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Gir forest


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It's about Gir forest, and its environment,people,trees,and animals.

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Gir forest

  1. 1. Gir Forest About 1. Coverage 2. Animal – count 3. Types of people 4. Types of trees 5. Government doing save the forest
  2. 2. Coverage 1. The gir forest national park and wildlife sanctuary (also known as sasan-gir) is a forest and wildlife sanctuary in gujarat, india. 2. Established in 1965, with a total area of 1412 km² (about 258 km² for the fully protected area (the national park) and 1153 km² for the sanctuary), the park is located 65 km to the south- east of junagadh and 60 km to south west of amreli. 3. The seven major perennial rivers of the gir region are hiran, shetrunji, datardi, shingoda, machhundri, godavari and raval. The four reservoirs of the area are at four dams, one each on hiran, machhundri, raval and shingoda rivers, including the biggest reservoir in the area, the kamleshwar dam, dubbed 'the lifeline of gir'.
  4. 4. Types Of People Maldharis Gir People Maldharis People, an idiom which is commonly used for Muslims and Hindu idyllic groups in Gir.Maldharis gir live in conventional settlements which are known as nesses and tend cows, Jafrabadi buffalos and other domestic animals. Others people contains goats, camels, sheep, etc. Sorathi Rabari is usually the best idyllic groups of Gir. During the monsoon season, the Maldhari generally return to their home villages as more new grass grows closer to home during the rains. For villages in some areas, weddings are traditionally held just one day each year, on the date of the lord Krishna's birthday Krishna Janmashtami, which falls in the midst of the monsoon. People of Gir Forest Many people of Gir forest came from African Countries as slaves, labour, mercenaries which belongs to Siddis community.Nagarshi Pir is an important holy place for Siddi community at Jhambur. Some of villages of Siddhis which are famous for their dances and performances.Information on Gir Forest let you know that these people follows nonflexible culture. In the village of Sirvan are the inhabitants for Siddhi.Nowdays,these Siddi chase a small number of original traditions with the omission of Damal Dance which are derivative of Ngoma drumming and dance form of Africa.
  5. 5. Types Of Trees Teak Tree Edible Gum Ghost Tree Teak Tree Edible Gum Ghost Tree
  6. 6. Government Doing Save The Forest India acts to save Asiatic lion by moving it . 1. For over 18 years, conservationists have been attempting to move a pride of Gir lions to the Kuno sanctuary in the state of Madhya Pradesh. 2. Finally, on 15 April, after eight years of litigation, the Supreme Court of India cleared the translocation of the lions, though it said an emphatic no to the cheetahs. Now the reluctant Gujarat government is considering filing a review petition, even as angry locals protest the translocation, some even threatening to kill themselves.