Part 2 of the 21-day meditation on Nature to mark the lockdown in India due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A 21-day meditation on Nature to mark the lockdown in India due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Meditation on a window
As Bandhavgarh reopens to tourists for a brand-new season, I offer a quick refresher of some of my favourite terms from its unique phraseology.
In this first of a series remembering tigers, presenting the only tiger I’ve ever seen who was a sage. B2.
A pair of lionesses maraud on a vehicle track late one evening in search of prey.
Meet a guided missile with premium-apparel branding.
Burly, lithe, has stripes and panache. The Mahaman Male from Magadhi.
So how does it feel to see a wild tiger? I could tell you that waiting for a tiger to emerge feels like watching raindrops trickle off a roofline while awaiting your beloved – a wistful longing fanned by sweet anticipation. But that wouldn’t let you know what it’s like to melt in your own…
In a wilderness in northwestern India, much closer than the sun, lives a star. He was born nine years ago not from a supernova, but his parents’ ‘Jeans instability’. Every morning he rises – to the occasion. And every evening he sets – the stage on fire. In between, he births new stars. Without dying….