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The Song of the Magpie Robin: A Memoir

 
Zafar Futehally (Author) Shanthi Chandola (Author) Ashish Chandra (Author)
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Birder, naturalist and writer, Zafar Futehally was born in 1920 into a business family of Bombay. He grew up in Andheri, then one of the greenest areas of the city and went on to join the family trade. However, it was with Salim Ali, the famed ornithologist also known as the Birdman of India, that Zafar found his true calling.

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About the author

Ashish Chandra

Dr. Ashish Chandra born, in a modest family which is known as much for its academic aptitude, as for the close association with freedom struggle of the country. Bachelor in Tourism from prestigious Delhi University, this committed and diligently hardworking young professional earned Gold Medal for standing first class first in his MIBM examinations. Ashish, besides being co-editor to a Tourism Journal already has eight books to his credit. it has been his genius and deep academic devotion that immediately after getting through his Master' Ashish was able to start his dream career as lecturer in tourism at the Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi. He has opted the problems, "Growth and Development of Tourism in India-A Critical Assessment". A Man with Crystal clear vision on short and long-term career goals and strong self-confidence in his persona, Mr. Chandra firmly believes in the quotable quote "nothing is impossible" provided one has undeterred determination to achieve.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Song of the Magpie Robin: A Memoir
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2014
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Rupa & Co.
Language: English
isbn 9788129134684
length xxvi+197p., 16 Pages of Plates; Illustrations; Colour; 23cm.