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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A positive outlook for future
Bittu Sahgal, talks about believing in passing on a brighter future to coming generation.

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Our Living Planet
When Nature’s narrative turns despairing, these individuals bring us stories of hope.

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Tamor Pingla Sanctuary
In Chhattisgarh’s Sarguja Elephant Reserve, observe nature and worrying about future.

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The Village that Moved
By relocating, a village in Assam, helped secure an ancient migratory route for elephants

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Meet S.E.H. Kazmi
Bittu Sahgal speaks to Sanctuarys Lifetime Service Award winner of 2016 S.E.H. Kazmi, who has had a profound influence on the conservation

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Straight To Walong
This is a light-hearted paean to the joys of birding and to the great outdoors as Ram Gopalakrishnan travels

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The Mormons
Popularly known as the Butterflyman of India, Isaac Kehimkar has dedicated 30 years of his life to these winged beauties.

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Roads To Nowhere
This article is about how development is affecting high altitude animals, like ibex.

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Treacherous Links
The trade that connects terrorism, armed conflict, narcotics and human rights violations.

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A Real Forest Experience
After being a part of machaan census in Pench Tiger Reserve, new view of life in jungle.

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The Forests in Exile
A journeys through the Kanger Ghati National Park, a portal to Chhattisgarh’s wilds.

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Meet Deepak Apte - Marine Ecologi...
A straight-talker, this marine biologist had a very unusual entry into the world of natural history, academia and nature conservation.

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