A quick monsoon trip to the Queen of Hills

I really don’t know how many times I have been to this place from childhood but every time I visited there I feel the same exquisite experience of Himalayan mountains just like my multiple previous visits. Whatever may be the season, Darjeeling, the Queen of Hills of Himalaya will never … Read More

Monsoon in Mangroves

Though I am not a frequent visitor to this place but ignoring the dramatic sky of Sunderbans during monsoon seems to be difficult job when you are located in a close proximity of this location during the rainy seasons. Sunderbans national park, the largest mangrove ecosystem with complex network of … Read More

Publication in Portugal

Happy to share that three images of mine has been published in Portugal for a book called “Encanto de Fotografa e Cinegrafia de Natureza 2017” which is broadcasted in association with the “Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro – UTAD” university and Municipality of Vila Real City in Portugal.150 plus … Read More

Stock Images

Launched a new section of my website called “STOCK“. Sometimes I have been asked by the publishers, photo buyers and other photo enthusiastic friends about images for any particular species or images from any particular location. It is not always feasible to drilled down the old hard disk, locate and … Read More

Land of Leopards

Till now, I have seen Leopards only inside the Indian national parks sitting inside the safari vehicle. But this time the experience was little different. A remote place in Rajasthan called Bera located at 110 km from Udaipur is not only holding a good number of wild leopards but also … Read More

Prey Protection

Over the last few weeks, I made two consecutive trips ( having few days of gap in between) to the two most renowned Tiger parks of India. One is Jim Corbett national park in Uttarakhand and the other one is Tadoba Andhari Tiger reserve in Maharashtra,central India.   As usual … Read More

The jackfruit eater – Lion-Tailed Macaque

Out of all the macaque species found in the world, Lion Tailed Macaque (Macaca silenus) – is the smallest and most endangered species. They are endemic to the western ghats of India and the evergreen rain forest is the ideal habitat for them. In the monsoon of 2014, I made a … Read More

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