Stories By ' MANEKA SANJAY GANDHI'
Scindia Girl’s School in Gwalior borders a thick forest area. I studied there for two years.
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Mimicry, by changing form, shape and colour on the spot, is unique to animals. Imagine if you went into a Chinese, or African, neighbourhood and had to defend yourself by looking Chinese or African.
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In the recent pro-jallikattu protests, many people from Tamil Nadu quoted the Thirukkural to justify their horrendous cruelty towards helpless animals.
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I never thought the day would come when I would recommend drinking milk. But it has and I am recommending people to drink camel milk.
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All Hindu mythology is intertwined with animals. Thousands of stories abound in all the texts, and the largest of wars is often due to a small insect being killed. Devdutt Pattanaik has put some of these stories into a book called Pashu.
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When you spend a weekend watching Hollywood horror movies based on mosquitoes—‘Mosquito Man’, ‘Skeeter’, ‘How a Mosquito Operates’ and ‘Mosquito’, then you realise how important the mosquito is to the economy.
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