The decrease has also been due to habitat loss, which is caused by damming and sand mining. Pollution from industries such as thermal power plants, aluminum smelters and thermal effluent from paper mills has affected their food supply adversely.
were slaughtered in India’s Central Provinces over a six-month period in 1864. In 1877, 1579 tigers were slaughtered in British territories in India, excluding Indian states. The main, if not the only, cause of India’s dwindling tiger population was a large-scale slaughter.
How can you forget the famous Jungle Book and the character of wise Sher Khan always trying to kill Mowgli
Are you planning for a trip to Rajasthan, don’t forget to visit one of the world’s
The absolute old-world charm of culture, the feeling of royal ness, and the exquisiteness of the
Apart from the beautiful and eternal landscape of dunes in Rajasthan, the
Witnessing a place as wildlife tourism in India, Ranthambore National park is nestled in Aravali and Vindhya ranges’ foothills.
Ranthambore National Park, which is famous worldwide due to its wide variance of tigers, was voted as the nation’s best wildlife attraction in the Digital Tourism Survey and Awards 2020, conducted by India Today. This is a piece of encouraging news amidst the pandemic, as the tourism sector needs to Read more…