It's World River Day tomorrow. Indian rivers aren't ours alone to exploit and manipulate. Scores of endangered animals depend on them, and are at stake if ill-conceived projects like river-linking are undertaken. Find out which species are associated with Indian rivers in this series of illustrations.
The series first appeared on Nature in Focus. Prints of the compilation can be purchased on my webstore here.
For orders within India, you can mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org. The prices are listed below-
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.
(Note that these are minimal representations, and do not enumerate all animals inhabiting the respective river basins. For a more detailed wildlife map, visit http://
www.greenhumour.com/2015/ 10/ the-wildlife-map-of-india.h tml)
Pangolin, Sangai, Hangul missing... :)ReplyDelete
As are many, many more. This is just meant to be a concise representation :) For a more detailed map, visit http://www.greenhumour.com/2015/10/the-wildlife-map-of-india.htmlDelete
So much of wildlife thrives in here. Though we all know rivers are life-lines, reading and watching about all those animals through your art work is great information.ReplyDelete
very useful work helped a lot in doing kids school teachings.ReplyDelete
wow! nice! I am going to show this to more kids.ReplyDelete