Welcome to the Jungle: Things to Remember

With the end of monsoon, it is time for wildlife enthusiasts to rejoice. The numerous National Parks and Sanctuaries in the country will now open their gates for visitors. The dwindling forest cover and wildlife has inspired many people to experience the natural world before it vanishes. The growing trend of ‘Bucket List’ results in the influx of visitors that cause more harm. Many first … Continue reading Welcome to the Jungle: Things to Remember

Udaipur: A Photo Essay

  Deciding our next road trip destination is always a task. This time we made it simple by eliminating Goa from the list ūüėČ With just a week in hand, we headed to Udaipur to soak in the grandeur of the Mewar dynasty.¬†A historically and culturally rich capital of the Mewar Kingdom, Udaipur is named after Maharana Udai Singh who¬†founded this city. A known photographers … Continue reading Udaipur: A Photo Essay

Charger: Bandhavgarh’s Beloved Tiger

Like Marathas and Mughals, like British and French, the tigers have their own Dynasty. Bandhavgarh National Park had its own Emperor, Charger. The tiger was named so as he was famous for charging towards unsuspecting tourist vehicles and elephants.¬†He fought a battle with the then ruling tiger, Banka, to claim his territory.¬†Vicious and with a long mane, Charger¬†was one of the most fearless and frightful … Continue reading Charger: Bandhavgarh’s Beloved Tiger