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Bandhavgarh

‘बांधवगढ’ which translates to ‘Brother’s fort’ has been subject to great interest due to its tigers. If you have seen a tiger enjoying his afternoon nap in a temple complex on television, it most likely is Bandhavgarh. 445 more words

Incredible India

Bandhavgarh: Where the apex predators roam free

“Tiger cubs become independent when they are about eighteen months, but it is not until they are around two to two-and-a-half years, that they fully separate from their mother, and gradually start to move out in search of their own territory,” informed Rajesh Kr Dwivedi, our safari guide, as we rode into the dense forest of the Tala zone in Bandhavgarh National Park, for an adventurous gypsy ride. 1,126 more words

Travel

Daughter of the moving Sun- Spotty

Few tales include fairies and is much more magical than a fairy tale

It seemed like two different worlds divided by a bridge. One end had the summer sun blazing at its best, while the other had canopies diffusing the laughter of the sun turning it into a soothing smile. 614 more words

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Bandhavgarh- The Fort of Feline Dreams

“The forest is testing you” my friend murmured with conviction. I sat on the chair closing my eyes as I let his words and the December breeze in one of the most famous tiger destinations in the world soothe me. 685 more words

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Comparative Study of Sundarban Tiger and Other Bengal Tigers of India

“The Tiger is a large-hearted gentleman with boundless courage and when he is exterminated – as exterminated he will be unless public opinion rallies to his support- India will be the poorer by having lost the finest of her fauna.” – Jim Corbett. 1,032 more words

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Into the Wild

First timer’s guide to visiting National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries in India

We’d never known that a 3 hour open safari through a forest would be so much fun until we actually experienced one, way back in January 2014! 889 more words

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