How often do tigers attack and kill leopards? Or are a pack of wild dogs up for a stand-off with a tiger? There have been several such documented anecdotes in the past.
American biologist E O Wilson once said, “Nature holds the key to our aesthetic, intellectual, cognitive and even spiritual satisfaction.” In today’s world, people pay for these services (in an urban setup) generously, and yet, nature provides that same for free. How then, has it always been taken for granted?
Like always, this year too we travelled to a few a forests in South India by the end of year – firstly to visit all our favourite haunts, and secondly, to see how our fellow sapiens understand and treat their wild cousins. Errr… nothing much has changed really! Continue reading
Throughout the journey we were being followed by a heavy cloud… the breeze was carrying a whiff of faraway lands and springs… we could smell the rain all along. Continue reading
Mysore – its quaint charisma, the pleasant green cover, and the majestic monuments and buildings, clearly radiate an aura of stately yet simple living. Truly inviting. Continue reading
Music always plays an integral part of a “journey” – Sometimes it furnishes a mood you want to exploit, or maybe a flavour you want to explore. Continue reading
Nothing serves better than adventure in the wee hours of morning – when darkness and silence play perfect accomplice. We headed out at 4.30 am from the mayhem that is a city – yawning serenity outta its system. Continue reading