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Stop, paws. Take a minute to read this blog.

Author: Katya Ignatiev

 

The morning sun is about to hit the hills of Jawai with a beautiful pink, golden light. Morning dew mists the jungle floors giving an eerie feel, that out there, somewhere amongst the bushes and boulders lies a mystical creature. She might be able to see us, she’s probably watching but we are in doubt of her whereabouts. As we trudge along the dirt track in our jeep we come across a fresh set of prints. How do we go about analysing and finding clues that’ll lead us to where this leopard is residing?

 

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Remembering the Matriarch

Valmik Thapar, one of the world’s greatest authorities on wild tigers once wrote that Macchli, Ranthambhore’s legendary tigress, “stirred the soul of those who saw her.”

 

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Jaipur: The City of colour, craft and heritage

As the capital of Rajasthan, India’s most cultural and colourful state, Jaipur is an epicentre for craft and culture. Known for its dazzling Royal Palaces, historic forts, block-print textiles and spellbinding gems. Designers from all over the world flock to this city, seeking inspiration from the bustling bazaars, splendid regality and talented artisans whose centuries-old workshops line the streets of the Old City.

 

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International Tiger Day Special: Stripes on our Sleeves at SUJÁN

“We were at Sher Bagh enjoying a scrumptious Eggs Benedict when there was a crackle on my wireless. A tiger was reportedly seen some fifty yards from the farmhouse in a cluster of dhok trees just moments before. We grabbed our cameras and rushed there in our ’42 Ford jeep to find Stan – a dear friend from England – and Yusuf standing in their dressing gowns, blissfully unaware while they sipped their chhota-hazri on the patio of the house. After warning them, we drove the jeep off track to find this large male, who we named Zalim…”

 

Ranthambhore, The Tiger’s Realm. Anjali and Jaisal Singh and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra

 

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The Return of the Rains

This week as the monsoon has begun to arrive in Rajasthan we look up to the skies in hope that the rain gods will shower some heavy blessings across these lands and spread relief for all those who rely on their waters.

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Discovering SUJÁN: A True Photographers Delight

Author: Robert Postma

 

The morning is silent save for the hum of my air conditioner in the corner. Inside my tent it’s cool the true sounds of the new day are evident as I turn it off and am greeted by the songs of birds. A new day is dawning. I realize that this is my favourite part of any day. Day break fills me with a sense of the unknown, what will happen today, what will I get to see? A tiger stalking prey through the forest, a leopard searching out a cave to wait the heat of the day away in, perhaps a desert fox playing with its young. One thing for sure is that there will be an amazing sunrise that will take my breath away. Other than that, it’s a surprise here in India. I wouldn’t want it any other way.

 

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My Road to JAWAI

Those of you who have been fortunate enough to have visited SUJÁN JAWAI will have had a deep interest in this wilderness coupled with a curiosity for discovering a unique culture. Growing up in Karnataka, little did I know that I would one day be living and working in this unique part of Rajasthan, in wildlife with SUJÁN. An organisation which has taught me the value of putting conservation before anything else and given me a home, very far away from where I belong.

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SUJÁN Sher Bagh’s Organic Garden

Author: Georgie Legg

 

There’s something special and rewarding about cooking and eating what you have grown in your own back garden.

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Kale and Quinoa Salad with Green Apple

Author: Rajiv Vatsyayan

 

This week Rajiv, our Head Chef at SUJÁN Rajmahal Palace reveals one of his favourite summer salad recipes that’s proving very popular with our guests.

 

The delicious kale is plucked daily straight from our organic kitchen gardens making this a particularly tasty, light lunch option during the warm Indian summers.

 

Enjoy!

 

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SUJÁN & Relais & Châteaux

Our Founders & Owners Jaisal and Anjali Singh are part of an entrepreneurial tradition that goes back 130 years. As scions of India’s leading conservationist and industrialist families respectively, Jaisal and Anjali have personally designed & created each of our unique destination experiences which deliver luxurious, authentic and most importantly sustainable hospitality experiences in areas of outstanding natural beauty.

 

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