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The second half of the nineteenth century, the period during which Corbett was born was a time when elaborate big game shoots were organised for the royalty, viceroys, maharajas, governors and high government officials. A gruesome sport called pig-sticking, the killing of wild boar from horseback with a lance, was also popular.

Birds were shot for sport in innumerable numbers. No one realized the devastating impact of this blood-sport on wildlife and ecology. Jerry A. Jaleel records some shocking data concerning the massacre of wildlife in colonial India: The late maharaja of Surguja claimed that his total bag of tigers was 1, Captain Forsyth, author of Highlands in Central India, shot 21 tigers in one month.

Gordon Cumming shot 73 tigers in , and the following year he shot ten tigers in five days. Nrupendra Narayan of Bihar killed tigers, rhinos, and buffaloes between and Pollock, a British engineer, was in the habit of killing either a rhino or a buffalo every day for several years.

King George V and his party shot 39 tigers and 18 rhinos. William Rice, an army officer, shot or wounded tigers including 31 cubs, between and in Rajasthan. The maharaja of Nepal and his invited guests shot tigers and 53 rhinos between and The maharaja of Udaipur was said to have shot over 1, tigers in his lifetime, while the ruler of Vijayanagar killed over The maharaja of Bikaner shot his th tiger in The Prince of Wales and his party shot 30 tigers including cubs , 10 rhinos and three elephants during Colonel George Smith managed to kill Indian lions, and Simpson, another army official, killed no less than tigers during his year stay in India.

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Jaleel illustrates the grim situation with more figures: The most sought after trophy was the tiger. In the period 88, a total of 3, tigers were shot in India. Today, the total population of tigers in India is estimated at less than 2, Tigers were considered dangerous to man and even young cubs were not spared.

Other animals also suffered greatly. During the same period, 6, leopards, 2, bears, 9, wolves, 2, hyenas and 20, other game including elephants, rhinos and lions were killed by sportsmen.

The various governments paid out over Rs. The reward for a tiger was Rs. The records show that during a two-year period, a total of Rs.

When he asked me how long I thought tigers would survive, I said that except in sanctuaries and one or two Indian states tigers would be wiped out in ten years. With his phenomenal knowledge as a naturalist, based on the rock-solid foundation of first-hand observation and lifelong study of flora and fauna, Corbett debunked some widespread misconceptions about wildlife.

A popular misconception is that Corbett never killed a tiger without confirmation of its killing people. The park was renamed in Corbett's honour in They sold the house to Mrs.

Kalavati Varma, before leaving for Kenya in November The house has been transformed into a museum and is known as the Jim Corbett Museum. Jim also spent a short time in Chotti Haldwani, a village he had adopted and which came to be known as Corbett's Village. Corbett and the villagers built a wall around the village in to keep wild animals out of the premises.

The wall still stands, and according to villagers has prevented wild animal attacks on villagers since it was built.

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Corbett was at the Treetops , a hut built on the branches of a giant ficus tree , as the bodyguard of Princess Elizabeth when she stayed there on 5—6 February Corbett wrote in the hotel's visitors' register: For the first time in the history of the world, a young girl climbed into a tree one day a Princess, and after having what she described as her most thrilling experience, she climbed down from the tree the next day a Queen—God bless her.

Corbett died of a heart attack a few days after he finished his sixth book, Tree Tops, and was buried at St.

Peter's Anglican Church in Nyeri.He is one of the best story teller. Bombay: Oxford University Press, However, I am unable to add any more words to my review.

It was indeed a different day and age. Saving the Idea of India by P. If we [the people as well as the British government] do not bestir ourselves now, it will be to our discredit that the fauna of our province was exterminated in our generation and under our very eyes, while we looked on and never raised a finger to prevent it.

Though, I'm strictly against killing wildlife. In that day and age, the Government in India would ask for his services to rid an area of a man-eater, be it a leopard or a tiger, so as to protect the human lives there. The book was one of the most delightful reads this year and Corbett is going to live with me for a very very long time. Stumbling Through Life by Ruskin Bond.