This is a mango tree outside the Jim Corbett Museum.
On May 2, 1925, the famous hunter Jim Corbett killed the man-eating guldar.
The museum built in the memory of famous hunter Jim Corbett at Gulabrai in Rudraprayag has been completed and has now been opened to the general public. The Jim Corbett Museum has been built on the Rishikesh-Badrinath highway at a cost of about Rs 92 lakh on the proposal of the Forest and Tourism Department at Gulabrai. Apart from giving a new dimension to tourism along with the memory of Jim Corbett, it has been created with the aim of bringing the new generation closer to nature and environment.
Jim Corbett Museum is close to the same mango tree in Gulabrai, on which Jim Corbett had spent 6 nights waiting for the man-eating Guldar by tying a scaffold. That leopard had made 125 people its morsel. On May 2, 1925, Jim Corbett killed the man-eating guldar.
Let us tell you that from the year 1918 to 1925, there was a tremendous panic of man-eating Guldar from the villages on the upper side of Rudraprayag and Gauchar to Karnprayag and people used to stay in their homes in fear of it.
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