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  • Abandoned Jewels - Orchha

    On the banks of River Betwa, lost amidst the glamour of Agra and Khajuraho, somewhere frozen in time, between the pages of history lies Orchha. In fact it is the only place apart from Ayodhya, where Lord Rama is worshipped as a King and not as the Almighty. Founded by the Bundela king, Rudra Pr...

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  • An encounter with a Big Cat.

    India is a land made up of almost every possible type of terrain, the countryside is thoroughly caked with picturesque landscapes, giving shelter to people and other creatures of nature alike. At the very heart of the Indian subcontinent, in the State of Madhya Pradesh, lies one of the country's ...

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  • The misty forests of Oudh: Dudhwa National Park

    Grasslands, swamps and haunting sal forests. Barasinghas, Indian rhinos and huge tigers. Mentioned in the Ramayanas. The setting for some iconic photos by Frederick Walter Champion, the pioneer of wildlife photography in India, and an inspiration for Jim Corbett taking up a camera.   Dudhw...

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