Phantoms of the North East
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In the forests of the North East India…

One man on a quest to see…

The Phantoms of the North East.

Synopsis

The forests of North East India harbour some of the rarest and fascinating wildlife in the world. The confluence of Indo-Malayan and Himalayan eco-systems has created a bio-diversity hotspot.

The forests of North East are populated by rare and relatively unknown animals like the Hoolock Gibbon, Feral Horses, Gangetic River Dolphin, Red Panda and the Dancing Deer.

Explorer, photographer and travel writer Pralay Lahiry takes you on a journey to see these rare animals against a backdrop of stunning natural beauty, epic landscape and fascinating local culture.

Stunning natural beauty…

 

Epic landscape…

 

Amazing diversity of wildlife…

 

Rarely filmed animals …

 

Fascinating local culture…

 

… and one man on a quest to see the Phantoms of the North East.

 

Video


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About us

Avneet Mangat has been travelling regularly through the wilds of India and started this website to spread awareness about the wild places of India. He co-developed the concept for the 'Phantoms of the North East' with Pralay Lahiry.

 

 

Pralay Lahiry had been a serving Merchant Navy Officer for twenty years but has taken up full time wildlife and nature photography and travel writing at present. He is based in Calcutta. He is an ardent nature lover and has been inspired by Three Idiots to change his profession and pursue his love of the wild. Pralay joins us as explorer, photographer and travel writer.



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