To save the eco-system, World Nam Bhoomi Day is observed every year in the month of February. This year, moist land and clear water have been themed for Nam Bhoomi Divas. For your information, let us tell you that the only floating national park of the world is present in our country India only because of World Nam Day.
You must be very curious to know where such a national park is? So tell you that this national park is located in Manipur, which is the only floating national park in the world. This park is known as Keibul Lamjo. The entire North is known for its natural beauty but there is no answer to the beauty of Keibul Lamjo. Keibul Lamjo National Park is located on the Loktak Lake. It is located in Bishnupur district of Manipur, which is about 50-55 km from the capital Imphal.
The natural islands made in this lake are also worth seeing. These are called 'Phumdi'. The largest island among these islands is spread over 40 square kilometers. Fishermen live on these petals. This lake makes Manipur quite strong financially as well. The lake provides water for the state's hydropower generation.
This national park is situated in the middle of the lake. This national park is said to be the last natural home of the extinct Sangi deer from the world. Sangai is also the state animal of Manipur. There are many animals in this forest such as turtles, cobras and vipers in snakes, some less visible cats marbled cat and Asian golden cat. Apart from these, many species of birds are also present here.
In such a situation, if you like nature, animals and birds, then you can definitely come to Manipur to see this beautiful view spread in the lap of Loktak lake. You will be very happy to see all these views and you will also get spiritual peace.