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Ranthambhore The Tiger's Realm

Art / Photobook
By: Anjali Singh(Author), Jaisal Singh(Author), Priyanka Gandhi Vadra(Author)
161 pages, colour photos, 1 colour map
Ranthambhore
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  • Ranthambhore ISBN: 9788192158600 Hardback Jan 2019 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: English

Spread across 164 pages of this large-format coffee-table book are photographs from the personal archives of Anjali and Jaisal Singh, who run a chain of luxury hotels, and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, Congress president Sonia Gandhi's daughter. The three have been travelling to, and photographing tigers at, Ranthambore, in south-eastern Rajasthan, for many years.

The medieval ruins of Ranthambore, some of which date back to the 14th century, provide a picturesque backdrop for the big cats. The park stretches over 1,334 sq. km and, with the Aravalli hills forming a natural citadel around it, Ranthambore is said to be the finest place in the world to observe and photograph the magnificent big cats in their natural habitat.

Jaisal's association with Ranthambore started when he was a child and accompanied his uncle Valmik Thapar, a tiger conservationist, on safaris. Vadra's relationship with the tigers goes back many years as well. In her essay in the book, titled My Family and Other Animals, Vadra writes she first went there as a 13-year-old: "I think it was my father's love for nature that spirited itself into my being. I take photographs because he taught me to; no other reason at all really".

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Art / Photobook
By: Anjali Singh(Author), Jaisal Singh(Author), Priyanka Gandhi Vadra(Author)
161 pages, colour photos, 1 colour map
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