Traveling to nature reserves and wildlife not only inspires many to be photographers, naturalists, bloggers but also brings out poetic skills in some. Asani Bhaduri, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Molecular and Computational Biology, takes to poetry to share his jungle experiences with
I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in order. John Burroughs Few words describe the healing power of nature as aptly as American naturalist and conservationist’s above ones. The virtues of nature-immersion have long
Wildlife Photography is one the very exciting fields of photography simply because it captures one of the most dynamic elements of nature- wild flora and fauna. Mother Nature is full of splendor, with her fair shares of idiosyncrasies and anecdotes.
All good things are wild and free -Henry David Thoreau I reflect upon this quote composed by the world famous nature lover and worshipper. And the words can’t help but strike my mind with their dual meaning. Free- freedom, independence, liberty, choice.
The virtues of music have long since been exalted—stress buster and a passion or hobby that exudes soulful cheer. In the quest to reap the benefits of musical immersions, we pull out those rusty guitars or tinker with the piano
World Environment Day is here, and with it some of us may take a pause from the breakneck speed of our lives, to reflect on things around us i.e. the state of the environment. Whether it is the black soiled waters
I started my academic journey as a zoologist, not knowing that it would lead me to the field of conservation. While doing my Masters in Biodiversity and Conservation, I got to know about numerous wonders of nature- the diverse species
Mother’s Day aka May 14th and you see all marketing gimmicks crooning about the virtues of a mother’s love – selfless, unconditional and an epitome of giving. And they make you feel incomplete if you don’t smother dear mommy with