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desideewar 'SUNDARBAN TIGER RESERVE' SE .......... WITH INDRANI BANERJEE

When Indrani Banerjee, from Frisco, Texas, visited India last winter (Dec 2014-Jan 2015) with her husband and two sons, she planned a trip to the Sundarban Tiger Reserve to enjoy some sight-seeing in India without the constraint of the unendurable summer heat. Turned out to be an excellent idea as the family loved the adventurous trip to the vast estuary in the Bay of Bengal.

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(Photo Credits: All pictures have been provided by the Banerjee family. desideewar is thankful to them for sharing the pictures from their family album with our readers. ) 

According to the Wildlife Protection Society of India (WPSI), the mangrove forests are the only tiger habitat of its kind. The trees and other wildlife have adapted to the estuarine conditions of high salinity, lack of soil, erosion and daily overflow by high tides. An estimated 270 tigers are found here. 

Sundarban Tiger Reserve was created in 1973, and constituted as a Reserve Forest in 1978. The current core area was established as a National Park in 1984. Recognizing the region and its unique biodiversity, the National Park was listed as a World Heritage Site in 1985. The entire Sundarban area was declared a Biosphere Reserve four years later.

As for their trip, Indrani has this to say, "the Sundarbans are a UNESCO world heritage center and the entire operation is run by the West Bengal Govt. We found the boats very clean and hygienic. What we loved most was the opportunity to be one with nature - loved the tranquility and peace."

The beautiful pictures of the Banerjee family as they explored the Sundarban Tiger Reserve, stirs nostalgia in those of us who live outside of India. It brings back memories of our own travels through India- of drinking the refreshing coconut water, of hiking through the muddy roads or riding some form of carts (rickshaws or manual buggy), eating roadside food- some good and some not so good. 
 
We will all agree on one thing for sure- gallivanting through India is not convenient, but it is adventurous for sure.

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