A jungle book story from Bandipur
Over 1000 hectares of Bandipur National Park had persihed in fire a few months back. Mathrubhumi photographer P Jayesh travels through the jungle to tell the story of resurrection.
June 23, 2017, 12:38 PM IST
Be it any worst situation, nature knows the way to bounce back and buzz with activity.
Wildfire had ravaged the Bandipur national park a few months back destroying every bit of vegetation till the Wayanad border.
For days, fire ravaged the jungle and the whole area resembled a massive graveyard with ashes scattered everywhere. As per reports, the fire destroyed over 1000 hectares of forest.
However, all it needed was just a rain.
Just like the wave of a magical wand, life bounced back and the jungle restored to life on its own.
Interestingly, the whole process needed no human intervention.
The scenes, all the way from Bandipur to Kabani, stand testimony to this theory.
Animals, which fled during the fire outbreak, have returned to their homeland and nature unveils one its greatest of stories before your eyes.