December 4, 2022
Sr #Site NameListing DateStateSpecialty, Features, Importance
1Ashtamudi Wetland19/08/02KeralaAn extensive estuarine system,
hydrological functions, support for fish
2Bhitarkanika Mangroves19/08/02OrissaWildlife Sanctuary, Olive Ridley sea turtle; dense forest protect from devastating cyclones
3Bhoj Wetland19/08/02Madhya PradeshTwo contiguous human-made reservoirs. 
4Chandertal Wetland08/11/05Himachal PradeshA high altitude lake.
5Chilika Lake01/10/81OrissaBrackish lake. Nalbana Bird Sanctuary.
6Deepor Beel19/08/02AssamPermanent freshwater lake.
7East Calcutta Wetlands19/08/02West BengalMultiple use wetland;
8Harike Lake23/03/90PunjabBird Sanctuary.
9Hokera Wetland08/11/05Jammu & KashmirA natural perennial wetland.
10Kanjli22/01/02PunjabA permanent stream, the Kali Bein.
11Keoladeo National Park01/10/81RajasthanWorld Heritage Site; National Park; Bird Sanctuary. 
12Kolleru Lake19/08/02Andhra PradeshWildlife Sanctuary.
13Loktak Lake23/03/90ManipurA large, but shrinking freshwater lake.
14Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary24/09/12GujaratWildlife Sanctuary.
15Point Calimere Wildlife and Bird Sanctuary19/08/02Tamil NaduWildlife Sanctuary.
16Pong Dam Lake19/08/02Himachal PradeshWildlife Sanctuary.
17Renuka Wetland08/11/05Himachal PradeshWildlife Sanctuary, Reserve Forest.
18Ropar22/01/02PunjabNational Wetland.
19Rudrasagar Lake08/11/05TripuraA lowland sedimentation reservoir in the northeast hills, fed by three perennial streams discharging to the River Gomti.
20Sambhar Lake23/03/90Rajasthan A large saline lake fed by four streams.
21Sasthamkotta Lake19/08/02KeralaThe largest freshwater lake in Kerala state.
22Surinsar-Mansar Lakes08/11/05Jammu & KashmirWildlife Sanctuary, Hindu sacred site.
23Tsomoriri19/08/02Jammu & KashmirWetland Reserve.
24Upper Ganga River (Brijghat to Narora Stretch)08/11/05Uttar PradeshA shallow river stretch of the great Ganges.
25Vembanad-Kol Wetland19/08/02KeralaThe largest brackish, wetland ecosystem fed by 10 rivers and typical of large estuarine systems.
26Wular Lake23/03/90Jammu & KashmirThe largest freshwater lake in India.
Reference: The RAMSAR Convention on Wetlands

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