[Reading] ➭ Birds, Beasts, and Bandits ➵ Krupakar – Snackgo.co.uk

Birds, Beasts, and Bandits A Witty And Poignant Account Of An Extraordinary Adventure With India S Most Dreaded Bandit, Veerappan And His Companions Veerappan Responded In A Soft Voice It Has Been Many Years Since I Killed Elephants But No One Believes Me If I Say So.

About the Author: Krupakar

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10 thoughts on “Birds, Beasts, and Bandits

  1. says:

    Got this book in this hand yesterday, and finished it by midnight This is a very honest recounting of the incidents in captivity of Veerappan by wildlife filmmakers Senani and Krupakar makers of wild dog diaries and the pack

  2. says:

    Funny poignant tale

  3. says:

    Spending 14 days with an evil and live to tell about the experience in itself is a brave story I liked that the book narrated certain facts about Veerappan that no media or news ever captured like Veerappan loved to dance, that s true he loved

  4. says:

    A unique read, definitely recommended for anyone curious about Veerapan and insights into his personality the side that s not talked about often.

  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Describes the forest areas of Bandipur to TamilNadu with a detailed description of Veerappan and his moods.

  6. says:

    It is a very interesting book Wildlife filmmakers and conservationists Krupakar and Senani were abducted by the legendary poacher Veerappan who had a huge prize on his head Veerappan was later killed in 2004 They were mistaken for important government officials Later th

  7. says:

    Omen my friend fellow foodie said he was buying this book That s how I got to know about and decided to buy this book Birds, Beasts and Bandits follows the experiences of two wildlife conservationists and filmmakers who were kidnapped by the notorious bandit Veerappan for a peri

  8. says:

    Zai Whitaker reviews the book on Goodbooks A moustachioed bandit recognizable from frequent media pictures pointing a gun at you in the darkness Unreal and implausible But this was reality for Krupakar and Senani, wildlife filmmakers who were kidnapped by Veerappan in 1997 from their hom

  9. says:

    One of the best bookIf you are interested to know about Veerappan s activities, lifestyle and behaviour you have to read this book and big salute to Krupakar and Senani they both given a life to this book by living in it..

  10. says:

    Birds, Beasts, and Bandits 14 Days with Veerappan is a book on the first hand experience of the authors who were kidnapped by the once notorious forest brigand Veerappan An incident that took place because of a mistaken identity, it also provided an opportunity to the authors professional wildlife film ma

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