Ashima Kumar is an environment and wildlife enthusiast who shares the boundary of her living space with the Aravali hills in NCR region. Leopards, blue bulls, jackals, hyenas and a wide variety of birds have always had unhindered access to the water hole on the grounds of her family home. She started exploring Corbett National Park about twenty years ago with her environment-conscious husband Kumar Karun Krant. Corbett has virtually been her training ground where she gained firsthand knowledge of the ways of nature and wildlife. Dushyant Parasher was trained to be a graphic designer and initially worked as a creative director in advertising during the mid-1970s. Now, for the past thirty years he has been a hard-core environmentalist, wildlife photographer and writer. His tireless campaign against the degradation of Valley of Flowers in Garhwal Himalayas during the late-1970s finally resulted in the valley being declared a âNational Parkâ to preserve its unique bio-diversity.
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Roar and the Trumpet captured so beautifully
"It's not a mere forest. It's a miracle." That's Bittu Sehgal's opening remark in his foreword and you consider yourself lucky to have been made privy to this miracle, this magical land and it's creatures, via this book, were gorgeousness spills from every seam. Since Corbett has so much in it's history and it's perhaps one of the most photographed jungles of India, it's credits to the authors, for the dexterity shown in balancing out the text about it's history, it's current form and threats...