SHOOTING CHANGA MANGA FOREST BY AHMAD TARIQ BHATTI
BRIEF INTRODUCTIONChanga Manga forest is one of the largest man-planned and man-grown forests in the world. It is located approximately70 kilometers in the South of Lahore. It covers an area of 48.6 square kilometers (12,000 acres).The planting and irrigation of the land took place in 1890 ADby the British to provide for the fuel needs of Indian Railways Network. The most common species of trees found in the forest areDalbergia Sissoo (Sheesham), Acacia Nilotica (Kikar), Morus Alba (White Mulberry), Eucalyptus (Safaidah) and other Populus species.
THANK YOU! Important notePhotos used in the presentation are taken on 08/10/12.