Save India's Big Cats

Upasana Kamineni Konidela in association with WWF flew to Rajasthan from Hyderabad for the initiative ‘Save India’s Big Cats’ with 12 school girls who are wildlife enthusiasts and won their way into this exploratory initiative. They headed to the Ranthambore National Park, one of the most renowned national parks and tiger reserves, on the 26th of January, 2019.

On day one, they headed to Taj Vivanta, Sawai Madhopur early in the morning. After lunch, they were treated to a light yoga session helping them warm up for the excursion ahead. It was followed by desserts and a private cooking lesson by the expert chefs of Taj Vivanta, facilitating Ms. Upasana’s interest in healthy and organic cooking further more.  

They ended the day with a barbecue session, some soulful melodies and dance. Treating their senses just right, they look forward to their day at the reserve, hoping to learn all about the conditions surrounding the extinction of tigers and spreading awareness, on a national scale.