India is a magnificent country that boosts for its immense diversity of flora and fauna. Our country isn’t in dearth of beautiful landscape and extensive sanctuaries filled with immense flora and fauna. However, not each national park or sanctuary are similar to one another. Each place has got its peculiarity and stands out in comparison to others. While some forests are renowned for different types of bird species, some are known for their flora. ‘Pench – Mogali Ani Jungle bookchya Aranya’ is an informative book on wildlife written by Atul Dhamankar. He is a renowned wildlife photographer, freelance wildlife writer and a researcher who has authored numerous books on wildlife.
Pench is a renowned tiger reserve which is located in Seoni and Chhindwara district of Madhya Pradesh. Mowgli and his jungle book hold a special place in our memory and every kid’s childhood. Pench National Park brings together the iconic ‘The Jungle Book’ by bringing humans in close contact with the wildlife. One can witness similar adventure as in the book giving the visitors direct feel of watching the Jungle Book in real.
In this book, the author shares in depth detail of his exploration into the forest. The author in this book describes about the Pench National Park and its magnificent expanse of flora and fauna. He further states how watching the majestic tigers and many other birds and animals gives people the same thrill of watching the Mowgli battle with Sher Khan. The book contains elaborate pictures of animals and birds he encountered in forest along with penning his memories. Certainly this book can be called a one-stop destination and reference guide of wildlife for all those who love to visit the Pench National Park and spend some quality time.