Nilgai at JNU!

Legend has it, that if a person spots a Nilgai (Boselaphus tragocamelus) in JNU, he either stays there for long or keeps returning!

Nilgai at JNU

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Dr. Govind Singh

Dr. Govind Singh is an Environmentalist, Academician and Consultant based in Delhi and is the Co-Founder of Delhi Greens NGO. He holds a Master's and Ph.D. in Environmental Studies from the University of Delhi. Dr. Govind Singh has over six years experience of teaching in the University of Delhi and over twelve years experience of working in the Environmental Sector.

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2 thoughts on “Nilgai at JNU!

  1. I dont study in jnu but visit quite often. Every time i enter jnu , i end up meetin a solitary nilgai and this has turned very freaky as he turns up in the most weird of places.any legend pertaining to this? heelp required

  2. Well, no real legends pertaining to that..apart from a fact observed by another reader here, that if one is less than 5 feet high or otherwise of a short stature – it is not a good idea to approach the nilgai alone, or be near it for it may try to run towards you with intentions hitherto unclear!!

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