Kenneth Anderson books - complete collection of books about hunting man- eating tigers and leopards in India. THE KENNETH ANDERSON OMNIBUS surprised it the least had he made it mandatory that we went torchless and foodless as well. Eric was very likeable. The Black Panther of Sivanipalli and other adventures of the Indian Jungle ( ) authored by Kenneth Anderson. This book contains true hunting stories of the.

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The Black Panther of Sivanipalli By Kenneth Anderson Pdf Free Download The Black Panther of Sivanipalli and other adventures of the Indian Jungle (). The Kenneth Anderson Omnibus Volume 2 book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. 1. THE BLACK PANTHER OF. Kenneth Anderson has 57 books on Goodreads with ratings. Kenneth Anderson's most popular book is The Kenneth Anderson Omnibus Volume 1.

As a hunter, he tracked down man-eating tigers and leopards.

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He is officially recorded as having shot 8-man-eating leopards 7 males and 1 female and 7 tigers 5 males and 2 females on the Government records from to though he is rumored to have unofficially shot over 18 man eating panthers and over 15—man eating tigers. He also shot a few rogue elephants.

Anderson's style of writing is descriptive, as he talks about his adventures with wild animals.


While most stories are about hunting tigers and leopards — particularly man-eaters — he includes chapters on his first-hand encounters with elephants, bison , and bears. There are stories about the less 'popular' creatures like Indian wild dogs , hyenas , and snakes. He explains the habits and personalities of these animals.

Anderson gives insights into the people of the Indian jungles of his time, with woods full of wildlife and local inhabitants having to contend with poor quality roads, communication and health facilities.

His books delve into the habits of the jungle tribes , their survival skills , and their day-to-day lives. He also explored the occult, and wrote about his experiences for which he had no explanation. Anderson was often sought to shoot man-eaters in villages in southern India.

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Ishtiaq Hasan Translator. To add more books, click here.Apart from engraving the primal behaviours of the flora and fauna through the keyhole of experiences of Mr Anderson, It also educates us the rural, urban and jungle life full of extraordinary hardships of Indians and many westerners in that era and shows us how their life circumstances make them such tough survivors.

Being told that the tiger wandered everywhere, and seeing her many pugmarks on the lonely path to the forest-bungalow, he decided to try his luck that evening, concealing himself by five o'clock behind an ant-hill that stood conveniently be side the path.

Jungles Long Ago by Kenneth Anderson was published posthumously, after the editor, Malcolm Barness, went through Anderson's manuscripts and notes. While most stories are about hunting tigers and leopards — particularly man-eaters — he includes chapters on his first-hand encounters with elephants, bison , and bears. Occasionally a tigress will teach her half-grown cub, or cubs, the art of killing their prey in the way a tiger should kill by breaking the vertebrae of the neck.

Welcome back. Benjamin Wittes Goodreads Author. Young Jack Leonard, who was keen to secure a trophy, and who had been summoned to the village by an urgent letter, arrived on the morning of the eighth day, and acquainted himself with the situation.

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