Vindhyachal Mountain Range



Vindhyachal Mountain Range is one of the important mountain range in India. This mountain range is a part of the topographical division of Chhattisgarh. The mountain range of Vindhyachal extends from the state of Gujarat to Bihar in India. Vindhyachal Mountain Range is located almost in the middle part of Indian sub continent.

Sonabhadra and Narmada rivers originate from the Vindhyachal Mountain Range. This mountain range is associated with Hindu mythologies. The mountain range of Vindhya is considered to divide India or Bharat into two distinct halves; into northern India and southern India. According to the Hindu legends, Agastya muni once crossed this mountain range. In this mountain range, Amarkantaka one of the popular pilgrim center of the Hindus is located. This religious center is visited by the tourists as well as the devotees from all over India.

The Vindhyachal Mountain Range also attract tourists as the Bandhavgarh National Park is located in this range.

The nature lovers and the tourists love to take safaris in the National Park to see the different species of animals. Tigers, deer, leopards, wild pigs and other animals are found here. The trees in the National Park are of mixed type. Mainly Sal trees are found in this area.



Last Updated on: 29th March 2013

     


     

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