Molai Forest49 Votes
- Address: Kokilamukh, Jorhat, Assam 785108, India
- Tags: Forest, Family And Kids, Nature
Forests are the places that show how beautiful our living can be if we are surrounded by green woods. Molai Forest in Assam is an example of phenomenal beauty of nature. Situated at the bank of river Brahmaputra, Molai forest is home to rhinoceros, Bengal tigers, rabbits, deer and a wide variety of birds. The forest has an abundance of wild flora and fauna. A wide richness of Gold mohur, Valcol, Arjun, Koroi, Himolu and many bamboo trees can be seen in the forest. This forest is the hard work of several environmentalists. Travelers to the forest enjoy their time exploring the wide variety of animals and trees. The forest is also a paradise to the photographers due to its picturesque beauty.
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Molai Forest Reviews & Ratings
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Molai Forest in the district of Majuli, Assam is a man made wonder. Its a small river island in river brahmaputra, also called Aruna Island. Its now named after Padmashri Jadev Molai Payeng who is called the forest man of India. Its his selfless dedicated work that turned a sandbar into a thick dense forest reserve in river Brahmaputra. Today the forest reserve is about 550 Hectre area. He is a member of missing tribe. Molai forest is situated about 30 Kms away from Jorhat town near Kokilamukh. There is no direct road transport to the island hence the only way to reach the island is by boat only.
A great forest planted by a great man. I wish to follow his lead and help reforest the world as well.
A fabulous man made forest in brahmaputra
Wonderful experience I recommend that this place must be visited