Sanctuary Asia


The Sanctuary Nature Foundation’s flagship Sanctuary Asia magazine founded and edited by Bittu Sahgal has been in continuous publication since 1981 and remains India's leading and best-loved magazine in its genre. Browse through select articles from our past issues.
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Kanha National Park - The Pride O...
Of the thousands of visitors who enter Kanha National Park each year, no more than a handful are aware of the behind-the-scenes activity.

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No Legs to Stand on
Man cannot hear the arguments of the frogs around a pond at night

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Messages Etched in Wood
How environmental policy is prevalent for humans and not the other beings on this planet

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Banj Beasts and People
Upma Manral worried exclusionist forest policies are alienating communities from nature.

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Life Near The Fence
Across the world, ‘no mans lands between national boundaries tend to be occupied by wild species, thanks to the absence of humans, writes Amit Goswamy.

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Black is Black
How people can be moved by nature, and be motivated to defend it from any harm

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World Environment Day
An Introduction to this very sketchy, not-so-cheerful, truth-telling desultory future.

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Birds In The Sand
On Mahanadi river, the very first nesting of the Indian Skimmer in Odisha!

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Custodians of the Ramganga
While photographing Corbett’s tigres, Daanish distracted by the otter.

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Meet Kartik Shukul
Young, sparky and focused, Nagpur-based Kartik Shukul is one of India's leading experts on the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972.

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The Panchgen Valley
Red pandas endorse the strategy of incentivizing community-conservation in a remote corner of Arunachal Pradesh.

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The Frozen Ark
Could genetics be the future and is the Frozen Ark Project our insurance policy against extinction of wild species, asks Purva Variyar.

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