Land Rover, the famous English automobile manufacturer now owned by Tata, announced the launch of a new book that tracks the tiger through India's Tiger Reserves, Tracking The Tiger.
This book has been written in collaboration with auto journalist and wildlife lover Bob Rupani, and Land Rover's primary global conservation partner, the Born Free Foundation, which was first forged in 2002 and confirming Born Free as Land Rover's primary global conservation partner.
The author, Narayan Rupani, better known as Bob, was born in Mumbai. In his career, Bob has worked with magazines like Car & Bike International, Auto Motor & Sport (India), BBC Top Gear (India).
It is about the beauty of India's varied wildlife and showcases in real time a 50-day journey around the country's best tiger reserves.
Bob's first-hand account of the tiger reserves and the wildlife that resides in them is supported with real-time photography by wildlife and nature photographer, Dhritiman Mukherjee.
Rohit Suri, the Vice President for Jaguar Land Rover India, said, "It gives us immense pleasure to introduce to you ‘Tracking the Tiger', an exemplary piece of work by Bob Rupani."
"A veteran automotive journalist, holding a deep-rooted passion for nature and wildlife, Bob narrates his story from the interiors of the Indian jungles, with the view to create a compelling read for wildlife and travel enthusiasts alike."
"The captivating memoir covers anecdotes of the travelers, as they explored 13 wildlife sanctuaries, across varied off-roading terrains, in the highly capable Freelander 2 and Range Rover Sport."