Chambal River in Kheda Azab Singh, India

First it was cursed. Then it was infested with outlaws and a Bandit Queen. But now the Chambal River in North India is a pristine wildlife sanctuary brimming with rare species. The waterway's infamous reputation is part of the folklore of the region and the historical narrative of India. The irony is, the river's legendary infamy is what saved it.

The Chambal is a major river in India, at almost 620 miles (1,000km) in length. It acts as a boundary between the states of Madhya Pradesh and...

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