Category Archives: BIODIVERSITY

Bugyals: Enchanting Indian Meadows

Bugyals are alpine pasture lands, or meadows, in higher elevation range between 3,300 metres and 4,000 metres  of the Himalayas in Uttarakhand, India where they are called “nature’s own gardens”. Here the topography  is either flat or sloped. The surface of these bugyals … Continue reading

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Biosphere Reserves of India

The Indian government has established 18 biosphere reserves in India,(categories roughly corresponding to IUCNCategory V Protected areas), which protect larger areas of natural habitat (than a National Park or Animal Sanctuary), and often include one or more National Parks or preserves, along with buffer zones that … Continue reading

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Jungle in Heart of the City:Aligarh, India

  Forest are a luxury in the cities.They act as green belts in the industrious and often polluted crowded atmosphere  of the city.These  are preservers of urban biodiversity which is important for  a modern resilient city.Urban green belts are considered … Continue reading

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Military Regions

Military regions (also called Military districts)  are creations of a countries’ armed forces  which are responsible for a certain area of territory. They are often more responsible for administrative than operational matters, and in countries with conscript forces, often handle parts … Continue reading

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