November 18, 2018
Destination weddings have become popular lately
amidst people who want a little extra edge in the wedding splendours. After all why be plain and monotonous when you could spice and spark up your big day! Here are the top 3 destination wedding locations currently most popular in India:
The city of lakes certainly speaks for itself in bold with the numerous beautiful lakes, gardens and resorts lining up the city. From pre/ post wedding shoots to Mehndi/
Sangeet Night, Udaipur offers spectacular scenery and spots. You can opt for a shoot at the famous Chunda Palace where intricate carvings, paintings and interiors add a royal touch to the entire album. For nature lovers there are several green belts at the
outskirts just waiting for you to rediscover them. Kumbhalgarh fort is another option to up the picturesque meter with ruins of old fort in background. Lake Pichhola and it’s jewel Jag Mandir are the coveted spots for holding the main wedding function. Several
4 and 5 star hotels lining the Lake Pichhola are booked in advance for weddings. Just recently, famous Bollywood actor Neel Nitin Mukesh chose Udaipur for his wedding. For more ideas and details contact Planners For You- the best wedding planner company in
Remember the times when paparazzi were busy covering Elizabeth Hurley and Arun Nair’s wedding? Newspapers splashed with images from the wedding that looked like a fairy tale
had come true! Well, the famous and hyped wedding of Elizabeth Hurley took place at none other than Ummaid Bhawan Palace at Jodhpur. The old world rustic charm that Jodhpur carries attracts thousands of tourists every year. Like Udaipur, Jodhpur too is an
ancestral Royal Rajputana kingdom carrying the exquisite colours of the past proudly. If you have ever dreamt of a royal wedding where you get to be the prince or princess getting married with panache then Jodhpur is certainly the perfect choice. With luxurious
4 and 5 star hotels, Jodhpur let’s you bask in the glory and leave your guests in awe with superb arrangements, big fat feastand mesmerizing ambience. All you need is a perfect wedding planner like Planners For You to make your wedding day perfect at Jodhpur.
Goa needs no introduction. The only city in India that offers the liberty of west, serene seashores with calming effects of its own and beauty of east- Goa has it all that you could ask for! If you are a beach lover who imagined an
unconventional wedding by the beachside followed by a gala dinner and flickering candles enhancing the enchanting splendor of the backdrops then Goa is certainly the apt choice for you. White lilies embracing the scented candle-laden tables, cool breeze caressing,
and sea waves entwined with melodious music, wedding at Goa can be anything but routinely boring! With numerous beaches and lovely resorts/ hotels offering eccentricity of their own, weddings in Goa can be the most unique event that majority of your guests
could have ever attended. Fun, frolic and Quirky- make your weddings memorable for eternity at Goa. Wedding planners like Planners For You make sure that your D-day at Goa turns out to be as beautiful as you imagined. Hold no restraints, and call/ E-mail us
for additional details. Let fun times rolling
November 02, 2018
We have been using digital calendars for long, but don't you miss the look and feel of a printed calendar hanging above your desktop?
For those who do, IndianWildlifeClub is offering a wall calendar with twelve high resolution photographs selected from Garhwal Himalayas, Kashmir Himalayas and the Alps region of Switzerland.
The photographs are printed on high quality glossy paper 13"x 10"with a calendar to match each picture. You can buy a calendar for Rs 475/- only (including postage anywhere in India)
Buy this calendar online at wildscapes.net
Place your order NOW! Your order will help us to continue working for the cause of nature and wildlife conservation.
October 27, 2018
WRCS(Wildlife Resarch and Conservation Society) is looking for volunteers for their rewilding project of the Koyna Chandoli Corridor for elephant movement (and other wildlife).
For details please read
Koyna Chandoli Project
October 26, 2018
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is now known as Keoladeo National Park. The 29 square km park’s woods and man-made wetlands protect over 350 species of migratory and resident birds, including herons,
cormorants and eagles. It is also a World Heritage Site.
During the month of October, when this video was made, the resident birds are breeding. November onwards, the migratory birds start arriving.
As the park lies on the Central Asian Flyway of the Asia Pacific Global Migratory
Flyway, it is a staging / wintering ground for a large number of migratory waterfowls. The rare Siberian cranes used to winter in this park but this central population is now extinct. The
last Siberian Crane was seen here in 2002.
The sanctuary was created 250 years ago and is named after a Keoladeo (Shiva) temple within its boundaries. The park was a hunting ground for the Maharajas of Bharatpur, a tradition dating
back to 1850, and duck shoots were organised yearly in honour of the British viceroys.
Video Susan Sharma
Watch this film at
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
October 25, 2018
Hyderabad to Bangalore via the NH44 is a grand 580-km route through the heart of the Deccan. On the way, there are many cultural and natural
delights that curious travellers can partake in. The best way to do this is on one’s own terms. With self drive cars, travellers have total control of the itinerary and pace of the journey and they can enjoy the following detours on this famous route.
Anantapur and Gooty Fort
360 kms south of Hyderabad, Anantapur is one of the major urban hubs on this route. It is famous for its ISKON temple and its iconic Clock Tower, an intersection in the middle of the city. The ruins of the Gooty Fort
are an important historical site in the Anantapur district. The fort has been passed through the hands of many dynasties, including the Chalukyas and the Vijayanagara Empire. There have been many battles in this site and eventually, it fell in the hands of
Hyder Ali, and finally the British East India Company. A trek to the summit is a nice adventure that can be interspersed in the road trip. Highlights include an old Narasimha Temple and the old fort bastions that offer great views.
Temples of Lepakshi
Closer to Bangalore, one can pause at Lepakshi and admire its magnificent temples, perfect examples of the intricacies and fundamental designs of architecture from the glory days of the Vijayanagara empire. Cut from
a single stone block, the Nandi statue is one of the most recognizable sculptures of Lepakshi and the adjoining Veerabhadra Temple is known for its paintings and carved walls and pillars. The temple is close to 600 years old and other points of interest here
are the sculpture of Naaga, the serpent, and a giant footprint that deities believe is that of the monkey-god Hanuman.
Before entering the city limits of Bangalore, 60 kms north, one can enjoy a detour into the winding roads and pristine climes of Nandi Hills. The hills loom at over 1500 metres above sea level and travellers can enjoy
dramatic views of the surrounding landscapes. Nandi Hills has firm historical importance – it is home to the summer palace of Tipu Sultan, one of the most famous warrior kings of India. It is also a major spot for hiking and bird watching. One can hop off
the car and enjoy a little nature trail before completing the last leg of the journey.
What do travellers like when on a long trip? Privacy, security, and space would be on top of the list. More and more people are choosing self drive cars in Hyderabad as an option for their intercity transit. With
app-based platforms like Zoomcar, one can choose from a wide range of cars and take advantage of affordable plans. 24/7 on-road support adds more convenience to the entire trip. This makes it is a favourite for long trips – other popular routes include
Bangalore to Goa.
The journey from Hyderabad to Bangalore can become an event in itself. Get behind the wheel and indulge in the delights of the route.
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October 12, 2018
Mountain pheasants are seen in the Himalayan region. In India they occur in Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim and J&K. Neighboring countries like Pakistan and Afghanistan also have
some. Pheasants are the Winged guardians of Mountainscapes. Pheasants are the species of birds to which our national bird, the peacock, belongs.
Pheasants are an indicator species for the health of our mountains. About a third of all the pheasants in the world are found in India. While many pheasants have been reduced to birds for
captive breeding (like the jungle fowl) or as game birds in the US and Europe, several parts of Asia still have the wild population. Seeing a tragopan in the wild can be compared only to seeing a tiger in the wild for the first time. The round black-bordered
white spots or ocelli on the tragopan's feathers make it look like the King of Birds studded with diamonds all over. No wonder the local names for the tragopan are "Jewar" and "Sonalu". The tragopan is the state bird of Himachal Pradesh.
The beautiful monal pheasant, 'the bird of nine colours', is the state bird for nd Uttarakhand and Nepal. Monal feathers used to adorn the Kinnaur Caps of wealthy persons. Now their use
is banned officially.
The birds cannot be viewed as game birds as most of the Western community does but these birds are the winged guardians of our mountainscapes. The pheasants are more than just beautiful
birds, for they also have scientific value for environmentalists and ecologists. Years of research have shown that Himalayan pheasants are mostly found in moist, temperate forests where there is a thriving community of oak trees. Oaks are important in ecological
terms because they grow only in forests that are mature with plenty of healthy undergrowth in the form of vibrant grasses and bushes and a wide array of specialized tree species. After establishing the close link between oak trees and pheasants, ecologists
have reached the conclusion that a fall in pheasant population mirrors an adverse change in the mature forest habitat.
The hills and valleys of the Himalayan ranges are the only areas left in the world where these exotic birds species still exist in their natural surroundings. Western Tragopan, Himalayan
Monal, Cheer, Koklass and Khaleej - the mountainscapes exist because they exist. Anyone living in the mountains will vouch for the Himalayan Monal whose calls warn the ground dwelling animals like musk deer, tahr and bear of approaching hunters /poachers.
It is high time we removed the tag of game birds from pheasants.
See our short film
Sarahan-a Sanctuary for mountain birds
October 12, 2018
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condominium to every other or whilst transient residence at any other cope with lasts for extra than 3 months. The records are routinely also sent to many different agencies the very best way to trade your cope with is through our website. You can log in to
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October 10, 2018
October 06, 2018
Why did the bulbul choose a tree at the entrance to our house to build a nest? Well, here is the story.
Our garden has feral cats, shikras and tree pies visiting regularly. Needless to say all three are predators of birds. The bulbul perceived less threat from the occupants of the house.
I Watched the parent birds and chick through the camera sitting in my house comfortably. Visitors to our house never noticed the nest, so the chick hatched successfully and grew into a handsome
An organic garden which is not manicured, but left to grow naturally. That is the secret of attracting birds and butterflies into your garden. For me the pleasure of gardening is complete
when I see it come alive with bird chirpings.
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