This film is the first of a series illustrating the progress of projects developed by Prakratik Society and Tiger Watch.
Some of these projects are supported by FOC UK (Friends of Conservation UK) and one of them is Prakratik Society’s Biogas Program.
Ranthambore National Park is one of the largest national parks in northern India. It is situated between the Aravalis and the Vindhyan hill systems in the Sawai Madhopur district of eastern Rajasthan. It is best known for its tigers.
As human population increases, the pressure on the park and its natural resources is huge and with less than 2500 individuals left in the wild, time is running out for the Bengal Tiger. Fortunately, organizations like Tiger Watch and Prakratik Society, are protecting these beautiful animals and their natural habitat, by offering local communities alternative ways of being less dependent on the national park.
Thank you to all people of Ranthambore without whom this project wouldn’t have been possible.
Ada Bodjolle (direction, photography, editing, animation and sound design)
Peter Durin (second Camera, photography, technical assistance)
Music by Dexter Britain (www.dexterbritain.com)