Important Awards and their Fields Hello Friends,
we have seen in most of the exam one question is asking from Awards and their Fields name. So we have provided you Important Awards and their Fields list for upcoming exams like – RBI, RRB, IBPS , FCI, SSC CGL, IRDAI, UIIC, OICL and many more upcoming exams.
1. Bharat Ratna – It is the highest civilian award of the India. The award was given for outstanding achievements in the arts, literature, science and public services but the government expanded the criteria to include “any field of human endeavour”. The number of annual awards is restricted to a maximum of three in a particular year.
2. Padma Awards – Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan and Padma Shri awards are for exceptional and distinguished service in any field including service rendered by Government servants.
3. Gallantry Awards – Param Vir Chakra (PVC), Ashok Chakra, Shaurya Chakra are given for appreciating the brave and gallant.
4. Nobel Prize – The Nobel Prize is widely regarded as the most prestigious award available in the fields of literature, medicine, physics, chemistry, peace, and economics.
5. Booker Prize – Literature
It is an annual award for the best original novel, written in the English language, and published in the UK literary award.
6. Vyas Samman – Literature
Vyas Samman is awarded annually by the K.K. Birla Foundation in recognition of the Hindi literary work published in past 10 years.
7. Moorti Devi Award – Literature
The Moortidevi Award is an annual literary award in India presented by the Bharatiya Jnanpith organization for a work which emphasizes Indian philosophy and culture.
8. Saraswati Samman – Literature
The award was instituted in 1991 by the K. K. Birla Foundation. It is an annual award given for outstanding prose or poetry literary works in any 22 Indian languages.
9. Jnanpith award – Literature
The award was instituted in 1961 and it is It is presented by the Bharatiya Jnanpith, a trust founded by the Sahu Jain family, the publishers of the newspaper The Times of India. It is an annual award given for outstanding prose or poetry literary works in any 22 Indian languages.
10. Bihari Puraskar – Literature
Bihari Puraskar is a literary award instituted by K. K. Birla Foundation. The award is named after the famous Hindi poet Bihari and is awarded to an outstanding work published in Hindi or Rajasthani by a Rajasthani writer.
11. The Oscar/Academy Awards – Films
This is an annual American awards ceremony honoring cinematic achievements in the film industry.
12. Dadasaheb Phalke Award – Cinema/Films
The Dadasaheb Phalke Award is India’s highest award in cinema. It is presented annually at the National Film Awards ceremony by the Directorate of Film Festivals, an organisation set up by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.
13. Arjuna Award – outstanding performance from the sports persons in sports and games.
The Government has modified the format of Arjuna Award very recently and as per the revised schematic guidelines a sports person must have very good consistent performances for the previous 3 years at the international level to be considered as eligible for the Award.
14. Dronacharya Award – Eminent coaches of any particular sport
The award is named after the very famous archery coach, mentioned in the epic of India known as the Mahabharata. This very award is not related with the sports persons who are still playing in the field; instead this is related to those eminent coaches of any particular sport.
15. Dhyan Chand Award – The award that is given to the veteran sports persons of India for their lifetime achievement in their respective field of sport is named as the Dhyan Chand Award for Life Time Achievement in Sports and Games.
16. Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award – The Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna is the highest honour bestowed to a sports person for his/her achievements in India.
17. Stirling Prize – Architecture
The Royal Institute of British Architects Stirling Prize is a British prize for excellence in architecture.
18. Aga Khan Award – Architecture
The Aga Khan Award for Architecture (AKAA) is an architectural prize established by Aga Khan IV in 1977. It aims to identify and reward architectural concepts that successfully address the needs and aspirations of Islamic societies in the fields of contemporary design, social housing, community development and improvement.
19. Pritzker Prize – Architecture
The Pritzker Architecture Prize is awarded annually “to honor a living architect.
20. Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize – Science & Technology
The Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize for Science and Technology (SSB) is a science award in India given annually by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) for notable and outstanding research, applied or fundamental, in biology, chemistry, environmental science, engineering, mathematics, medicine and Physics.
21. Kalinga Prize – Science
The Kalinga Prize for the Popularization of Science is an award given by UNESCO for exceptional skill in presenting scientific ideas to lay people.
22. Grammy Award – Music
A Grammy Award, or Grammy, is an accolade by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States to recognize outstanding achievement in the music industry.
23. Abel Prize – Mathematics
The Abel Prize is an international prize awarded annually by the Government of Norway to one or more outstanding mathematicians.
24. International Gandhi Peace Prize – This award is given to individuals and institutions for their contributions towards social, economic and political revolution through non-violence and Gandhian philosophy. The award carries Rs. 10 million in cash.
25. Lal Bahadur Shastri National Award – This is for Excellence in Public Administration, Academics and Management.
26. Green Star Awards – The Green Star Awards recognize those who have made extraordinary efforts to respond to environmental disasters around the world.
27. Magsaysay Award – Public Service, Leadership, Journalism, Literature,creative arts and international understanding.
28. Pulitzer Prize – The Pulitzer Prize is an award for achievements in newspaper and online journalism, literature, and musical composition in the United States.
29. Sahitya Akademi Award – Books in Indian Languages and English.
30. Manthan Award – It is an initiative in India to recognize the best practices in e-Content and Creativity.
31. FiFi Awards – The FiFi Awards honor the fragrance industry’s creative achievements.
32. Sangeet-Natak Akademi Award – Music, dance and Drama.
33. BAFTA Awards – Television, Films, Video Games and Animation.
State-Wise List of Festivals/Fairs in India we have compiled the List of Festivals/Fairs in India and provided in a PDF Format. We hope, it will help you in Competitive exams.
Andhra Pradesh :
Pitr-Paksha- Mahalaya Amavasya, Noopuraraavam ,All India Industrial Exhibition (Numaish), Bhishma Ekadasi, Deccan Festival, Telugu New Year, Ugadi (Gudi Padwa), Sri Rama Navami Festival, Vinayaka Chaturthi, Durga Festival, Nagula Chavithi.
Magh or Bhogali Bihu, Dehing Patkai Festival, Elephant Festival, Pragjyothi International Dance Festival, Bohag Bihu, Bihu.
Andaman and Nicobar :
Island Tourism Festival, Swami Vivekananda Jayanti, Reh – Idu Festival.
Arunachal Pradesh :
Boori Boot – Nyishi, Hill Miris Festival, Losar – Monpa Festival, Tamladu – Idu-Mishmi tribe, Oriah – Wancho tribe, Ali-Aye Ligang – Mishing tribe, Nyokum – Nishi Festival, Mopin – Adi Festival, Pongtu -Tutsa tribe, Sanken – Khampti and Singhpo tribe, Moh or Mol – Tangsa tribe, Dree – Apatani Festival, Solung – Adi Festival, Chalo Loku – Nocte tribe.
Rajgir Dance Festival, Chhath Puja, Sonepur Cattle Fair.
Daman and Diu :
National Tribal art & Food Festival, Monsoon Magic Festival, Heritage Festival, Nariyela Poornima.
Dadra and Nagar Haveli :
Delhi Book Fair, Taj Mahotsav, Garden Tourism Festival, Mango Festival.
Kutch Festival / Kutch Rann Utsav, Paragliding Festival, Saptak Music Festival, Pravasi Bharatiya Divas, Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, Uttarayan Kite Festival, Modhera Dance Festival(Uttarardh Mahotsav), Vad Fest, Global Bird Watchers Conference, Bhavnath Fair, Great Indian Heritage Fest, Dangs Darbar, Kavant Fair, Chaitra Navratri, Chitra Vichitra Fair, Mango Festival, Monsoon Festival, Tarnetar Fair (Temple of Shiva or Trinetreshwar), Bhadrapada Purnima (Ambaji), Beach Festival, Shamlaji Fair, Vautha Fair.
Sunburn Festival, Zatra at Cansaulin, Goa Carnival, Feast of Sacred Heart of Jesus, Sao Joao, Feast of Assumption of our Lady, Feast of Three Kings, Gokulashtami, Chovoth, Ladainha or Ladin, Feast of St Francis Xavier, Feast of Immaculate Conception, Goa Liberation Day.
Surajkund Craft Mela, Guru Ravidas’s Birthday, Shaheedi Diwas of Bhagat Singh, Rajguru & Sukhedev, Baisakhi Festival, Maharana Pratap Jayanthi, Sant Kabir Jayanthi, Haryana Heroes Martyrdom Day, Maharaja Agrasen Jayanti, Haryana Day, Shaheed Udham Singh’s Birthday.
Himachal Pradesh :
Losar, Himachal Day, Rakhadumni – Rakhi.
Jammu and Kashmir :
Leh Sindhu Darshan, Kashmir Lavender Festival, 33rd Kalachakra, Guru Tse-Chu, Vikram Samvat, Wanchuk, Galdan Namchot, Lohri, Spitok Gustor Zanskar, Spituk Gustor, Basant Panchmi, Dosmochey Festival, Yargon Tungshak, Guru Tse-Chu, Stok Guru Tsechu, Matho Nagrang, Nagrang, Shab-e-Miraj, Yuru Kabgyat, Hemis Festival, Shachukul Gustor, Zanskar Karsha Gustor, Phyang Tsedup, Korzok Gustor, Dak-Thok Tse-Chu, Sakti Tse-Chu, Naszal, Ladakh Festival, Navratri, Thiksay Gustor,Chemrey Angchok, Galdan Namchot, Losar (New Year).
Makar Sankramana, Pattadakal Dance Festival, Gudi Padva or Ugadi, Naga Panchami.
Swathi Sangeethotsavam, Arthunkal Perunnal, Sabarimala Makaravilakku, Kanjiramattom Nercha, Nishagandhi Festival, Ernakulathappan Utsavam, Pattambi Nercha, Thaipooyam, Thaipooya Mahotsavam, Maramon Convention, Machattu Mamangam, Pariyanampetta Pooram, Adoor Gajamela, Kuttikkol Thampuratty Theyyam, Uthralikavu Pooram, Chettikulangara Bharani, Guruvayoor Utsavam, Chittur Kongan Pada, Chinakkathoor Pooram, Attukal Pongala, Parippally Gajamela, Thirunakkara Arattu, Attuvela Mahotsavam, Kodungalloor Bharani, Malanada Kettukazhcha, Arattupuzha Pooram, Nenmara Vallangi Vela, Feast Malayattoor Church, Kadammanitta Padayani, Vishu, Feast at Edathua Church, Thrissur Pooram, Kottiyoor Utsavam, Champakulam Boat Race, Nehru Trophy Boat Race, Thripunithura Athachamayam, Onam, Payippad Boat Race, Aranmula Boat Race, Pulikali, Feast at Manarcad, Neelamperoor Padayani, Vallarpadam Thirunal, Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi, Amrithanandamayi Birthday, Sree Narayana Guru Jayanthi, Soorya Music Festival, Soorya Dance Festival, Mannarasala Ayilyam, Feast at Parumala, Chembai Sangeetholsavam, Kalpathi Ratholsavam, Vaikathashtami Festival, Perumthitta Tharavad Kottamkuzhy, Kochi Biennale, Cochin Carnival, Theyyam at Kanathoor.
Madhya Pradesh :
Tejaji Fair, Khajuraho Dance Festival.
Kalidas Festival, Bird fest, Chikoo Utsav, Nag Panchami.
Bob Dylan Festival, Ahaia Festival.
Moatsu Festival, Hornbill Festival.
Savitri Amavasya, Mukteswar Dance Festival, Sattila Ekadasi, Rajarani Music Festival, Bhaimi Ekadasi, Magha Purnima, Puri Beach Festival, Kumbha Sankranti, Pankoddhar Ekadasi, Konark Dance Festival, Phagu Dasami, Papanasini Ekadasi, Dola Purnima, Meena Sankranti, Papamochani Ekadasi, Chaitra Amavasya, Rama Navami, Kamada Ekadasi, Pana Sankranti, Baruthini Ekadasi, Chandan Yatra, Akshaya Tritiya, Mohini Ekadasi, Jala Krida Ekadasi, Brusha Sankranti, Sudasha Brata, Raja Sankranti, Rath Yatra, Bada Ekadasi, Bahuda Yatra, Singha Sankranti, Khudurukuni Osha, Gamha Purnima, Bali Trutiya, Kanya Sankranti, Rushi Panchami, Saraswati Puja, Garbhana Sankranti, Mahastami, Kumarotstaba Purnima,
Kartik Purnima, Bichha Sankranti, Awala Navami, Konark Festival, International Sand Art Festival, Prathamastami, Manabasa – Gurubar Osha, Dhanu Sankranti.
Muktsar Fair, Lohri, Pracheen Kala Kendra Nritya and Sangeet Sammelan, Baisakhi, Guru Parab- Guru Nanak’s Birthday.
International Yoga festival.
Bikaner Camel Festival, Jaipur Literature Festival, Nagaur Fair/Ramdeoji cattle fair, Beneshwar Fair, Desert Festival, Braj Festival, Shekhawati Festival, Jambheshwar Fair, Elephant Festival, Gangaur Festival, Mewar Spring Festival, Rajasthan Day Celebration, Mahaveerji Fair, Jodhpur Flamenco and Gypsy Festival (JFG), Summer Festival,
Urs Fair, Teej Festival, Kajli Teej Festival, Kota Dussehra, Marwar Festival, Galiyakot Urs, Pushkar Camel Fair, Kolayat Fair (Kapil Muni Fair), Chandrabhaga Fair, Matasya Festival, Bundi Utsav, Winter Festival.
Saga Dawa, Drupka Tseshi, Lakshmi Puja, Lhabab Duechen, Kagyat Dance, Losoong Sikkimese, Maghe Sankranti Sanhamole,
Losar Tibetan, International Flower Festival, Guru Rimpoche’s Birthday, Pang Lhabsol.
Tamil Nadu :
Kambam Festival, Chennai Dance Festival (December Season), Chennai Music Festival (December Season), Arudra Darisanam / Thiruvathirai, Thyagaraja Aradhana, Bhogi Pongal, Surya Pongal, Mattu Pongal, Jallikattu Festival, Thiruvalluvar day, India International Leather Fair, Thaipusam, Natyanjali Festival, Tamil New Year, Velankanni Church Festival, Mamallapuram Dance Festival.
Rabindra / Nazrul Jayanthi, Kharchi Puja, Ker Puja, Diwali Festival.
Magh Mela, Uttarayani Mela, International Yoga Week.
Uttar Pradesh :
Ayurveda Jhansi Mahotsav, Kailash Fair, Ayudha Puja, Nag Nathaiya, Deva Mela Ramayan Mela Ayodhya, Kumbh Mela, Magh Mela, Dhrupad Mela, Lathmar Holi, Sheetala Ashtami, Sankat Mochan Music Festival, Ganga Dussehras, Sri Krishna Janmashtami, Ram Leela, Matki Leela, Ganga Mahotsav, Dev Deepavali.
West Bengal :
Kenduli Mela, Gangasagar Mela, Dover Lane Music Conference, Birthday of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Vasant Panchami, Birthday of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, Bengali Nava Barsha, Rabindra Jayanti, Durga Puja, Nandikar National Theatre Festival, Vishnupur (Bishnupur Festival).
List of Folk & Classical Dance Form in India – StateWise Here we have provided some important dance in India.Now a days , questions are asked from dance forms of different states in India. Given below detail will be helpful for your upcoming competitive exams.
|State||Classical Dance form||Tribal and folk dances|
|Arunachal Pradesh||Bardo Chham|
|Lion and Peacock dance|
|Jata Jatni Bidpada|
|Faguna or Fag|
|Garba Lasya Nritya|
|Gogaji or Gugga dance|
|Jammu and Kashmir||Dumhal|
|Madhya Pradesh||Grida dance|
|Gaur maria dance|
|Mizoram||Chiraw (Bamboo Dance)|
|Nagaland||Chang Lo (Sua Lua)|
|Poikal Kudirai Attam|
|Parai Attam or Thappattam|
|Paampu attam or Snake Dance|
|Uttar Pradesh||Mayur Nritya|
|Dadra and Nagar Haveli||Tarpa Dance|
Indian Airways At A Glance An airway is defined as the corridor that connects one specified location to another at a specified altitude, along which an aircraft that meets the requirements of the airway may be flown.
First in Airways:
- First commercial civil aviation flight took place between Allahabad and Naini in 1911 – 6 miles .This is considered to be the world’s first airmail service
- First International flight introduced between London -Karachi – Delhi flight in 1912
- First flight flew between Karachi and Bombay by JRD Tata In 1932
- First civil aviation airport was formed in 1928 at Juhu, Mumbai
- India’s first airline is Imperial Airways
- First aircraft the Harlow trainer was rolled out for test flight in 1941
- First Director general of Civil Aviation(DGCA)-Lt.Col. Shelmerdine in 1931
- First International services flight between Bombay and London via Cairo and Geneva started in 1948
- First Civil Helicopter Services introduced in 1953
- East-West Airlines was the first scheduled private airline in 1991
- IC 814 flight of Indian Airlines was hijacked to Kandahar in 1999
- Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata was the India’s first licensed pilot in 1929.
- Sarla Thakral. Sarla Thakralwas the first Indian woman pilot license in 1936
- First Boeing all-women crew flight commanded by Captain Saudamini Deshmukh on September 1989
- First youngest pilot Captain Nivedita Bhasin(26) of Indian Airlines in 1990
- First woman commercial pilot Prem Mathur flying for Deccan Airways in 1948
- First Asian airline Boeing 707–420(Gauri Shankar) inducted a jet aircraft in its flee in 1960
- First national level private airline East West Airlines to operate in the country after 37 years in 1990
Some Important facts :
India crowned world’s fastest growing aviation market in 2015 by the International Air Transport Association (IATA)
- India is the ninth largest civil aviation market in the world with a market size of $16 billion and aims to become the 3rd largest market by 2020
- Bangalore is the aviation manufacturing hub in India(65%)
- Three largest airline in India in terms of passengers – IndiGo, Jet Airways and Indian Airlines
- Air Corporations Act was passed by Indian Parliament in 1953
- International Airports Authority of India (IAAI) was constituted in 1972
- National Airports Authority was constituted in 1986.
- Eight companies were in service within and outside the country at the time of independence, namely Tata Airlines, Indian National Airways, Air service of India, Deccan Airways, Ambica Airways, Bharat Airways and Mistry Airwa
- Air India is commended in the Guinnes Book of World Records for the largest evacuation effort by a civil before the first Gulf War in 1990
- India’s first ever budget airline Air Deccan begins operations on 25th August. The first flight is from Bangalore to Mangalore.
- Indian Airlines was rebranded as Indian in 2005
- The Regional Airlines Policy was announced in 2007
- The path breaking Greenfield Airport Policy of the Government was announced in 2008
- AERA was established to regulate the economic aspects of airports. It is an autonomous body set up by an Act of Parliament in 2009
- Airport Economic Regulatory Authority Appellate Tribunal (AERAAT) was established in 2010
- The real ‘Airlift’: Air India’s rescue mission in Kuwait won it a place in Guinness Records in 2016
List of Hijackings:
- Indian Airlines plane Fokker F27 Friendship aircraft named Ganga on its way from Srinagar to Jammu was hijacked by Hashim Quereshi and Ashraf Quereshi of the JKLF on 1971 January 30
- Delhi-Jaipur-Mumbai flight (IC 491) was commandeered and taken to Lahore where the hijackers were overpowered on September 10,1976.
- Devendra Nath Pandey and Bhola Nath Pandey hijacked Indian Airlinesflight IC-410 as it flew over Aligarh, to protest the imprisonment of Indira Gandhi by the Janata Party government on December 20, 1978.
- An Indian airlines plane Jetliner (Boeing 737) on flight from Srinagar to Delhi is hijacked by Sikh Terrorists and taken to Lahore on September 29, 1981
- Boeing 737 a scheduled flight from Bombay to New Delhi hijacked on August 22, 1982
- An Indian Airlines flight from Jodhpur to Delhi was hijacked. The hijacked plane landed at Amritsar in 1982
- 1984 July 6 – An Indian Airlines jet carrying 255 passengers and a crew of nine on flight from Srinagar to New Delhi was hijacked and forced to land in Lahore, Pakistan.The hijackers were reported to be armed with pistols, daggers and explosives. The hijackers’ surrender to Pakistan authorities ended a 17- hour ordeal for the plane’s passengers and crew, who remained aboard the A-300 Airbus in suffocating heat, with little food and water.
- An Indian Airlines flight IC 405 from Pathankot to Lahore was hijacked between Srinagar and Mumbai on July 1984
- Seven young hijackers demanded an Indian Airlines jetliner, on a domestic flight from Chandigarh to Srinagar to be flown to the United States. The plane was taken to Lahore and then to Karachi and finally to Dubai where the defense minister of UAE negotiated the release of the passengers on 1984 August 24
- TheAir India 182 Kanishka from Toronto via Montreal and London to New Delhi exploded off the coast of Ireland on June 23, 1985 by Inderjit Singh Reyat
- A Patna-Lucknow-Delh iIndian Airlines flight IC-810 was hijacked by Satish Chandra Pandey on Jan 22, 1993
- Indian Airlines Flight IC427 hijacked between April 24 and April 25, 1993. Commandos from the National Security Guard (NSG) by Mohammed Yousuf Shah. The rescue was code-named Operation Ashwamedh.
- Indian Airlines Lucknow-Delhi Flight IC-436 was hijacked by four college students of the Lucknow Arts College seeking to postpone their college exams in April 1993
- A Delhi – ChennaiAir India Airbus 320 was hijacked by a man who wanted Marathwada University to be renamed after Dr B R Ambedkar on January 13th, 1994.
- Indian Airlines Flight 814 known as IC 814 was an Indian Airlines Airbus A300 en route from Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal to Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, hijacked on 24 December 1999 by Harkat-ul-Mujahideen
International Airports of India
|Name of the Airport||City||State|
|Veer Savarkar International Airport||Port Blair||Andaman and Nicobar Islands|
|Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport||Guwahati||Assam|
|Indira Gandhi International Airport||New Delhi||Delhi|
|Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport||Ahmedabad||Gujarat|
|Kempegowda International Airport||Bengaluru||Karnataka|
|Cochin International Airport||Kochi||Kerala|
|Calicut International Airport||Kozhikode||Kerala|
|Trivandrum International Airport||Thiruvananthapuram||Kerala|
|Raja Bhoj Airport||Bhopal||Madhya Pradesh|
|Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport||Indore||Madhya Pradesh|
|Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport||Mumbai||Maharashtra|
|Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport||Nagpur||Maharashtra|
|Zaruki International Airport||Shillong||Meghalaya|
|Biju Patnaik International Airport||Bhubaneshwar||Odisha|
|Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport||Amristar||Punjab|
|Jaipur International Airport||Jaipur||Rajasthan|
|Chennai International Airport||Chennai||Tamil Nadu|
|Civil Aerodrome||Coimbatore||Tamil Nadu|
|Tiruchirapalli International Airport||Tiruchirappalli||Tamil Nadu|
|Rajiv Gandhi International Airport||Hyderabad||Telangana|
|Chaudhary Charan Singh Airport||Lucknow||Uttar Pradesh|
|Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport||Varanasi||Uttar Pradesh|
|Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport||Kolkata||West Bengal|
|Donakonda Airport||Donakonda||Andhra Pradesh|
|Cuddapah Airport||Kadapa||Andhra Pradesh|
|Daporijo Airport||Daporijo||Arunachal Pradesh|
|Tezu Airport||Tezu||Arunachal Pradesh|
|Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Airport||Patna||Bihar|
|Swami Vivekananda Airport||Raipur||Chhattisgarh|
|Diu Airport||Diu||Daman and Diu|
|Gaggal Airport||Kangra||Himachal Pradesh|
|Shimla Airport||Shimla||Himachal Pradesh|
|Bhuntar Airport||Kullu||Himachal Pradesh|
|Jammu Airport||Jammu||Jammu & Kashmir|
|Birsa Munda Airport||Ranchi||Jharkhand|
|Gwalior Airport||Gwalior||Madhya Pradesh|
|Jabalpur Airport||Jabalpur||Madhya Pradesh|
|Khajuraho Airport||Khajuraho||Madhya Pradesh|
|Khandwa Airport||Khandwa||Madhya Pradesh|
|Biju Patnaik Airport||Bhubaneswar||Orissa|
|Madurai Airport||Madurai||Tamil Nadu|
|Salem Airport||Salem||Tamil Nadu|
|Tuticorin Airport||Tuticorin||Tamil Nadu|
|Jolly Grant Airport||Dehradun||Uttrakhand|
|Balurghat Airport||Balurghat||West Bengal|
|Cooch Behar Airport||Cooch Behar||West Bengal|
|Warangal Airport||Warangal||Andhra Pradesh|
|Kannur International Airport||Kannur||Kerala|
|Navi Mumbai International Airport||Navi Mumbai||Maharashtra|
|Naini Saini Airport||Pithoragarh||Uttrakhand|
|Malda Airport||Malda||West Bengal|
Two types of fund provided by GOI
- Fresh Investment i.e. to build up airport from scratch
- Bangalore & Hyderabad Airports
- Renovation of old Airports
- Delhi & Mumbai Airports
Awards & Recognitions received by Indian Airports:
- World’s largest ‘charkha’ displaye at IGI airport
- Mangaluru Airport conferred as best in the country
- Cochin International Airport become India’s first green airport -world’s first solar powered airport
- Indira Gandhi International adjudged as world’s best airport in 2015
- Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) has won three international awards for 2015 year given by the Airports Council International (ACI).
- Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) has been named as the world’s number 1 position for the second consecutive year in 25-40 Million Passengers Per Annum (MPPA) category
Indira Gandhi International Airport to get India’s first body scanner
- Airports in Jaipur and Lucknow which are managed by the Airports Authority of India, have won the first and second place of the 2015 Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Awards
- Golden Peacock National Quality Award 2015 for Delhi Airport
- Kempegowda International Airport, Bangalore is India’s First to Receive Green Co Platinum Rating
Important Persons to know
- Guruprasad Mohapatra – Chairman of Airports Authority of India
- Pusapati Ashok Gajapathi Raju – Union Minister for Civil Aviation
Indian Railways At a Glance Dear Readers,we have collected some important information about Indian Railways. We hope, it will help you in Competitive exams.
Indian Railways is an Indian state-owned enterprise, owned and operated by the Government of India through the Ministry of Railways. It is one of the world’s largest railway networks comprising 115,000 km and 7,112 stations.
- Railways were first introduced to India in the year 1853 from Mumbai to Thane
- Indian Railways Nationalised in 1951
- The country’s first railway, built by the Great Indian Peninsula Railway
- The Indian railway system is the largest in Asia and fourth in the world based on rail transport network size after USA, China and Russia
- It is the biggest employer in the world and the largest single undertaking in the country
- It has the second biggest electrified system in the world after Russia
- Indian Railways is divided into 16 zones.which are further sub-divided into 68 divisions
- Each zone is headed by a general manager
|Southern||14 April 1951||Chennai||Chennai, Tiruchirappalli, Madurai, and Salem, Palakkad,Thiruvananthapuram|
|Central||5 November 1951||Mumbai||Mumbai,CST, Bhusawal, Pune, Solapur and
|Western||5 November 1951||Mumbai||Mumbai,Central, Ratlam, Ahmedabad, Rajkot,
Bhavnagar and Vadodara
|Eastern||14 April 1952||Kolkata||Howrah, Sealdah, Asansol and Malda Town|
|Northern||14 April 1952||Delhi||Delhi, Ambala, Firozpur, Lucknow and
|North Eastern||14 April 1952||Gorakhpur||Izzatnagar, Lucknow and Varanasi|
|South Eastern||1955||Kolkata||Adra, Chakradharpur, Kharagpur and Ranchi|
|Northeast Frontier||15 January 1958||Maligaon||Alipurduar, Katihar, Rangia, Lumding and
|South Central||2 October 1966||Secunderabad||Vijayawada, Secunderabad, Guntakal, Guntur,
Hyderabad and Nanded
|East Central||1 October 2002||Hajipur||Danapur, Dhanbad, Mughalsarai, Samastipur
|North Western||1 October 2002||Jaipur||Jaipur, Ajmer, Bikaner and Jodhpur|
|East Coast||1 April 2003||Bhubaneswar||Khurda Road, Sambalpur and Visakhapatnam|
|North Central||1 April 2003||Allahabad||Allahabad, Agra and Jhansi|
|South East Central||1 April 2003||Bilaspur||Bilaspur, Raipur and Nagpur|
|South Western||1 April 2003||Hubli||Hubli, Bangalore, Mysore and Gulbarga|
|West Central||1 April 2003||Jabalpur||Jabalpur, Bhopal and Kota|
- Track – Distance between rails
- Broad Gauge – 1676mm
- Metre Gauge – 1000mm
- Narrow Gauge – 762mm/610mm
|Name of the Unit||Location|
|Chittaranjan Locomotive Works||Chittaranjan, West Bengal|
|Central Organisation for Railway Electrification||Allahabad, UP|
|Diesel Locomotive Works||Varanasi, UP|
|Diesel Loco Modernisation Works||Patiala, Punjab|
|Integral Coach Factory||Chennai, Tamil Nadu|
|Rail Coach Factory||Kapurthala, Punjab|
|Rail Wheel Factory||Bangalore, Karnataka|
|Rail Coach Factory||Raebareli, UP|
|Rail Wheel Plant||Chhapra, Bihar|
|Diesel Component Factory||Dankuni, West Bengal|
Luxury Train routes
|Palace on Wheels||Rajasthan Tourism||Delhi-Jaipur-Sawai-Madhopur-Chittorgarh-Udaipur-Jaisalmer-Jodhpur-Bharatpur-Agra-Delhi|
|Deccan Odyssey||Maharashtra Tourism||New Delhi – Sawai Madhopur – Agra – Jaipur – Udaipur – Vadodara – Ellora Caves – Mumbai|
|The Golden Chariot||Karnataka Tourism||Bengaluru, Kabini, Mysore-Belur – Halebidu – Hampi – Badami –Goa – Bengaluru|
|Royal Rajasthan on Wheels||Rajasthan Tourism||Delhi – Jaipur – Jaisalmer – Jodhpur –Sawai – Madhopur – Chittorgarh – Udaipur – Bharatpur – Agra – Delhi|
Important Railway Committees
- Shahnawaz Committee – 1954, High Level Safety Review Committee
- Kanjaru Committee – 1962, Railway Accidents Committee
- Wahchoo Committee – 1968, Railway Safety Committee
- Seekari Committee – 1978, Railway Accidents Enquiry Committee
- Khanna Committee – 1998, Railway Safety Review Committee
- Arvind Panagariya committee – 2016 to fast-track bullet train project
Important facts about Railway:
- First train in India – Mumbai to Thane, With 400 passengers, this train completed its journey of 34 kms with the help of three engines–Sahib, Sindh and Sultan.
- Father of Indian Railway – Lord Dalhousie
- Fastest train – The Bhopal Shatabdi Express,1988,betweenAgra and New Delhi
- Slowest train in India- Nilgri Express,between Chennai and Mettupalayam
- First electric train – Deccan Queen, 1931,connects Mumbai with Pune .
- First double-decker train – Shatabdi train was flagged off in October 2011
- First air-conditioned double-decker train – Shatabdi train will run from Mumbai to Goa
- First underground railway (Metro Railway) – Kolkata Metro(1984)
- Largest Zone in Indian Railways – Northern Railway
- A platform surrounded by rail lines from all the four sides – Island platform
- First railway station – Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station in Mumbai.
- Longest running train -Vivek Express. It runs from Dibrugarh in upper Assam to Kanyakumari at the southern tip of Tamil Nadu.
- Longest railway platform –Gorakhpur railway station, Uttar Pradesh
- First A.C. train between Bombay and Baroda started – 1936
- First broad gauge super fast train – rajdhani express new delhi howrah 1stmarch 1969
- First metre gauge super fast train – pink city express new delhi jaipur 17thoct 1981
- First narrow gauge super fast train – shivalik deluxe express kalka – shimla 9thaug 1996
- First time table 1853 central india
- First stamp on indian railways 4 annas 10thdec 1936 by king george
- First ac train mumbai and baroda 1936
- First automatic signalling system 1928
- First railway book stall – 1877 allahabad wheeler & co ltd
- First wagon in india 1920 jessop & co., Kolkata
- First vestibuled train 1stjune 1930, deccan queen
- World’s first double decker train – 1862 bb&cir
- First railway tunnel of Indian railway -Parsik tunnel
- First rail minister after independence – John Mathai and before independence Asif Ali
- Countries there is no railway line – Lebanon,Mauritius reunion, Libya, Argentina, Afghanistan, Papua,New Guinea
- Trains that have placed in Guinness Book -Darjeeling Toy Train, Nilgiri Mountain Train Simla Toy Train, Mathenron Toy Train, Place on wheels Royal Orient, Buddha circular Express, Fairy Queen.
- Satpura Express numerical name 10001/10002 – run between Jabalpur and Balaghat
- Longest train -Prayagraj Express (26 Coaches, New Delhi–Allahabad)
- Highest Railway station in India – Similiguda (996.08 mt from sea level in the Valtair division of Southern–Eastern Railway)
- Highest river bridge manufactured under Konkan Railway – Panval River Rail bridge (64 mt. high)
- Division that has maximum number of tunnels – Kalka Simla division of Northern Railway (103 tunnels)
- Longest railway bridge of Indian railway – Railway bridge in Kerala near Kochchi joins Idapalli to Vallerpadma (Length 4.62 km)
- Last railway station of Northern Railway and Indian Railway – Bajalta
- Indian state has maximum rail routes – Uttar Pradesh
- Himsagar Express passes through – 11 States(Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Tamilnadu, Karnataka and Kerala)
- Railway station that has all the three rails -Dumdum Railway station (EMU rail service circular Railway and Metro Railway)
- Railway station has smallest name from the English alphabets -IB (Between Howrah–Nagpur)
- Railway station has longest name – Venkatanarsimharajuvaripeta (Tamilnadu)
- First female operator in Delhi Metro – Minakshi Sharma.
- First female to become the member of Railway Board – Vijaylaxmi Vishwanathan
- Longest platform situated – Khadagpur (West Bengal)
- Train only for women run – From Churchgate to Boriwali in Mumbai
- Metro Rail in Calcutta – 1984
- Railway week celebrated on 10–16April.
- 19 Railway Recruitment Boards are there in India
- First tourist rail – Palace on wheels in 1982 between Delhi–Jaipur
- Railway accident in the history of Indian Railway occurred in Morghat (Pure–Bombay root) on 5 January, 1869
- Longest rail route in India – from Dibrugarh (Assam) To Kanyakumari
- First monorail operate in India – From Sarhind to Alampur and Bhawani mandi to Patiala
- India’s first indigenous steam engine – F–734
- First longest railway tunnel situated between Monkey hill and Khandala (2100 mt)
- First telecommunication between guard and driver – Mumbai–New Delhi (Rajdhani Express)
- First Rajdhani Express ran between New Delhi–Howrah , 1969
- First DC electrical rail engine – Lokmanya (CLW manufactured it in 1961)
- First computer reservation system start in New Delhi, 2002
- Biggest railway yard located in India-Itarasi (Madhya Pradesh)
- Southern Eastern Railway is known as ‘Blue chip’
- Metroman – Shridharan (Delhi Metro Rail Engineers)
- First Duranto Express ran between Sialdah and New Delhi 18 September, 2009
- Numbers of Indian railway used to be of 5 Digits from 20 December, 2010
- Busiest railway station in Indian-Lucknow (64 Trains everyday).
- First railway factory established in Jamalpur, 1890
- Train runs between India and Pakistan – Samjhauta Express, Thar Express
- Railway zone launched first Railway Time Table -Central Railway
- State with minimum rail routes – Manipur
- First blind friendly train, from Mysuru to Varanasi – Train no. 16226/ 16230.
Other Important Recent Facts :
- Dial 138 for medical emergency on train launched by Manoj Sinha, Minister of State for Railways.
- Golden Day in the history of Northeast – 10 August 2015
- Harsh Vardhan, Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu and Prakash Javadekar flagged off the special train(16 coaches) named Science Express Climate Action Special – “Climate Change” – 64 locations.
- Japan offered to finance India’s first bullet train with an estimated cost of Rs. 90000 crores – Mumbai and Ahmedabad with speed 300km/h and 350km/h.
- Delhi Metro’s bagged ranked first in“information during travel” and holds second position in “train cleanliness and comfort”.
- Japanese maglev fastest passenger train across the world, has broken an earlier speed record of 581 kmph as the train reached 603 kmph.
- First Compressed Natural Gas(CNG)flagged off – two trains(Rewari to Rohtak and Rewari to Bikaner station) from Haryana’s Rewari station.
- Mobile-‘m-Indicator’ launched for the safety of women-Mumbai suburban trains.
- Mumbai will get its 1st double-decker bridge on P D’Mello Road at CST that will have railway tracks and a motorway.
- India’s 1st railway-line built between Gandhidham and Tuna-Tekra Port under PPP model inaugurated in Gujarat.
- Union cabinet approved a proposal to redevelop 400 railway stations using a contract method called the “Swiss challenge”- 400 stations.
- Gatimaan Express,India’s 1st semi-high speed train service with supersonic calliber between Delhi and Agra at a speed of 160 kph
- India’s 1st Diesel Electric Multiple Unit(DEMU) train service with an air-conditioned coach is launched in Kochi – Ernakulam-Tripunithura-Piravom train service.
- 1st goods train from Lumding to Silchar in Assam-210Km.
- Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagged 1st train service from Thalaimannar to Madhu Road in Northern Sri Lanka.
- Indian Railways IRCTC Launched Ru-Pay pre-paid debit card-24th March 2015.
- Delhi & Tokyo may ink pact for India’s first Bullet Train – Mumbai and Ahmedabad.
- Diamond Quadtrilateral project – High speed rail connects Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkata and Delhi
- Current Railway Minister – Piyush Goyal (on 01-05-2018)
List of Tiger Reserves in India In India there are 48 tiger reserves,which are governed by Project Tiger and which is administered by National Tiger Conservation Authority.Tiger is India’s national Animal.
|Name of the State||Name of the Tiger Reserve|
|Assam||Kaziranga Tiger Reserve
Manas Tiger Reserve
Nameri Tiger Reserve
Orang Tiger Reserve
|Arunachal Pradesh||Namdapha Tiger Reserve
Pakhui Tiger Reserve
|Andhra Pradesh||Nagarjunsagar-Srisailam Tiger Reserve|
|Bihar||Valmiki National Park|
|Chhattisgarh||Achanakmar Tiger Reserve
Indravati Tiger Reserves
Udanti & Sitanadi Tiger Reserve
|Jharkhand||Palamau Tiger Reserve|
|Karnataka||Bandipur Tiger Reserve
Nagarhole Tiger Reserve
Bhadra Tiger Reserve
Anshi Dandeli Tiger Reserve
|Kerala||Periyar Tiger Reserve
Parambikulam Tiger Reserve
|Madhya Pradesh||Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve
Satpura Tiger Reserve
Kanha Tiger Reserve
Panna Tiger Reserve
Pench Tiger Reserve
Sanjay-Dubri Tiger Reserve
|Maharashtra||Melghat Tiger Reserve
Pench Tiger Reserve
Tadoba Andhari Tiger Project
Sahyadri Tiger reserve
Nagzira-Navegaon Tiger Reserve
Bor Tiger Reserve
|Mizoram||Dampa Tiger Reserve|
|Odisha||Satkosia Tiger Reserve
Simlipal Tiger Reserve
|Rajasthan||Mukundara Hills Tiger Reserve
Ranthambore Tiger Reserve
Sariska Tiger Reserve
|Tamil Nadu||Anamalai Tiger Reserve
Kalakkad Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve
Mudumalai Tiger Reserve
Sathyamangalam Tiger Reserve
|Telangana||Kawal Tiger Reserve
Nagarjunsagar-Srisailam Tiger Reserve
|Uttar Pradesh||Dudhwa Tiger Reserve
Pilibhit Tiger Reserve
|Uttarakhand||Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve
Rajaji National Park
|West Bengal||Buxa Tiger Reserve
Sunderbans Tiger Reserve
List of Important Indian Cities on Rivers Hello Readers, below is the list of all the major cities of India and the rivers which flow through the city or on the basin on which the city flourished. We hope, it will help you in Competitive exams.
|Name of the River||Name of the City|
|Daman Ganga River||Daman|
|Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati||Allahabad|
List of State Wise Lakes in India We have collected lis of important lakes in India. Now-a-days GA questions are asking from various section in different views. We hope, it will help you in Competitive exams.
Some Important Lakes :
Largest fresh water lakes in Asia & India – Wular Lake, kashmir
Largest artificial lake in Asia – Upper lake, Madhya Pradesh
Largest saline water lake in india – chika lake, orissa
Longest lake in India – Vembanad,kerala
Highest Lake in india – Cholamu Lake,Sikkim
|Name of the State||Name of the Lake|
|Andhra Pradesh||Kolleru Lake|
|Son Beel Lake|
|Himachal Pradesh||Brighu Lake|
|Dashair and Dhankar Lake|
|Kareri and Kumarwah lake|
|Seruvalsar and Manimahesh Lake|
|Blue Bird Lake|
|Jammu and Kashmir||Dal Lake|
|Padinjarechira, Thrissur city|
|Vadakkechira, Thrissur city|
|Madhya Pradesh||Bhoj Wetland|
|Sarang pani lake|
|Salim Ali Lake|
|Rajasthan||Ana Sagar Lake|
|Jal Mahal, Man Sagar lake|
|Sambhar Salt Lake|
|Fateh Sagar Lake|
|Uday sagar Lake|
|Telangana||Alwal Cheruvu Lake|
|Durgam Cheruvu (Secret Lake)|
|Tamil Nadu||Berijam Lake|
|Red Hills Lake|
|Uttar Pradesh||Amakhera Lake|
|Barua Sagar Tal|
|Chando Tal Lake|
|Ramgarh Tal Lake|
|Uttarakhand||Skeleton Lake (Roopkund Lake)|
|West Bengal||Debar Lake|
|East Calcutta Wetlands|
Wildlife Sanctuaries in India- State wise List Dear Readers & Aspirants, We collected some important wild life sanctuaries in state-wise and make it in table format. We Hope it will definitely help you for your upcoming Exams. All the Best My Dear Aspirants & Readers.
|Name of the State||Name of the Wildlife Sanctuary|
|Andaman and Nicobar Islands||Spike Island Wildlife Sanctuary
Lohabarrack Salt Water Crocodile Sanctuary
Defence Island Wildlife Sanctuary
Cinque Island Wildlife Sanctuary
Flat Island Wildlife Sanctuary
Barren Island Wildlife Sanctuary
|Andhra Pradesh||Gundla Brahmeswaram Wildlife Sanctuary
Rollapadu Wildlife Sanctuary
Papikonda Wildlife Sanctuary
Sri Lankamalleswara Wildlife Sanctuary
Koundinya Wildlife Sanctuary
Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary
Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary
Lanjamadugu Wildlife Sanctuary
Kambalakonda Wildlife Sanctuary
|Arunachal Pradesh||Pakhui Tiger Reserve
Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary
Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary
Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary
Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary
Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary
Sessa Orchid Sanctuary
Kane Wildlife Sanctuary
Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary
|Assam||Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary
Garampani Wildlife Sanctuary
Sonai Rupai Wildlife Sanctuary
Laokhowa Wildlife Sanctuary
Pabha Wildlife Sanctuary
Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary
|Bihar||Kaimur Wildlife Sanctuary
Bhimbandh Wildlife Sanctuary
Valmikinagar Wildlife Sanctuary
Gautam Buddha Wildlife Sanctuary
Chandra Prabha Sanctuary
|Chhattisgarh||Chanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary
Bhairamgarh Wildlife Sanctuary
Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary
Udanti Wildlife Sanctuary
Semarsot Wildlife Sanctuary
Sitanadi Wildlife Sanctuary
Tamor Pingla Wildlife Sanctuary
Pamed Wildlife Sanctuary
Badalkohl Wildlife Sanctuary
|Goa||Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary
Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary
|Gujarat||Shoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary
Balaram-Ambaji Wildlife Sanctuary
Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary
Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary
Narayan Sarovar Sanctuary
Barda Wildlife Sanctuary
|Himachal Pradesh||Rupi Bhabha Sanctuary
Sechu Tuan Nala Wildlife Sanctuary
Tundah Wildlife Sanctuary
Kugti Wildlife Sanctuary
Nargu Wildlife Sanctuary
Bandli Himachal Pradesh
|Jammu and Kashmir||Karakoram Wildlife Sanctuary
Kanji Wildlife Sanctuary
Hirpora Wildlife Sanctuary
Changtang Wildlife Sanctuary
|Jharkhand||Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary|
|Karnataka||Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuary
Nugu Wildlife Sanctuary
Arabithittu Wildlife Sanctuary
Adichunchanagiri Wildlife Sanctuary
Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary
Bhimgad Wildlife Sanctuary
Biligiriranga Swamy Temple Wildlife Sanctuary
Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary
Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary
Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary
Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary
Melukote Temple Wildlife Sanctuary
Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary
Ranibennur Blackbuck Sanctuary
Sharavathi Valley Wildlife Sanctuary
Shettihalli Wildlife Sanctuary
Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary
Talakaveri Wildlife Sanctuary
|Kerala||Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary
Peechi-Vazhani Wildlife Sanctuary
Chimmony Wildlife sanctuary
Malabar Wildlife Sanctuar
|Madhya Pradesh||Bori Wildlife Sanctuary
Bagdara Wildlife Sanctuary
Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary
Karera Wildlife Sanctuary
Ken Ghariyal Sanctuary
Narsinghgarh Wildlife Sanctuary
Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary
Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary
Snajay-Dubri Wildlife Sanctuary
Singhori Wildlife Sanctuary
Son Ghariyal Sanctuary
|Maharashtra||Koyna Wildlife Sanctuary
Radhanagari Wildlife Sanctuary
Gautala Autramghat Sanctuary
Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary
|Odisha ||Badrama Sanctuary
Baisipalli Wildlife Sanctuary
Debrigarh Wildlife Sanctuary
Kuldiha Wildlife Sanctuary
Satkosia Gorge Wildlife Sanctuary
Sunabeda Wildlife Sanctuary
|Rajasthan||Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary
Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary
Jaswant Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary
Keladevi Wildlife Sanctuary
Phulwari Wildlife Sanctuary
Jamwa Ramgarh Wildlife Sanctuary
Ramgarh Vishdhari Wildlife Sanctuary
Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary
Tal Chhapar Sanctuary
Todgarh Rawali Wildlife Sanctuary
|Sikkim||Barsey Rhododendron Sanctuary
Pangolakha Wildlife Sanctuary
Kyongnosla Alpine Sanctuary
|Tamil Nadu||Sathyamangalam Wildlife Sanctuary
Shenbagathoppu Grizzled Squirrel Wildlife Sanctuary
|Telangana||Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary
Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary
Kinnerasani Wildlife Sanctuary
Manjira Wildlife Sanctuary
Pakhal Wildlife Sanctuary
Pocharam Forest & Wildlife Sanctuary
Pranahita Wildlife Sanctuary
Shivaram Wildlife Sanctuary
|Tripura||Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary|
|Uttar Pradesh||Chandra Prabha Wildlife Sanctuary
Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary
Sohagi Barwa Sanctuary
Kishanpur Wildlife Sanctuary
National Chambal Sanctuary
|Uttarakhand||Askot Musk Deer Sanctuary
Govind Pashu Vihar Wildlife Sanctuary
Kedarnath Wild Life Sanctuary
Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary
|West Bengal||Murti Wildlife Sanctuary|