India has lots of areas to explore the best of nature.They are unique and awesome.They are likely to disappear soon. There are five such unique places that you need to visit till they exist. These places are lesser known to the world. It is no doubt that these places of wonder and gifted nature’s beauty. All have in its store the wealth of natural resources.
It is located in upper Assam, popular for being one of the most diverse wildlife regions.
It has lush greenery and home to a huge variety of flora and fauna and its vibrant culture. Mostly inhabited by Tribals, the culture of Majuli is unique. It is also called the cultural capital of Assam.
The festivals celebrated here are all full of joy and vibrance with a lot of music and dance. The main festival in the town of Majuli is called RAAS.
However, there is a danger looming ahead due to flood and constant erosion, which has resulted in reducing its size from 483 sq.km to 421 sq.km .
It is located in the Hissar district of HARYANA and dream destination of every archaeologist.
As per discovery in 1963,this was the largest city in the INDUS VALLEY CIVILISATION. It appears to be much larger than the sites discovered at HARAPPA and MOHENJODARO.
Reportedly, locals continue to steal ancient artefacts and sell them. Possibility of fear that if the same continues, it will lose its all significance.
3.WULAR LAKE,JAMMU AND KASHMIR
WULAR LAKE is also known as WOLAR in Kashmiri. It is one of the largest freshwater lakes in ASIA, is situated in Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir, India.
It’s being one of the world’s largest freshwater lakes, it hosts water sports for tourists and locals.
If you plan to visit here,do it soon. Reports yet that,the water body is shrinking due to hunting of WATERFOWL and POLLUTION.
The lake basin was formed as a result of TECTONIC ACTIVITY and is fed by the JHELUM River and Stream MADHUMATI .
It is famed for having Royal Bengal Tigers and being the world’s largest mangrove forest.
The region got its name from Sundari Trees. The delta lies in a low-lying region. The delta formed by the confluence of the Padma, Brahmaputra and Meghna Rivers in the Bay of Bengal.
It spans the area from the Baleswar River in Bangladesh’s division of Khulna to the Hooghly River in India’s state of West Bengal.
Due to Global Warming, this destination could soon be history.
It is located in Dhanushkodi point, also known as ADAM’S BRIDGE.
It is a chain of natural limestone shoals, between Pamban Island, also known as RAMESWARAM Island, off the south-eastern coast of Tamilnadu, India and Mannar Island, off north-western coast of Srilanka.
It connects Srilanka’s Mannar Island and Dhanushkodi in India.
As per mythology,the bridge was built by Lord Rama with the help of Banarsena.
The government of India has planned SETHUSAMUDRAM SHIPPING CANAL PROJECT here.This project is likely a threat to the existence of this natural wonder.
The main focus of celebrating Indian National Tourists Day is to educate people about the benefits and importance of traveling. India is a traveling paradise and this trade plays an important role in the economy of the country. The traveling is a very productive activity both for the travelers and the government. As per both supportance these local areas will get fame, also the government should consider improving the conditions of these local traveling places.