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Jun
1
2016

The Jungle Book was an amazing movie, and hats off to Neel Sethi. (My only gripe was that I wish the voice-overs (and Mowgli) had an Indian accent – that would have been cool).

It’s no secret that Rudyard Kipling set his Jungle Book stories in the Seoni district of Madhya Pradesh – which includes the Pench Tiger Reserve.

Thank goodness there are no Jungle Book theme parks (yet), but let it be known that the Taj Group has created a special Mowgli Trails tour. Given the dearth of more authentic ways to explore Kipling’s world, this sounds like a pretty cool option.

Read about two different traveler experiences here and here

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One Response to “Travel the Real Life Jungle Book”

  1. neeraj Says:

    i used to watch the Jungle book in my childhood…and now its is picturized interesting…i love it