Sep 082014
 
Satpura National Park: Wildlife seen during Safari

Mama Bear with Cubs & other animals seen in Satpura Jungle Safari Some time back I wrote about Denwa Backwater Escape near Satpura National Park, with a promise to write an exclusive post about the wildlife spotting in the park. As the park prepares to open on October 1st for the winter season, I thought it will be the right time for this post. It will not be wrong to mention that Satpura is kind of a hidden gem if a National Park spread in 1400 square KM can be hidden. But compared to its more tourist and media savvy siblings Pench, [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Jun 032014
 
From Bisons to Birds of Pench National Park

  Common animal and Birds of  Pench National Park For this week’s Travel, Tuesday Pictures let me share some wildlife from Pench National Park that I visited some time back. Please don’t expect anything exotic in the post as I am one of those photographers who are happy to click the normal day-to-day birds and animals also. Like most tiger enthusiasts, when I wrote the last post about Pench National Park and Tiger Reserve, I just talked about the female tigress who had cubs with her and totally ignored the other flora and fauna of the park. Well, the flora [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

May 272012
 
The Queen Of Pench National Park

The Collarwali Tigress of Pench Tiger Reserve Madhya Pradesh is considered to be the heart of India and is home to many national parks like Kanha, Pench, Bandhavgarh, Panna and Satpura etc. While each one has its own specialty I personally love going to Pench National Park there are 2 reasons for me to choose Pench over Kanha and Bandhavgarh ·         First is ease of reach from Nagpur which is well connected to Hyderabad the city I live in, as Pench takes only 2-3 hours compared to more than 5 hours to Kanha. ·         The other reason I like Pench [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Aug 302011
 
Wild Elephants & Bisons - The Gentle Giants Of Mudumalai National Park

 An Encounter with Wild Elephants and Bisons in Mudumalai National Park We are about to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi the festival in honor of Ganesh, the first to be invoked among gods, the son of Shiva and Parvati, he  who is brighter than a billion suns. The unique thing about Ganesha is that he has the head of an Elephant, although there is a story behind that which all of us must  have read as kids. But I think there could be a reason for choosing head of an elephant for the wisest of the gods.  Elephants themselves are one [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]