Mangrove Forest Connector between India and Bangladesh

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The mangrove forest that connects India and Bangladesh are Sundarban. One of the world’s heritage sites recognized by UNESCO. Part of Sundarban not only encloses by the forest itself but also the three main rivers meet from the tributaries of Brahmaputra, Ganga, and Megha River.

After the plan is known as the largest forest in the world that is not only can access the border between also the largest mangrove forest.

The mangrove forest and the people of Sundarban have been important parts of both the countries it is managed by the local government respectively. It has been a distinctive popular zone not only in Asia but worldwide for a distinctive culture that is maintained by India and Bangladesh. The flow of saline water is due to the Bay of Bengal. Sources of freshwater are from the water flowing from the tributaries of Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers. The Asian shrimps are cultured in the freshwater by the Bagdi people or tribal fishermen. Apart from it, Sundarban’s mangrove areas are beneficial to provide employment, sources of income, and livelihood. This is because of the natural sources of honey cultivation, fishery, scientific research, and mineral extractions fuel production.

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The best site for Tourism

If, you are able to sail one can experience the wonderful nature’s beauty in the forest between Bangladesh and India. Every year the area has to face water logging problems along with flood with the overflowing of the river pausing to the plants and paddy lands. The Heritage of UNESCO Sundarban suffers to the worst and this is the reason both Bangladesh and India accept the collaborative Management to take care of their heritage respectively.

Indigenous people of the Mangrove forest, who are a part of the Santhal tribe, grow paddies and rice. Sundarban area has undergone several changes due to the climate over time.
Do the area is a wetland three main deltas of India lack of freshwater. Since the mangrove forests of Sundarban with rivers and canal are separated into two is managed mission of Bangladesh and India.

India and Bangladesh with different ecosystem

Ecosystems of both the countries are separated but due to poverty disturbances in the ecosystem both have decided to work on it together without any barriers and work together for the development of the area. The tribal people of the connecting zone of Sundaban are known as Bagdi, who are known for their hunting in the forest. They are mostly from Bengal also found in the plateau of Chota Nagpur.

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Well! If you are lucky enough you can find the Royal Bengal Tiger in the areas mostly in the buffer zone that covers an area of 1180 Skm. It is the Reserve Forest specifically for tiger, it covers the areas of Sajnakhali wildlife sanctuary and forest lying between the rivers known as Malta and Thakurain respectively.

Sailing through the river delta and having plaster of Bagda Chingri or so-called the “Tiger shrimp” of the essential thing that you should never miss when you are in the area of Sundarban. Tiger Shroff all the Asian Tiger Shrimp is one of the ethnic food you cannot miss after taking a ride throughout the forest sailing on the houseboats.

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