One of the finest and most spectacular beaches of Neil Island, Bharatpur Beach attracts a horde of tourists year-round. This beach has a sprawling stretch of sand and greenery that overlooks a vast expanse of the blue sea. What makes this seafront popular is the presence of colourful coral reefs, which fascinate visitors. These reefs are inhabited by a variety of beautiful aquatic creatures that can be seen swimming around.
Havelock Island is part of Ritchie’s Archipelago, in India’s Andaman Islands. It’s known for its dive sites and beaches, like Elephant Beach, with its coral reefs. Crescent-shaped Radhanagar Beach is a popular spot for watching the sunset. On the island’s east side, rocky sections mark long, tree-lined Vijaynagar Beach. The island's forested interior is home to birdlife such as white-headed mynas and woodpeckers.
Sparrows are a family of small passerine birds, Passeridae. They are also known as true sparrows, or Old World sparrows, names also used for a particular genus of the family, Passer. Generally, sparrows are small, plump, brown-grey birds with short tails and stubby, powerful beaks. The sparrows are indigenous to Europe, Africa and Asia. In the Americas, Australia, and other parts of the world, settlers imported some species which quickly naturalised, particularly in urban and degraded areas. House sparrows, for example, are now found throughout North America, Australia (every state
The Kettuvallom (Houseboats in Kerala) was a large floating formation with high load carrying capacity in a element of Kerala's culture and heritage. Kettuvallom transports goods from the isolated and interior villages of Kerala Backwater areas to the merchant towns like Alleppey, Kollam, Cochin and Kottayam Areas. The main mode of water transport was Kettuvalloms. And still in Kerala people depends plenty models of valloms (boats) for transportation farming and tourism.