Saturday, 3 October 2015

The Wildlife Map of India


115 animals, 46 biodiversity hotspots, one giant illustration- here is the Wildlife Map of India, out on Green Humour to mark the Wildlife Week!

For orders outside of India, prints can be purchased on my online store here.

For orders within India-
The prints of the map are available in A0 and A1 sizes (matte surface, matte laminated paper). The prices, inclusive of shipping within India are as follows-

A0 size (841 x 1189 mm, matte)- Rs. 3500 for the first print, 3000 for the second print onwards.
A0 size (841 x 1189 mm, canvas)- Rs. 5000 for the first print, 4500 for the second print onwards.
A1 size (594 x 841 mm, matte)- Rs. 3000 for the first print, 2500 for the second print onwards.
A1 size (594 x 841 mm, canvas)- Rs. 4500 for the first print, 4000 for the second print onwards.


The orders can be placed by mailing me on rohanchakcartoonist@gmail.com, mentioning the number of prints, your postal address and contact number in your e-mails.

As a limited offer, you can get an A3 poster of any of your favourite animal from the map, with every order of the Wildlife Map of India. You can pick your choice from the list here-
1.       Snow Leopard 2.       Black-necked Crane  3.       Himalayan Marmot    4.       Western Tragopan
5.       Golden Eagle   6.       Himalayan Black Bear  7.       Himalayan Monal   8.       Serow
9.       Himalayan Musk Deer  10.   Hangul   11.   Indian Eagle-Owl    12.   Golden Mahseer
13.   Black Francolin    14.   Green Munia    15.   Wild Pig    16.   Indian Elephant
17.   Yellow-throated Marten   18.   Hispid Hare   19.   Sarus Crane    20.   Striped Hyena
21.   Indian Porcupine   22.   Gharial   23.   Painted Stork    24.   Indian Skimmer   25.   Ratel
26.   Desert Cat   27.   Great Indian Bustard   28.   Desert Fox    29.   Jackal    30.   Indian Wolf
31.   Lesser Florican   32.   Indian Fox    33.   Flying Fox    34.   Asiatic Lion    35.   Blackbuck
36.   Khur   37.   Crab Plover    38.   Great White Pelican    39.   Greater Flamingo   40.   Whale Shark
41.   Malabar Pied Hornbill   42.   Hanuman Langur   43.   Chital   44.   Malabar Giant Squirrel
45.   Flame-throated Bulbul   46.   Indian Pangolin   47.   Malabar Pit Viper   48.   Sloth Bear
49.   King Cobra   50.   Malabar Trogon   51.   Nilgiri Tahr    52.   Lion-tailed Macaque
53.   Salim Ali’s Fruit Bat   54.   Indian Pitta   55.   Emerald Dove   56.   Leopard   57.   Gaur
58.   Jungle Cat  59.   Darter   60.   Indian Roller   61.   White-backed Vulture   62.   Dhole
63.   Black-rumped Flameback   64.   Mugger   65.   Hill Myna   66.   Spectacled Cobra
67.   Forest Owlet   68.   Yellow-footed Green Pigeon   69.   Bengal Tiger  70.   Asian Paradise Flycatcher
71.   Indian Peafowl    72.   Barasingha   73.   Water Buffalo   74.   Nilgai   75.   Gangetic Dolphin
76.   Bar-headed Goose   77.   Smooth-coated Otter   78.   Asian Koel   79.   Indian Rock Python
80.   Hog Deer   81.   Red Panda   82.   Blood Pheasant   83.   Goden Langur   84.   Pygmy Hog
85.   Phayre’s Leaf Monkey   86.   Sangai   87.   Hoolock Gibbon   88.   One-horned Rhinoceros
89.   Bugun Liocichla   90.   Great Hornbill   91.   Clouded Leopard   92.   White-winged Wood Duck
93.   Blyth’s Tragopan   94.   Amur Falcon   95.   Mrs. Hume’s Pheasant   96.   Fishing Cat
97.   Masked Finfoot   98.   Water Monitor   99.   Irrawaddy Dolphin   100.    Olive Ridley Turtle
101.    Brahminy Kite   102. Spot-billed Pelican   103.   Blue Whale   104.  Green Turtle
105.    Brown Noddy   106.  Sooty Tern   107.  Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin
108.    White-bellied Sea Eagle   109.   Narcondam Hornbill   110.    Edible-nest Swiftlet
111.      Andaman Serpent Eagle   112.   Dugong   113.    Sea Krait   114.    Leatherback Turtle
115. Nicobar Megapode

Here are previews of different zones of the illustrated map-

North India and the Western Himalayas

East and North-east India


West and North-west India

Central India and the Deccan

The Western Ghats, the Arabian Sea, the Indian Ocean and the Lakshadweep Islands

The Eastern Ghats and the Bay of Bengal

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Get the map home, and have virtual safaris throughout the Indian wilderness! Happy Wildlife Week, folks!

(Please note that not all Tiger Reserves/ National Parks could be accommodated owing to space constraints)

17 comments:

  1. I m not able to locate valmiki tiger reserve

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  2. India is such a beautiful country. I'm proud to be an Indian. Jai Hind.

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  3. Superb work!! Keep up the good work! :)

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  4. Ghariyal, brown bear, sun bear, nilgiri langur & capped langur are missing.

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  5. Great idea and representation :)

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    1. Man i love your work, but I'm a student and I cannot pay 3000 for a map. It would be of great help if you provide it for free after you have earned enough to sustain some altruism....Thank you

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  7. Brilliant. Adding a link to this map from the Planeta Wiki http://planeta.wikispaces.com/wildindia#headlines

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  8. Saw this in your exhibition in Hyderabad. It is great!

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  9. Superb..great work! Have sent you a mail ordering one ☺️

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