Archive: October 2015

Business Standard, 24 October 2015

“Leisure learning” Here’s the transcript: A ‘learning holiday’ offers an intimate glimpse into a region and its culture along with an opportunity to get creative. Roopa Venkatkrishnan was keen on combining her love for wildlife and travel with a penchant for picking up new skills but
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Ranthambhore April 2015 Trip Report

T24, Ustad
So many things in lassitude you learn: observe, appreciate, and cherish. It’s not until you gather your senses and hear the winds stir with a dreamlike intention, making the grass sway, that you brace yourself to confront the gaze of Krishna, the mother of three cubs. Nestled in the woods of Zone 3 of Ranthambhore
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The Sheer Joy of Being Present: Radhika Kochhar

The pleasure of controlling a tool that allows us to bring something creative to the world, even if it’s an imitation of the world itself, is something deeply personal and universal at the same time. When Ms Kochhar bought her first camera, a Canon 1100D, she was making images mainly in auto mode, whenever she
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Lessons taught, lessons self-learned: Neelu Pilania

Padam Talab, Ranthambhore
“We first make our habits, and then our habits make us.” said John Dryden. Neelu Pilania’s passion for birding and wildlife was an interest ingrained in her childhood.  In her own words: “When I was little, my family went on tours into the wild regularly. I have been to Ranthambhore and Gir multiple
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