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Surdhuni is a magazine developed in Hindi for the common people, to spread the word of the ongoing policy reforms and works for rejuvenation of Ganga River in the form of short stories, poems and articles. This is the first version, which tells about Ganga Prahari, turtles of Ganga, rescue and rehabilitation center and the Sunderbans
| || ||TRAINING APPROACH AND CURRICULUM FOR CAPACITY BUILDING OF FOREST DEPARTMENT AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS|
This book provides information about the syllabus and key approaches for developing and implementing training and capacity building programs for forest department and multiple stakeholders in Biodiversity Conservation and Ganga Rejuvenation.
| || ||TRAINING PLAN FOR VARIOUS STAKEHOLDERS OF GANGA RIVER|
This brochure covers complete information regarding the training plan for stakeholders starting from identification of target groups, formulation, implementation and evaluation of a capacity development programme.
| || ||WATER CONSERVATION APPROACHES FOR BAL GANGA PRAHARIS|
This brochure provides information on various strategies, methods and approaches of water conservation for future generation.
| || ||GANGA BIODIVERSITY CALENDAR|
The “Ganga Biodiversity Calendar” is designed to inculcate awareness in school children about biodiversity of Ganga River through celebration of specials events and days annually.
WINGS OF GANGA - PART 1
This book covers 19 families of riverine and wetland birds of the Ganga River represented by 30 species. The species are described through scientific and common names and are categorized according to their families.
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| ||WINGS OF GANGA - PART 2|
This book covers 23 families of wetland and wetland obligate birds of the Ganga River represented by 34 species. The species are described through scientific and common names.
| ||GLIMPSES OF GANGA - PART 1|
The "Glimpses of Ganga- Series 1" covers 13 species that consists of two species of mammals, reptiles, amphibians, turtles & fishes and three species of birds.
| ||GLIMPSES OF GANGA - PART 2|
The "Glimpses of Ganga- Series 2" covers 13 species of conservation concern that consists two species of mammalian, three birds, four reptiles, two amphibians and two fish species.
| ||BINDING ROOTS : TREES OF GANGA - Part 1|
"Binding Roots: Trees of Ganga" enlists 40 tree species belonging to 15 orders and 23 families that are important and commonly occuring along the Ganga River. The species are described through scientific and common names.
| ||FRAMEWORK FOR EVALUATING ECOSYSTEM SERVICES OF GANGA RIVER|
"Framework for Evaluating Ecosystem Services of Ganga River" provides the framework for the valuation of ecosystem services.
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| || ||INFORMATION BROCHURES (ENGLISH)|
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| ||BREEDING BIRDS OF GANGA RIVER|
This brochure covers information about 8 species of selective breeding birds of the Ganga River.
| ||AMPHIBIANS OF GANGA RIVER|
This brochure covers information about 9 species of frogs found in the Ganga River.
| || || MAMMALS OF GANGA RIVER|
This brochure provides information about 3 species of Otters and 1 species of river Dolphin found in the Ganga Basin.
| || ||TURTLES OF GANGA RIVER|
This brochure provides information about 12 species of Turtles found in the Ganga River.
| ||FISHES OF GANGA RIVER|
This brochure provides information about 9 species of selective Fishes found in the Ganga River.
| ||CROCODILIANS OF GANGA RIVER|
This brochure provides information about 1 species of Mugger and 1 Species of Saltwater Crocodile which represent Crocodylidae family and 1 species of Gharial which is the only surviving member of Gavialidae family.
| ||MIGRATORY WATERBIRDS OF THE GANGA RIVER|
This brochure provides information about current status and threats to the Migratory Waterbirds of the Ganga River.
| ||STAKEHOLDERS FOR GANGA AQUALIFE CONSERVATION|
This brochure provides information about the roles of Stakeholders for conservation of the Ganga River.
| ||NARORA ATOMIC POWER STATION|
This brochure enlightens the combined effort and commitment of WII & NPCIL for a clean Ganga River.