I think I was an amaltas tree in my last life. Why else does a frisson run up my spine each time I look at that fount of yellow sprinklers? If you want to see Nature manifest its generosity, amaltas (Indian laburnum or Cassia fistula) can be a good study. By early April leaves shed and… Read More I was a tree in my last life!
Central India boasts of almost 450 species of birds, spread over it’s stunning landscape. Here is an introduction of a few multi-faceted winged wonders or star birds of the Central Indian forests. These pristine forests are also home to several star species, a few threatened and lesser known varieties of birds. In this chronicle, we… Read More A Fascinating Guide To the Ten Star Birds of Central India
TEN OF NATURE’S INTERESTING DEFENCE MECHANISMS The natural world revolves on the “Survival of the Fittest”; a theory based on the roles played by the predator and the prey. Nature and all it’s beings as we know are interdependent on each other. In a bid to protect and save themselves from their prey, some species… Read More TEN OF NATURE’S INTERESTING DEFENCE MECHANISMS
Snakes in India – Nagpanchmi On the day of Nagpanchmi, I’d like to share some lesser-known facts about snakes in India. With around 290 species of snakes, India is indeed a Land for many varieties of venomous & non-venomous snakes that are found in varied habitats across the country. Most common venomous snakes found everywhere are… Read More Nagpanchmi – Snakes in India