Inside visuals of Vantara, Reliance’s animal welfare initiative in Jamnagar

Vantara is a 3,000-acre animal rescue and rehabilitation centre created by Anant Ambani at the Reliance Refinery Complex in Gujarat's

Published on Feb 27, 2024 10:47 AM IST 8 Photos

Reliance Industries and Reliance Foundation on Monday announced the launch of the Vantara (Star of the Forest) programme, an umbrella initiative to focus on the rescue, treatment, care and rehabilitation of injured, abused and threatened animals, both in India and abroad. (HT Photo/Raju Shinde)

Vantara is spread over 3000 acres within the Green Belt of Reliance's Jamnagar Refinery Complex in Gujarat. It aims to be one of the leading contributors to conservation efforts globally. (HT Photo/Raju Shinde)

Vantara has collaborated with leading experts in animal care and welfare to transform a sprawling 3000-acre space into a jungle-like environment. This environment mimics the natural, enriching, lush, and verdant habitat for the rescued species to thrive in. (HT Photo/Raju Shinde)


The Vantara initiative, the first of its kind in India, has been conceptualized and brought to life under the passionate leadership of Anant Ambani, Director on the boards of RIL and Reliance Foundation. (HT Photo/Raju Shinde)

Vantara's focus is on developing top-notch animal conservation and care practices, which encompass cutting-edge healthcare, hospitals, research facilities, and academic centers. (HT Photo/Raju Shinde)