We took another trip to the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary .. this time early in the morning .. and were amazed to see a totally new face of the place! So many birds, the early morning mist, ponds and lakes and so much more! Join in to experience the Keoladeo National Park in it’s full glory 🙂 Happy Exploring!
In the second episode.. we bring to you the Evening Safari experience from the famous Bird Sanctuary of Bharatpur 🙂 Bicycles, Birds, Ponds, Animals, Jungle fun 🙂 Let’s relive our childhood amidst the awesome Natural Heritage of Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur 🙂
The HAUNTED well – “Maan Singh ka Kuaan“.. . MUSHROOMS as big as a Pizza Base.. TREES and more awesomness..in this new episode of Heritage and Nature Walk at SANJAY VAN 🙂
RUINS from the days of Prithviraj Chauhan – QILA LAL KOT.. an enigmatic HAMAAM amidst a lush green city-forest .. and more awesomeness from these hidden Haunted greens of Delhi in this episode!
One of the key ridge areas in Delhi, Sanjay Van (a City Forest) houses a plethora of Flora and Fauna within. There are hamaams, ponds, lakes, blue bulls, butterflies, peacocks and whole lot of forms in which LIFE manifests in this green lung of Delhi! And all of this is safely secured within the walls of the historical QILA LAL KOT – a fort that has seen Delhi in all its known and unknown forms right from the pre-Sultanate days! From the top of the fort walls we also get a beautiful view of several heritage structures adorning the adjoining historical village of Mehrauli. Here’s Episode 1 of this new series where we get introduced to SANJAY VAN 🙂 Happy Exploring!
Sharing a short video about our trip to the Okhla Bird Sanctuary near the area where Delhi and Noida meet. It was a fun trip and was kind of a nature-walk ..and our photographer friends managed to get some nice clicks. We experienced some unique sights and sounds during the trip and this video is an attempt to present to you some of these moments. The path that we followed for reaching the Okhla Bird Sanctuary is given below the video.
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