Bandipur national park going students can have their industrial visit in Chamarajanagar. It is an ideal place to see sericulture. Chamarajanagar has three industrial estates with prominent players like Pioneer Power Corporation Ltd, Bannariamman Sugars Ltd, Bhoruka Power Corporation Ltd, Velan Textiles, Kum International etc. Krishi Vigyan Kendra is another industrial attraction of the district. You can also have your industrial visit in Mysore if you are an outstation student.
Once the personal hunting grounds of Mysore maharajas, the Bandipur National Park in the state of Karnataka is a Project Tiger Reserve — India’s homegrown initiative to protect the tigers’ dwindling numbers. Nesting in the foothills of the Nilgiris, today Bandipur covers 874 sq. km, and is home Asian Elephant, leopards, dholes (wild dogs), gaur, chital, sambar and sloth bears.
You can also spot Giant Squirrel, Nocturnal Porcupine and Blacknaped Hare in this wildlife reserve. the Bandipur National Park is also noted for a number of bird species including Peafowl, Partridge, Hornbill, Quail and Ibis . While visiting the Bandipur National Park, you can also travel to Mudumalai wildlife sanctuary
Sights to See
You can spot in Bandipur National Park a good variert of species including tiger, leopard, elephant, gaur, sloth bear and Asiatic wild, dog, striped hyena, sambar, spotted deer, mongoose, barking deer, mouse deer and the slender loris.
How would you like to travel?
Bandipur National Park is:
- 220 km from Bangalore
- 168 km from Coimbatore
- 80 km from Mysore
- 79 km from Ooty
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- Ranganathasamy Mini Hydel Project
- Velan Textiles Pvt Ltd
- Shree Mahadeshwara Sugar Mills Ltd
- Bannari Amman Sugars Ltd
And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries
Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary (19 km)
While visiting the Bandipur National Park, you can also travel to Mudumalai wildlife sanctuary. Split by the Moyar River, Mudumalai wildlife sanctuary is increasingly popular and noted for its large number of bird species.
Mysore (80 km)
Mysore came into prominence under Hyder Ali and his equally illustrious son Tipu Sultan who controlled a large tract in South India during the British rule. Mysore offers a wonderful holiday destination, offering a window on to the past. The Mysore Palace is a fine specimen of Indo-Saracenic architecture – a marvellous feat of engineering which makes it an endless source of fascination to architects. The best time to travel to Mysore is during the 10-day Dussehra Festival when the entire city is at its exuberant best.
The city is home to several palaces Cheluvamba Mansion Mysore, Jaganmohan Palace, Jayalakshmi Vilas, Karanji Mansion, Lalitha Mahal Palace and Mysore Palace. Folk Arts Museum, Sri Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery, Regional Natural History, Mysore Railway Museum and Private Residential Museum are some of the famous museums of Mysore.
Prasanna Krishnaswamy Temple, Chamundi Temple, Lakshmiramana Swamy Temple, Trinesvaraswamy Temple, Mahabaleshwara Temple and Shweta Varahaswamy Temple are the places of pilgrimage for the Hindus in Mysore. Brindavan Gardens and Chamundi Hills are places of interest in Mysore.
Udhagamandalam (Ooty) 79 km
Ootacamund or Ooty, as this hill station in the state of Tamil Nadu is called, has a unique flavor among Indian towns. Ooty’s history, coupled with the pleasant temperate mountain climate and beautiful scenic grandeur against the backdrop of Nilgiri Hills, gives it the feel of a colonial charm which, in fact, it once was. Crowded, and stuffed with produce of all varieties, Mall Road is the famous stroll-through destination in Ooty. Visitors will be amazed at the local specialties. Ooty Botanical Gardens is another famous place of interest in Ooty.