TALKING TREES : SAL AND SEMAL

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The phenomenon of plant blindness and tree blindness has been well documented the world over and it’s natural for city folks who are not living in the lap of nature anymore to forget the names of the trees, to forget what the leaves could be used for, to forget what the fruits could be used for and unfortunately it’s a problem we are all suffering from and that why during this lockdown I decided to start this unique initiative which I’m hoping I could continue, become a student again and learn about these trees once again in this new article called Talking Trees (part -3). So, who’s going to help me navigate this mysterious world of trees? Well apart from that World Wide Web we all know; I’m also going to be using pictures from this wonderful website called Flowers of India which has documented a large proportion of the flora that […]

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OUR RECOMMENDED SAFARI TRAVEL KIT – INDIA

OUR RECOMMENDED SAFARI TRAVEL KIT – INDIA There’s a lot that goes into making our safari experiences here in India special. It takes a lot of preparation, research about the location, sightings, local travel restrictions, weather conditions, and plenty else. However, we did want to share with you a few useful things that we recommend you have on every safari trip in India, to elevate the experience, enrich your knowledge, and appreciate the forest in such a way, that you keep coming back again and again. So here they are! Binoculars – Safari Travel Kit: India SPECIFICATIONS: Warranty details: 1 year Eye Relief: 14 mm Magnification and objective lens: 10×42 Waterproof/fog-proof: yes Coating: Multicoated lens Type of Prism: roof prism Field of View @1000m: 98m Weight: 618 grams The Celestron Outland X is a roof-prism binocular is a great addition to your kit. For regular wildlife safaris and birdwatching in […]

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TALKING TREES: AMALTAS, DHAVDA, AND SALAI

The phenomenon of plant blindness and tree blindness has been well documented the world over and it’s natural for city folks who are not living in the lap of nature anymore to forget the names of the trees, to forget what the leaves could be used for, to forget what the fruits could be used for and unfortunately it’s a problem we are all suffering from and that why during this lockdown I decided to start this unique initiative which I’m hoping I could continue, become a student again and learn about these trees once again in this new article called Talking Trees (part -2). So, who’s going to help me navigate this mysterious world of trees? Well apart from that World Wide Web we all know; I’m also going to be using pictures from this wonderful website called Flowers of India which has documented a large proportion of the flora that […]

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TALKING TREES : TEAK AND KHAIR

The phenomenon of plant blindness and tree blindness has been well documented the world over and it’s natural for city folks who are not living in the lap of nature anymore to forget the names of the trees, to forget what the leaves could be used for, to forget what the fruits could be used for and unfortunately it’s a problem we are all suffering from and that why during this lockdown I decided to start this unique initiative which I’m hoping I could continue, become a student again and learn about these trees once again in this new article called Talking Trees. So, who’s going to help me navigate this mysterious world of trees? Well apart from that World Wide Web we all know; I’m also going to be using pictures from this wonderful website called Flowers of India which has documented a large proportion of the flora that we actually find […]

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