Fish biodiversity of Betwa River in Madhya Pradesh, India with special reference to a sacred ghat

@article{Vyas2012FishBO,
  title={Fish biodiversity of Betwa River in Madhya Pradesh, India with special reference to a sacred ghat},
  author={V. Vyas and Dinesh Damde and V. Parashar},
  journal={International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation},
  year={2012},
  volume={4},
  pages={71-77}
}
Many sacred natural sites are areas of great importance for the conservation of biodiversity. Sacred natural sites can be considered a subset of “sacred sites”, which may be defined as areas of special spiritual significance to people and communities. The wider category of sacred sites may include primarily natural areas (such as forests), but also human-built or monumental areas (such as temples). Many built or monumental sacred sites are themselves located in areas with high natural values… Expand

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