In Bengal the meaning of the Sundarbans literally means beautiful forests or beautiful forests. The Sundarbans may have been named after the beautiful tree, which grows abundantly there. Other possible explanations might be that it was named after “sea forest” or “moon-bound (dam)” (ancient indigenous). However, it is generally assumed that Sundarbans are named after the beautiful tree.
Sundarbans is a vast mangrove forest area on the coast of Bay of Bengal. It is one of the natural wonders in world. Located in the delta delta of the Ganges, Meghna and Brahmaputra rivers, Khulna, Satkhira and Bagerhat districts of Bangladesh and the two districts of West Bengal state of India are spread over North 24 Parganas and South 24 Parganas. As one of the largest mangrove forests of the salt marine environment, the Sundarbans is the largest intact forest in the world. The Sundarbans, spread over an area of 1.5 square km, have 5 square km in Bangladesh and the rest in India.
The Sundarbans was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site on 5 December. Its Bangladesh and Indian parts are in fact adjacent to the same uninhabited land, but are listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list under different names; Named “Sundarbans” and “Sundarbans National Parks” respectively. The Sundarbans are enclosed by a network of marine streams, mud chars and mangrove forests with small saline islands. The forest covers 5.9 percent of the total forest area, which covers an area of 1.5 square kilometers, and is covered with rivers, creeks and billows. As per survey, there are 5 tigers and 3 to 5 chitra deer now in the Sundarbans area. On May 27, 2012, Sundarbans was recognized as the place of Ramsay. Thousands of tourists visit Sundarbans every year. Numerous tourists from all over the country are fascinated by the beauty of the Sundarbans. By visiting the Sundarbans one gains various knowledge from its nature.
The best attractions of the Sundarbans are the tigers and birds. So here are the names of five specific places that are the must to explore.
Sudhanyakhali watch tower is the place, to watch tigers from. From the tower as far as eyes can see trees and trees.
From Sajnekhali Birds Sanctuary all the birds of the Sundarbans can be seen.
Neti Dhopani Island: – The collapse of many ancient settlements on one side of the green field, it is estimated that the Portuguese once lived. Neti Dhopani’s ancient monastery, a magnificent landscape that is ideal for photography.
Sundarbans National Park is a reserved forest. Apart from the Sundarbans, tigers, crocodiles and other birds will be found here.