The Keoladeo National Park was hunting ground of maharajas

The Keoladeo National Park was once hunting ground of Maharajas

In a fine morning back in September, 2013, I visited Keoladeo National Park in Bharatpur, India. Once hunting ground of maharajas, it is now home of birds and pythons and others species. Food and ambiance of it attracts migratory birds. I welcomed with grace our national bird, the peacock. I was overwhelmed by the beautiful birds and nature, and impressed by the engineering talent of the birds. The Place’s enchantment is that you can feed squirrels with your hand. These are the moments you realize that mother earth is the preeminent designer.

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