Some of the birds that call Vedanthangal home. Photo: Arun and Shyam Some of the birds that call Vedanthangal home. Photo: Arun and Shyam
Some of the birds that call Vedanthangal home. Photo: Arun and Shyam
India

In India’s oldest avian sanctuary, Vedanthangal, a pollution-free vision turns toxic

  • Vedanthangal, a tourist hotspot so beautiful it has inspired songs, is supposed to be protected from pollution. So why are trees wilting, animals dying, skin diseases appearing and farmers abandoning their land?
  • Villagers have pointed the finger at a factory run by the pharmaceutical giant Sun Pharma

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Some of the birds that call Vedanthangal home. Photo: Arun and Shyam Some of the birds that call Vedanthangal home. Photo: Arun and Shyam
Some of the birds that call Vedanthangal home. Photo: Arun and Shyam
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