ALL PROCEEDS from purchases of any Booking and or Tantric Tincture purchase goes towards our environmental and educational projects in saving Amar, A Siberian Tiger and Tara, A Bengal Tiger. These 2 amazing souls would have been shipped to their death for the consumption of their carcass.
According to WWF, the tiger population is now 3890 tigers left in the world in the wild. They are illegally killed or poached because their pelts are valuable in the black market trade, their body parts are used in traditional Asian medicines and they are seen as threats to human communities. There is also large scale habitat loss due to human population growth and expansion.
Amar and Tara have an amazing home at the School of Samaya Sanctuary and are cared for personally by Karen and Tjaart Kruger. In additional to contributing towards environmental care, Tjaart and Karen regularly plant trees and take care of the wild bird life on their Sanctuary.
So your booking and purchase big or small makes a huge difference towards our cause and we thank you in advance.
Please note it is our policy not to objectify Amar and Tara and hence you won’t find any pictures of them and we will not share any pictures as well. Please read our Disclaimer and Indemnity again. Our purpose is in protecting these two amazing beings and that means from ourselves as well. We do have plans in the future to release a Memoir in their names which may be published in the next 5 years or so.
We are our own worse enemies and hence the need protecting from!
ALL proceeds from School of Samaya go towards our cause. No profits are shared amongst any trustees or directors. Every volunteer in the organisation is focused on serving their higher purpose by donating time, resources and expertise to our environmental and educational projects.
Saving the Tigers is one of our causes.
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“If nature has made anything more beautiful than a tiger then I do not know what it might be.”
- There are as few as 3,500 tigers left in the wild, we have to act now or this iconic animal could be extinct in less than 20 years.
- As apex predators, tigers shape the ecosystems in which they live.
- They prevent over-grazing by limiting herbivore numbers and maintain ecological integrity.
- Tigers are solitary and have large home ranges making them excellent ‘umbrella’ species providing space for a variety of other species to flourish.
- In India, more than 350 rivers originate from tiger reserves. These reserves also sequester carbon, provide oxygen and slowly release ground water to regulate floods. Protecting the tiger will in turn protect these vital habitats.
- Protecting existing tiger habitats and the reforestation of degraded habitat may help buffer the poorest communities in Asia against the impacts of river siltation and flooding, while providing global benefits.
- Saving the tiger will help communities and local populations benefit from habitat resources and tourism.
- Man is solely responsible for the slaughter of the tiger. In the natural world the tiger’s only predator is man. It is our collective responsibility to stop the killing and save the tiger in the wild.
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