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Traveling with the Olympus EM5ii.

During the last couple of weeks, I have not been posting much online. I have been visiting a remote location with no wifi and a phone that ran out of credit. 933 more words


A meeting over tea

On our way back from the Eravikulam National Park, we saw a massive black shape between the neat rows of tea bushes which line the slopes here. 166 more words


India – Tuesday October 31st 2017

Another clear morning, and another visit to Tala zone.  It seems livelier today than it was on Sunday, and we see some new bird species including and Orange-headed Thrush and a Brown Fish Owl, which, typically, flies off just as Roy has managed to find him, but, unusually to a better position! 130 more words


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. 1,176 more words


Gaur and tea

The gaur, also called Indian bison, is the largest extant bovine, native to the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia. It has been listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List since 1986. 59 more words

Wild Life

Top tourist attractions of Gour and Malda

Gour and Malda are two extremely important places in the history of Bengal. Gour is a very important place because a large portion of Bengal’s ancient history was written here. 1,118 more words

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A Crown of Wishes

Vikram is the prince of Ujijain. Problem is, he isn’t blood related to the king; adopted into the royal family, Vikram is royalty in all ways but name. 406 more words

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