Tiger of Tadoba on Santosh’s X post this Sunday

Tadoba tiger

Rama Krishna Sangem

Tadoba Tiger Reserve located in neighbouring Maharashtra is famous for majestic Indian tigers. People across the world remember some of the tigers by their given names. Former MP and Green India Challenge founder J Santosh Kumar recently visited this bewitching tiger park and posted on X a short clip of a mighty tiger walking in jungles, unmindful of jeeps movement around.

This is part of his #Weeklydoseofphotography he posts on X every Sunday morning. And what? This post got 3,000 plus views by evening. “Look at the walk of the King of the jungle. A cool stride, leaving everything behind,, reminds me of a dream Sunday morning, relaxed, peaceful and unhurried. Happy to share this clip shot by me during my recent visit to Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve,” said Santosh.

This is not his first visit to Tadoba Tiger Reserve. Anyone who goes there once cannot resist revisiting again.  Tadoba accounts for a large number of tigers in India – estimated to be around 123-140. Some of them move around adjacent forest belts , the officials give varied numbers. We must remember India is the home for about 70 per cent of the world’s tiger population.

Here we can also find a large number of leopards and other wild animals that we cannot see elsewhere. Interestingly, Tadoba is wildlife lovers friendly – as we can take a jeep safari into the jungles to the big cats live. As long as we don’t interfere with them, the big cats won’ harm us. Well trained forest staff of Tadoba are every willing to address our desire to see tigers live.


What a Fathers’ Day for Santosh!

There’s a saying Telugu that a father really feels proud when only his son (or daughter) brings him some good name. This is what has happened to Sanotsh as this Sunday, June 16 celebrated as Fathers’ day! 

This former Rajya Sabha member felt really proud as his son – Ishaan, an 11th class student, along with his friend and classmate Neha, made it to the news for a right cause.  This Sunday, Telangana Today newspaper carried a story on how Ishaan and Neha are busy helping other students of their age group.

These two teenagers have launched “Ashayam”  a non-profit initiative in Hyderabad in 2002 so that they can help spreading life skills to students of 6th to 10th class, mostly in government schools in the city and other places in Telangana.   Ashayam teaches these students certain basics like communication skills, team work, problem solving etc. More details can be had from reaching ashayam.org


Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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