Ranthambhore: The Tiger's Realm intricately captured by three completely different people the domain of the tiger within the confines of our own world, it is a celebration of Ranthambhore! reader imbibes is not just the tiger's world, but far more importantly what that world means to three very ordinary people who are passionate about both the tiger and the shared interplay between the tiger and the worlds they live in. Its pictures are arresting: the photographs seem to reflect the real habitat of the tiger. The most pleasing were the captions ascribed to the pictures. You can savour the innocence of the words. What is equally delightful is the crispness with which the tales unfold. The diary accounts, apart from being personal, are written sans agenda. And thus, exude honesty and compassion. Priyanka Gandhi Vadra's family has had a tryst with nature and wildlife for decades, and it shows in the manner in which Priyanka pens her thoughts. this book defies definition and allows the reader to treat the eyes, the mind or both. Where it is successful is in transmitting tales that jump out not just from each picture but more from each word.