Guwahati: A reserve forest in Assam identified for its biodiversity, which has been crying for the standing of a wildlife sanctuary, can also be residence to many archaeological relics. Behali Reserve Forest in Biswanath district of Assam just isn’t solely identified for its biodiversity however can also be a storehouse of many archaeological relics that present its advantage of historicity.

Behali Reserved Forest (BRF) declared in 1917 is the final remaining semi-evergreen forest within the Biswanath district of Assam. Residence to round 950 species, it has been demanding standing for a wildlife sanctuary. Initially, with a complete geographical space of about 140 sq km, the dense patches within the reserved forest at the moment are shrunk to solely 60 sq km resulting from unlawful encroachment and deforestation. 

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