Tag Archives: National Parks

The Ranthambhore Fort

For over 1200 years, the tread of warriors, pilgrims, wayfarers and mendicants have worn away the stone cobbled pavements of Ranthambhore’s iconic fort. Its walls are witness to century after century of celebration and tragedy laced together. The celebration of heady military triumphs punctuate the petrified traumas of defeat and conquest. In the progression and fall of local chiefdoms, clan warfare, trade relations and imperial ambitions, Ranthambhore has seen it all and preserves the evidence. Read More The Ranthambhore Fort »

Sher Bagh’s Tigers of Ranthambhore – T25

Lithe bodies that flex athleticism in their slightest movement, kohl-lined eyes which bore through your frame and a visage that arrests the most confident onlooker into awe inspired paralysis is the effect these magnificent creatures have on all those who chance upon them. A restrained fierceness is their most potent weapon and you will not want to know what unsheathing it feels like. Zalim, is this week’s feature in the Living Legends of Ranthambhore Series . Read More Sher Bagh’s Tigers of Ranthambhore – T25 »

Tigers : The Secret Life

With the news of so many new cubs in Ranthambhore, in this post we bring you an extract from a book authored by two great ‘tiger-walas’ of Ranthambhore – Fateh Singh Rathore and Valmik Thapar. Read about their experience of a large male tiger and his role in the upbringing of cubs from their book Tigers : The Secret Life published in 1989. Read More Tigers : The Secret Life »

Sher Bagh’s Tigers of Ranthambhore – T41

Lithe bodies that flex athleticism in their slightest movement, kohl-lined eyes which bore through your frame and a visage that arrests the most confident onlooker into awe inspired paralysis is the effect these magnificent creatures have on all those who chance upon them. Read More Sher Bagh’s Tigers of Ranthambhore – T41 »

Sher Bagh’s Tigers of Ranthambhore – T39

Lithe bodies that flex athleticism in their slightest movement, kohl-lined eyes which bore through your frame and a visage that arrests the most confident onlooker into awe inspired paralysis is the effect these magnificent creatures have on all those who chance upon them. A restrained fierceness is their most potent weapon and you will not want to know what unsheathing it feels like. Read More Sher Bagh’s Tigers of Ranthambhore – T39 »

Aitong Medical Clinic

The Cheli & Peacock Community Trust announces a new initiative at Elephant Pepper Camp. Following the success of myriad education-based projects, the Trust is now branching into healthcare.

Working alongside The Red Cross and the Mara North Conservancy, the Trust has fostered a new project with the nearby Aitong Medical Clinic. The aim of the initiative is to provide 3,000 local people with improved healthcare through better supplies, furthering clinical expertise through training and peer education programmes on key topics such as HIV/AIDS. Read More Aitong Medical Clinic »

Good Homes India

GoodHomes India magazine featured Sher Bagh in their special anniversary issue this month. Get a copy of the issue and be inspired by “The Royal Outdoors” as Simrat Kohli, assistant style editor for Good Homes, brings you ideas on luxury in the outdoors. Read More Good Homes India »

How do you Photograph a Camel in the Desert?

When I heard the brief about creating a short promotional video for The Serai I instantly had a picture in my mind of the opening shot. A distant, wide angle shot, of a camel walking through the sand dunes in the golden light. I thought that orchestrating this would be as hard as getting a tiger to walk in front of the car…how wrong I was! Read More How do you Photograph a Camel in the Desert? »

Peacocks and Parakeets

From my parent’s house in Johannesburg, South Africa, I can see both these species of bird. Both are beautiful, noisy and fill you with a sense of awe and admiration. You can sit transfixed, ogling at how someone, or something, could have had the creative spirit to create such creatures. The colour green sits so prominent on both their plumages. Read More Peacocks and Parakeets »

The Big Cats of the World

Everyone has a dream! The thought of a personal accomplishment that drives them forward. A little something that sits in the back of your mind and ultimately influences your every decision. Some want to be rich and famous, others want to build a house, conquer the highest peaks, sail the seas or have a family… Read More The Big Cats of the World »