Author: Deepak Dalal
We sell online all the eight titles in the "Vikram Aditya Adventure Series" by acclaimed author Deepak Dalal.
Deepak Dalal chucked up a career as a chemical engineer to write stories for children. He lives currently in Pune with his wife, two daughters and several dogs and cats. He enjoys wildlife, nature and the outdoors. The Sahyadri Hills of Pune are a short journey
from his home. When not at his desk writing, he is either trekking their slopes or cycling their valleys.
The VikramAditya series of books are ideal school readers. It is breadth of the Indian experience they provide that appeals to schools. The stories take the reader on a magical journey from Ladakh to Lakshadweep, from the Andaman Islands to the Sahyadri, and
across the great forests of India. Importantly, the stories deal with critical issues like environment, wildlife and conservation. The stories create a connection between schoolchildren and wilderness areas – adding a dimension that is sorely lacking given
the urban nature of their lives today.
More than a 100 schools have used books from the VikramAditya series as readers.
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Live the adventures of Vikram-Aditya on the ground!
Author: Biswajit Roy Chowdhury
A keen birder and a well-known wildlife conservationist and photographer for the past three decades. Author of many wildlife books. We are offering his visual treat on Indian wildlife "Days
in the Wild" for a very competitive price.
Authors: Arefa Tehsin and Raza H. Tehsin
Arefa Tehsin has contributed articles and features to Newspapers, co-authored research notes with her father in scientific journals like Bombay Natural History Society and wrote as a Columnist (column Different Outlook – Jan 2005 to Jan 2006) for Sri Lanka’s
largest national weekly Sunday Observer.
She also Initiated and Coordinated the project “Lost in the Desert” on one of her father’s (Dr.Raza H.Tehsin) discoveries funded by Australian Geographic in 2006. She is co-producing the Documentary “Daughter of Saraswati” on this project with Director Himalay
Tehsin. She has served as a Resource Person for Eco Trekking and Excursions organized by Rajasthan Government’s Forest Department.
Fondly known as the Vasco de Gama of Mewar jungles, co-author Raza H. Tehsin is the initiator of Wildlife conservation movement in Southern Rajasthan. Besides his lonely crusade for wildlife protection, he has been instrumental in the establishment of game
sanctuaries like Phulwari-Ki-Nal, Sitamata & Sajjangarh and has reported for the first time around 14 species from this region, as well as India. He has to his credit more than 60 research papers and notes published in national and international journals and
hundreds of news items/articles in national and regional newspapers.
Raza and Arefa have served as Honorary Wildlife Wardens of Udaipur district.