Elephant

Bruce Rich in candid conversation with Sarita Dasgupta @ EHNF 2016

Bruce Rich in candid conversation with Sarita Dasgupta @ EHNF 2016
Bruce Rich in candid conversation with Sarita Dasgupta @ EHNF 2016

Sarita Dasgupta in conversation with Bruce Rich on Raising Economy for Eco-Friendly Initiatives

Lisa Mills in candid conversation with Sarita Dasgupta @ EHNF 2016

Lisa Mills in candid conversation with Sarita Dasgupta @ EHNF 2016
Lisa Mills in candid conversation with Sarita Dasgupta @ EHNF 2016

Sarita Dasgupta in conversation with Lisa Mills on conservation of Asian Elephants

Case Study: KIRON RABHA

KIRON RABHA receiving the Mark Shand Mahout Awards, 2014 - Assam

Born in a family with a strong lineage of mahouts, Kiron was born with an inherent understanding of the gentle giants. His family has always had the legacy of capturing wild elephants. His upbringing was in an environment wherein he was fortunate enough to learn about all tricks regarding the mela shikar, traditional medicines and training of wild elephants. Kiron joined the forest department as a grass cutter in 1990, but was later promoted as a mahout in 1999.

Case Study: MONGAL GHATOWAL

MONGAL GHATOWAL Recipient of Mark Shand Mahout Awards, 2014 - Assam

Starting o as a grass cutter in Assam Forest department, Mongal Ghatowal, now a reputed and retired ‘Mahout’ is a highly respected individual and is known for his love for elephants. The forest department were able to see his talent and passion towards communicating with elephants as so he was appointed as a mahout. Hi is particularly known for his courage and ability of managing ‘dicult’ elephants.

Case Study: MONGAL GHATOWAL

MONGAL GHATOWAL Recipient of Mark Shand Mahout Awards, 2014 - Assam

Starting o as a grass cutter in Assam Forest department, Mongal Ghatowal, now a reputed and retired ‘Mahout’ is a highly respected individual and is known for his love for elephants. The forest department were able to see his talent and passion towards communicating with elephants as so he was appointed as a mahout. Hi is particularly known for his courage and ability of managing ‘dicult’ elephants.

Case Study: PURNA CHANDRA RABHA

PURNA CHANDRA RABHA Recipient of Mark Shand Mahout Awards, 2014 - Assam

Purna Chandra began as a Mahout back in 1945. Back then, a young Purna started o by being an assistant to the trainer mahout. He then learnt the art of handling and interacting with elephants. Since then, Purna Chandra has dedicatedly served the Assam Forest Department as a dedicated and passionate mahout and immersed his life towards the conservation of Asian Elephants

Case Study: PURNA CHANDRA RABHA

PURNA CHANDRA RABHA Recipient of Mark Shand Mahout Awards, 2014 - Assam

Purna Chandra began as a Mahout back in 1945. Back then, a young Purna started o by being an assistant to the trainer mahout. He then learnt the art of handling and interacting with elephants. Since then, Purna Chandra has dedicatedly served the Assam Forest Department as a dedicated and passionate mahout and immersed his life towards the conservation of Asian Elephants

3 jumbos fall into Patanjali pit - Two elephant calves found electrocuted in Dibrugarh

The elephants at the construction site in Balipara in Sonitpur district on Wednesday. Picture by UB Photos

Three wild elephants were injured at the construction site of the Patanjali Mega Herbal and food park in Sonitpur district, while two elephant calves have died of electrocution in Dibrugarh district in the past five days. The three wild elephants had fallen into a trench at the construction site at AIDC Complex, Ghoramari, in Sonitpur district.

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