“The Promised Land always lies on the other side of a wilderness” – Havelock Ellis The wilderness has a way assisting one in the journey of self-discovery. We all came from the wilderness, and we will always continue to belong to the wilderness. Just that our best laid plans changed with time and tide. With… Read More A First-Hand Experience of PRONAT, a Wildlife Training Course in the Wilderness
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
Last year I was visiting my friend in San Francisco. It’s an annual ritual. I go to the US every year where my siblings live, to escape the sweltering heat of Delhi. But this time, the agenda was different. I had chanced upon a quote by John Muir- ‘In every walk with Nature one receives more… Read More Forest Bathing in the land of Muir