This is the remarkable man who was a conservationist and a campaigner to Save The Tigers BEFORE it was considered `groovy` and `with it`. He also so was one of the few English/Westerners to be accepted by the Hill People as he accepted their ways, their culture, and their beliefs. He asks a good question in MANEATERS OF KUMAON: And Why Do YOU Believe The Religion YOU DO? If you believe in a dead Jewish carpenter arising from the tomb, a Hill Man can believe a demon has jumped down his throat and has hold of his soul.
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