Hues of Ramganga: Beating Around the Bushes in Corbett
So, I spent a couple of days near the Jim Corbett National Park right at the start of the year. I was on an assignment but as it turned out, the safaris were overbooked with Chrismas-New Year holiday crowd and my client had not planned for it. Anyway, I completed my work and tried to soak in the feel of the jungle as much as possible while beating around the bushes, literally. So, this is not a detailed travelogue as I did not do much but just a series of photographs, primarily featuring the ri...
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