Greetings from Nature’s Sprout Wildlife of Gujarat is thrilled to witness a grand entry of striped big cat in the den of Asiatic Lions in Gir National Park. After 27 years, the news of spotting a Royal Bengal Tiger amidst the wilderness of Boriya Village in Lunawada Forest is spreading like a jungle fire among […]
Greetings from Nature’s Sprout Kanha National park is one of the prime wildlife destinations of Central India. Located in Madhya Pradesh, it covers a huge landscape of 1945 sq km, which includes core and the buffer zones. Kanha National Park got the accreditation of a Tiger Reserve under project Tiger in the year 1974. The […]
Greetings from Nature’s Sprout The festive season brings happiness in life. All of us love festivals and there are lot of planning done long before the actual celebration. This year Dussehra and Diwali are just knocking your door and if your have not planned anything yet, let us suggest you some real adventurous thrills. How […]
From lush green forests to sparkling rivers, India has a wide range of forest reserves with an abundance heritage of wildlife. It has over 91,000 species of animals spread over 655 National Parks and Sanctuaries comprising an area of 1,60,276.93 sq. km or 4.87% of India’s geographical area. India has always been a gala for […]
Greetings from Nature’s Sprout Bandhavgarh has a fabled and pre-historic tale about its existence. Are you aware that Bandhavgarh National Park is named after an age-old citadel on the hillock of Vindhya ranges? “Bandhav” signifies “Brother” and “Garh” signifies “Fortress”, which together unravels the signifying meaning of...