“To other countries, I may go as a tourist, but to India, I come as a pilgrim”. Martin Luther King Jr.
The JAWAI region in known for its religion, spirituality and temples. Each village has numerous temples and most of the hills have spiritual caves and shrines. A lot of these temples are devoted to Lord Shiva. In fact, one of the main god’s worshipped in the area is Lord Shiva.
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Anjali and Jaisal Singh hosted a celebration to mark the Varty family’s visit to India and Ranthambhore. The occasion honoured Londolozi’s pioneering tradition of wildlife restoration and their deep commitment to eco-tourism practises and was attended by a wide spectrum of India’s own conservation community. Read More An Evening to Remember – The Londolozi Family at SUJAN
Tigers are not the only species of cat, which call Sher Bagh and Ranthambhore National Park home. On my second night at Sher Bagh I was awoken by a scuttling sound outside. Not sure what it was, and still in the midst of an unfinished dream, I turned back over and fell asleep. Next morning, whilst on our way for game drive, we did some very simple investigative work in an attempt to recreate the events from the previous night. Read More Leopard on My Doorstep
I have been in the area around Sher Bagh for the last 4 days. 25 years ago this area had not a blade of grass and was an arid and degraded patch of land, now, it is an oasis of wildlife. Read More Ranthambhore Revisited