Hidden India: A Journey to Where the Wild Things Are, is a breath-taking new project featuring over 250 pages of work by one of India’s top conservation ecologist's and photographer, Dr. Latika Nath, includes writing by journalist, Shloka Nath.

Hidden India showcases extraordinary images of landscapes and wildlife from across India, many of which are now critically endangered. The book also features writing examining one of literature's most rewarding and enduring themes: our relationship with Nature. It speaks of breathtaking vistas and mythical creatures. It is a testament to that which endures, to the wonder of life. To the tigers that appear in the bushes when you least expect them, to the birdsong of the peacock, the call of the cheetal, the gush of wind through the trees, the enigmatic dugong in the blue waters of the Andamans, the serrated mountains of Ladakh; our planet contains more mystery and love and beauty than the human heart can possibly hold. 

Proceeds from the book contribute to the Wildlife SOS Elephant Conservation and Care Centre. 

Life is after all, a journey to where the wild things are.