915kg. There are a rich variety of fresh waterfowls, over 450 species of woodland and grassland birds. The gharial (fish eating crocodile) and dolphins can also be traced in the blue lakes.

Ranthambore National Park
The park is situated near Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan covering an area of 392 sq. Km. Great wildlife species found in Ranthambore include tigers, leopards and boars. In 1981 Ranthambore was awarded National Park status. The park enjoys the pleasure of having a very high density of tiger population. There are about 25 tigers and 40 leopards in the reserve.

Royal Bengal Tiger Sundarbans National Park
West Bengal an elusive home of India's Royal Bengal Tiger covers an area of 1330.10 sq. km. Encountering this majestic beast on jeep safari in its natural habitat is just magnificent and will leave one spellbound. The main area of the Wildlife Park can only be approached by reverie waterways by hiring a boat. Sunderbans mystic beauty also is a home of salt-water crocodiles, chitals (spotted deer) wild boar, water birds, peacock, falcons and shy jungle cats. Incredible varieties of reptiles are also found which includes King Cobra, Python and water monitor.

Bandipur National Park
Famous for its great attractions of gigantic Indian elephant, the park is situated near Ooty in Karntak. It is also called a paradise of south India.

Gir National Park
Gir wild Life Park is the only habitat of the great Asiatic Lion is located in Gujarat. The vast Gir forest is also a requisite home to the wild animals like chinkara, langoors, wild boar, porcupine and almost 200 variety of bird species along with marsh crocodile that could be easily spotted in the lake of the Kamaleshwar Dam. Apart from lion, Gir has considerable population of leopard, upto 294.

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary also known as Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary has great reserves of the scarce arial life. Located in the state of Rajasthan the area was once the shooting reserve for the royal family is a conceivably the most fabulous water-bird wildlife sanctuary and also a World Heritage Site in India.

Manas National Park
Situated at Assam in northeast India, the wild Life Park is the abode of the Indian Rhino, Elephants and Tigers.

Kanha National Park
The Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh covers an area of 1940 sq. Km. The wildlife parks main habitats are great Indian tigers, bears and leopards. The park also treasures other species like a jungle cat, hyena, sambhar, and nilgai along with 175 variety of bird species. One can also trace a rare Indian antelope (barasingha) in Kanha National Park.

Bandhavgarh National Park
This wildlife national park is situated in Madhya Pradesh and is famous for its treasures of Tigers, Great Gaur, Indian Bison, and Leopards. The park is spread over an area of 448 sq. km.

Group of elephants in an Indian national parkWildlife Adventure Through Safari
Almost all the wildlife national parks facilitate wildlife safari amidst the dense woods of the wild. Some of these wildlife parks like Corbett, Bandhavgarh, Ranthambore and Kaziranga provide excellent opportunities for elephant safari, jeep safari and horse safari which allow the tourists to have a closer look at the wild species. Besides viewing Royal Bengal Tiger, Sunderban Wildlife Park also a great source of attraction due to its unique boat safari, as the wild can only be accessed and can be explored through river waterways.

The wildlife parks also provides excellent and comfortable accommodation in the form of wildlife resorts. An accommodation often needs to be booked in advance in the hotel, rest house through the local State TDC or the controlling authority of the respective park. Brochures can also be obtained for further information from Government of India Tourist Offices.

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