Forest villages of India and their role in ecology

Boasting to be a vigorous environmentalist, the world has created an image of human being as a prime factor responsible for the exploitation of nature. Every day a new regulatory approach is added for its implementation as a new policy to save the destruction of nature. Therefore considering all these facts India obviously has its prime position in the agenda because of its rich biodiversity. The most important part to be revealed about India is its diverse climatic zones that precisely shrink the whole world in it. If it’s centre enjoys the coastal climatic zone of a peninsula then in the north It has the vast and fertile plains shadowed and blessed by the river of The almighty Himalayas. If we move west then we have the Thar desert with its burning temperature and in contrary to this we also have the cold desert as Leh and Ladakh. We are also blessed with one of the most extinct vegetation called the mangroves as Sunderban. Altogether, India can be considered as the most suitable model for measuring the success of every new concept for saving the environment.

Now, the most unrevealed role in this context who are always pretended to be unnoticed are the forest villages of these rich Bio-Diversity areas. In precise terms these villages have more important role than any regulatory approach in saving the natural resources, as its closest human inhabitants. As these areas are still far from urbanization, the world here still has its primitiveness that respects the traditions and culture relevant to nature. Therefore any adventurer would love to explore the richness of nature through their eyes who worship it traditionally. The livelihood in these villages still depends on the natural resources available that previously encouraged them to worry about its extinction possibilities, but now because of the stringent laws that is perfectly designed for urbanized culture , their livelihood options have decreased that is gradually departing them from their role as a part of the ecology.

In spite of the tough lifestyle the chastened smile of the villagers, naturally blessed with beautiful flora and fauna, and the traditions can make any person oblivious of their concealed complexities of livelihood. Most of the unexplored beauty of India is axiomatically with these forest villages still struggling to save their role as a part of the national parks, sanctuaries and other protected bio-diversity areas.

Author: Babit

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