Wayanad is a rustic region in Kerala state, southwest India. In the east, the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is a lavish, forested district with zones of high height, home to creatures including Asiatic elephants, tigers, panthers and egrets. The town of Sultan Bathery is named after its close-by old Jain Temple, which was utilized as an ammo battery, or ordnance, by Tipu Sultan's armed force in the eighteenth century.
Wayanad is additionally known for its trekking courses. The trail to the its most astounding pinnacle, Chembra, passes a heart-molded lake on the way to the summit. In the region's western region, Banasura Sagar Dam, worked of tremendous stones and rocks, has made a gigantic repository. Encompassed by slopes, the supply is spotted with little islands.