Exploring jungles and wild life can be very exciting for nature lovers. More than 20% of Indian geography is occupied by jungles and greeneries which is an added advantage for tourists. Second largest base of bio diversity is found in India. Mesmerizing sights of rare wild animals in their natural dwelling along with charming and exquisite flora would gift you with unparalleled thrilled experience and an unforgettable journey. India is home to 89 national parks, 13 bio reserves and 400 plus wild life sactuaries. In these destinations, you can get rare chance to have a glimpse of rarest and endangered species like big cat family like Asiatic lions, Bengal tiger and snow leopard, Gharials, Rhinoceros, Black Buck and Red Panda. Some of the endangered species of birds include Indian Bustard, Indian black vulture, Siberian crane, Bengal florican, Spoon billed sandpiper, Pink headed duck and Himalayan quail. If you peep into the bowl of Ancient Indian history, would be surprised to know that Indian culture not only respects flora and fauna but they are actually consider them as laudable.
The rules which our Great ancestors made were not superstitions, instead they had a scientific explanation for each and every rituals. For e.g we prayer and worship the Peepal tree or sacred fig, not because of superstition, our ancestors and ancient sages used to highlight the importance of offering water to this tree and doing worship under it. It is because of the reason that Peepal tree is the only one which gives oxygen at night as well, but for that it needs maximum water in its roots. Not only this, at day time also it releases oxygen abundantly and purifies air. It kills lots of infection causing bacteria as well. Apart from all these facts, there are numerous medicinal application of almost each and every part of this tree. So , next time when you plan your vacations, do take some time spending in exploring Indian wild life which provides food to both your soul and your eyes.
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