Mar 09 , 2024

Step Inside Assam's Kaziranga National Park Through PM Modi's Lens

By True Scoop

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on March 9, 2024, took an elephant ride at the Kaziranga National Park in Assam.

Assam's Kaziranga National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

In the Mihimukh section of the park's Central Kohora Range, PM first went on an elephant safari.

Later, in the same range, PM Modi took a jeep safari.

During his visit, he also interacted with Van Durga, the team of women forest guards who are at the forefront of conservation efforts.

PM Modi shared pictured of him feeding sugarcane to elephants named Lakhimai, Pradyumna and Phoolmai.

PM Modi said, "Kaziranga is known for the rhinos but there are also large number of elephants there."

PM Modi also urged all to visit Kaziranga National Park and experience landscapes and the warmth of the people of Assam.

Kaziranga which is considered as Assam's crown jewel is home to the largest habitat of rhinos.

Kaziranga also shelters over 600 species of birds, a thriving population of dolphins, and one of the highest densities of tigers.

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