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Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary

George Thiruvilakalayil George

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Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Yavatmal district, Maharashtra state, India.

Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is spread over an area of 148.63 square kilometers. Its on the northern border of the state, near Telungana state.

Tipeshwar Wild Life Sanctuary is rich in flora and fauna. Teak trees forms the majority of vegetation. The sanctuary is rich in Herbs.

Fauna includes endangered endemic spices. 29 mammals species including some of the endangered species like Tiger, Panther, Sloth Bear, Pangolin, Jackal, Four Horned Antelope, etc, are found here. Since Tigers are found here, the sanctuary is also called Tipeshwar Tiger reserve.

Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is home to 6 endangered reptile species. More than 180 bird species belonging to 46 bird families are found here. 9 species of endangered birds, including the peafowl, are found in this wildlife sanctuary.

How Do I Go to Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary?

The road access to Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is through Pandharkawada.

Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is at a distance of around 35 kilometers from Adilabad Railway station, the nearest railway station in the nearby Telungana state.

Amravati railway station and Badnera railway station are at around 165 kilometers from the wildlife sanctuary.

Nagpur airport is at around 172 kilometers distance from Tipeshwar wild life sanctuary.

Mumbai is at a distance of around 850 kilometers from Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary.

Chandipur Beach, Abdul Kalam Island, Horseshoe Crabs

George Thiruvilakalayil George

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George Thiruvilakalyil George is a blog writer. George is an expert on Local Business Citations, having created thousands of Local Citations for clients in USA, Australia, India, etc. George is also a web site designer with around 2 decades of experience. George started working on web related technologies from early 1996, immediately after internet access was introduced in 5 cities of India in August 1995.

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Chandipur Beach is a famous beach on the Bay of Bengal coast, known for Beach resorts. The water recedes by 5 kilometers during low tide, which helps the bio-diversity of the area and home to a large number of Horseshoe crabs. Chandipur Beach is a unique beach. Unique because, the beach may not be there during the high tide. Chandipur is situated in Baleswar District of Odisha in India.

Sunset at Chandipur beach
Sunset at Chandipur beach.

Chandipur Beach and its surroundings are spread over an area of around 51.330 acres or 0.20773 square kilo-meters. Chandipur is also known by names ‘Chandipur-on-sea’ or ‘Chandipur on sea’.

Ministry of Defence’s Integrated Test Range for missiles is situated here at an Abdul Kalam Island, which was formerly known ad Wheeler Island.

Budhabalanga River meets Bay of Bengal and the confluence of the river and sea can be seen near Mirzapur, not far off from Chandipur Beach.

Devkund Waterfalls, Nilgiri Jagannath temple, Emami Jagannath temple, Panchalinegeswar, Khirachora Gopinath temple, etc, are some of the tourist spots near the beach.

How Do I Go to Chandipur Beach?

Chandipur Beach is at a distance of is 16 kilometers from Balasore railway station, the nearest railway station. There are buses, autos and taxis available from Balasore. National Highway 16 connects this beach town with other parts of the country,

The nearest airport is at Kolkata at a distance of 204 kilometers. Temple city of Bhubaneswar is at a distance of 294 kilometers from Chandipur. There is a major airport at Bhubaneswar also.

Kutladampatti Falls, Ashram, Peacock

George Thiruvilakalayil George

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Kutladampatti Falls is a 27 meter (89 feet) high waterfall in Kutladampatti village, near Madurai in Tamilnadu state, India.


 Kutladampatti Falls, near Madurai

Kutladampatti Falls.

Kutladampatti Falls is easily accessible by public transport. The pavement and steps leading to the falls are well laid out. Last few meters around the falls are slippery and steep. There is an Ashram, downhill the falls which is good for meditation. A large number of peacocks are found in the Ashram compound.

Kutladampatti Waterfalls is situated inside a reserve forest, which is managed by the state Forest Department. There is an entry fee to be paid, near the falls. The falls is one among the ideal getaway places for the residents of Madurai and other nearby areas.

How Do I Go to Kutladampatti Falls?

Kutladampatti waterfalls is at a distance of 30 kilometers northwest of Madurai. The falls is at a distance of 8 kilometers from Vadipatti, a small town near the falls.

There are direct state government buses to the falls form Madurai Periyar Bus stand and also from Vadipatti bus stand.

Madurai Junction railway station with station code MDU, is the nearest major railway station. There is an airport at Madurai, which serves mainly the domestic passengers. Cities like Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad, Bhubaneswar, Goa and Pune are connected by different airlines. There are two international flights to Dubai and Colombo.

Indian Museum Kolkata, Egyptian Mummy

George Thiruvilakalayil George

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The Indian Museum is situated at Kolkata (Calcutta) in West Bengal state, India. This museum is the oldest museum in India and is having the largest and rare collection of Antiques, Armour and ornaments, fossils, mummies, Mughal paintings, skeletons, etc.

Egyptian human mummy at the Indian Museum, Kolkotta

4,000 yrs old Egyptian human mummy at the Indian Museum, Kolkotta..

This Calcutta museum has a 4000 year old Egyptian mummy. Except heart, other organs were taken out of mummy. Heart is kept in special chamber. Buddhist Stupa from Bharhut is on display here. Buddha’s ashes, Ashoka pillar, fossil skeletons of prehistoric animals, collection of meteorites, etc, are also displayed here at the Indian Museum at Kolkotta. It has also a huge collection of art and rare antiques.

The Kolkotta Museum has 6 sections; Art, Archaeology, Anthropology, Geology, Zoology and Economic Botany; consisting of 35 galleries, displaying the various cultural and scientific artifacts.

Indian Museum at Kolkotta is under the Ministry of Culture, Government of India and is an autonomous organization. Asiatic Society started this Museum in 1814 and was paying salary for the staff till 1836, when their bankers became insolvent. Then the Government started paying salary for the staff from its public funds.

How Do I Go to Indian Museum?

Indian Museum is situated at Chowringhee alias Chourangi, in Kokotta city. Kokotta, which was previously known as Calcutta, is well connected by all modes of transport to other parts of the country and to the rest of the world. There is an International airport, many railway stations, seaport, etc, at Kolkotta.

Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary, Spot-billed Pelicans

George Thiruvilakalayil George

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Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary is located at Nelapattu, a small village in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh state in India.

Spot-Billed Pelicans at Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary
Spot-Billed Pelicans at Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary in Andhra Pradesh.

Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary is spread over an area of 458.92 hectares. The sanctuary is known for pelican breeding, especially the Spot-billed pelican breeding. 187 species of birds are found in this sanctuary, out of which around 50 species are migratory bird species.

Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary is also the breeding site for white ibis, night heron, openbill stork, little cormorant, etc. This sanctuary is home for some of the rarest avian species.

Nelapattu Sanctuary has an environmental education center, a museum and a library, for those interested in knowing more about the Sanctuary and its birds.

How Do I Go to Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary?

Bird Sanctuary at Nelapattu is at around 80 kilometers from Nellore town, the headquarters of the district where the sanctuary is situated.

Sullurpeta railway station is the nearest railway station to the Bird sanctuary, at around 50 kilometers distance. Chennai International airport is the nearest airport, at around 100 kilometers distance from the Bird Sanctuary at Nelapattu. Nelapattu sanctuary for birds is well connected by bus services to nearby cities and towns.

Which is the Ideal Time to Visit Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary?

The ideal time to visit the Bird sanctuary at Nelapattu, is from October to March when the weather turns pleasant. Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary is open from 8 AM to 5 PM.

Hemis National Park, Hemis Monastery

George Thiruvilakalayil George

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George Thiruvilakalyil George is a blog writer. George is an expert on Local Business Citations, having created thousands of Local Citations for clients in USA, Australia, India, etc. George is also a web site designer with around 2 decades of experience. George started working on web related technologies from early 1996, immediately after internet access was introduced in 5 cities of India in August 1995.

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Hemis National Park is the largest national park of India, spread over 4400 square kilometers and is a world renowned high altitude national park, near Ladakh. Its regarded as the best place to see snow leopards in the wild. Hemis Park is situated in Jammu and Kashmir state of India.

A Snow Leopard in Hemis National Park
A Snow Leopard in Hemis National Park.

The National park is bounded by Indus River on the northern side. Hemis National Park is rich is flora and fauna. A large species of Endangered mammals, including the snow leopard numbering around 200, are found here. Shapo alias Urial or Arkars; a subspecies of wild sheep; are found in this National Park and is the only place to spot them in India. 16 species of mammals and 73 species of birds are found in this park.

Flora consists of alpine vegetation. Hemis National Park is home to around 15 endangered medicinal plants.

Hemis National Park is the lone national park in India, which lies north of the Himalayas.

Hemis Monastery, a 400 year old Tibetan Buddhist Monastery, is situated here at Ladakh.

Hemis Monastery (gompa) at Ladakh
Hemis Monastery (gompa) at Ladakh

How Do I Go to Hemis National Park?

Hemis National Park is situated at around 10 kilometers from Leh, the nearest city. The road routes to Leh are Srinagar-Leh highway and Manali-Leh highway; both these passes through some of the highest passes of the continent.

Srinagar railway station and Jammu Tawi railway station are at around 232 and 253 kilometers distance respectively from Hemis National Park. Kalka railway station in Haryana is at around 326 kilometers away.

Leh Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport is at around 5 kilometers from Hemis National Park.