- Title-The Jim Corbett Omnibus By Jim Corbett.
- About the Book-:Edward James ‘Jim’ Corbett was an India-born British hunter-and-tracker-turned-naturalist and author. Corbett was born in Nainital, India, in 1875. He held the rank of colonel in the British Indian Army. Corbett hunted many man-eating tigers and leopards in northern India. He usually hunted alone. Only his dog, Robin, would keep him company. He was an avid wild photographer, too. Together with Frederick Walter Champion, he played a role in establishing the first national park in Kumaon. Post India’s Independence, this park was renamed Jim Corbett National Park. During his lifetime, Corbett authored several books about his hunting adventures. He retired to Kenya after India’s attained her independence. Corbett breathed his last in 1955. Jim Corbett's Omnibus riveting accounts of shikar in the Himalayan foothills have kept generations of readers enthralled. The Jim Corbett Omnibus includes three enduring tales of Corbett's encounters with man-eaters. Dramatic yet reflective, Corbett's writings are coloured by his deep concern and sympathy for the natural world as well as the local people and their traditions and customs. This vividly illustrated collection will appeal equally to Corbett lovers and to those concerned with the environment and wildlife. Published by famous B K Publications Pvt Ltd Publication and available on ritikart.
- Type -: English Fiction.
- SKU Number - BKPUB_1174
- Language -: English
- Publisher -: B K Publications Pvt Ltd.
- Author-: Jim Corbett.