Karnataka is blessed with magnificent forests. Karnataka is endowed with different types of forest. Read on to know in detail about the forests in Karnataka.
Madhugiri, read on to find out more about the origin of the name, history of the places, weather conditions and places and resorts nearby.
The Bandipur National Park lies at the heart of an extended forest at the meeting point of the Western Ghats and Nilgiri Hills. Bandipur became one of India’s first Tiger Reserves and in 1974
Bannerghatta National Park, zoological garden, 22 kms from Bangalore is famous for its safari. The zoo boasts of rich flora and fauna near Bengaluru.
Bangaloreans have always been environment friendly. We were known for the greenery but not any longer I guess. There are few forests around Bangalore which one could visit.
Karnataka is a land of diverse flora and fauna. It is home to numerous endangered species of fauna. Read on to know in detail about the fauna of the state.