The Sundarbans is a mangrove forest, which is one of its kind in the world and shared by India and Bangladesh. In India, it is located in the state of West Bengal, and is one of the reserved areas for the Bengal Tiger. 'Sunderban' literally means 'beautiful forest' in the Bengali language, but there is a general belief is that the name is associated with 'Sundari' trees. There are many places to visit near Sundarbans for tourists, including the Haliday Island and Lothian Island. It was accorded the status of UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 1997.
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