India is a country where a large a area is dedicated for forests.Some forests are now became reserves for those animals whose population is decreasing in enormous way by the time.Many of them are very much popular such as Jim corbett National Park near Nainital but many of them are not too much popular even in India but they are the home of many unknown,unique species of animals,birds and plantations.Lets have a look at some of them.

Gir National Park,Gujrat-

Gir National park have more then 523 Lions and more then 300 Leopards.Along with these this park have majorly 2 species of deer including Sambhar the Indian deer. Chawsingha is another major attraction of this place.Its the only species of four horned deer in the world.Jackal,Hyena and the Indian fox are some attraction of this place.

Kishtwar National Park,Jammu & Kashmir-

Kishtwar National Park, is located in the district of Doda and is about 40 kilometers from the Kishtwar town. This national park is surrounded by Rinnay River in the north, Kibar Nala catchments in the southern part, the Great Himalaya in the east and Marwa River in the west. It is located at the high altitude of 1,700 meters to 4,800 meters. You can go trekking along the paths of the Kishtwar National Park, Jammu and Kashmir. Enjoy the natural beauty and breathtaking scenic beauty in this national park.

Balphakram National Park,Meghalaya-

Balphakram National Park, Meghalaya is one of the well known national parks in India. It is home to wide species of plants and animals and is located in the midst of the Garo Hills in Meghalaya. It is around 3000 meters above sea level. The Balphakram National Park, Meghalaya attracts both tourists and nature lovers from all over the world.Balphakram National Park in Meghalaya is popularly known as “abode of perpetual winds” and also the “land of spirits.” The national park is full of sprawling vegetation consisting of sub tropical and deciduous trees.

Great Himalayan National Park,Himachal Pradesh-

The Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP), located in the state of Himachal Pradesh lies within the Parvati valley of Kulu division. Its boundaries are also contiguous with the Pin Valley National Park.
The Park supports a rich diversity of flora and fauna including mammals like Musk Deer, Himalayan Tahr, Bharal or Blue Sheep. The lower hills are home to both Serow and Ghoral. Snow Leopard is present in the Park, as are Himalayan Black and Brown Bear.

Sariska National Park,Rajasthan-

Sariska National Park, Rajasthan, which covers a total area of 800 square kilometers, is one of the most popular national parks in Rajasthan. Positioned amidst the Aravali Hills, Sariska National Park, Rajasthan is the ideal destination for the nature lovers. If you are planning to visit this national park, the best time for it can be either October – June or January – February. The Sariska was affirmed a sanctuary in the year of 1955 and has been recognized as the National Park in the year of 1979.