As a brand that inspires travel, we’re always encouraging you to go see India’s gorgeous national parks, and their residents. We hope that it instills in you, your children, your friends and your families, a love for the wilderness, and the eventual desire to protect it. And the more we visit these areas, the more we need to remember that we’re in a wild animal’s territory. Forests are homes too, and we need to treat them with the same respect that we extend to ours. We brought in our favourite wildlife illustrator, Rohan Chakravarty, to show you the darker side of tiger tourism, but from the striped cat’s point of view. So, the next time we’re in their territory, we know what not to do.
is a cartoonist, illustrator and animation designer from Nagpur and the creator of Green Humour, a series of cartoons on wildlife and conservation (www.greenhumour.com). He has been awarded by the UNDP, Sanctuary Asia, and WWF International, among others. Rohan is notorious for rolling up into a ball like a pangolin to avoid answering the phone or meeting people.
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