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When in the jungle for three days without food, Maggie came to the rescue of our group members!

Stay at Mangar Bani: Our experience

In order to cover the story, four of our group members visited the sacred grove of Mangar Bani and stayed there for three days. Though we had our apprehensions but only once we reached there did we realise how crucial it was for covering our story.

A local villager preparing the meal on a make-shift stove. Locals in Mangar village eat their dinner as early as 5 pm.

A local villager preparing the meal on a make-shift stove. Locals in Mangar village eat their dinner as early as 5 pm.

In Pics: Mangar Bani: Our experience

Through some pictures, we have tried to share our experience of staying in Mangar Bani.

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Mangarbani and Social media

Our network infrastructure includes social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook and other sites like Delicious, Social Media

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Mangar Bani: #savemangarbani on Twitter

A collection of some of the tweets that will provide you an insight into our network at Twitter.

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