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List of forests in India

This is an incomplete list of forests in India.

Name Image Location Area Notes
Abujmarh Chhattisgarh 3,900 km² This is a hilly forest covering Narayanpur district, Bijapur district, and Dantewada district. It is home to indigenous tribes of India, including Gond, Muria, Abuj Maria, and Halbaas.
Annekal Reserved Forest Western Ghats
Baikunthapur Forest Dooars,West Bengal This is a terai forest
Bhavnagar Amreli Forest Gir National Park, Amreli district, Gujarat
Bhitarkanika Mangroves Odisha 650 km²
Dvaita Forest South of the Kamyaka Forest
Jakanari reserve forest Coimbatore
Kamyaka Forest Kuru Kingdom along the banks of the Sarasvati River No longer exists
Kukrail Reserve Forest Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
Madhu Forest Northern India, west of Yamuna No longer exists
Molai forest Jorhat district, Assam 1,360 acres
Mulai Kathoni Brahmaputra River 550 hectares
Naimisha Forest Gomati River, between the Panchala Kingdom and Kosala Kingdom, Uttar Pradesh No longer exists
Nallamala Hills Eastern Ghats, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana
Nanmangalam Reserve Forest 320 hectares
(total area 2,400 hectares)
New Amarambalam Reserved Forest
Pichavaram Mangrove Forest 1,100 hectares World's second biggest mangrove forest
Saranda forest 820 km²
Vandalur Reserve Forest

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