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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Dilip D. Khatau - 1942-2023
Dilip Khatau Bittu Sahgal remembers his close friend, conservationist-businessman and founder of The Corbett Foundation, whose life was spent protecting.

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Shashank, The Creator Of Maps And...
Nandini Mehrotra fondly remembers her friend and mentor – a cartographer, conservation technologist, and the Founder of Technology for Wildlife.

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The Dolphins Of Malabar Hill
The Dolphins of Malabar Hill Darshan Khatau observes stunning marine biodiversity in the form of playful dolphins, from his balcony on Malabar Hill, Mumbai.

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Of Kokum And Its Cousins
Of Kokum and its Cousins Known for the refreshing Konkani drink made from the fruits of this plant, Soham Kacker elaborates on the kokum and its wild relatives…

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Bhigwan: The Story Of A Wetland
Bhigwan: The Story of a Wetland Maharashtra’s Bhigwan Bird Sanctuary became a regular Sunday birdwatching jaunt for Dr. Erach Bharucha, in the 1980s.

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Knowledge Is Power
Knowledge is Power The Environment Ministry’s PARIVESH portal is crucial to all who seek information on environmental clearances granted to potentially.

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Adventure To The End Of The World
Adventure to the End of the World Urvi Piramal visits the ‘Last Continent’ – Antarctica, and writes about her adrenaline-packed journey across rough seas.

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Early Risers: Climate Change And...
Early Risers: Climate Change and Himalayan Brown Bear Hibernation With reduced snowfall plaguing the high altitudes of the Himalaya, brown bears are waking.

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Nature’s Sound Track
Nature’s Sound Track The sights, sounds, colours and smells of nature have inspired musicians and artists for centuries. India’s ‘Jazzman’ Sunil Sampat.

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The Long And Short Of It
Three very different people sat sipping tea together at the Tea Centre at Churchgate Station, Mumbai, early in the year 2001.

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The Most Dangerous Animal In The...
The Most Dangerous Animal in the World.

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Tiger Conservation: The Road Ahea...
Fifty years after its inception, Project Tiger still has bragging rights as one of the world’s most successful conservation and rewilding programmes.

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