National Geographic Traveller India’s March-April issue is a thrilling double edition on wildlife. For this issue’s marquee cover story, we bring you an in-depth exploration of the remote sky islands in WesternGhats, led by NG Explorer Prasenjeet Yadav. For the first time ever, our cover shot (of the fiercely majestic lion-tailed macaque) has been captured with a mobile phone video snap. Also in the magazine: off-grid birding in India, a budget vacation in Singapore, a history of the martini and a sustainable guide to Bhutan.
The cover story of NGM India’s March 2021 edition is an intriguing analysis of our enduring obsession with Mars Missions–and Mars’s ability to hold onto its mysteries even as years of rovers contiue the human probe on the red planet. Another report looks at photographer Martin Schoeller’s haunting portraits of deathrow ‘convicts’ in the U.S.A. who were freed after being found inncocent of the crimes for which they were sentenced to die. A feature on the criticism of greyhound racing invokes thoughful deliberation.