The Fascination of Kipling Country by Robert D’Souza

About the Program :

Rudyard Kipling (1865 –1936) was an English journalist, short-story writer, poet, and novelist. He was born in British India, which inspired much of his work. His book “The Jungle Book” is made famous by a movie of the same name. One of the settings for his books “The Jungle Book” and “The Second Jungle Book” was a city near the outskirts of Pench and Kanha National Parks, Seoni. That is why Pench and Kanha are normally classified as Kipling Country by wildlife enthusiasts. Bandhavgarh National Park is sometimes associated with the other two parks, presumably because it has the highest density of tigers.

Robert will endeavour to take you on a journey through his photographs; covering over 80 species of birds, 12 species of mammals including of course, the iconic tiger.

Satish Khot introduced Robert D’Souza and every aspect of his life. The presentation was a fantastic photographic journey deep in to the forest and fascinating birds, animals species and scenic view of forest. The journey could not start without the mention of the great Indian Tiger. The habitat of Tiger in Bandhavgadh, Kanha and Pench national park and geographical richness were discussed and showcased with the help of photographs. The current exact figures of population, density were presented.

Robert made a fantastic presentation

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