23rd October is a special day for me. We celebrate Shaka turning a year older. This year he would have turned 9 in dogs’ years and 63 if he had been human. This is a
A young spirited guest Iraaj Mohan who stayed with us last month had the following to write back about us. I am quoting him and putting some images of him walking with our hound Jabu.
Friends of Dhole's Den, Since 8 years and more you have turned and many have even wondered before they were our guests at our homestay about the fact that our signboards said: The Land of
Dear Friends, It was 2013 when the charming couple Ravi and Payal graced Dhole's Den with a visit. http://blog.dholesden.com/a-private-celebration/ Then I had written about it. Now some days ago, I happened to meet Mr. Ravi
Dear Friends, Its been quite some time and you must be happy to see the blog in new colours and design. Change being the only constant in our lives, we decided to give it a new
Dear Friends, I came across an article published by a friend of Dhole's Den Research Foundation which we actively support. Mr. R.K. Rao has been active in deciding what is done under the aegis of
An Excerpt from: A King called Shaka... The next day started early. The car to take me and my business partner Gokul to Bandipur arrived early and we drove away towards our new home.
We have a Machaan. Made out of Bamboo that is about 30 years old is the best example of recycling. A small team of two from the tribal hamlet worked meticulously on this so that the least number of nails are pierced into the tree.
Lilies at Dhole's Den, Photo by Karthik Davey, Lilies Courtesy Sukanta Das :) On 23rd December our beloved Zulu turned 5. It was a special moment for all of us