- Release Date: January 2022
- Author : Pamela Malhotra
- Publisher : Penguin Random House
- ISBN: 9780143442165
- Price: Rs. 499/-
- Category: Non-fiction
- Language : English
- Binding: Paperback
- Extent: 256 Pages
ABOUT THE BOOK
Called 'Noah's Ark' by an Oxford University scientist, the SAI
Sanctuary is an example of how nature exists on a delicate balance.
You cannot destroy nature and you cannot rearrange it without serious
consequences to your existence! Coming from two rich wisdom cultures,
one Native American and one Indian, Pamela and Anil Malhotra made it
their mission to salvage what they could in Kodagu, Kerala, where years
of coffee-growing had ravaged and denuded the land. Today, in its nearoriginal
form, this sanctuary boasts a rich variety of indigenous trees and
plants as well as numerous rare and threatened species of animals,
some found nowhere else on the planet.
In this deeply fascinating and inspiring personal journey, Pamela
recounts how she connected and communicated with animals and trees
both at a physical and spiritual level, and how understanding and
preservation of nature is the only way to save mankind.
ABOUT THER AUTHOR
Pamela Malhotra is the co-founder and trustee of the SAI sanctuary,
Kodagu, Karnataka. Together with her husband, Pamela has been on a
mission to protect and preserve the last remaining natural wild places of
the earthespecially equatorial rainforests.