Gobind Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary
Gobind Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh is managed by the Bhakra Management Board and is joined to the Naina Devi Temple. The sanctuary must be accessed between the period from July to September and tourists will notice various kinds of fauna here.
Gobind Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary, Bilaspur District, Himachal PradeshGobind Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Bilaspur District, at a distance of nearly 83 kms away from Anandpur Sahib and 35 kms away from Una in the state of Himachal Pradesh. On 5th December, 1962, it was declared as a sanctuary and yet again fortified on 29th March, 1974. Its management is supervised by the Bhakra Management Board. The sanctuary is based on the banks of the spectacular Gobind Sagar Lake on which is existent Bhakra Nangal Dam, the largest dam of the nation. The area occupied by this wildlife reserve is nearly 170 square kilometres and it possesses a large variety of birds. The temple of Naina Devi is connected to Gobind Sagar Sanctuary, through a ropeway, overlooking Gobind Sagar Lake. Diverse kinds of flora and fauna can be observed in this sanctuary, which is a significant tourist locale. Trees of different species can be found here, which add to the natural charm of this place.
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