India: The Tiger's Roar

Melrose Press, 2004 - 222 páginas
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From her infancy the author has been fascinated by that most magnificent and elusive of beasts, the tiger. Her second book on India, [this] is a personal account of her pilgramage to India's great wildlife parks and tiger sanctuaries ... and provides a comprehensive study of Ranthambhore, Bandhavgarh, Kanha and Corbett Tiger Reserves as well as detailed backgrounds to Nagarahole, Kaziranga, Pench, Bharatpur and Gir National Park, home of the rare Asiatic Lion ... In addition, the author highlights the continuing threat to India's tigers and the on-going efforts to protect them ... Dobbie is a Hindi speaker and uses her many contacts and childhood reminiscences to great effect throughout this book. The reader will also find valuable information on some of India's historical gems such as Gwalior, Orchha, Sonagiri, Mandu, Sanchi and Bhimbetka as well as the hill station of Nainital. India: The Tiger's Roar is certainly not a travel guide, nor a guide to the wildlife of India, although it is an excellent source of information on both subjects. Instead it is a heady blend of travelogue and personal insight, cultural and political philosophy, anecdotes, cautionary tales, historical and religious references and a thesis on the state of Indian wildlife conservation.

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Chapter One A Happy Return
Chapter Two Tikli Bottom
Chapter Three Happy Diwali
Chapter Four Fruition of My Dream
Chapter Five More Tigers and Some Simple Fun
Chapter Six Historic Gwalior
Chapter Eight Earths Proud Empires
Chapter Nine Bandhavgarh Wildlife Park
Chapter Ten The Ultimate Thrill
Chapter Twelve The Long Bad Road to Bhopal
Chapter Thirteen Sanchi and the Surroundings of Bhopal
Chapter Fourteen The Jat Regimental Reunion
Chapter Fifteen Carpet Sahibs Country
Chapter Sixteen Phir Milengi to Delhi Namaskar
Chapter Eighteen My Personal Reflections on Departure
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