Indian literature is relate with references to the attributes of the deer and its aesthetic appearances. Expressions like ‘harinekshana’ in Sanskrit and such comparisons as ‘hopping like a deer’ are common both in Indian and wetern literature. In fact states like Andhra Pradesh have adopted Krishna Jinka (Kaala Harin) as state animal and in certain parts of Rajasthan Kaala Harin is treated as a pet and provided for by the villagers. Several varieties of deer can be seen in the Indian forests and in adjoining villages. this book deals with the deer and its habitat in our country. Written in simple style the book offers a splendid image of this peace-loving animal and is worth reading both by children and ecologists.
The author Rajeshwar Prasad narain Sinh is an eminent writer on animals and birds of India. His other book "Our Birds" has won acclaim from several quarters.
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