Trees of Delhi (A Field Guide) [Pradip Krishen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Language: English Pages: (Throughout Color. Title, Trees of Delhi: A Field Guide. Author, Pradip Krishen. Contributor, Delhi Tourism. Edition, illustrated. Publisher, Penguin Books India, Trees of Delhi has 71 ratings and 6 reviews. Amishal said: A book that has made me look up instead of otherwise as I walk down the streets of my city. Th.

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This is the only book which I have come kkrishen so far which is as user friendly as a bird guide book. Dpchakraborty rated it it was amazing Mar 14, Trees of Delhi is a brilliant field guide that describes more than species of trees in and around Delhi, with their local as well as scientific names. The photographs of tres, flowers and fruits and description of a tree’s main characteristics take identification a step further.

And the more you work at the trees using this guide, the better you get at identifying th A book that has made me look up instead of otherwise as I walk down the streets of my city. Krishen has created “native-plant” gardens in Delhi, west Rajasthan, and Garhwal, and is currently working on a large rewilding scheme at Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park near Mehrangarh fort in JodhpurRajasthan.

Krishen has now written a book that every tree lover in the city would want to carry to the field. Kosam – Schleichera Oleosa. If only this existed for NYC! The local names are also included. Retrieved March 2, Subscription If you are an existing Down To Earth subscriber, please log in to download digital archives. He subsequently gave up filmmaking, and sincehas worked as a naturalist and environmentalist.

Review of ‘Trees of Delhi’, a book by Pradip Krishen

Sanjay Srivastava rated it it was amazing Jul 12, Archived 3 December at the Wayback Machine. Ronjh – Acacia Leucophloea. You cannot afford to plant trees in the city or parks that are thirsty. They publish books of all genres. Stephen’s Collegethen at Balliol College, Oxford. Nitin Bhatt Certified Buyer 21 May, I have one on my shelf and higly praddip.

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This is also because Krishen has written extensively about the Ridge, the only natural forest in the area. Gerry Martin Certified Buyer 28 May, Here are 22 of Delhi’s most beautiful native trees captured by Pradip Krishen that need your help. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. A great book by the author. Unfortunately, these native trees have been slowly diminishing over time due to several reasons, such as lack of water, lack of space, and rapid urbanisation.

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Jhinjheri – Bauhinia Racemos. Stuti Sahni rated it really liked it Sep pradlp, You are bound to be able to identify a tree, if it is also in the book It is beautifully written, and the images are very clear and sensible! Imtiyaz rated it it was amazing Mar 29, It’s certainly not the archetypal naturalist’s delight.

Binoti Shah rated it it was amazing May 08, Anand Chatterjee Certified Buyer 6 Jun, Pradip Krishen is a notable Indian filmmaker, author and environmentalist.

Pradip has also authored the book Jungle Trees of Central India. Safe and Secure Payments.

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Have doubts regarding this product? Very well organized, and very minutely detailed.

Delhi is no exception. Maybe, just maybe, the book will motivate people to protect the trees in their neighbourhoods.