India: India: Three new national parks, seven national parks map

Three new National Parks in India, three new national forests in India and seven national wildlife sanctuaries have been added to the World Heritage list.

The three new National Parkes (Gangaram, Kurukshetra and Puri) were identified in the new National Geographic’s Global Forest Atlas 2016.

The other two are: Rajasthan (Nagaland) and Punjab (Pakistan).

The National Parks have a total area of nearly 17,500 sq km and the National Forest has a total of 1,731 sq km.

The National Wildlife Sanctuary (Kuruksotra) has a number of species and is also a national monument.

The forest sanctuary of the Punjab National Park has a population of about 40,000.

The two National Wildlife Sanctuaries of Kurupsutra and Puriyadam have a population around 1,500 and 600, respectively.

National Parks and National Forest sanctuities are areas of national significance and the designation of these areas as World Heritage has been made possible by the World Bank and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).

According to the National Geographic map, there are more than 4,500 national parks and forest sanctuations in India with over 4,000 national parks in total.

The total area covered by these protected areas is over 14,600 sq km or approximately 19% of the country’s land area.

According to a World Wildlife Fund (WWF) press release, “It is the world’s largest forest.

This includes a number that are national parks with a combined area of almost 17,000 sq km, and some of the world ‘tourist hotspots’.

These include the world-famous Boreal Forest, the iconic Indian Himalayas, and the famed Kumbh Mela in the Himalayastan region.”

The National Geographic World Heritage List is a global list of the World’s most significant natural and cultural sites.

The list also features some of nature’s most spectacular natural and archaeological sites.

The National Park and National Wildlife Conservation Authority of India is the only government body that is responsible for management of the national parks.

The ministry manages the parks with the help of a team of park and wildlife experts from across the country.

The World Heritage Committee of India also works with the government departments and organisations to ensure the conservation of nature and its habitats.

The World Heritage Commission of India has also issued a statement on the World Conservation Day of April 24.