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!
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
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
Best season for Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Satpura, Panna and Pench Every season in the jungles slowly unfolds its little treasures and magic, spreading its platter far and beyond. The parks in Central India open in October after the annual rains have left its impact to be cherished for long. The nip in the crystal Sal jungle… Read More Best season for Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Satpura, Panna and Pench