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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The Potential And Power Of Conser...
Joanna van Gruisen and Raghu Chundawat tell us more about the community conservancy approach they envision, which can rebuild local economies while helping.

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Portrait Of A Tree On Fire: The K...
Portrait of a Tree on Fire: The Kashmir Chinar Rithika Fernandes examines the seasonal, cultural and historical significance of chinar trees in Jammu Kashmir.

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Climate Watch - April 2022
Climate Watch A summary of the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report on the state of our climate crisis.

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Making History - The ZSI’s First...
Dhriti Banerjee, the first woman Director of the Zoological Survey of India, speaks to Lakshmy Raman about her journey in science, a field that has been.

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The Kumbhalgarh National Park - Q...
The Kumbhalgarh National Park Wildlife biologist Priya Singh, grew up a few miles west of this picturesque park and shares stories about her explorations.

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Through The Lens Of Indigenous Wo...
Rita Banerjee chats with five recipients of the Green Hub video fellowship about their experiences as women telling stories of their own communities.

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Niche Women In Conservation
Purva Variyar speaks to seven women conservationists about their motivations and how their line of work translates into nature conservation in action.

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The Aegis Of The Forest - An Acco...
Ivy Farheen Hussain meets with four female rangers of the elite State Rhino Protection Force (SRPF), who are changing societal constructs.

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Climbing Back To Our Roots
Recognising the potential of climbing to empower, Gowri Varanashi began ‘Climb Like a Woman’ (CLAW) in 2018, to introduce Indian women to these amazing skills.

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Meet Usha Lachungpa
Meet Usha Lachungpa, Sanctuary Wildlife Service 2021 Awardee and a trailblazing conservationist… in conversation with Abinaya Kalyanasundaram.

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Diversity And Inclusion In Field...
Though the world of environmental conservation is diverse and multidimensional, barriers of patriarchy and tradition have remained a constant thorn in the side.

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Muddy March Campaign: Support Gra...
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