Category: Animal


World Wildlife Fund, for children….

Posting for all children, on behalf of Hari Someshekar :

The theme for this issue of the WWF Panda Magazine is Big Cats (tiger, lion, leopard, snow leopard and so on), which we hope will be exciting and interesting for children.

Please do encourage your children/ children you know. who write/draw well, to submit their articles, experiences, stories, poems, photographs and illustrations on the topic by January 21, 2013.

We are also open to entries in regionallanguages/vernacular and would prefer submissions in soft copies

Please email entries to

hsomashekar@wwfindia.net

Quite unusual for me to be off for several days, as I subject myself (and the rest of you!) to the discipline of frequent post. But it was a full weekend…Saturday morning, to Hessarghatta, getting back only by 3pm and then having visitors…Sunday morning, to Valley School, back at 1pm, and then off to JLR Bannerghatta (where neither mobile phones nor 3G seems to work) to volunteer for a nature trail with 49 students of Vidya Niketan, on an overnight camp. Got back yesterday evening, and was rather tired…and today all the home chores demanded attention, so had to turn down an invitation to go on an overnight visit to Chik Yelchetti for Junglescapes work.

My photographs from Hessarghatta are on my FB album

here

My photos from Valley School are

here

And my photos from the JLR camp are

here

But meanwhile…I’ve been having regular conversations with a very impressive schoolgirl, Anvitha. She often raises very valid questions about wildlife conservation…and our last conservation/rescue conversation went like this:

Anvitha:

” I just wanted to ask you this question which is haunting my mind from many days. When I was coming back from Konark temple, we were passing by a sanctuary. Our auto would have run over a turtle trying to cross the road but fortunately it did not happen. After lifting and seeing it, I was ready to leave it back but the auto driver told that he is gonna keep it along wid other animals he has. I tried to convince him n leave the turtle in so many lakes we came across and even in the sea which was opposite to our guest house but he did not agree. I sometimes feel that the turtle can have a better life by being in the fish tank but at the same time I also feel that it has the right to live in wilderness. Which is correct ? and also do people eat rufous tree pie coz i saw and talked to a family who had caught it.”

My response:

“Regarding the turtle (which was probably an Indian Pond Terrapin)…it is definitely better off in the wild, than in some chlorinated water tank…but then, you really had no control over what the auto driver was going to do. Frankly….I have my doubts…it probably wound up as food for him and his family…and you have to consider that as part of the natural food chain. Anyway, fresh water turtles might die in the salt water of the sea and vice versa, so probably putting it into the sea without knowing exactly which turtle it was might not be a great idea.

Alas, most birds and animals provide a good source of meat and protein for people. We can only try and prevent its happening…very often we have no say in the matter. Once I rescued an injured Pond Heron which a family was eyeing. The bird died in the rescue shelter the next day…I wished I had at least let the family eat a proper meal. So…one has to accept that rescue is not always possible, or even the best thing in the circumstances. Life teaches us some hard lessons sometimes….difficult for a soft heart like yours to accept.”

And her reply:

“thanx for the advice. Actually I told the family to leave the poor bird n they left it once but just when we were returning a small gal from the same family again easily caught the bird and so I thought the bird was used to the family or something like that.”
I do wish there were many more Anvithas around! A child so sensitive to the beings around her…may her tribe increase!

It’s been quite a hectic time, as I’ve been doing some amount of volunteering and some amount of for-me nature trails, too. Last Sunday, 18 (yes!) of us went to

Maidanahalli

as several people in the UGS (Usual Gang of Suspects, our group of friends who like to go for nature trails), and had a wonderful time, that included an awesome sunset.

The pictures of the birds are on my FB album

here

the scenery and general photographs are

here

and that technicolour sunset is

here

On Saturday last, I took 15 children from Sindhi School, Malleswaram, to the Bannerghatta forest (zoo area) and the pictures from that are

here

On Thursday, just 5 of us (it’s a working day for many, and this time, the children didn’t want to come) went to

Manchanabele Dam and Reservoir

All these were wonderful outings…and let me just show you a few sights from yesterday’s outing…

This is what the sky looked like just before sunrise….

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And this

INDIAN SILVERBILL

was one of the delightful little birds around…

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silevrbill

 

Some of the birds…

RIVER TERNS

preening on the water, after finishing their fish breakfast:

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River tern

 

A

BRAHMINY STARLING

showed off a cool hairstyle!

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A

BLACK DRONGO

showed off its glossy feathers:

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A

BOOTED EAGLE

soared above, delighting us:

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So did a

BRAHMINY KITE

much more common, but still, a beauty.

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Some

RIVER TERNS

behind a rock gave me a funny photograph!
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The terns then took off:

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We enjoyed watching the

LOCAL GEESE

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This

PIED WAGTAIL

and its companion wagged their tails along the shore:

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We watched this

ASIAN OPEN-BILLED STORK

and its companion, too:

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The stork made a lovely picture against the water:

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Liked the takeoff!

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A lone

ASHY-CROWNED SPARROW LARK

sat on a granite slab:

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One of the hightlights of the morning was seeing three of the

HOOPOES

together, I got this one on the shore:

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This little

PLAIN PRINIA

tried to hide in the Lantatna bushes:

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this

LAUGHING DOVE

posed for us on the rocks:

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A

BAY-BACKED SHRIKE

also sat helpfully on the bush:

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A

SMALL GREEN BEE-EATER

was actually eating a bee!

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I loved the sight of this old pavilion:

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And some distance away were people working in a field of marigolds:

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I completely enjoyed the sight of this

PIED BUSHCHAT

apparently visiting us to sit on the car!

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Hope you can see my photographs of the other trips, too…

Screening of movie on Lion-tailed Macaques

‘*A Call
in the Rainforest*’.

This film documents and examines the impact of human induced changes on one Lion-tailed Macaque sub-population, in the Valparai Range of Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary.

The *Lion-tailed Macaque* (Macaca silenus) is an endangered species according to the IUCN Redlist. The total number of mature Lion-tailed macaques is estimated to be less than 2500.

The duration of the Film is 18 and half minute and is shot with Canon 1D Mark IV (DSLR). It is a full HD movie.

Date : 1st Oct 2011 (Saturday)

Venue : *Alliance Francaise** De Bangalore* (Near Cantonment Railway Station)

Time : 5.00 – 7.00 pm

Noted Biologist *Dr. Ravi Chellam*, Dr. M. Ananda Kumar and others would be speaking after the screening.

You can also check the Trailer of the film

here .

*All are welcome.

*Mrudul Godbole*

**

*Call – 09980074003**
*

What, when, where – Please refer to last blog by Deepa.

Here goes the Croc :).

Crocodile

Crocodile

The hefty rock agama. Skin looks like a protective jacket :).

Hefty Rock Agama

Hefty Rock Agama

Two small little acrobatic bird, Purple Rumped Sunbird and Great tit.

Great tit

Great tit

Purple Rumped Sunbird

Purple Rumped Sunbird

Kingfisher’s on the search of breakfast:

White throated Kingfishers

White throated Kingfishers

Brahminy Kite

Brahminy Kite

Black kite with prey - he rejected the prey

Black kite with prey - he rejected the prey

Vijay Malliya’s Kingfisher.

Blue Kingfisher

Blue Kingfisher

White bellied Drongo

White bellied Drongo

White bellied Drongo

Sharing the pavement…

Walking down Malleswaram, I saw this strangely moving sight….it shows that our footpaths are put to far more uses than the BBMP envisions…

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A man and a dog often share a home…but sharing a home on the pavement….and peacefully asleep together…the sight was odd, and eloquent of poverty in our city.

As usual Vaibhav is quick with the posts of our trips and I like to sit on the photographs. Finally when I was done with the photographs, I wanted to write a post as I have not done it for some time, but I was wondering what to write after Vaibhav’s post on Valley School.

While returning after the wonderful birding, Mohan was talking to the person at security check at the entrance of the school while I was drinking water. I was listening to them trying to understand what there were talking. I got a leaflet and a book called Rta09.

After coming back I thought we have never written about the school itself. So I though I’ll write about the school and then my account of the birding there 🙂

I must warn you that this will be a lengthy post.

I have picked up the content from their website and from that leaflet and book which I got.

The Valley School was established in 1978 [when I was -5 (minus five) years old]. It is run by Krishnamurti Foundation India. The Valley School is based on the teachings of the eminent philosopher and a great thinker, Jiddu Krishnamurti. It is located at Thatguni, about 17 km to the south of Bangalore, capital of the state of Karnataka, in a picturesque valley with undulating hills and farms and with a reserve forest on the fringe. It has about 104 acres of dense vegetation, with a  lake on one side and a running stream.

It is a coeducational, English medium day-school affiliated to CISCE (Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations), New Delhi. It has  a student strength of about 365 and teacher strength of about 60.

 You enter in that area and greenery is all over the place. Only 2% of the land is being used for buildings and structures. Over the last 33 years, thousands of tree saplings of native species have been planted by students and staff.  These trees have now grown to provide a forest cover and a canopy that covers almost the entire campus.

Shrubs, herbs and grasses have grown at their natural pace, with minimal efforts at weeding and control.  The water bodies in the campus- the lake, the stream and the pond – act as effective water recharging sources besides serving as a habitat for a variety of flora and fauna.  The people at the Valley share their home with at least 250 species of birds, 20 species of reptiles, scores of insects, and a number of small and large mammals. The Valley is a treasure trove of a variety of medicinal herbs and endangered species of plants.

Flowering trees like Bauhinia, Tahbubia, Palash, Gulmohar, Jacaranda and Amaltash add spectacular beauty to this serene place.

The leaflet has got photograph of young J. Krishnamurti. It states –

What is sacred?…

That can be understood only when there is complete freedom – from fear, from sorrow – and when there is this sense of love, and compassion with its own intelligence. Then, when the mind is utterly still, that which is sacred can take place.

J. Krishnamurti was born on 11 May 1895in a small town of Andhra Pradesh. He was adopted in his youth by Dr Annie Besant, the president of Theosophical Society. Mrs Besant and others proclaimed that Krishnamurti was to be the world Teacher. A World Teacher, according to various scriptures, takes a human form from time to time to bring salvation to mankind. To prepare the world for his coming, an organization called the Order of the Star in the East was formed in 1911 with the young Krishnamurti as it head.

in 1922,  Krishnamurti underwent certain mystical experienced which, as he said, made him touch that ‘compassion that heals all sorrow and suffering’. Some years later he dissolved the Order with its huge following and gave up all the money and property collected for the work. In a historic speech in 1929 he explained why religious organizations cannot lead man to truth and declared that his only concern was ‘to set man absolutely, unconditionally free’.

The for more than sixty years, till his passing away in 1986, he travelled round the world talking to people and holding discussions with them, not as a guru but as a friend. His talks and discussions were based not on book knowledge and scholarship but on his insight into the human condition and his vision of the sacred. He did not expound any philosophy, but rather talked of the things that concern all of us in our everyday life – the problems of living in modern society with its corruption and violence; the individual’s search for security and happiness; and the need for man to free himself from his inner burdens of fear, anger, envy, sorrow, and so on.

Although he is recognized in both the East and the West as one of the greatest religious teachers of all times, Krishnamurti himself belonged to no religion, sect or country. Nor did he subscribe to any school of political or ideological thought. On the very contrary he maintained that these are the very factors that divide man from man and brings about conflict and war. He emphasized time and again that we are first and foremost human beings that we are like the rest of humanity and are not different. He asked that e tread lightly on this earth without destroying ourselves or the environment. He communicated to his listeners a deep sense of reverence for nature and all its creations.

Krishnamurti Foundation India –

The Krishnamurti Foundation India (KFI), recognized as a religious, charitable and educational institution, is one of four Krishnamurti Foundation in the world, the others being located in England, USA< and Latin America. KFI is engaged in educational and humanitarian work in the light of the teaching. It runs five schools: Rishi Valley School in Andhra Pradesh Rajghat Besant School in Varanasi, The Valley School in Bangalore, The School-KFI in Chennai, and Shyadri School in Pune.

One of the chief concerns of the Foundation is preserving, publishing and disseminating Krishnamurti’s teachings in the form of books, audio an video recordings. KFI also runs Study Centers where people can stay for short periods in order to explore his teachings. It holds annual gatherings which enable serious people to come together for dialogues, arrange video-screenings in various places, and interacts with other schools, colleges, and religious and cultural institutions.

There is a Football Field, Pottery Shed, Small Jungle, Gym, Amphitheater, Damball Court in the school. on Rta 09 – Rta is a Sanskrit word from the Vedas meaning the natural order or course of things. Simply put, rta is truth. Rta09 is filled with articles, poems, stories and artwork by the students and teachers of the school.

Now on the birding experience this time. This was a very different trip. We spotted lots of birds, lots of butterflies, talking to Prashant (PK) was also wonderful.

It has become a tradition to come back with some dog photographs on my birding trips.

Stray Dog

Stray Dog

 

 

Stray Dog

Stray Dog

Beautifyl Ashy Prinia and a group of Greater Cormorants flying.

Ashy Prinia

Ashy Prinia

 

Greater Cormorant Flying

Greater Cormorant Flying

There were lots of Hoverflies and a lot of Rose-ringed Parakeets.

Hoverfly

Hoverfly

 

Rose-ringed Parakeet

Rose-ringed Parakeet

There was a tree on which a cactus was growing. It was full of cactus. Mouth watering Custard Apples!

Cactus on a tree

Cactus on a tree

 

Custard Apple

Custard Apple

 

Beautiful House Swifts. We were observing them. There were a lot of House Swift there and there were two big nests on the walls of abandoned house. These swifts were flying and just ging near the nest and coming back. They were not even touching the nest. While some of them were actually landing on the nest and guess feeding to the young ones, majority of theem seem to be just visiting the nest from a distance. This is a very beautifyl black and white bird.

House Swift

House Swift

 

 

House Swift

House Swift

 

We spotted many White Cheek and Coppersmith barbets. We spotted Asian Koel, Black Drongos, White Browed Bulbul, Small Minivet, Purple Rumped Sunbirds, White Browed Fantail Flycature, Silver Bill, Baya Weaver, Scaly Breasted Munia, Red Wattled Lapwing as well.

Scaly Breasted Munia

Scaly Breasted Munia

 

Red Wattled Lapwing

Red Wattled Lapwing

Now lets look at some of the beautiful buterflies. I’ll not even attempt to ID them, so please let me know the ID and I’ll make the changes. One of the most beautiful ones which I have seen till now, this black and white beauty. It has got two tentacles on the other side (opposite side of mouth on its wings) and it keeps moving these tentacles. Why? To distract and save it self from predators?

Common Pierrot

Common Pierrot

 

Crimson Rose

Crimson Rose

 

Butterfly 3

Butterfly 3

 

Common Indian Crow

Common Indian Crow

 

Yellow Orange Tip

Yellow Orange Tip

 

Butterfly 6

Butterfly 6

 

Three-spot Grass Yellow

Three-spot Grass Yellow

 

Butterfly 8

Butterfly 8

 

To be Butterfly

To be Butterfly

This one was interesting. It was all over the plant. I woder what this is.

Yes talking about this

Yes talking about this

There were also interesting.

Edible?

Edible?

 

Eating the leaf?

Eating the leaf?

 

Giant Wood Spider?

Giant Wood Spider

Giant Wood Spider

 

And now the most awaited one, Mottled Wood Owl. Oh what a beauty. Kannan and Vaibhav spotted this owl. And we followed them to see it. It was in deep sleep and was not at all disturbed by our presence.

Mottled Wood Owl

Mottled Wood Owl

 

Mottled Wood Owl

Mottled Wood Owl

 

After some time we left it and went ahead. After abut 45 mins while returning we heard a lot of noise coming out from the same area where we spotted this owl. After going there what we saw was unbelivable and amazing. There were a group of babblers who were shouting and hitting this owl. I asked Prashant the reason for this behavior and he told that these birds do not want a predator to be present in their area and want to chase this owl out of their territory. The owl was repeatedly attacked by these babblers. At times it used to half open one of its eye, at times it used to just ignore the birds. It was not at all worried about the babblers hitting it. Do what ever you want to do I am going to continue sleeping is what it was saying. This would have went around for about 15- 20 minutes I guess after which babblers left the owl and went awal. In the mean while we spotted a Blue-faced Malkoha on the same tree. Here are some of the photographs of the owl during that time. What a grip this guy had, he was not even falling down after getting hit by those babblers.

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

 

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

 

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

 

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

 

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

 

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

 

Now you will see some amazing wing display!

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

 

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

 

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

Mottled Wood Owl being attacked by Babblers

That is it. What a day this was. The Valley School!

Wildlife Workshop by WRRC

WRRC presents “Whispering Wilderness” – a unique education workshop to introduce the concept of bio-diversity and its conservation.

The nine-weekend program starts on April 30th in Bangalore and features expert talks, team building activities, mind control, nature camps, photography and more!

We request you to go through the attached poster and if it interests you, please hurry to register.

About the Program (see attached image Whispering Wilderness 1280×800.jpg)
The program will run for 9 weeks on the weekends. The schedule will be as follows:
Weekend 1: Expert-Talks (2 hours each on Sat and Sun)
Weekend 2: Nature-Camp (full 2 days on Sat and Sun)
Weekend 3: Expert-Talks (2 hours each on Sat and Sun)
Weekend 4: Nature-Camp (full 2 days on Sat and Sun)
Weekend 5: Expert-Talks (2 hours each on Sat and Sun)
Weekend 6: Nature-Camp (full 2 days on Sat and Sun)
Weekend 7: Expert-Talks (2 hours each on Sat and Sun)
Weekend 8: Nature-Camp (full 2 days on Sat and Sun)
Weekend 9: Expert-Talks (2 hours each on Sat and Sun)
The following registration options are available:
a) Pay Rs. 2150 to enroll for all the Expert-Talks.
b) Pay Rs. 2150 per Nature-Camp. (There is no restriction if a participant wants to enroll for multiple Nature-Camps)
c) Pay Rs. 6000 to enroll for the comprehensive package – all Expert-Talks and 2 Nature-Camps of participant’s choice
The Expert-Talks will be held in Bangalore city at a convenient venue. Refreshments and reading material will be covered. Nature-Camps, will obviously be in the forest areas. Accommodation, travel, food and forest guide’s expenses will be covered.
How to Register? (see attached file Whispering Wilderness Registration Form.pdf)
Please find attached the registration form. The filled in forms with the payment and photo should be sent to:
Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre
‘Southern Cross’
9-A, Myrtle Lane
Richmond Town
Bangalore 560025
Payment can be done by cheque or DD drawn in favor of WRRC. All donations to WRRC are exempt for Income Tax (IT) under section 80G of the IT Act.
Hope this is convenient. It would be great if you can inform us after dispatching the envelope so that we can track it.
The receipt for the same will be handed over to you on the first day of the program. You can use the receipt for IT purposes.
Please feel free to call Rohit Agarwal at +919986304088 for any questions.

About WRRC

The Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation Center was founded in 2000, in response to the need of small wild mammals, birds and reptiles found in the city byway of confiscation, injury or orphaned. It is the sister organization of CUPA. Around 500 wild animals and birds are received by the wildlife center atBannerghatta every year. Handled by dedicated staff and veterinarians, these precious wild animals and birds need careful monitoring, specialized diets,treatments and knowledgeable handling so that they can be released in their habitats in the wild, where they belong. We consider this an important center for the city, since it helps to sustain and protect Bangalore’s depleting wildlife. WRRC also helps to raise awarenesson conservation isssues and the need to protect the environment. Legal action, research on elephants in captivity, and changing public attitudes tocruelties and abuse on wild animals has been an important mandate for us.
Both CUPA and WRRC are registered with the Animal Welfare Board of India. They have Income Tax exemption for all donations in India and charity status in the United Kingdom. They are registered as a 501(c) (3) non-profit organizations in the United States.

If God is great….

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then, this is animal worship…of a different kind!

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Both taken today, on our wonderful trip to Nandi Hills.

First a word of caution – the photographs I have used in this post may be disturbing. If you want to put a comment, hit End button on the keyboard so that you do not get to see the photographs. I have kept enough gap between the text, Images and the comment section so that you do not get to see the photographs if you don’t want to. However if you feel you can see the pain please go through the photographs.

After spending a lovely Saturday Birding at Manchanabele Dam I decided to go to KRUPA, the animal shelter which I usually go on Sundays. Since I was missing it for two Sundays, I decided to go there on my way back from Manchanabele Dam to home.

I bought some bread on the way and after feeding I moved to the kennel area and was shocked to see the dog in very first kennel. There was no flesh on left face of this dog. The eye was popping out, there was nothing surrounding the eye and it was just stuck there by its base, from the jaw to the eye to the ear, it was all open. While I am writing I can still see his face very clearly in front of my eyes. It’s now been 3 days and that scene is still fresh in my mind. I felt as if I turned into a stone. I was standing there without knowing how to react. And this sweet little guy was wagging his tail. The scene was dreadful. I had to turn back to recompose myself and the next thing which I see is that this guy is bleeding profusely from the jaw area. It was dropping all over the place and he was licking the blood which was falling on the ground. And then the blood was dropping on his legs and he was licking it from the leg and then it started licking it from the shoulder and all over the body. One portion of his body was covered with blood and he was licking it. And there I was standing in front of him with a blocked mind.

It took me a while to realize what was happening and I immediately called the care takers. I was told that some one threw acid on his face. I have heard such incidents happening with people but this was the first time I heard and saw something like this. This dogs condition was really really bad. It was becoming difficult for me to look at him. In the meanwhile they started the treatment and he was given some milk to drink. After the dressing the bleeding stopped and he lied down to rest.

I fail to understand how can one person behave like this. It’s not only about this incident which disturbs me. I fail to understand how can two brothers who have spend the childhood together under the same roof can be become so distant to hate each other. I fail to understand how can one force someone’s kid to work in their house, exploiting them to the fullest, while giving all the possible comforts to their own child. How can one turn a blind eye to the increasing level of pollution, the changing environment, degrading life style, others coming and making their establishments in our country to make money, all these big brands cheating us just by putting money big time in marketing and advertising creating a virtual value out of nothing. The list is just endless and there are just too many unanswered questions.

Who is responsible for all what is happening around us? We. We are the most superior species on the earth who have got the intelligence to excel. We have multiplied manyfold and have put this immense pressure on limited resources. We have put animals, birds, trees out of their place. If you can’t be good to others at least be neutral and do no harm. How can someone just throw acid on a dog and leave it to die. How can one be so insensitive, so inhuman. What is our education system and the governing/ruling bodies doing? Everything seems to be going in a wrong direction and we still say that we are developing.

We are nothing but the meanest species on earth. People say they love kids, but the fact is that they do not love kids, rather they love only their kids. There is a sense of ME in it. It’s my kid. They’ll do anything for their kids because they are their kids. People do not love dogs. They love only their dogs. MY dog. Everything revolves around ME and I.

It’s very disturbing to think about this. Is this the case only with people in Bangalore, or this happens universally. I’ll leave it on you to decide. But I was very disappointed that day. I can not explain in words what I was going through while standing there and what how was I feeling emotionally.

I’ll leave you with some images of what I saw.

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Does he deserves this?

Does he deserves this?

Licking the blood on his body

Licking the blood on his body

 

After medication

After medication

 

Cleaning the blood

Cleaning the blood

 

Resting

Resting

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