Hunter’s paradise: How the Indian hunts for prey
Posted On June 19, 2021
Hunter’s Paradise, a resort resort located in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, is a popular tourist destination in the state, attracting millions of visitors annually.
A few days before the opening of the resort, I attended a live hunter meet-and-greet, hosted by the Indian hunting fraternity, the Hunters’ Club.
The event was organized by the hunters association, which has been active in the hunting industry since the 1950s.
The meet-up was a huge success.
At the end of the meeting, I got to talk with some hunters from the club, who told me they had been working in the industry for over 50 years.
The hunt season is only about a year and a half old, but it has already started.
According to the Indian Hunting Federation, hunting in India is booming, with an estimated 400,000 hunters and 1.4 million trophy hunters.
This is mainly because of the government’s policy of curbing hunting and trapping.
It is also an indication that hunting is becoming more popular.
“It is not only a matter of catching fish.
The hunt itself is a big business,” says Dinesh Srivastava, president of the Hunters Club.
“In fact, a lot of money is made by hunting, and hunting clubs are thriving.”
The hunters’ association, however, argues that there are still areas of the country where hunting is not allowed.
“There are many areas in the country that have been declared as ‘hunting zones’ for the purposes of hunting,” Srivattavas tells Quartz.
“These zones are very poor areas.
It would be a huge waste of time to hunt in these areas.”
There are some areas where hunting has been banned, like in the eastern state of Uttar Pradesh, but the hunting fraternity says this has not affected its business.
“It is a matter that we take very seriously.
There are some countries where hunting can’t be done because of wildlife laws,” says Srivatta, who has spent many years as a hunter himself.
“But it is not as big a concern in our region.”
The hunting fraternity is not alone in its enthusiasm for hunting.
There have been several other recent successful hunts, including one by a local hunting club, the Hunter’s Association of India.
“Our annual hunt is quite a success,” says the association’s president, Prabhu Bhattacharya.
The hunting fraternity’s annual hunt took place on May 30, and took place at a small hunting park.
The participants ranged from 10 to 12 years old, and there were about 50 hunters in total.
The hunters had to be prepared for a lot more than just catching fish; they had to also be prepared to kill a bull.
The bull was killed in front of about 100 people, and the hunters had a lot to be proud of.