Nameri National Park & Tiger Reserve

Nameri National Park and Tiger Reserve is  is situated at Sonitpur District, Assam, India. It is also a habitat for Indian elephants. A Wild Elephant inside Nameri National Park This wildlife park is spread over 200 square kilometers. Nameri National Park is contiguous to  Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary on the northern side. Jia Bhoroli river  passes…

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The Greater Indian One-horned Rhinos at Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary

Pobitora wildlife sanctuary  is a wildlife reserve which is home to The Greater Indian one-horned rhinos (Rhinoceros unicornis),  a vulnerable species on the The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, in Morigaon district, Assam, India. The greater one-horned rhinoceros or The Indian rhinoceros at Pobitora wildlife sanctuary Pobitora wildlife sanctuary is spread over 38.6 square…

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Largest Tai Ahom Monuments – Talatal Ghar and Kareng Ghar

Talatal Ghar is the ruins of a magnificent 17th century structure and is the largest of all Tai Ahom monuments situated  in Rangpur, Assam state of India. Talatal Structures was built by the most powerful ruler of the Ahom kingdom (1228–1826), King Swargadeo Rudra Singha. He shifted the capital of Ahom dynasty from Garhgaon to Rangpur…

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Information About Tripura State Museum at Ujjayanta Palace

Ujjayanta Palace was the erstwhile residence of the Royal family of the princely state of Tripura. It now houses Tripura State Museum. Tripura state museum, Ujjayanta Palace This magnificent palace on the banks of a lake was constructed by Maharaj Radha Kishore Manikya, in between 1899 and 1901. Their palace  existing palce was devastated by a…

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Red Panda & Other Endangered Species at Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary

Red Panda is found in Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary

Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Upper Dibang Valley district, the least populated district in India, formed in 2011, Arunachal Pradesh, India. Red Panda, an Endangered animal species, is found here. Red Panda is found in Dibang Wild life Sanctuary. The Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary near Indo-China border, was created in 1992. A beautiful lake is…

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Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary, Parshuram Kund, Glow Lake

Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Lohit District, Arunachal Pradesh, India. Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary. Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary is spread over an area of around 783 square kilometers. This Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1989. Kamlang River flows through the sanctuary and hence got its name. Glow Lake at an altitude of around 5,000 feet, spread…

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