How Many Biosphere Reserves in India?

Sixteen Biosphere Reserves have been designated in India . They are

  1. Nilgiri (Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka)
  2. Nanda Devi (Uttrakhand),
  3. Nokrek (Meghalaya)
  4. Manas (Assma)
  5. Dibru-Saikhowa (Assam),
  6. Sundarban (West Bengal),
  7. Gulf of Mannar (Tamil Nadu),
  8. Great Nicobar (Andaman & Nicobar Islands),
  9. Similipal (Orissa),
  10. Dehang-Debang (Arunachal Pradesh),
  11. Khangchendzonga (Sikkim),
  12. Pachmarhi (Madhya Pradesh),
  13. Achanakmar-Amarkantak (Chattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh),
  14. Agasthyamalai (Tamil Nadu and Kerala),
  15. Katchchh (Gujarat) and
  16. Cold Desert (Himachal Pradesh).

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  • Anonymous
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    sir, Ladakh also include in Cold desert why we are not saying it is in J&K .

  • Anonymous
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    not saying in jk becas laddakh is yet to be notified by jk govt…..