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Punjab: Harike Wetlands
2 Nov

Discover the Ecological Gem of Punjab: Harike Wetlands

Punjab, renowned for its lush farmlands and vibrant culture, is also the proud custodian of one of India's most ecologically vital treasures – the Harike Wetlands. Stretching across the districts of Tarn Taran Sahib, Ferozepur, and Kapurthala, these wetlands occupy a significant place in Punjab's natural heritage, amidst a landscape dominated by agriculture. Encompassing an impressive expanse of approximately 41 square kilometers, the origins of the Harike Wetlands can be traced to the harmonious confluence of the Beas and Sutlej rivers. For those uninitiated, the Harike Wetlands are an enchanting sanctuary for...