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#TravelTales: The Rajasthan Villages Where Leopards and Humans Live in Harmony
This Man Felt Guilty about Killing a Bird. So He Went on to Save an Entire Bird Sanctuary!
MY VIEW: All about Butterflies – Legends, Life, Habits & More
MY STORY: I Spent 4 Days Exploring Tadoba Tiger Reserve. And They Were Spectacular!
Arjuna's Penance: a detail
IN PHOTOS: The Breathing Stones Of Mamallapuram
Two Beautiful Bird Sanctuaries In India That Pay Tribute To The Undying Love Of Dr. Salim Ali
Up close and personal.
A Tale of Two Sanctuaries – Orang And Nameri National Parks In Assam
3. When these Non-resident Jains became prosperous, they built exquisite havelis carved out of sandstone for their families. Eventually the families too migrated from Kheechan, leaving behind their ancestral homes. In fact, of the 250-odd havelis in Kheechan, only 18 are occupied, and mostly by senior citizens.
TBI Travel: 7 Fascinating Photos Of The Havelis Of Kheechan
Bhiklya, the master tarpa player
You’ve Seen Warli Paintings Before. Now Get Ready To Visit The Warli Tribe & Listen To Their Music.
Herds of deer were seen skipping about
India’s Only Man-Made Sanctuary – A Green Dream That Took 15 Years To Sprout!
The advancing troop of freedom fighters trapped them inside the Residency in one of the bloodiest and longest sieges in the history of mankind. Supplies of food, water and medicines were completely cut off, and a fierce battle raged on.
The Monument That Stands As A Lasting Memory Of India’s First War Of Independence!
An Indian Circus: We Took A Look Behind The Scenes And Were Amazed With What We Saw!
Another endemic plateau specialist Pleocaulus sessilis, known as Topli Karvi locally
TBI Travel & Conservation: Kaas – Maharashtra’s Very Own ‘Valley Of Flowers’
A moment of rest before the arduous climb.
TBI Photo Journeys: The Golden Temple of Jejuri
A bouquet of Blue Tiger butterflies.
TBI Travel: KOYNA – A Sanctuary Caught Between Preservation and Destruction
The most heartening thing about this enchanting village is that a local conservation committee, with generous help from the nearby villages, takes great pains to keep this amazing piece of history intact. The deserted village lanes are broomed every day, and mindless picnickers are prevented from scrawling on these hallowed walls!
TBI Photo Essay: Kuldhara – The Deserted Enigma
TBI Specials: The Welcome Shores Of Nargol – A History Of The Parsi Community In India
From the home island to the work island.
TBI Travel: Kerala – The Waterways Less Traveled
The painting is on the wall
TBI Art & Culture: The Warlis – The painting is on the wall
As a gesture of profound gratitude, the villagers of Idar protect this incredible landscape from the modern-day demons: the quarry owners lurking in the nearby villages. Just so that these Natural Wonders could be passed on from this generation to the next.
TBI Photo Essay: Idar – God’s Own Art Gallery
The awe-inspiring King Cobra eluded us, but we still felt lucky in spotting many other rare species.
TBI Wildlife: In Search Of The King At Agumbe
Tickell's Blue Flycatcher
TBI Wildlife: Bondla Sanctuary In Goa – A Bird Watcher’s Paradise
Blackbucks roaming freely in a relaxed atmosphere
The Land of The Bishnois – Where Conservation Of Wildlife Is A Religion!
A tribal woman sitting at her door in Purushwadi
TBI Travel: Purushwadi – Living the Tribal Life
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