March 15, 2017
Packing lunches, making sure everyone is on time,ensuring everyone has pants on, knowing where you’re all headed, dealingwith tears, breaking up fights – being a parent in your own house can beextremely difficult,
now try doing all that on a vacation either in the US orabroad. Add in a language barrier, some extreme weather, currency conversionand kids not agreeing on what is “fun” vs. what is “so not cool” and you can bein line for a major headache if you don’t know
tips and tricks to making thiswhole thing go smoothly.
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March 15, 2017
Udaipur, the most romantic city of Rajasthan is a must seedestination of India. It attracts every Indian tourist, ifyou are in trip of UdaipurCab Services than every
tourist must see all places of Udaipur.The city is renowned for its palaces, lakes, and lush hills of the Aravalli. AnUdaipur vacation can be an unforgettable experience for Indian Travelers. Thefoundation of the city was laid by Maharana Udai Singh in the
year 1559. Thecity lies beautifully on the banks of the mesmerizing Pichola Lake. Surroundedby the Aravali hills, the city is very picturesque. The city is also famous forLake Palace, which is one of the finest heritage hotels in the world. It islocated amidst
When you travel to Udaipur, do visit thefollowing attractions:
The City Palace
Dominating the land of this fascinating destination, theCity Palace is a royal structure. The apartments, museum, rooms, terraces,corridors and hanging gardens inside the palace are truly mesmerizing. Breathtakingcarvings, royal paintings
and stunning decoration of the palace never fail tocapture the hearts of tourists.It also offers wonderful views of Lake Pichola.
Located in the City Palace complex, Jagdish temple isdedicated to Lord Jagannath( a form of lord Vishnu). It is the biggest templein the city which is fashioned in Indo-Aryan style of architecture. Its historydates back to the year
1651. Its carvings and sculptures attract attention.
Fateh Sagar Lake
It is a huge and wonderful lake which was named afterMaharana Fateh Singh who built it. Enjoy boating at this lake which offerspicturesque views of the surroundings.
It is a beautiful garden especially made for the queen andher maids. It is decorated beautifully with marble elephants, pools and fountains.
Udaipur is famous for various handicrafts and fancyshopping. A variety of colorful andbeautiful handicrafts are available in the bustling bazaars of Udaipur. Tie and dye fabric, juttis,lac bangles, silver jewelery, stone jewelery,
paintings, puppets etc are someof the most famous handicrafts ofUdaipur.
Udaipur-Cab offers amazing tourists destinations tovisit. Travel to Udaipur, Rajasthan and adorn your holidays withgolden memories. Udaipur – Cab
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If you get time, then you can make a visit at ShilpgramComplex, just 3 km away from West Udaipur. Actually, it is a craft villagewhere you’ll find many rural and regional handicrafts from different States
toshop. Every year the popular Shipgram Festival (21st Dec-31 Dec) is arranged bythis complex.
If you want to make a quick visit in Udaipur, then threedays are enough to explore the main city. For viewing this city, hire
Taxi in Udaipur. Althoughthere is much to see and do in Udaipur but the listed above are the top thingsto explore and do in the city. Enjoy exploring!!
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February 16, 2017
Chilla-Motichur Elephant Corridor
The securement of this corridor is a major conservation milestone. It marks the culmination of a 12-year process during which the Uttarakhand Forest
Department and Government of Uttarakhand worked with WTI to build a consensus for voluntary relocation among the inhabitants of Khand Gaon III, a village based within the corridor. The villagers have now all been relocated to new homes in Lalpani, Rishikesh.
February 15, 2017
Kiwi or Chinese gooseberry (Actinidia
deliciosa) is grown widely in New Zealand, Italy, USA,
China, Japan, Australia, France,Pakistan,Iran, Kashmir, Chile and Spain.
mostly grown in the mid hills of Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, J & K, Sikkim, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh,Karnataka,Uttarakhand and Kerala. Having been very newly introduced in the country estimates of area and production have not yet become available.
Probably because they aren't mostly grown locally in India. They have to be imported. Import means taxes, more transportation charge, and higher risk of damage. All this leads to higher prices.
Kiwi fruit plant varieties cultivated
in India are Abbott, Allison, Bruno, Hayward, Monty and Tomuri.
Kiwi vine starts
bearing at the age of 4-5 years while the commercial production starts at the age of 7-8 years. The fruits mature earlier at lower altitude and later at high altitudes because of variation in temperature. Large sized berries are harvested first while smaller
ones are allowed to increase in size. After harvesting, the fruits are rubbed with a coarse cloth to remove stiff hairs found on their surface. Hard fruits are transported to the market. Subsequently, they lose their firmness in two weeks and become edible.
Since kiwi is a dioecious plant, it bears pistillate and staminate flowers separately. Commercially grown important pistillate and staminate cultivars are:
This is an early flowering and early maturing cultivar. The oblong, medium sized, fruits are covered with dense hairs. They are very sweet in taste with lower ascorbic acid content and medium titratable acidity.
Fruits resemble those of Abbott, except that these are slightly broader in proportion to its length. The petals of its flowers are overlapping and crimped along with margins. It is an early ripening, heavy bearer and sweet in taste. Ascorbic acid and titratable
acidity are on the lower side. This variety is most suited for Himachal Pradesh.
This cultivar requires comparatively less chilling period. The fruits are tapering in shape towards the stem end. They are longest among all the cultivars. The fruits is dark brown having very dense, short and bristly hair, highest in ascorbic acid and titratable
acidity. The bearing is very heavy.
Most popular cultivar or the world, Hayward is comparatively shy bearer with a tendency of biennial bearing. The fruit is broad and flat, being much wider in relation to length. It is superior in flavour with high sugar and ascorbic acid content. It requires
comparatively more chilling hours.
It is a late flowering cultivar but fruit maturity is not late. The fruits are oblong, resembling those of Abbot and Allison. Being a highly prolific bearer cultivar, sometimes it needs hand thinning for obtaining good sized fruits. The fruit is somewhat wider
towards blossom end with higher acidity and medium sugar content.
It is a good pollenizer for Hayward and Monty, the late flowering kiwis. Flowers appear usually in groups of 5. Allison : It is also used for pollenizing different cultivars.
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February 07, 2017
Delhi surface drains-a beginning has been made to clean up
Delhi has three major surface drains. Najafgarh plus Supplementary, Shahadra and Barapullah. Najafgarh traverses a length of 40 km from Dwaraka to Wazirabad with a catchment area of 374 sqkm. According to the Central Pollution Control Board, almost
70 tributary drains join it and total 17,288 industries from across the Capital pour their effluents into it.
Apparently, all the major drains of Delhi have not undergone a comprehensive desilting and cleaning process since their inception. Delhi's drainage system was laid in 1976 by the Irrigation and Flood Department, taking into account the urbanisation limits
Ayala Water and Ecology Limited has now been engaged by the Delhi Government to spruce up an 8-Km stretch of the supplementary drain that joins Najafgarh drain and finally falls into the Yamuna.
Ayala specializes in phytoremediation and constructive wetlands. This involves planting specific shrubs and trees, besides placing elements like gravels and limestone, which will absorb chemicals and pollutants from homes and factories. This will be
an inexpensive, natural and benign method of cleaning the river.
Besides the floating and sedimentary sludge and solid waste will be collected and treated suitably so that it can be recycled in the form of bricks or bio gas.
January 25, 2017
My visit to manglajodi on
Beautiful place for bird watchers with its own character of endless beauty of chilka lagoon with lakhs of birds.
No trace of trees inside. Only wetland and meadows .Birds can be sighted from any angle and direction. As I did a little bird study before going to Mangala Jodi, I could identify some of the birds which I noted down in my pad. Name and identification of birds
with its individual beauty within the bird world at mngld gives an another enjoyment in mind. The first view on the main road after a right turn from the village enchanted me and made me spellbound. What I read from previous visitor’s experience, that there
are 200 species of birds. But I only tried to see those 25 type of birds which I recorded in my notepad. To my satisfaction, I found out 23 types of birds with its names.
Some Tips for the visitors may be helpful.
To Reach at Mngld.: I got down at Khurda Road station. From there I caught
Local DMU (Berhampur Local) and dropped down at nearest railway station Mukteswar. From Mukteswar Rly. Stn. , Manglajodi Ecotourism cottage( manglajodi ecotourism website) is found visible and it is only 2 minutes walking distance. Also, one Private accommodation
of local person Madhu Behra is there. It is almost 1 km. away from Rly. station. Another Third accommodation of Godwit ecotourism cottage, private(Odisha ecotourism website) is there.It is around 2 km.. Journey and everything is included in their tariff of
booking. One can also take a direct cab from Khurda road to reach Mngld.
Preferable stay: All
the three accommodations have their own standard and facility. Godwit and manglajodi ecotourism are almost in the same standard providing the good facility. But the third one, the accommodation of local influential person, Madhu Behra is quite substandard.This
is cheaper but the quality of food and the dirty room is far below the normal standard and there is a hell and heaven difference. Manglajodi ecotourism centre is preferable with respect to the budget and facility. It is associated with the Odisha Govt. Ecotourism
Dept. So it can be preferred. Also, one more facility is that both the Mngldi eco.centre and godwitt eco.centre can be booked online. The third, Madhu Behra is not reliable.No system of advance booking is there. Only information through phone call but uncertainty
to get it after reaching there at the spot.
Boating: The most enjoyable event of mngld is boating inside the wetland.
You have to reach jetty to ride on the boat which is 3 km. away from Mangld. Eco.T. Centre and the village. It is an isolated place.No locality or nearby hotel is there. I went there by walking and encourage everyone to go there by walking to feel and experience
the beautiful road journey onto the jetty. Actually, it is not a road.It is a little dam to isolate the Chilka water land from surrounding wetland. Sighting of birds will begin after a walking distance of 1 km. only. Take photos and walk in the early morning
or anytime in the winter. You will find two jetties operating there. One operated by Mahabir Pakshi sanrakshan Samity(a unit of ecotourism society) and the another is operated by Madhu Behra. Mahabir takes Rs.850/-per boat @ 4 persons and Madhu’s private rate
is Rs.800/- @ 4 persons. Though Mahabir takes 50 rupees more but it is preferable because their all boats are shaded and will take you exact 3 hrs.trip as per the schedule. But Madhu’s boat is not shaded and trip time varies around 2 hrs.Preferable to take
two trips, one in the early morning sunrise ( Boating starts at 6:30 AM) and another is just 3 hrs. before sunset.
January 24, 2017
Snow Leopards are natives to the cold climatic regions where human population is very scarce. They live in harsh conditions on earth. Their white-grey coat perfectly blends in with the snow-clapped mountains of Asia and protects them from
the adverse climatic change. Basically these wild cats are from carnivorous family and breed on sheep, ibex, hares, and marmots. They’re usually found at high, rugged mountain landscapes at heights of over 3,500 meters. With the increasing number of days,
months, and years, the numbers of snow leopards is diminishing and very soon they will soon become extinct. If proper measures are not taken to save snow leopards by the responsible citizens of the countries and government authorities, very soon our ecosystem
will experience a shift that will cause discord.
According to a recent study, there are only 7,500–4,500 snow leopards left and they are too under attack for various reasons. These snow leopards are found high in the mountains of the Himalayas and in Central Asia. They are sporadically
distributed across the globe in countries such as Central Asia, China, Mongolia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, and Nepal.
Saving snow leopards is the need of the hour. These snow leopards are everyday under attack and their number is depleting rampantly for various reasons. One of the major concerns for their loss is climatic conditions. With global warming
scenario all over the world, it will first affect the high snow and mountainous regions. Unfortunately, these places happen to be the habitat of these snow leopards. If their habitat is destroyed or changed, they move towards other nearby areas for survival.
Again, these nearby areas are densely populated with humans. Humans feel a threat with the snow leopards and start attacking them.
The human-animal conflict is the second important issue that needs to be tackled. The snow leopard preys on mountain sheep and goats. With less or no snow leopards, these herbivores will feed on all the grasslands and vegetation, thereby
leaving no food for other wildlife. The same landscape makes available food and other important resources for the inhabitants; including medicine, heat, wood for shelter, and fuel. So by
saving the snow leopard, we’re benefiting the whole natural ecosystem in these areas and the people who rely on them.
Third and the saddest reason behind the decreasing number of snow leopards is poaching or illegal wildlife trade. As their natural prey becomes difficult to find, snow leopards are forced to kill livestock such as horses, sheep, goats,
and calves for survival. The farmers in turn hunt these snow leopards and put them down.
Saving snow leopard and its natural habitat is critical in protecting the environment and the ecosystem as a whole. There are many wildlife conservation groups that are working with local communities to monitor snow leopards and reduce
their killing. There are reports of the government bodies working in close connection with Kanchenjunga conservation area in Nepal and their inhabitants to protect the snow leopards and reduce the conflict between the animal and the local residents.
December 31, 2016
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December 28, 2016
Story: How can a small species be defensive....here as everyone can see a bee eating bird is trapped in the web of a giant wood spider.... bee eater is a bird which feed on insects so the predator is a prey struggling for life. Mother nature always surprises
you; it is never predictable ..!
Every day is a new lesson for every animal in the wild....and this is how they learn..never ignore common species they are the base for us to learn and understand wild nature.
Birds often feed on spiders to gain protein and use web material to line their nests. However, "birds in these situations are likely to be aware of the web and do not become entangled. In most cases, spiders do not dine on small birds caught in their webs
and may even cut the web to drop the load a web-encased bird imposes on their intricate, gossamer-threaded insect traps.
Also, a bird is normally too big a morsel for the mouth parts of a spider.
BHAUTIK R. DESAI
Naturalist at Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve
December 28, 2016
Dogs are man’s best friend. It is a said fact that humans have 5 million scent receptors in their noses, but dogs have up to 220 million. These millions of sensory scent receptors is what makes them so special. A dog’s brain is an expert for identifying scents.
They even have an additional olfactory organ that is devoted just for detecting pheromones. The percentage of the dog’s brain that is dedicated to scrutinizing these scents is actually 40 times larger than that of a human! It’s been estimated that dogs can
identify smells 10,000 times better than nasally challenged humans. Sniffer dogs, also known as detection dogs, are trained for using its senses to their utmost capacity. They are employed to detect illegal wildlife poaching products, explosives, illegal drugs,
currency, or blood. Some sniffer dogs are used in drug raids to locate narcotics and individuals hiding from the police. These sniffer dogs are very useful even after their retirement. Their extraordinary abilities can be put to better use. These sniffer dogs
can be of help to find and locate wildlife poaching activities.
In the last ten years, Indian aurochs, the Indian cheetah, and the pink-headed duck have gone extinct. Animals such as the Ganges river dolphins, purple frog, the Himalayan quail, one-horn rhinoceros, and the Indian hornbill are listed in the critically endangered
category. Many of the tiger reserves in India are depleting and that too due to tigers been poached for their skin. Tiger poaching is carried out in large numbers in India. Rhino horns are smuggled outside India in exchange for a huge sum of money. Elephants
are killed in large numbers; leopard skin is highly valued and is hunted to make fancy leather wallets, handbags, fur coats, and jackets. Mongooses are poached and killed for hair, snake for their skin, tigers, leopards for their bones, claws, skin, and whiskers,
rhinos for their horns, elephants for their tusks, the list is endless.
Sniffer dogs are used to sniff out ivory and rhino horns as well as other illegal animal trade products.
Illegal wildlife poaching in India is prevalent because of many causes. These sniffer dogs work in association with other NGO’s, government authorities
and other agencies at various places such as wildlife reserves, airports, sanctuaries, nature parks, mountainous regions, forests, and wetlands. Unlike humans, they can withstand harsh climatic conditions and work round the clock. They can work with the same
capabilities in rain, snow, heat, and other temperature fluctuations. However, in the dogs’ species as well, there are different breeds of dogs for different geographical locations. Breeds such as beagle, German shepherds, and bloodhounds have more scent receptors
compared to dachshund and fox terrier. The climatic conditions in which they work also do matter. For example: German shepherds are used in locations that exhibit more heat. Also, these German shepherds have much more stamina to sustain that heat. In South
Africa, dogs are trained for skydiving to catch poachers. The advantage that these dogs possess over police officials or other trainers is that these dogs can catch the criminals even after they have fled. All thanks to their olfactory lobes!