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ArrowAncient Buddhist Site Sarnath near Varanasi
ArrowBhitarkanika Conservation
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ArrowBuddhist Monastery Complex at Alchi Choksor near Leh
ArrowDesert National Park
ArrowDholavira - a harappan city in Kachchh, Gujarat
ArrowGolconda Fort, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
ArrowGroup of monuments at Mandu, Madhya Pradesh
ArrowHemis Gompa near Leh
ArrowKalka Shimla Railway
ArrowKangchendzonga National Park, Sikkim
ArrowMattanchery Palace in Ernakulam, Kerala
ArrowNalanda - Excavated Remains
ArrowNamadapha National Park in Assam
ArrowOak Grove School
ArrowRani ki Vav - The queen's Stepwell at Patan, Gujarat
ArrowRiver Island of Majuli in midstreem of Brahmaputra River in Assam
ArrowShantiniketan
ArrowSilk Road Sites in India
ArrowSri Harmandir Sahib, Amritsar, Punjab
ArrowTemples at Bishnupur, West Bengal
ArrowThe Churchgate, Bombay
ArrowThe Great Himalayan National
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ArrowThe Jantar Mantars -
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ArrowThe Kangra Valley Railway
ArrowThe Matheran Light Railway, Maharastra
ArrowThe Neora Valley National
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ArrowTomb of Sher Shah Suri, Sasaram, Bihar
ArrowUrban & Architectural work of Le Corbusier in Chandigarh
ArrowWild Ass Sanctuary at Little
Rann of Kutch, Gujarat
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Namdapha National Park, in Assam "World Heritage Site"
Bird in Namdapha National Park, in Assam Namdapha National Park, Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary and Jairampur Forest Division are located within India's northeastern frontier state-Arunachal Pradesh. Among the last great remote wilderness areas of Asia, Namdapha and its adjoining areas, is flanked by the Patkai hills to the south and south-east and by the Himalaya in the north. The area lies close to the Indo-Myanmar-China trijunction. Forests are contiguous across the international boundary with Myanmar, with several adjoining protected areas, including the huge recently declared Hukawng Valley Tiger Reserve (Rabinowitz 2001, 2004).

The entire area is mountainous and comprises the catchment of the Noa-Dihing River, a tributary of the great Brahmaputra river which flows westwards through the middle of Namdapha. Numerous streams drain into the Noa-Dihing and forest pools and natural salt licks are abundant in the area. The park spans a wide altitudinal range from 200 m to 4,571 m at Dapha Bum, the highest point in the park. The terrain is steep and inaccessible. Interior and higher areas have not been explored, except by hunters from local communities. It is bordered on the north by the Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary (550m to 4200 m), Lohit district.

To the east and south-east lie the Patkai hill ranges and the international border with Myanmar. To the south-east are unclassified state forest (USF) areas (c. 700 kmē) of the Vijaynagar circle. To the west, are Reserved Forests and USF areas of the Jairampur Forest Division. Kamlang WLS is bounded on the north, it is bounded by the Lang river and later by the Lati, to the south lies the Changlang-Lohit district boundary and on its western side, the Tawai Brai up to its confluence with the Kamlang river. The area is mostly steep mountainous terrain, with few gentle slopes crisscrossed by numerous rivers (Lai, Lati, Lang and Kamlang), rivulets and perennial streams.