Mrugavani National Park

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In a world where technology and modernism are demanding more and more of the Earth’s space and resources, it seems that national parks are fast becoming the last places of refuge for indigenous species of animals and plants in the world. Governments around the world are also starting to realize the importance of preserving these last bastions of wildlife sanctuary, and as such, have declared them off-limits to human and civilization encroachment. It is a very good decision, as national parks are also among a country’s prime tourist attractions.
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KBR National Park

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Hyderabad is a city that has seen a surge of progress and growth in the past ten or so years. Thanks in part to the decision of the Telangana government to make Hyderabad the next cybercity of the new millennium, Hyderabad has become a progressive jungle of concrete and steel, steadily climbing the ladder of global recognition. What’s even more surprising is the fact within this jungle of noise and buildings and modernization, there lies another jungle that is the complete antithesis of the megacity: one that is teeming with life that is more primal and uncivilized and yet, exotically beautiful. This place is called the Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park, or commonly abbreviated as KBR National Park, and no tourist of Hyderabad should ever visit the city without checking the park out.
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Mahavir Harina Vanasthali

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In this day and age of technological advancement and modern civilization, one of the more pressing serious trade-offs man has to make in exchange for progress is the rapid decline of forests and the countryside. As a result, several species of wildlife are facing extinction and rarity. In the face of this alarming concern, governments around the world have started to save what they can in order to preserve the beauty and balance of nature and the ecosystem. Thus, wildlife reserves and national parks are born. They are declared and owned by a country’s national government and are protected from urban development and pollution. They are, in a sense, the last sanctuary for Mother Nature.
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