Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Monday, September 7, 2009

In Safe Hands: The government officials prepare for the by elections and distributed the ballot boxes to its centers on Monday. Seen in the picture, the returning after placing the equipment at Ambedkar stadium, Basaweshwarnagar in Bangalore on 17th august 2009

Urulu Seve ended behind the bars for the Karnataka Rakshana Vedike members who were arrested for protesting near Town hall demanding their leader Narayan Gowda's release on Monday in Bangalore on 10th august 2009

Three-month-old lion cubs are seen with their mother Prema at the Lion safari in Bannerghatta Biological Park on Monday afternoon.These are the first pair of lion cubs born in the park after four years. The officials said that the cubs will be released in the safari soon. This takes the number of lions in the park to 11 on 3rd august 2009

This is a 1000 Year old temply, built by the Chola Dinasty. The temple has a very large area around it and a few ruins around. There are many small temples around the main temple. It is a very god spot with very less visitors to spend a day in peace on 14th july 2009.

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Spotbilled pelican feeding at Kokkare Bellur (Village of Storks), a small village of the main highway between Bangalore and Mysore, is one of the few nesting sites in India of the spotbilled pelican. In addition, it is also home to hundreds of painted storks. The best time to see the pelicans is in December and January. The place is not a sanctuary, and the storks and pelicans live freely in the trees in the middle of village and are quite used to their human neighbors. Mysore Amateur Naturalists (MAN) have been working with the inhabitants of village to preserve the nesting site of the spotbilled pelicans, which are an endangered species. The following article discusses the work that the Mysore Amateur Naturalists are doing in the village on 14th january 2009.