I WAS A TIGER HUNTER: Eyewitness Accounts
The author, an army officer stationed in India during the nineteenth century, introduces his experiences of shikar, or game hunting, one of the main pastimes for British officials in India during the days of the Raj. Describes sporting incidents from small game and fowl to hunting rogue elephants and the tiger, the ultimate Indian wild animal. Import.
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