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Friday, 25th June 2021

Delhi has been struggling to maintain its records related to high pollution, dust, crowds and relentless heat. However, surprisingly, it is also home to some lush green forests, which you can visit to experience the other side of Delhi. If you want to learn about such a fast resort, here are some forested areas in Delhi, which will help you get rid of your daily work and spend some time among the lush greenery.

Sanjay van

It is one of the most famous green spaces in Delhi, close to Vasant Kunj and Mehrauli. Sanjay Van sits on 783 acres of expansive land, providing a much-needed respite from the city’s concrete jungle. This area is a paradise for bird watching, because here you can easily observe all kinds of birds. From Brahman starlings and Asian Koel to purple sunbirds and gray-breasted thrushes, if you're lucky you'll even find plenty of other amazing sights. So get your camera ready!


Southern Ridge Forest

It is a lush green area covering 6,200 hectares. To get to this location, you can get off at the Tughlakabad subway station and walk into the lush green canopy before reaching the Nanling Forest. It is home to the Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary and is home to approximately 193 species of birds and a wide variety of plants. Also, there are more than 80 kinds of butterflies dancing, you will never feel bored here.


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Rajokri Protected Forest

This is one of the places where you can see a completely different side of Delhi. This place is covered in swaying trees and thorn bushes, and is an ideal place for family gatherings away from city life. Interestingly, the fields and small villages are interspersed in the forest, and the whole package seems to take you to the wild field.


Northern Ridge

Northridge is adjacent to the north campus and has been a protected area since 1915. It is the smallest piece of the mountain range. In 1915, approximately 170 hectares were declared a reserved forest. Today, the forest area is approximately 87 hectares. The Kamala Nehru ridge, which is also part of the northern ridge, is dotted with more than 60 species of birds and has dense vegetation. Please note that here you will encounter an 80-foot deep pond called Khooni Jheel, where several Indian and British soldiers were killed in 1857.


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