Image Gallery

  • Banni after rains

  • Banni buffalo, a breed developed by the maldharis of Banni

  • A camel in the white desert of Banni

  • A critically endangered migratory visitor in Banni, the Sociable Lapwing

  • Cyperus arenarius, locally called Dhamur

  • Lush grass growing in a pasture maintained by the people of Banni

  • Prosopis juliflora, an introduced species that has taken over Banni grasslands

  • Banni, an oasis in the Rann

  • The natural fodder resource of maldharis

  • Greater Flamingos visit in thousands in areas around Banni for nesting

  • Field station

  • Field station

  • Banni attracts shepherds and their livestock from all over kachchh after rains every year

  • The Sindhi horse

  • Indian Fox peeping through its den

  • A maldhari with Kankrej cattle

  • A herd of Kankrej cattle

  • Chhari Dandh conservation reserve in summer

  • A Desert Fox

  • A haven for Harriers

  • Common Cranes in Banni grasslands

  • Field station

  • Field station

  • The harmless Red Sand Boa

  • Banni attracts shepherds and their livestock from all over kachchh after rains every year

  • A colourful halophyte called Suaeda

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Banni Research Centre,Hodko, Bhuj
E-mail: banniresearch@gmail.com