ash sharakeeya kshetr (omaan)

ash sharakeeya
اaaلaaمaaنaaطaaقaaة اaaلaaشaaرaaقaaيaaة \ Ash Sharqiyah
मानचित्र जिसमें अश शरक़ीयाالمنطقة الشرقية \ Ash Sharqiyah हाइलाइटेड है
soochana
rajdhani : soor
kshetrafal : 36,800 kimee²
janasankhya(2003):
ghanatv :
3,13,761
8.53/kimee²
upavibhaagon ke naam: vilaayat
upavibhaagon ki sankhya: 11
mukhya bhaasha(eain): arabi


ash sharakeeya kshetr (arabi: اaaلaaمaaنaaطaaقaaة اaaلaaشaaرaaقaaيaaة, angreji: Ash Sharqiyah) omaan ka ek mintakaah (uchch-stareeya prashaasanik kshetr) hua karta tha jise 28 October 2011 mein do bhaagon mein vibhaajit kar diya gaya, jinhein 'muhaafjaah' ka darja diya gaya - 'ash sharakeeya uttar muhaafjaah' aur 'ash sharakeeya dakshin muhaafjaah'.[1] yeh ilaaka omaan ke poorvottar mein hai (arabi bhaasha mein 'sharakeeya' ka matlab 'poorvi' hota hai) aur arab saagar ke saath iska tat hai. yahaaain ke tatavarti samudaaya bahut kaal se machhali pakadne ka kaam karte aaye hain. omaan ka sabse bada dweep, maseeraah dweep, bhi isi prashaasanik kshetr ka hissa hai.[2]

praakrutik paryatan

ash sharakeeya ke samudri kinaare par bahut se sailaani aate hain. iske raas al-hadd (رaaأaaس اaaلaaحaaدaaّ, Ra's al-Hadd) aur raas al-gaima (رaaأaaس اaaلaaغaaيaaمaaة, Ra's al-Ghaima) tat vishesh roop se dilchasp hain kyonki inke beech ke 42 kimi ke tat par hare samudri kachhue ande dene ke liye aate hain. yahaaain har varsh lagbhag 13,000 kachhue apne ande dete hain. har kachhuaa 80 se 100 ande deta hai.[3]

inhein bhi dekhein

sandarbh

  1. Governorates of Sultanate Of Oman, Ministry of Information, Government of Oman, Accessed: 11 November 2012
  2. The Encyclopedia of Tourism and Recreation in Marine Environments, Michael Lüack, pp. 306, CABI, 2008, ISBN 978-1-84593-350-0, ... Masirah, the largest island in the Sultanate of Oman, is 14 km off the south-eastern coast of Oman, between 19–20°aN and 58–59°aE. One of the largest islands off the Arabian Peninsula, it has an irregular, onlong shape ...
  3. Oman: The Bradt Travel Guide, Diana Darke, Sandra Shields, pp. 11, Bradt Travel Guides, 2010, ISBN 978-1-84162-332-0, ... The other creature to merit its own sanctuary is the sea turtle, particularly the green turtle, on designated beaches at Ras Al Hadd and Ras Al Jinz on Oman's southeastern tip. These two sites are the main natural breeding areas for up to 13,000 green turtles each year ...