Ramsar sites in India

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The list of Ramsar sites in India comprises Indian wetlands deemed to be of "international importance" under the Ramsar Convention. International treaty for "the conservation and sustainable use of wetlands" is the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands.

Montreux Record under the said Ramsar Convention is a register of wetland sites on the List of Wetlands of International Importance.

Currently, two wetlands of India are in Montreux record:

  • Keoladeo National Park (Rajasthan)
  • Loktak Lake (Manipur).

And as of February 2020 there are 37 recognized Ramsar sites in India.

Sites Location
Ashtamudi Wetland Kerela
Beas Conservation Reserve Punjab
Bhitarkanika Mangroves Odisha
Bhoj Wetlands Madhya Pradesh
Chandra Taal Himachal Pradesh
Chilika Lake Odisha
Deepor Beel Assam
East Kolkata Wetlands West Bengal
Harike Wetlands Punjab
Hokera Wetland Jammu Kashmir
Kanjli Wetland Punjab
Keoladeo National Park Rajasthan
Keshopur-Miani Community Reserve Punjab
Kolleru lake Andhra Pradesh
Loktak lake Manipur
Nalsarovar Bird sanctuary Gujrat
Nandur Madhameshwar Maharashtra
Nangal Wildlife Sanctuary Punjab
Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary Uttar Pradesh
Parvati Agra Bird Sanctuary Uttar Pradesh
Point Calimere Wildlife and Bird Sanctuary Tamil Nadu
Pong Dam lake Himachal Pradesh
Renuka lake Himachal Pradesh
Ropar Wetland Punjab
Rudrasagar Lake Tripura
Saman Bird Sanctuary Uttar Pradesh
Samaspur Bird Sanctuary Uttar Pradesh
Sambhar lake Rajasthan
Sandi Bird Sanctuary Uttar Pradesh
Sarsai Nawar Jheel Uttar Pradesh
Sasthamkotta lake Kerela
Surinsar- Mansar lakes Jammu Kashmir
Tsomoriri Jammu Kashmir
Upper Ganga river Uttar Pradesh
Vembanad Kol Wetland Kerela
Wular lake Jammu Kashmir
Sunderban Wetland West Bengal