National Park in India

India has a diverse and rich natural heritage, and to preserve this heritage, the country has established a network of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Some of the most famous national parks in India include:

Jim Corbett National Park: Established in 1936, it is the oldest national park in India and is located in the state of Uttarakhand. It is known for its rich diversity of flora and fauna, including the Bengal tiger.

Kaziranga National Park: Located in the state of Assam, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is known for its large population of one-horned rhinoceroses.

Kanha National Park: Located in the state of Madhya Pradesh, it is known for its population of tigers and swamp deer.

Ranthambore National Park: Located in the state of Rajasthan, it is known for its large population of tigers and is also a popular tourist destination.

Sundarbans National Park: located in the state of West Bengal and is known for it's mangrove ecosystem and Royal Bengal tiger.

These are just a few examples of the many national parks and wildlife sanctuaries that can be found in India. Each of these parks offers visitors a chance to experience the beauty of India's wilderness and to see some of the country's most fascinating and endangered wildlife.

Here are some other facts about Indian National Park:

1. In 1936 Hailey National Park was declared as India's first national park. This National Park is now known as Jim Corbett National Park. It is also the first sanctuary to come under Project Tiger in 1973-74.

2. There are 106 national parks.

3. Hemis National Park in Jammu and Kashmir is the largest national park of India with 4,400 square km. It is also the National Park located at the highest altitude.

4. South Button Island National Park in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is the smallest National Park with a total area of 2 square miles.

5. Kaziranga National Park in Assam, Manas National Park in Assam, and Keoladeo National Park in Rajasthan are the three National Parks in India that were declared as World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985.

6. Madhya Pradesh and Andaman & Nicobar Islands have the highest number of National Parks with 9 each.

7. Marine National Park, Gulf of Kutch is the first national marine park of India.

8. Keibul Lamjao National Park, Manipur is the only floating park in the world.

National Park of India
State/UT National Park Famous For
Andaman and Nicobar Rani Jhansi
Andaman and Nicobar Campbell Bay
Andaman and Nicobar Galathea
Andaman and Nicobar Mount Harriet Island Saltwater Crocodiles
Andaman and Nicobar North Button Island Dolphin
Andaman and Nicobar Mahatma Gandhi
Andaman and Nicobar Middle Button Island
Andaman and Nicobar South Button Island
Andaman and Nicobar Saddle Peak
Andhra Pradesh Kasu Brahmananda Reddy
Andhra Pradesh Mrugavani
Andhra Pradesh Mahavir Harina Vanasthali
Andhra Pradesh Sri Venkateswara
Arunachal Pradesh Mouling
Arunachal Pradesh Namdapha Gaur
Assam Kaziranga One horned rhinos
Assam Manas Tiger
Assam Dibru Saikhowa
Assam Nameri
Assam Orang
Bihar Kanwar Taal Bird Sanctuary
Bihar Valmiki
Bihar Vikramshila Dolphin Sanctuary
Chhattisgarh Indravati
Chhattisgarh Kanger Ghati
Goa Mollem
Gujarat Blackbuck Blackbuck and Lesser Florican
Gujarat Gir Asiatic Lions
Gujarat Marine National Park
Gujarat Vansda
Haryana Sultanpur
Haryana Kalesar
Himachal Pradesh Great Himalayan
Himachal Pradesh Pin Valley Himalayan Snowcock
Jammu & Kashmir Kishtwar
Jammu & Kashmir Dachigam
Jammu & Kashmir Hemis Snow Leopard
Jammu & Kashmir Salim Ali
Jharkhand Betla
Karnataka Bandipur Asian Elephant, Tiger
Karnataka Bannerghatta
Karnataka Anshi
Karnataka Nagarhole
Karnataka Kudremukh National Park
Kerala Mathikettan Shola
Kerala Anamudi Shola
Kerala Pampadam Shola
Kerala Periyar Indian elephants
Kerala Eravikulam Nilgiri Tahr
Kerala Silent Valley
Madhya Pradesh Gilbert Hill
Madhya Pradesh Karnala
Madhya Pradesh Gugamal
Madhya Pradesh Navegaon
Madhya Pradesh Chandoli Indian Bison, Sloth Bears
Madhya Pradesh Pench
Madhya Pradesh Sanjay Gandhi
Madhya Pradesh Tadoba
Manipur Keibul Lamjao Eld's Deer
Manipur Sirohi
Meghalaya Nokrek
Meghalaya Balphakram
Mizoram Murlen
Mizoram Phawngpui
Nagaland Intanki
Nagaland Intanki
Odisha Simlipal Royal Bengal Tigers,Elephants
Odisha Bhitarkanika
Rajasthan Desert Great Indian Bustard
Rajasthan Ranthambore Tiger
Rajasthan Darrah
Rajasthan Keoladeo Siberian Cranes
Rajasthan Sariska
Sikkim Khangchendzonga Wild Ass, Himalayan Tahr
Tamil Nadu Guindy
Tamil Nadu Mudumalai
Tamil Nadu Mukurthi
Tamil Nadu Gulf of Mannar
Tamil Nadu Palani Hills
Tamil Nadu Indira Gandhi Lion Tailed Macaque,Dhole
Uttar Pradesh Dudhwa
Uttar Pradesh Nawabganj
Uttarakhand Corbett Tiger
Uttarakhand Gangotri
Uttarakhand Nanda Devi
Uttarakhand Rajaji Asian Elephant, Bengal Tiger
Uttarakhand Govind
Uttarakhand Valley of Flowers Asiatic black bear
West Bengal Gorumara
West Bengal Neora Valley
West Bengal Buxa
West Bengal Singalila
West Bengal Jaldapara
West Bengal Sundarbans Royal Bengal Tiger