Stories from the western ghats

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As the indigenous hamlet sits along the Anshi tiger reserve, they worship their ancestral deities at a sacred grove inside the reserve. Once in a while the hamlet hears the tigers roar at their sacred groves which they believe is a sign of prosperity and the harvest of that season will be fruitful. 

While the tigers who are the top.

predators in the jungles wander in their vast territory and hunt the wild animals below them in their food chain, who are likely to destroy crops and attack grazing livestock. 

This gesture of considering the tigers roar as a blessing is an example of coexistence from the indigenous wisdom of the land.

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