India is a country that has some of the most spectacular destinations which are filled with natural beauties. However, due to modern day pollution or other reasons the existences of some of them are in great danger. Here is a list of some of these places which you must visit before they die out.
The Great Himalayan glacier
The Great Himalaya is home to the thousands of high-altitude glaciers like Kanchenjunga, Mount Everest and siachen glacier. Endangered Glaciers of the Greater Himalayas mountain range displays the dramatic signs of increase in temperature due to global warming.
Valley of flowers
The enthralled Valley of flowers is situated in West Himalaya in Uttarakhand which is known for its meadows of mountainous flowers, calm landscape and the many species of rare and endangered wild animals. The valley is now in danger due to the deforestation, natural calamities and unmaintainable tourism.
Brahmaputra river in Assam created this beautiful river island and it is the largest river island in the world and known for its tribal Culture and birding spots. Majuli Island is descending due to the global warming threat.
The Ghoramara Island is located in the Sundarban Delta region of the Bay of Bengal. Ghoramara Island is one of the remaining islands in the area. Due to the Global warming four islands are by now completely underwater.
Lakshadweep Coral Islands
Lakshadweep is the Coral Islands of India consisting of Amini, Keltan, Chetlat, Kadamat and Bitra, where coral reefs very close to the shores. The cargo ships are main threat to these stunningly beautiful natural attractions of India.
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