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Indus valley civilisation (IVC) Sites are a favourite topic of the UPSC Examination. In This article, we will see the…
This article will discuss the Brahmani river and Baitarani river in detail, the two most important rivers of Odhisa. A detailed map is also present to help you along to learn quickly! Firstly here is a brief about the Brahmani Baitarani river basin, followed by a detailed analysis of these rivers.
Firstly, there are 18 Biosphere Reserves in India, among which 12 Biosphere reserves in India find their place in UNESCO's List of Man Biosphere Reserves
The government of India had notified a total of 32 Elephant Reserves in India ( Source MoEF). The total elephant population in India is 27312 ( Latest Census in 2017 ).
5 National parks in Jammu and Kashmir are Hemis, Dachigam, City Forest, Kishtwar & Kazinag. Detail Map in article
River Godavari is the largest of the peninsular rivers of India and the third largest river in India
List of Ramsar sites in India State wise in 2021 along with detailed map of their Geographical location. As of April 2021 their are 42 ramsar sites in India with Uttar pradesh having the highest number among all states in India
Krishna river is the 2nd largest river of peninsular India,1st being Godavari river. Krishna river finds its mention in Puranas as river Krsnavena, and river Kanhaperna in the Jatakas stories. Learn about krishna river and its tributaries in this detailed Krishna river map.
As of March 2021 India have 51 tiger reserves with 2967 tigers in them, detailed map, project tiger and NTCA.
Brahmaputra river originates at Chemayungdung mountain ranges near Mansarovar lake in southern Tibet, flows through Arunachal pradesh and Assam and finally through Bangladesh into bay of bengal. River brahmaputra and its tributaries with their detailed maps are as follow
Indus river or sindhu river originates near Mount kailash at lake Mansrovar located in Tibet region.
According to ENVIS Centre on Wildlife & Protected Areas,Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change, Govt of India , Madhya pradesh has the highest number of national park in india, totalling at 9