Cooling Off in Hot Summer: Pench Tiger

It is a common phenomenon that during hot summer tigers visit nearby waterholes to cool off their body temperature and quench their thrust. Most of the sightings in Indian national parks happen based on these criteria only. After entering the park everybody used to check corresponding waterholes to identify tiger … Read More

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Charismatic Kanha : Landscapes from Summer Trip 2022

It is somehow strange how mobile photography has evolved over the years. Technological advancements along with artificial intelligence made a huge impact on the quality of images that  are producing now a days from mobile. Obviously you cannot compare it with devices that has bigger sensors  ( like DSLR/ Mirrorless etc) … Read More

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Summer trip to Kanha

Yes, this is a delayed post which ideally I should have published 3 months earlier but better late than never. 🙂 Though I truly believe that wildlife is not at all confined only with tigers & other well known species and many things needs to be photographed & perceived that … Read More

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Sunderban’s Tiger on BBC Travel Web publication

It always feels good when your Old images got published in a renowned place. During monsoon 2014, I had an surprising encounter with a Bengal Tiger cub in Sunderbans. Those days the sighing was poor and people consider themselves lucky enough if they spot the almighty of the mangroves.Recently in … Read More

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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

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