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Magical Forest

Description: This shot was taken at Betla Forest.226 sq. km. of Betla forest has been declared as Betla National Park and 753 sq. km. Of forest has been declared as Palamu Sanctuary. The forest starts from Kechki and extended up to Neterhat.
Author: Sirsendu Gayen, Kolkata, West Bengal
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Location: Betla National Park,Jharkhand
Year: 2008
Camera: Nikon D80

Betla National Park,Jharkhand

Betla National Park,Jharkhand

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3 Responses to “Magical Forest”

  1. anurag anand says:

    awesome

  2. Jin Park says:

    Dear Mr. Sirsendu Gayen,

    My name is Jin Park from the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Centre of Education for International Understanding.

    APCEIU is a UNESCO Category II Centre established in the year 2000 between the government of Korea and UNESCO to promote a Culture of Peace in the Asia-Pacific region through one of UNESCO’s constitutional role called Education for International Understanding (EIU). EIU aims to promote a Culture of Peace through holistic approaches encompassing sub-themes such as cultural diversity, peace, human rights, sustainable development and globalization.

    I am writing to kindly request the original copy of the above photograph to be used in our English magazine called SangSaeng.

    APCEIU’s English-language magazine, SangSaeng, serves as a forum for dialogue and exchange of ideas on key issues, methods and experiences in EIU among educators, teachers and students, and civil society leaders in the Asia-Pacific and other regions. 4,000 copies of each issue are distributed to UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, UNESCO regional offices, national commissions for UNESCO, related teachers and experts, related institutions, NGOs, governmental institutions, and institutions allied with UNESCO. SangSaeng is also available online: http://www.unescoapceiu.org/sangsaeng

    The upcoming issue deals with forest preservation in the Asia-pacific region and upon research came across this beautiful photo which we would very much like to publish in our article.

    Please kindly contact me at hjpark@unescoapceiu.org for further communication and details.

    Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

  3. Dr. Krishna Kumar Singh says:

    Dear Forester Sahab’
    I see your betla forest by naked eye . Very beautifull like heaven.
    Dr. Krishna Kumar Singh.
    Touring Veterinay officer,
    Nagar Untari;Garhwa.

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