In part two of the photo story series on the tigers of Bandhavgarh, we feature the Banbehi Female.
In this photostory series, we share with you what we have learned about individual tigers from our frequent visits to Bandhavgarh in India. We begin with the lovely tigress, Spotty.
“This summer, spend your holidays in the most incredible way with international photography camps,” says Jayanth Sharma.
Participants of the Bandhavgarh Wildlife Photography Tour lived memorable experiences, and through the images they’ve made of special moments, we share with you the story.
50 sightings of 15 individual tigers in 5 different zones seems like the synopsis of a fairy tale. Yet, those are exactly the numbers the group was left with after the Ranthambhore Full Day Tour!
When the mundane makes you crave for colour, when you must foray into where your sense of adventure takes you, here’s why that place should be Ranthambhore.
Each story is worth telling, worth shared. And this week, we bring you one such story – Nandhagopan’s journey as a photographer.
For tigers are like the truth of life itself: whimsical yet real. Unclenchable and untransmittable. And the only way to know the feeling is to feel the knowing.
Bandhavgarh’s human inhabitants are articulate and imaginative with word usage; there are many words and phrases endemic to it. Here’s the beginner’s pocket-glossary to the commonest of them.
Tigers have for millennia inspired awe, admiration and reverence. And their secretive nature has for long fostered numerous myths and misconceptions about their behaviour. We take the five commonest myths and bust them in public interest. Myth 1: It’s dangerous to be in tiger country in an open vehicle. Truth: Dangerous to tigers, perhaps, but not…