In the second part of the Remembering Tigers series, a tiger who has the word ‘CAT’ on his forehead and loves to walk in public.
In this first of a series remembering tigers, presenting the only tiger I’ve ever seen who was a sage. B2.
Listen carefully enough, and you may even hear youth coming back.
Old Hag had an interesting story to tell me after a long time. And it has lessons in psychology.
A pair of lionesses maraud on a vehicle track late one evening in search of prey.
As I’m about to revisit Bandhavgarh to see my favourite tigers, an epiphany has struck me about transience.
A spaced-in conversation.
Two baboons engage in hierarchical inquiry and come to a curious crossroads about orientation.
A chat in a tent leads to a startling realisation about aloneness.
Nothing out of the ordinary: just one of those days when a miracle occurs and a ghost is seen!