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Six of the Best - places to visit in India

A personal reflection:

6. Tribal areas of western Orissa

A long way from the traditional image of India, the tribal communities of western Orissa feel more like Africa in many respects. 692 more words


June Journeys : Corbett & Bandhavgarh

It’s the end of June and most parks of India are on the verge of closure for monsoons. I started this month with elephants as the focus of my photography in Corbett National Park and then headed off to escort a gang of 3 photographers who were keen to shoot Vijaya (Kankati – the one eyed warrior queen of Bandhavgarh and one of my favorite tigers across forests of India) and her newly born litter of 3 cubs. 66 more words


India; home of the tiger

India, known for its colourful people, delicious curries and beautiful nature, is also home of the tiger. The country preserves a variety of National Parks where this impressive animal is living and can be seen in his own habitat. 389 more words

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Rendezvous with Bamera, Bandhavgarh, 2014

One warm morning in the Tala zone of Bandhavgarh, I was a blessed to see Bamera emerging from behind the bamboo thickets heading straight towards our gypsy. 566 more words


While in India, meet the black stripes

While a lot of tourists flock to India to see beautiful Himalayas, the unique cultural traditions, the touristy monuments and to sample the taste of spirituality, there are a lot more reasons, why India should be on your radar. 654 more words