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Bhiwadi is an area that possesses varied biodiversity, flora and fauna and at the same time the city also excels in its wealth of culture and heritage. There are a large number of natural resources found in Bhiwadi that make Bhiwadi a great spot for adventure and safari. People from all over the world visit Bhiwadi in order to take some pleasure out of the forests and the wild life sanctuaries located very close to this place.
Minerals found in Bhiwadi
is found to be fairly wealthy in its possession of minerals. It is said
to produce minerals like granite, marble, dolomite, lime stone, quartz,
felspar, barites, soap stone and marble. Fossil fuels, oil and gas are
relatively minimum in the area because most of the fossil fuels, gas and
oil are mined in the other parts of Rajasthan.
Flora and Fauna in Bhiwadi
Flora and fauna in Bhiwadi exist in the form of the wildlife sanctuaries that are found very close to Bhiwadi. One such Wildlife Sanctuary that is found to be located very close to the city of Bhiwadi is the Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary.
Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary
It is the main forest reserve found very close to Bhiwadi. The forest reserve at Sariska excels in geographical diversity and it is rightly considered as the place of adventure and wildlife. It possesses great variety of fauna and flora, mountains, deserts, valleys, canals and the Aravali foothills. People who are very fond of seeking adventure can always visit the Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary and even the Tiger Reserve.
The Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary served as a hunting reserve for the royal families in the past and it came into being in the form of a wildlife sanctuary by Maharaja Jai Singh in the year 1958. Since 1958, hunting is found to be completely banned in the sanctuary so that the endangered species and natural habitat in the sanctuary are able to live safely. The entire sanctuary covers an area of about 800 square kilometers. The sanctuary was even declared Tiger Reserve in the year 1971 when the Project Tiger was held at this sanctuary.
The natural resources of Bhiwadi are something worth having a sight of because of the beauty and wonder that they possess.