इंडिया की सभी बकरा मंडी लिस्ट

Sept. 20, 2021

उत्तर प्रदेश

निम्बू पार्क बकरा मंडी 
लखनऊ, उत्तर प्रदेश
सुबह 7:00 बजे से 
दोपहर 12:00 बजे तक
दुबग्गा बकरा मंडी
लखनऊ, उत्तर प्रदेश 
शनिवार, सोम, गुरुवार
सुबह 5:00 बजे से 
सुबह 8:00 बजे तक
सफदरगंज बकरा मंडी 
बाराबंकी, उत्तर प्रदेश 
सुबह 5:00 बजे से
सुल्तानपुर बकरा मंडी 
सुल्तानपुर, उत्तर प्रदेश 

सुबह 5:00 बजे से

सुबह 9:00 बजे तक

कालपी (चौरा मंडी)
जालौन (कानपुर देहात),
 उत्तर प्रदेश

सुबह 5:00 बजे से

दोपहर 11:00 बजे तक

जसवंत नगर बकरा मंडी
इटावा, उत्तर प्रदेश
सुबह 6:00 बजे से
देवचारा बकरा मंडी 
बरेली, उत्तर प्रदेश 
सुबह 6:00 बजे से
फतेहपुर (डीएस पशु मंडी) 
लखनऊ-रायब्रेली हाईवे, 
फतेहपुर, उत्तर प्रदेश
सुबह 5:00 बजे से
बिलासपुर बकरा मंडी
बिलासपुर, रामपुर, उत्तर प्रदेश
बुधवार, शनिवार
सुबह 5:00 बजे से
खोद बकरा मंडी
खोद, रामपुर, उत्तर प्रदेश मंगलवार सुबह 5:00 बजे से
संभल बकरा मंडी
संभल, उत्तर प्रदेश
सुबह 5:00 बजे से
बांगरमऊ बकरा मंडी
बांगरमऊ, उन्नाव, 
उत्तर प्रदेश
सुबह 5:00 बजे से
हरदोई बकरा मंडी
हरदोई, उत्तर प्रदेश
सुबह 5:00 बजे से
तहरपुर बकरा मंडी
मुरादाबाद, उत्तर प्रदेश 
मंगलवार सुबह 6:00 बजे से


जाफराबाद बकरा मंडी 
जाफराबाद, दिल्ली
सुबह 5:00 बजे से
गाजीपुर बकरा मंडी
गाजीपुर, दिल्ली
सुबह 5:00 बजे से


अजमेर बकरा मंडी
अजमेर, राजस्थान
सुबह 5:00 बजे से
चयनपुरा बकरा मंडी
जयपुर, राजस्थान
शनिवार, रविवार
से 5:00 बजे से
बालाहेड़ी बकरा मंडी
बालाहेड़ी, भरतपुर, राजस्थान रविवार
शाम 5:00 से 
6:00 बजे सुबह
चमनपुरा बकरा मंडी
चमनपुरा, अहमदाबाद, 

सुबह 5:00 बजे से

दोपहर 11:00 बजे तक


तुंग वाली मंडी
भटिंडा, पंजाब 

सुबह 8:00 बजे से

दोपहर 1:00 बजे तक

मनसा बकरा मंडी
मनसा, पंजाब
दिनांक 14 से 28 रोजाना 
सुबह 5:00 बजे से


देवनार बकरा मंडी
मुंबई, महाराष्ट्र
मंगलवार, शनिवार

सुबह 7:00 बजे से

दोपहर 1:00 बजे तक

मध्य प्रदेश

राजगढ़ बकरा मंडी राजगढ़, सरदारपुर, धार, मध्य प्रदेश
7:00AM - 11:00AM
देवास बकरा मंडी मक्षी रोड, राधागंज, देवास, मध्य प्रदेश
7:00AM - 3:00PM
मनवर बकरा मंडी मनावर, धार, मध्य प्रदेश
7:30AM - 2:00PM

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Fastest Bird in the World

Nov. 20, 2021

fastest bird in the world



1. Peregrine Falcon

speed389 km/h(242 mph)
speciesFalco peregrinus

  •   The peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus), also known as the peregrine,[2] and historically as the duck hawk in North America,
  •   With a top speed of 242 mph, peregrine falcon is the fastest living creature on Earth.
  •   Peregrine falcons are one of the most common birds of prey and are found on all continents except Antarctica
  •   The peregrine falcon is a well-respected falconry bird due to its strong hunting ability, high trainability, versatility, and availability via captive breeding
  •   The Common Swift has officially lost its crown as the fastest-flying animal in the sky. 

  fastest bird

2. Saker falcon

Speed-320 km/h (200 mph)
Species-Falco cherrug

  • The saker falcon (Falco cherrug) is a large species of falcon.
  • The saker falcon is such an important element of some cultures that it was named the national bird of Mongolia.
  • Saker falcons tend to have variable plumage. Males and females are similar, except in size, as are young birds,       although these tend to be darker and more heavily streaked.
  • This species usually builds no nest of own, but lays its 3–6 eggs in an old stick nest in a tree which was previously used by other birds such as storks, ravens or buzzards.

   fast bird

3. Golden eagle 

Speed - 322 km/h(200 mph)
Species - Aquila chrysaetos
Family - Accipitridae

  •  The golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) is a bird of prey living in the Northern Hemisphere. It is the most widely distributed species of eagle.
  •  The golden eagle is a symbol of both size and power.
  •  One of the largest raptors in North America, the golden eagle is a powerful brown bird with trademark golden feathers on its head and neck.
  •  This powerful eagle has a length between 26-40 inches and weigh up to 7 kg. 

           Golden eagles can also fly at an attitude of 10000-15000 feet.

  fastest bird

4. Gyrfalcon

Speed - 187–209 km/h (116–130 mph)
Species -Falco rusticolus
Family - Falconidae

  • The white-feathered gyrfalcon is a fascinating species in many different ways. It is believed to be the largest falcon species in the world.
  •  Gyrfalcons also has exceptional control over their speedy dive.
  •  The gyrfalcon was formally described by the Swedish naturalist Carl Linnaeus in 1758 in the tenth edition of his Systema Naturae under its current binomial name Falco rusticolus.
  •    They also chase their prey, following them from behind, quickly and low to the ground.

fastest bird

5. White-throated needletail

Speed --169 km/h(105 mph
Species - Hirundapus caudacutus
Family - Apodidae

  •  While the peregrine falcon and golden eagle show remarkable speed when diving after prey, other birds are much faster in level flight.
  •    hailing from East Asia, it spends a great deal of time in the air, feeding on small flying insects.
  •     The spine tailed swift is a migratory bird.
  •     At the end of winter they return back to their breeding grounds.
  •    The specific name caudacutus comes from the Latin words cauda meaning "tail" and acutus meaning "pointed"

fastest bird



6.Common swift

Speed -166 km/h
Species - Apus apus
Family - Apodi

  •  The common swift (Apus apus) is a medium-sized bird, superficially similar to the barn swallow or house martin but somewhat larger, 
  •    though not stemming from those passerine species, being in the order Apodiformes. 
  •   When common swifts get together to mate — at what scientists call "screaming parties" — they turbo boost their speed.
  •    It spends the spring and summer in its natural breeding territories of Europe and Asia and travels to the southern part of Africa for the winter

fastest bird


7. Eurasian hobby

Speed -159 km/h
Species - Falco subbuteo
Family- Apodi

  •  The Eurasian Hobby is a small, slender species of falcon that breeds in Europe and Asia and then migrates as far south as the tip of Africa for the winter.
  •  These falcons are believed to be able to reach speeds up to 99 mph (159 km/h) when they snatch small birds and dragonflies out of the air. 
  •  It became the trademark for the Subbuteo games company after its creator, who was an ornithologist, was refused permission to register "Hobby".

     fastest bird

8. Frigatebird

Speed- 153 km/h
Species - Fregata magnificens
Family-  Fregatidae

  •  Frigatebirds can fly for weeks at a time.
  •  Their main prey are fish and squid, caught when chased to the water surface by large predators such as tuna.
  •  Separation from Magnificent Frigatebird can be difficult; note pale wing panel in males and indistinct pale throat in females (Magnificent females have a clean all-dark head). 
  •   Chases other seabirds to steal their prey.
  •  Classified in the genus Limnofregata, the three species had shorter, less-hooked bills and longer legs, and lived in a freshwater environment.

fastest bird

9. Rock dove (pigeon)

Speed- 148.9 km/h
Species - C. livia
Family- Columbidae

  •   Fairly large pigeon with wild and feral populations throughout the world. 
  •   Aristophanes (Birds, 304) and others use the word κολυμβίς (kolumbis), "diver", for the name of the bird, because of its swimming motion in the air.
  •   The rock dove was first described by German naturalist Johann Gmelin in 1789.
  •   In places it has reverted to wild habits, nesting on cliffs far from cities.

fastest bird

10. Spur-winged goose

Speed- 142 km/h
Species - P. gambensis
Family - Anatidae

  •  It has a warty red bill, face, and legs.
  •  Africa were found to average only 3.87 kg (8.5 lb), with a range of 2.4 to 5.4 kg (5.3 to 11.9 lb)
  •  During breeding displays or in instances of alarm, both sexes may utter other inconspicuous calls.
  • The poison is also stored in their wing spurs, making them that much deadlier.
  • They occasionally ingest toxic beetles, in which their body absorb the insects’ poisons, making their own flesh deadly for humans to consume.


fastest birds in the world

world's fastest bird

1 Peregrine Falcon
2 Raw
3 Variety
4 Cow Feed, Cattle, Buffalo Feed
5 Bag
6 All Life Stages
7 Unilac Gold : 5062
8 Frigatebird
9 Rock dove (pigeon)
10 Spur-winged goose

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Dangerous Dogs

Nov. 22, 2021

world dangerous dog


1. Pitbull


pit bull


  • The Pit Bull is considered to be the most dangerous dog in America
  •  Some experts believe the many pit bull attacks are a result of the dogs increasingly popular
  • The report says that 66 deaths were from "pit bull-type" dogs which could actually mean many other breeds and mixes.
  • These dogs have been known to attack, however, they have also been known to save lives. In August 2016, a Georgia woman was attacked by a man with a knife.
  • Pit bull-type dogs are extensively used in the United States for dogfighting, a practice that has continued despite being outlawed.

2.  Rottweiler




  • Rottweilers are considered unsuitable family dogs, especially for families who have amateur owners. 
  • As with many breeds, these dogs have a bad reputation due to abuse, neglect, lack of socialization, lack of training, and being cared for by irresponsible owners. 
  •  Rottweilers in particular have a strong bite force, capable of easily injuring both humans and dogs alike.
  • This goes to show you that even though these dogs can be dangerous, some can be very heroic.

3.German Shepherd


german shepherd


  • In the United States, German Shepherd is the second most popular dog breed, also known as Alsation.
  • They were the first service dogs, they often work alongside military and law enforcement personnel, and they thrive on protecting the humans they love.
  • If a stranger comes into the home who is planning to do harm, these dogs are also attack.
  •  They can be territorial of their home as well which often results in aggression if not managed.
  • They can weigh up to 100 pounds, which gives them a great deal of power behind the attack.

4. Bulldog

. American Bulldog


  • American Bulldogs are a well-balanced athletic dog that demonstrates great strength, endurance, agility, and a friendly attitude.
  •  However, the strong dogs can hurt small children inadvertently due to their sheer size.
  •  In 2015, a heroic American Bull Dog saved an entire family by keeping a murderer at bay until the police arrived.
  • The Standard or Performance type, also called the Scott type, and hybrids of the two.

5. Bullmastiff




  • Bullmastiffs are smart, athletic, energetic dogs.
  • This nearly square breed is powerful and active, a combination of strength, endurance, and alertness.
  • The Bullmastiff is a large-sized breed of domestic dog, with a solid build and a short muzzle.
  • The Bullmastiff is a mastiff type dog, and was originally developed by 19th-century gamekeepers to guard estates.
  • The Bullmastiff is a large-boned and muscular working dog.
  • Its origins as a cross between the Mastiff and the bulldog.

6.Siberian Husky


Siberian Husky


  • Siberian Huskies have been bred as working dogs, and that is the reason they are not very social.
  • The Siberian Husky is a medium-sized working sled dog breed. The breed belongs to the Spitz genetic family.
  • It is an active, energetic, resilient breed, whose ancestors lived in the extremely cold and harsh environment of the Siberian Arctic.
  • The Siberian has a strong prey drive and probably isn't the greatest roommate for cats and other small mammals.
  • Siberians can have blue eyes, brown eyes, eyes that are a little of both, or one of each color.

most dangerous dog in the world

Number Dog
1 Pitbull
2 Rottweiler
3 German Shepherd
4 Bulldog
5 Bullmastiff
6 Siberian Husky


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कोटा बकरी

Oct. 4, 2021

कोटा बकरी क्या है?

कोटा बकरी को "करोली" के नाम से भी जाना जाता है। इसका नाम इसके मूल क्षेत्र, उत्तर-पश्चिमी भारत में राजस्थान के कोटा जिले के नाम पर रखा गया है। इन बकरियों की नस्लें पूरे राजस्थान और गुजरात राज्यों में वितरित की जाती हैं। कोटा बकरी अपने सींग के लिए बहुत प्रसिद्ध है, कोटा की सींग बड़ी और घुमावदार होती है। मूल रूप से, कोटा बकरियां लंबे पैरों वाले बड़े आकार के जानवर हैं। कोटा की बकरियों को दूध, मांस और त्वचा के उत्पादन के लिए पाला या पाला जा रहा है। कोटा बकरी की खाल टैनिंग उद्योग में लोकप्रिय है। यह सरकार द्वारा गैर-मान्यता प्राप्त बकरी की नस्ल है लेकिन बड़ी संख्या में उपलब्ध है। इस नस्ल की मांग अधिक से अधिक बढ़ रही है।  कोटा बकरियां आकार में मध्यम से बड़ी होती हैं और व्यावसायिक उत्पादन के लिए बहुत उपयुक्त होती हैं।

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कोटा बकरी की विशेषताएं

कोटा बकरी के कोट का रंग मुख्यतः काला होता है जिसके कान पर सफेद धब्बे होते हैं, कुछ सफेद, भूरे और धब्बेदार बकरियां भी पाई जाती हैं। कोटा बकरी का शरीर घने बालों से ढका होता है जो छोटे और मोटे होते हैं। मूल रूप से, कोटा बकरियां लंबे पैरों वाले बड़े आकार के जानवर हैं। कोटा की बकरियों के लंबे सपाट झुके हुए कान होते हैं जो लगभग 24-25 सेमी लंबे होते हैं। नर और मादा दोनों के सींग ऊपर और पीछे मुड़े होते हैं। कोटा बकरी 1 से 2 लीटर रोज दूध दे सकती हैं। इस बकरी का पंच चेहरा, रोमन नाक जो इसे औरों से अलग, परफेक्ट लुक देती है। औसतन कोटा बच्चे का जन्म वजन लगभग 1.5 से 2.0 किलोग्राम होता है। कोटा नस्ल डेढ़ साल में दो बार बच्चा पैदा कर सकते हैं, आमतौर कोटा नस्ल, 12 से 15 महीने की उम्र में बच्चा पैदा करना शुरू कर देते हैं, कोटा बकरियां 1 बच्चे को जन्म देती हैं और जुड़वां बच्चे लगभग 40% होते हैं। कोटा बकरी 1 से 2 लीटर रोज दूध दे सकती हैं। कोटा खुद को किसी भी वातावरण और जलवायु के साथ आसानी से अपना सकती है। कोटा बकरी बीटल बकरी के समान है।

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Kota Breed

कोटा बकरी क्या काम आती है?

 कोटा की बकरियों को दूध, मांस और त्वचा के उत्पादन के लिए पाला जा रहा है। कोटा बकरियां डेयरी उत्पादन के लिए सबसे अच्छी बकरियों में से एक हैं, और वे सबसे अच्छी मांस बकरी की नस्लों में से एक हैं। लेकिन लोग अपनी रुचि के लिए कोटा बकरी रखते हैं, वे पालतू जानवर के रूप में उपयोग करते हैं और उनका उपयोग आय के लिए किया जा सकता है। आप इन कोटा को पालतू जानवर के रूप में बेचने के लिए प्रजनन कर सकते हैं, या आप उन्हें दूध देने के लिए इस्तेमाल कर सकते हैं।


Kota Female Goat

कोटा बकरी कैसे पाले?

उचित स्थान का चयन: बकरी पालन शुरू करने के लिए ऐसी जगह चुनें जहां नमी न हो और आसपास खुला मैदान हो ताकि आप बकरियों को रोजाना हरा चारा खिला सकें। शुद्ध हवा और पीने का पानी हो तो बकरी पालने और खाने-पीने का खर्चा कम से कम हो और आपको ज्यादा से ज्यादा लाभ मिल सके।

बकरियों की संख्या: शेड में बकरियों की संख्या उतनी ही रखें, जितना आप आसानी से रख सकें।

स्वच्छता: बकरियों के आसपास के स्थानों की साफ-सफाई का विशेष ध्यान रखें।

बकरियों का चारा: कोटा नस्ल सामान्य चराई के बजाय झाड़ियों, पेड़ के पत्तों और घास के शीर्ष पर ब्राउज़ करती है| बकरियों के चारे में हरि पत्ती का प्रयोग अवश्य करें, यह उनके लिए बहुत फायदेमंद होता है और साथ ही हम उन्हें ग्वार का भूसा, मूंगफली का भूसा आदि भी दे सकते हैं। 

रोग की रोकथाम और टीका कारण: पाले जाने वाली बकरियों में विभिन्न प्रकार के रोग भी हो सकते हैं, जैसे अतिसार, अतिसार आदि रोग, जिनकी रोकथाम के लिए टीकाकरण का प्रयोग किया जाता है।

Kota Goat

सिरोही बकरा की कीमत

कोटा बकरी की कीमत बाजार में उनकी मांग के कारण अधिक है। आम तौर पर, कीमत उम्र और वजन पर निर्भर करती है। कोटा बकरी के बच्चे की कीमत वयस्कों की तुलना में कम है।

कोटा बकरी के बच्चे की कीमत 3000 - 4000 रुपये है, बड़े की कीमत 11000 - 14000 रुपये है।

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बकरी पालन

Jan. 22, 2022

बकरी पालन क्या है?

  • बकरी पालन एक कृषि-व्यवसाय है जिसे कम पूँजी और कम जगह में भी  किया जा सकता है ।

  • बकरियां पालना एक आकर्षक और आनंददायक फार्मिंग का अनुभव हो सकता है, जब तक कि आप अच्छी तरह से तैयार हों।

  • हालांकि, कम समय में अच्छा मुनाफा सुनिश्चित करने के लिए बकरी पालन फार्म शुरू करना सबसे महत्वपूर्ण कारक है।

  • बकरी पालन दुनिया में तेजी से लोकप्रिय हो रहा है।

  • बकरी पालन में पशुपालन भी एक शाखा के रूप में घरेलू बकरियों को पालना और प्रजनन करना शामिल है।

  • अन्य शाकाहारियों की तरह, एक बकरी किसान जितने जानवरों को पाल सकता है  वह चारागाह की गुणवत्ता पर निर्भर करता है।

  • नियोजन के दौरान संपूर्ण समग्र संदर्भ को ध्यान में रखते हुए, भूमि प्रबंधक एक स्पष्ट तस्वीर बना सकते हैं कि पशुधन को कहाँ और कब होना चाहिए।

  • यदि आप एक नौसिखिया हैं और बकरी पालन व्यवसाय शुरू करने में रुचि रखते हैं, तो आपको निम्नलिखित फायदे और नुकसान के बारे में पता होना चाहिए।

बकरी पालन के लाभ

  • बकरियां बहुमुखी जानवर हैं जिनमें से चुनने के लिए विभिन्न प्रकार की नस्लें हैं। हालाँकि, हम इस लेख में बकरी पालन के प्रमुख लाभों के बारे में जानेंगे।
  • बकरियां वास्तव में अद्भुत जीव हैं।
  • बकरियां छोटे पैमाने पर और वाणिज्यिक दोनों कार्यों के लिए उपयुक्त हैं।
  • आपको जानकर हैरानी होगी कि ये 7-12 महीने की उम्र में यौन परिपक्वता तक पहुंच जाते हैं और कम समय में बच्चों को जन्म देते हैं। इसके अलावा, कुछ बकरी की नस्ल प्रति बच्चे कई बच्चे पैदा करती है।
  • इसलिए बकरियों को "गरीब आदमी की गाय" कहा जाता है क्योंकि इसमें अच्छे रिटर्न के वादे होते हैं जो एक निवेश स्रोत के रूप में काम कर सकते हैं।
  • चूंकि बकरी पालन व्यवसाय बहुत लाभदायक है, इसलिए कई सरकारी और गैर-सरकारी बैंक इस व्यवसाय को शुरू करने के लिए ऋण दे रहे हैं।
  • अन्य  जानवरों की तुलना में बकरियां गर्म जलवायु परिस्थितियों या उच्च तापमान को सहन कर सकती हैं।
  • व्यावसायिक कृषि स्थितियों में बड़े जानवरों के विपरीत, नर और मादा दोनों बकरियों का मूल्य समान होता है।
  • बकरी को दूध के भंडारण के लिए चलने वाला रेफ्रिजरेटर कहा जाता है और इसे दिन में कई बार दूध पिलाया जा सकता है।
  • विदेशी भेड़ की नस्लों में डोरसेट, सफ़ोक, मेरिनो, रैंबौइलेट, चेवियट और साउथडाउन शामिल हैं। भारतीय बकरी की नस्लों में जमुनापारी, बीटल, बारबरी, टेलिचेरी, सिरोही, उस्मानाबादी, कन्नी आडू, कोडी आडू, ब्लैक बंगाल, चेगू और चांगथांगी शामिल हैं। Saanen, Alpine, Anglo-Nubian, Toggenburg, Angora और Boer कुछ विदेशी बकरी नस्लें हैं।
  • बकरी अवैतनिक पारिवारिक श्रम का प्रभावी ढंग से उपयोग करने के अलावा ग्रामीण गरीबों को रोजगार देती है। बकरी के मांस और दूध उत्पादों पर आधारित कुटीर उद्योग स्थापित करने और त्वचा और फाइबर के मूल्यवर्धन की पर्याप्त गुंजाइश है।
  • भारत में बकरी की 9 सबसे अच्छी नस्ल है जो बकरी किसानों को सबसे अधिक लाभ मार्जिन देती है।
  • वे उच्च गुणवत्ता वाली खाद का उत्पादन भी करते हैं जो फसल उत्पादन को बढ़ाने में मदद करता है।

बकरी पालन के नुकसान

  • इसलिए, यदि आप एक मौजूदा बकरी किसान हैं या एक नया व्यवसाय शुरू करना चाहते हैं, तो आपको बकरी पालन व्यवसाय के नुकसान के बारे में सीखना चाहिए।
  • बकरी पालन व्यवसाय को कुशलतापूर्वक कैसे चलाया जाए, इस बारे में विशेषज्ञता का भी अभाव है।
  • बकरियों को बगीचों और खेतों से दूर रखना चाहिए अन्यथा वे सब कुछ खा जाएंगे और कृषि को नष्ट कर देंगे।
  • बकरियां  बहुत जल्दी बीमार हो जाती है।
  • बकरियां बहुत जल्दी ठंडी हो जाती हैं।
  • बकरियों का रोग आपस में बहुत तेजी से फैलता है।
  • बारिश में भीगने से बकरियां बहुत जल्दी बीमार हो जाती हैं।
  • सर्दियों में बकरियों को बहुत जल्दी ठंड लग जाती है जिससे उनकी देखभाल करना बहुत मुश्किल हो जाता है।
  • ब्रीडर  से बहुत दुर्गंध आती है।

बकरी पालन कैसे शुरू करें

बकरी पालन शुरू करने के लिए आप निम्नलिखित बिंदुओ पर विचार करके बकरी पालन के लिए सही योजना बना सकते हैं ।

उचित स्थान का चयन : बकरी पालन शुरू करने के लिए ऐसे स्थान का चयन करें जहां नमी ना हो और आस पास खुला मैदान हो जिससे आप बकरियों को रोज हरा चारा खिला सके । शुद्ध हवा और पीने का पानी हो  बकरी पालन के खाने पीने में जो खर्चा होता है वो कम से कम हो और आप का ज्यादा से ज्यादा फायदा हों सके ।

बकरियों की सही नस्ल का चयन : हमारे भारत देश में विभिन्न नस्लों की बकरियां पाई जाती हैं जैसे जमुनापारी, बीटल, बरबरी, सिरोही, आदि

बकरियों की संख्या : शेड में बकरियों की सख्या उतनी ही रखे जितनी बकरियों की आप आसानी से देख भाल कर सके

साफ सफाई :  बकरियों के आस पास के स्थानों की सफाई का विशेष ध्यान रखें

 बीमा करवाना: हम अपने जानवरों का बीमा भी करा सकते हैं जिससे हम नुकसान से बचे रहें। बहुत सी कंपनियां हैं जो जानवरों का बीमा पॉलिसी चलाती  हैं।

बकरियों का चारा : बकरियों के चारे में हरी पत्तियों का प्रयोग जरूर करे यह उनके लिए बहुत ही फायदेमंद होता है और साथ ही हम उन्हें ग्वार का भूसा, मूंगफली का भूसा आदि दे सकते हैं

रोग निवारण और टीका कारण : पाली गई बकरियों में विभिन्न प्रकार के रोग भी हो सकते हैं जैसे - आफरा,दस्त, आदि रोग पाए जाते है जिनकी रोकथाम के लिए टीकाकरण का प्रयोग किया जाता हैं।

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बकरियों की कौन कौन सी नस्ल होती हैं

बीटल, बरबरी, सिरोही, जमुनापारी,सोजत, ब्लैक बंगाल, बोर बकरी,गुजरी, पंजाबी, हैदराबादी, उस्मानाबादी,कोटा, करोली,तोतापरी आदि नस्ले पाई जाती हैं।





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Fastest animals in the world

Dec. 14, 2021

Top 10 Fastest animals in the world


1. Mexican free-tailed bat

speed= 160 km/h (99 mph)

mexican free tziled bat

  • The Mexican free-tailed bat or Brazilian free-tailed bat (Tadarida brasiliensis) is a medium-sized bat native to the Americas, regarded as one of the most abundant mammals in North America.
  • These outflights, like the one from beneath Congress Avenue Bridge in Austin, Texas, or at Bracken Cave just down the road in San Antonio, can last for hours. 
  • This bat has a tail that measures half the length of its body
  • Tadarida brasiliensis is the scientific name of the Mexican free-tailed bat. 
  • Mexican free-tailed bats are typically 9 cm (3.5 in) in length and weigh around 7–12 g (0.25–0.42 oz) with females tending to be slightly heavier than males by 1-2 grams for increased fat storage to use during gestation and nursing

2. Cheetah 

speed= 109.4–120.7 km/h (68.0–75.0 mph)


  • The cheetah can accelerate from 0 to 96.6 km/h (60.0 mph) in under three seconds, though endurance is limited: most cheetahs run for only 60 seconds at a time.
  • The cheetah is also the only cat that cannot retract its claws, providing more traction. 
  • A combination of leg length, muscle size and a long stride gives the cheetah the ideal body for running across land, said John Hutchinson, a professor of evolutionary biomechanics at the Royal Veterinary College in London
  • The cheetah occurs in a variety of habitats such as savannahs in the Serengeti, arid mountain ranges in the Sahara and hilly desert terrain in Iran.
  • They have been widely depicted in art, literature, advertising, and animation.

3. Pronghorn

speed= 88.5 km/h (55.0 mph)


  • The pronghorn (American antelope) is the fastest animal over long distances; it can run 56 km/h for 6 km (35 mph for 4 mi), 67 km/h for 1.6 km (42 mph for 1 min), and 88.5 km/h for 0.8 km (55 mph for 0.5 mi).
  • Ranging from Canada to California the pronghorn is not only the second-fastest land animal but also has the stamina to run at pace over long distances.
  • Pronghorns keep their mouths open slightly when they run, which allows them to take in extra oxygen.
  • As a member of the superfamily Giraffoidea, the pronghorn's closest living relatives are the giraffe and okapi.
  • They are found in Canada, the USA and Mexico, and their ability to run both fast and for very long periods allows them to comfortably outpace pursuing coyotes and bobcats.


speed= 88 km/h (55 mph)


  • The springbok, an antelope of the gazelle tribe in southern Africa, can make long jumps and sharp turns while running.
  •  Aside from their speed – which they can maintain only for short distances – their special skills are 3 meter high bounce-like jumps, and sharp turns whilst running at pace, enabling them to shake off chasing predators.
  • It is the symbol and nickname of the national rugby team of South Africa.
  •  The International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources classifies the springbok as a least concern species. 
  • Both sexes also have black, curved, lyre-shaped horns. Larger males can have horns 36-48cm in length.

5. Wildebeest

speed= 80.5 km/h (50.0 mph)


  • There are two species of wildebeest found in East and Southern Africa – the blue wildebeest and black wildebeest – both of which are surprisingly fast for their size.
  • Wildebeests eat grasses and migrate up to 995 miles each year in search of the best food and water sources.
  • In East Africa, the blue wildebeest is the most abundant big-game species; some populations perform an annual migration to new grazing grounds, but the black wildebeest is merely nomadic.
  •  Both are extremely fast runners, which allows them to flee from predators.
  •  They are among the most specialized and successful of African herbivores and are dominant in plains ecosystems.

6. Lion

speed= 80.5 km/h (50.0 mph)


  • The lion is the second fastest wild cat with a top running speed of 80.5 km/h, though only for very short bursts.
  • Like the cheetah, the lion can only manage their top speed for short bursts, meaning they need to stalk close to their prey and work as a team to ensure a successful hunt.
  • One of the most widely recognised animal symbols in human culture, the lion has been extensively depicted in sculptures and paintings, on national flags, and in contemporary films and literature
  •  Historically, they ranged across much of Europe, Asia, and Africa, but now they are found mainly in parts of Africa south of the Sahara.

7. Blackbuck

speed= 80 km/h (50 mph)


  • Male and female blackbucks have distinctly different appearances.
  •  Because of the male’s impressive horns, blackbuck are sadly a popular trophy animals for hunters.
  • The blackbuck is active mainly during the day.
  • The antelope is native to and found mainly in India, while it is locally extinct in Pakistan and Bangladesh.
  •  The rest of their bodies are brown, and their undersides are white.

8. Thomson's gazelle

speed= 80 km/h (50 mph)

thomson gazelle

  • Thomson's gazelles, being long-distance runners, can escape cheetahs by sheer endurance
  •  Grant’s gazelles are sometimes confused with Thomson’s.
  •  The Thomson's gazelle can reach speeds of 80–90 km/h (50–55 mph). It is the fourth-fastest land animal, after the cheetah (its main predator), pronghorn, and springbok.
  •  On Grant’s gazelles, the patch always extends above the tail.

9. Hare

speed=80 km/h (50 mph)


  • Hares can reach maximum speeds of 35 mph (56 km/h) in short distances of approximately 90 meters, and a top speed of 50 mph (80 km/h) for about 20 meters. 
  •  Similar in form to common rabbits, hares have longer ears and live solitarily or in pairs above ground, hence the need for their speed.
  • Five leporid species with "hare" in their common names are not considered true hares: the hispid hare (Caprolagus hispidus), and four species known as red rock hares (comprising Pronolagus). Conversely, jackrabbits are hares, rather than rabbits.


10. Jackrabbit

speed= 72 km/h (45 mph)


  • The jackrabbit's strong hind legs allow it to leap 3 m (9.8 ft) in one bound; some can even reach 6 m (20 ft).
  • They use these leaps and a zigzag running style to evade their many predators, including coyotes.
  • The hares host many ectoparasites including fleas, ticks, lice, and mites; for this reason, hunters often avoid collecting them.
  • The black-tailed jackrabbit is an important prey species for raptors and carnivorous mammals, such as eagles, hawks, owls, coyotes, foxes, and wild cats.

Animals Speed
1. Mexican free-tailed bat 160 km/h (99 mph)
2. Cheetah  109.4–120.7 km/h (68.0–75.0 mph)
3. Pronghorn 88.5 km/h (55.0 mph)
4.Springbok  88 km/h (55 mph)
5. Wildebeest

80.5 km/h (50.0 mph)

6. Lion 80.5 km/h (50.0 mph)
7. Blackbuck 80 km/h (50 mph)
8. Thomson's gazelle 80 km/h (50 mph)
9. Hare 80 km/h (50 mph)
10. Jackrabbit 72 km/h (45 mph)


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Cute Animals

Nov. 25, 2021

Cute Animals 


1. Margay


maygay cat


  • The margay (Leopardus wiedii) is a small wild cat native to Central and South America.
  • It has gray to golden-brown fur with black and brown spots.
  • Each Margay requires about 16 square km (6.2 square miles) to live well in the forest.
  •  The tail can measure up to 70% of the head and body length and acts as a counterweight to help maintain balance.
  • The adaptations of the Margay to their forest habitat is such that they are badly affected by their contracting ranges due to deforestation and land conversion as they refuse to cross open areas with no cover.

 2.Red panda


red panda


  • The red panda (Ailurus fulgens) is a carnivoran native to the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China
  • They have large, round heads and short snouts with big, pointed ears
  • Red pandas scent-mark territories using anal glands and urine, as well as scent glands located between their footpads.
  •  The feet have hairy soles, and the claws are semi-retractile.
  •  It is a very popular zoo animal and is frequently involved in the animal trade

3. Siberian flying squirrel


siberian flyling squirrel


  • The Siberian flying squirrel is an Old World flying squirrel found across Eurasia.
  • Their limbs are relatively short and thick and their hind feet are significantly larger than their forefeet.
  • Therefore, in the present study, we characterized the habitats of P. 
  • A female Siberian flying squirrel weighs about 150 grams, the males being slightly smaller on average. 
  • The most common sign of their presence is their droppings, which resemble orange-yellow rice grains and are often found beneath or on top of their nest.

 4. Gundi



  • Gundis (Family Ctenodactylidae) are cute rodents that are found in Northern Africa.
  • Gundis or comb rats are a group of small, stocky rodents
  • They live in rocky deserts across the northern parts of the continent.
  • Gundis are from 17 to 18 cm in body length, with compact bodies covered in soft fur, short legs, and large eyes.
  • Gundis are herbivorous, eating almost every type of available plant.

5.Fennec Fox



  • The fennec fox is a small crepuscular fox native to the Sahara Desert, the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt, and the Arava and Negev deserts in Israel.
  • The Fennec Fox is the smallest mammal in the world
  • Their coats are long, soft, and thick and range in color from reddish cream to light fawn to almost white.
  • Fennec foxes typically give birth to one litter of pups per year, with between two and five young in a litter.
  • The fennec fox, also known as the desert fox.

6. Dik Dik


Dik Dik


  • A dik-dik is the name for any of four species of small antelope in the genus Madoqua that live in the bushlands of eastern and southern Africa.
  • Fully grown, dik-diks stand about 12-16 inches tall at the shoulders and weigh 7-15 pounds.
  • Dik-diks are herbivores whose diet mainly consists of foliage, shoots, fruit, and berries.
  • Their noses also help in managing with the heat.
  • Dik-diks stand about 30–40 centimetres at the shoulder, are 50–70 cm long, weigh 3–6 kilograms and can live for up to 10 years.

7.Siberian Chipmunk


siberian chipmunk


  • Siberian chipmunks usually live solitary lives, but during the winter they create a burrow, which they often share with another chipmunk.
  • he overall coloration of its coat is yellow to brown.
  • This species is native to Russia in northern European, Siberia to Sakhalin and Kunashir, extreme eastern Kazakhstan, northern Mongolia, northern and central China, Korea, and in Japan in Hokkaido, Iturup, Rishiri, Rebun, Teuri, and Yagishiri. It has been introduced at one confirmed locality, Karuizawa, on Honshu.
  • The Siberian chipmunk exhibits sexual dimorphism, and size and body proportions are the only way to distinguish younger chipmunks from older ones.
  • The Siberian Chipmunk has also been bred in captivity for many years to be kept as pets.





  • Tarsiers are lemurlike in being nocturnal and having a well-developed sense of smell.
  • The eyes and placenta are also simiiform in structure.
  • It is a member of the approximately 45-million-year-old family tarsiidae, whose name is derived from its elongated "tarsus" or ankle bone.
  • The newborn tarsier is born with much fur and eyes open.
  • The Philippine tarsier has thin, rough fur which is colored gray to dark brown


9.The American mink


the american mink


  • The American Mink is a semi-aquatic mammal, which are well-known for their high valued furs, occur across Tennessee.
  • The American mink (Neogale vison) is a semiaquatic species of mustelid native to North America, though human intervention has expanded its range to many parts of Europe, Asia and South America
  • Gestation typically lasts 51 days for the American mink, but this period can vary, as implantation of the fertilized egg can be delayed for 1–14 days. 
  • Mink are carnivores and eat a wide variety of prey including rabbits, water voles, rats, birds, eggs, fish and domestic fowl.

10. Elephant shrew


elephant shrew


  • You can probably see why these little guys are called “elephant” shrews with their trunk-like nose. 
  • They are widely distributed across the southern part of Africa, and although common nowhere, can be found in almost any type of habitat, from the Namib Desert to boulder-strewn outcrops in South Africa to thick forest. 
  • Their ears and eyes are large, and, when alarmed, they run on their toes swiftly along paths they construct and maintain, sometimes leaping over obstacles. 
  • Gestation lasts two months, and litters contain one or two well-developed young.
  • The Somali elephant shrew went unobserved from 1968 to 2020 but was rediscovered by a group of scientists in Djibouti.

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Type of pigeons

Jan. 11, 2022

Type of pigeons

1. Ice Pigeon

Flying range : Average

cost in India : 10000 to 11,000 

color : White and ice blue

ice pigeon

  • The oldest among German Pigeons, the ice pigeon are popular and known to be cross-bred by Charles Darwin to ascertain colors and patterns. 
  • The Ice pigeon is a very beautiful bird with calm and gentle nature
  • Due to their ornamental beauty and calm and gentle nature, they are popular for exhibiting.
  • The dark banned and checked adaptation has orange to yellow orange shaded eyes.
  • This pigeon is a fancy bird-known for its ice-blue coloration.

2. African Owl Pigeon

Flying range :  Good

cost in India : 10,000 to 11,000

color :  white African owl, brown, black and more

african owl pigeon

  • This domesticated pigeon, with its unique appearance and mannerism, is developed in years through selective breeding techniques.
  •  The beak of this breed is short and stout, and it is this beak which gives the Owl type their name, being turned down in shape.
  • The distinguishing feature of all owl pigeons is the crest of feathers that runs down the front of the breast.
  • Eyes are large and bold in a currant red colour and the bird has fine, white, neat cere.

3. Fantail Pigeon

Flying range :  Average

cost in India : 2000 to 2500

color : white, black, grey and silver

fantail pigeon

  • The Fantail pigeon is among the oldest breed of this bird. With the fan-shaped tail appearance and silky feather textures, they look lovely and charming.
  • Fantails are most common in China, India, Pakistan, and Spain.
  • The breed is thought to have originated in Pakistan, India, China, Japan or Spain.
  • The tail has 30 to 40 feathers compared to the standard 12 to 14 feathers seen on most other members of the pigeon family. 

4. Pouter Pigeon

Flying range :  Good

cost in India : 10000 to 11,000

color : White, black, grey commonly

Pouter Pigeon

  • Pouter regions are popular with several subspecies across the west.
  • There are many varieties of pouter with little in common except for the nature of the crop.
  • These birds are so attractive that a breed known as the Horseman Thief Pouter steals and retrieves wild pigeons and other fancier’s pigeons back to their loft with its good looks and wooing.
  • Throughout the centuries of selective breeding, this feature of wooing mates with an inflated globe lent itself to being a very tame pet bird. 

5. Frill Back Pigeon

Flying range :  Average

cost in India : 2,200 to 5,900

color : Grey, white and black, yellow, silver and more

frill back pigeon

  • If you ask as which is the top fancy and beauty breed in pigeon birds, the frill back type is among the famous ones.
  • Their longer wing and tail feathers also end in frills.
  • The breed is known for the frill or curls on the wing shield feathers. 
  • Their precise origin is unknown, but the most accepted theory is that they come from the ancient region of Asia Minor (also known as Anatolia, today this corresponds to an area covering Turkey, Greece, Kurdistan, Armenia and what is known as Assyria – parts of northern Iran, Iraq and Syria).


6. Lahore Pigeon

Flying range :  Average

cost in India : 4,000 to 5,000

color : White body color with different markings such as brown, black, blue and red

Lahore Pigeon

  • Lahore Pigeon is a breed of fancy pigeon known for its impressive size and gentle nature
  • Originated in city of Lahore in Pakistan, this bird was also bred in the present area Iran.
  • Lahore pigeon is a fancy breed that is raised mainly to be kept as a domestic pet.
  • Lahore pigeon  breed was imported into Germany around 1880 and became very popular among the pigeon enthusiasts at the beginning of the 1960s

7. Nicobar pigeon

Flying range :  Good

cost in India : 50,000 to 80,000

color : green and blue iridescent back

nicobar pigeon

  • The Nicobar Pigeon is one of the most beautiful of the many species of pigeons or doves and is the only living member of the genus Caloenus.
  • Females are slightly smaller than males; they have a smaller bill knob, shorter hackles and browner underparts.
  • The general coloration is dark green iridescent, with a short white tail.
  • . Once known to be found in abundance in its range, their numbers in the wild are declining as they are frequently captured for pet trade and hunted for food.

8. Jacobin Pigeon

Flying range :  Average

cost in India : 7,000

color : Blue, black, yellow, silver and white

jacobin pigeon

  • This Asiatic pigeon is under a fancy type of bird, which only has selective breeding.
  • The breed name comes from the feather arrangements on their heads (known as a muff or cowl) that look similar to the hoods that Jacobin monks wore.
  • The Jacobin pigeon is an Asiatic breed of domestic fancy pigeon.
  • It is a very old breed and it’s head is completely hidden behind it’s splendid hood of 5-6 long feathers.

9. Helmet Pigeon

Flying range :  Average

cost in India : 6,500 to 7500

color : White

helmet pigeon

  • Helmet pigeons are among oldest types of breeds that were in existence from 15th century onwards. 
  • The Helmet is a breed of fancy pigeon developed over many years of selective breeding.
  • The helmet pigeon goes by a couple of other names such as the helmet crested pigeon and the German helmet pigeon.
  • It’s fallen in and out of popularity among pigeon breeders, but the helmet pigeon is a unique breed that many people love. 

10. Saxon Shield Pigeon

Flying range :  Average

cost in India : 2000 tp 3000

color : White with black, red, brown and more colors

saxon shield pigeon

  • The Saxon Shield is a breed of fancy pigeon.
  • They have muff feathers which are long and curvy, making them distinct and unique compared to other breeds. 
  • Their chest is broad and well curved, and it appears to be projecting outwards.
  • The bird actually comes in many colors including blue, black, red and yellow with white bars or spangles, blue with black bars or barless, blue check or silver check.

List of pigeon

Number Name
1. Ice Pigeon
2 African Owl Pigeon
3. Fantail Pigeon
4. Pouter Pigeon
5. Frill Back Pigeon
6. Lahore Pigeon
7. Nicobar pigeon
8. Jacobin Pigeon
9. Helmet Pigeon
10. Saxon Shield Pigeon


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Boer Breed

Oct. 7, 2021


Boer Breed

  • Boer is Breed of Goat

  • which was developed in South Africa in the early 1900s

  • The name is derived from the Afrikaans word boer, which means farmer.

  • The Boer goat was probably bred from the indigenous South African goats kept by the Namaqua, San, and Fooku tribes, with some crossing of Indian and European bloodlines being possible

  • Millions of Boer goats are raised in southern Africa as well as in Australia and New Zealand, the United States and Canada, the United Kingdom, and elsewhere.

  • They were selected for meat rather than milk production.

  • This makes it one of the most popular breeds of meat goat in the world.
  • Boer goats have high disease resistance and adapt well to hot, dry semi-deserts.
  • Common crosses are Boer x Spanish goat, Boer x Angora goat, Boer x Kiko goat, Boer x Nubian goat, Boer x Sirohi, Boer x Osmanabadi, and Boer x Jamnapari goat. An effort to crossbreed with the Malabari goat has been controversial

  • The Boer breed is characterized by a white body, red head and red coloration on at least one side of the neck.

  • They have large pendulous ears, are large, stocky animals with backward-curving horns and strong, well-placed legs.

  • They are prized for their size, rapid weight gain, carcass quality, hardness and delicacy.

  • Boers are famous for having twins in three years, often twins and sometimes triplets.

  • Adult males often reach 160 kg (350 Pound), and females can weigh up to 110 kg (about 250 Pound).

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Persian Cat

Jan. 20, 2022

Persian Cat breed

  • The Persian cat  is a long-haired breed of cat characterized by its round face and short muzzle.
  • His beautiful, flowing coat, sweet face and calm personality have combined to make him the most popular cat breed. 
  • These cats have a sturdy body and thick, solid legs, which partly accounts for the fact that they are not known to be jumpers. 
  • The Persian purr-sonality makes her affectionate and laid back, and she is a sweet and loving family companion.
  • Although she enjoys sitting in her humans’ laps and being pet, she’s just as happy to sit and observe everyone’s comings and goings from afar. 
  • They are mostly chosen by the cat lovers who are willing to include a silent yet an adorable member in their family.
  • They’ve been around for a long time, with hieroglyphic references to the breed dating as far back as 1684 B.C.

Persian cat

Persian cat history

  • As one of the oldest cat breeds, Persian cats can be traced all the way back to the 1600s.
  • Like all modern-day domestic cats, the Persian breed is a descendent of the Felis silvestris lybica, a wildcat originally from the Middle East and North Africa.
  • The Persian Empire covered a large area of the Near East including modern day Iran and Turkey.

percian cat

How to care your persian cat

  • Coat Maintenance: Start brushing your cat's fur at an young age. To make sure that your Persian cats have a long, silky double-coat which will matt and tangle easily if not brushed daily. This will help detangle their fur and make it easier to brush and wash.
  • Ear Cleaning: Warm the olive oil or ear cleaner to body temperature by placing the container in a warm (not hot) pan of water. Use a cotton ball moistened with ear cleaner to gently wipe the cat’s ears. Gently massage the base of the ear for at least a minute, to work the liquid around.
  • Eye Cleaning: Most Persian cats have “weepy” eyes and, if left untouched, can stain and build up around the cat’s eyes; sometimes leading to infection. This process turns the tears into a brown sticky substance.  All you need is some warm water and cotton pads.
  • Hairballs: Your Persian cat will inevitably develop hairballs, but brushing on a regular basis will greatly help prevent them from occurring. Most cats will get hairballs, not just Persians. Of course, a cat with fur as long as a Persian cat is more likely to endure them. Nothing can be done to totally prevent hairballs in cats, but there are things you can do to reduce the likelihood your cat will have hairballs or reduce their frequency. 
  • Nail trimming: They need to be brushed and combed daily, bathed once or twice a month, and have their nails clipped every ten days to two weeks. Be patient with the cat and if it becomes restless, stop clipping the claws and try again the next day.  Front claws should be cut every couple weeks, but back claws grow slower and can be done less often.
  • Bathing:  A large plastic bowl with a little bit of warm water will be the ideal container to start wetting and gently soaking your cat until they don't try to run away and feel calm and confident. . A Persian cat will begin to look greasy as it becomes dirtier and mats will increase quickly if the cat is not bathed.
  • Dental care: Do not try to brush the entire mouth at first. Brushing your Persian’s teeth, as with any cat, will help reduce tartar buildup and prevent dental disease. If all that your pet lets you brush is the outside of the upper teeth, you are still addressing the most important area of periodontal disease – prevention.

persian cat caring


1. Himalayan cat

Eye color: Blue, Copper, Green
color:  Tortoiseshell, Frost, Silver, Golden, Brown,  Chocolate, Seal, Lilac, Blue, Black, Flame, Red, Cream, Fawn, Cinnamon
Life spam: 9-15 years

  • In 1950, the Siamese was crossed with the Persian to create a breed with the body type of the Persian but colorpoint pattern of the Siamese.
  • The body is short but thick with thick legs and a short, thick neck. 
  •  Many Himalayans have been seen being pushed around in baby strollers while wearing cute clothes.
  • It has been suggested that the Persian long-haired cats are descended from Pallas's cat, Felis manul, a wild cat that inhabits central Asia and which is unmarked with spots or stripes and has very long soft fur. 

Himalayan cat

2. Exotic Shorthair

Eye color: Their eyes can be blue, blue-green, or copper, depending on the animal's coat color.
color:  chocolate, brown, sable ci,amon lavender, silver fawn blue, gray black, ebony cream, beige, tan lilac white red, orange
Life spam: 8–15 years

  • Developed through crosses between Persians and American Shorthairs, plus Burmese and Russian Blues, he has the look of the Persian but with a short, plush, easy-care coat. Here’s what you need to know if you’re considering acquiring an Exotic Shorthair.
  •  The Exotic is similar to the Persian in many ways, including temperament and conformation, a flat nose and face with the exceptions of the short dense coat.
  • These cats are a low-maintenance breed that doesn't require a lot of space and will be as happy in an apartment as a sprawling home.

Exotic Shorthair

Persian cat color 

There are 61 types of colors of the Persian cat.

Silver and Gold Division

  1. Shaded Golden
  2. Chinchilla Silver
  3. Chinchilla Golden
  4. Shaded Silver


Particolor Division

  1. Blue-Cream
  2. Tortoiseshell
  3. Lilac-Cream
  4. Chocolate Tortoiseshell

color cat

Himalayan Division

  1. Chocolate-Tortie Lynx
  2. Lilac-Cream Lynx
  3. Blue-Cream Lynx
  4. Lilac Lynx
  5. Red Lynx
  6. Cream Lynx
  7. Tortie Lynx
  8. Blue Lynx
  9. Seal Lynx
  10. Tortie Point
  11. Seal Point
  12. Lilac-Cream Point
  13. Lilac Point
  14. Flame Point (Red)
  15. Cream Point
  16. Chocolate-Tortie Point
  17. Chocolate Point
  18. Blue-Cream Point
  19. Blue Point


Bicolor Division

  1. Black and White
  2. Blue and White
  3. Chocolate and White
  4. Cream and White
  5. Red and White
  6. Calico
  7. Lilac and White
  8. Dilute Calico
  9. Lilac Calico
  10. Chocolate Calico


Tabby Division

  1. Blue
  2. Blue-Silver
  3. Brown
  4. Cameo
  5. Cameo-Cream
  6. Cream
  7. Silver

taddy cat

Solid Division

  1. Red
  2. Lilac
  3. Cream
  4. White
  5. Black
  6. Chocolate

white persian cat

Smoke and Shaded Division

  1. Shell Cameo
  2. Cream Smoke
  3. Shaded Cameo
  4. Cream Shaded Cameo
  5. Cream Shell Cameo
  6. Cameo Smoke (Red)
  7. Blue-Cream Smoke
  8. Blue Smoke

smoke color


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