This book is about the life of a tigress who fought bravely against the human race for taking revenge against the death of her mate, even though the reason for the death of her mate was something else. The poor tigress didn't know that by killing a human being she would have to endure the ire of a whole village of people. She was met with a miserable death. By killing human beings one after the other, she had begun unknowingly to build a reputation of an ogre for herself, which ultimately cost her life. This is a lesson for human beings also not to judge any animal by its behavior on a few occasions, but to judge it by knowing well the reasons for its behavior as well. The tigress here was never a man eater, but killed a few human beings on occasion just out of fear and anger. Such animals should not be mistaken for a habitual man eater.
I dedicate this story to Mr, Kenneth Anderson, who is my role model for writing these kind of stories. This is also an effort to convey the people that tigers are the animals that we need to conserve for our own benefit.