Mangar Bani Forest
This is a centuries-old unspoiled grove sits secretly sandwiched between India’s polluted capital, New Delhi, and its affluent suburb Gurgaon, Haryana. And because of a hard-fought and long-running legal battle, it looks as though it might be preserved in its pristine splendor.
The Mangar Bani forest, with its thick cover of trees — laburnum, frankincense, flame of the forest — and its dozens of chirping birds, wild leopards and rare species of insects and flowers, survived untouched for centuries because the local villagers believed it was a sin to cut its trees.
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