Kenneth run in South India where he’d a plantation. He used his crazy living and shopping experiences to good advantage and wrote some exceptional books on shopping and crazy life. Kenneth wrote several books which can be found of the ledge in most book stalls. His more famous books are ‘Eight Man-eaters and One Rogue” (1954), “The Dark Panther of Sivanipalli and Different Adventures of the Indian Jungle” (1959) and “Woodlands Extended Ago”.All of these produce exceptional reading.
Kenneth Anderson was a typical English Indian who was born in India (Hyderabad) in 1910, existed in India and finally died in India. There’s no doubt that individuals like Kenneth Anderson loved India. He was a sixth generation English whose ancestors hailed from big gaming. His father was a superintendent at Poona in FCMA and compensated the salaries of military personnel. He was an honorary captain.
Kenneth learned all about guns from his father and soon he developed a passion for crazy life. But Kenneth Anderson never returned to his mother place and spent all his living in Bangalore where he died in 1974. A lot of Englishmen remaining India in 1947 and even John Corbett gone out to Kenya, but Kenneth deserves credit as he stayed on In India after freedom and never considered going back again to Britain and Scotland.
Kenneth Anderson can but be recalled as a huge sport hunter. He loved India and the easy villagers who lived in the south Indian jungles. Frequently these villagers fell feed to man-eating leopards and tigers. Kenneth who loved big sport shopping used the onerous task of eliminating person eaters. Unlike other predators, Kenneth frequently hunted the big cats alone. His formal records are perhaps a tone below these of John Corbett but he did have the ability to shoot 8 person consuming leopards and 7 tigers. Unofficially he may have opportunity a few more and his tally might be about 35 big cats.