Barahi Jungle Lodge Blog

The Great Hornbill is counted in the list of endangered birds of Nepal 0

Bird Watching in Chitwan

The month of February and March is an open invitation from the jungle to all birdwatchers. The forest is shedding its leaves giving a window view to the birds which may be otherwise are...

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What is a Rhino horn made of ?

The One horned Rhinoceros- What is a Rhino horn made of? Dispelling all beliefs of the traditional medicinal world it has long been proven scientifically that the rhino horn is all keratin – a...

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In pursuit of Honey and Bee

The lodge is lucky to home Indian Rock Bee (Apis Dorsata) from two months now. On a warm afternoon of October, they swarmed up in the reception unexpectedly with their huge coordinated family conducting...

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Book Review: The Soul of the Rhino

With not much jargon, this is the book that would interest the researchers, tourists and animal lovers alike. The book is autobiographical, filled with heart touching experiences of Hemanta Mishra, divided in chapters with...

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Teej Festival of Nepal

Teej is the festival for women and is celebrated across Nepal. The women fast for the long life of their husband and the young girls fast and worship lord shiva to bless them with...