Western Ghats, never thought off never cared for…now suddenly is the cynosure of our eyes especially after named as one of the UNESCO Heritages. Stretching across the western coast of India from the state of Dry Gujarat until the state of evergreen Kerala. Truly a paradise and a hot spot for one and all including […]Read more "The Kalinga Kingdom"
The queen overlooks her pride….An Asiatic Lioness encountered during my trip in Nov 2011 at the Sasan Gir National Park. Sasan Gir National park is the last and the only abode of the Asiatic lions on the face of this earth. The last count of these mesmerizing wild cats stands at 411.Read more "The Last Lions"
A leopard captured at Kufri, 25 Kms from Shimla. Basking in the morning sunlight after a chilling night with the snow. Called Subhas with love by his caretaker, he exhibited behaviors that one wouldn’t expect from a feline. Subhas not only came close to feel this man’s palms but even purred around displaying his love […]Read more "Give me some Sunshine"
A rare snow leopard, sadly, in captivity at the Kufri zoo near Shimla. Deprived of a partners he waits on for some company. this feline is one of the rarest and very difficult to spot. they can be usually spotted high up in the Himalayan range. A slender body with a really long tail which […]Read more "The Ghost- Caged yet Majestic"
Bandhavgarh national park, often known for the beautiful and majestic striped royal Bengal. Few know it, but a hub to watch flora along side fauna as well. Landscapes that come straight out of a Jurassic park movie, this places is perfect for some landscape photography as well. Probably you might just have the striped beast […]Read more "Panoramia"
The three wise monkeys, sometimes called the three mystic apes, are a pictorial maxim. Together they embody the proverbial principle to “see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil”. Three Wise Monkeys The three monkeys are Mizaru, covering his eyes, who sees no evil; Kikazaru, covering his ears, who hears no evil; and Iwazaru, […]Read more "The Three Wise Monkeys"
Lying right in the middle of the jungle path, this moth just wouldn’t move. Amidst the clatter and crowd of the people around, the moth was just too engrossed in nature. the species yet to be assessed by the IUCN, is the Indian Moon Moth. One of the most beautiful moth species i’ve ever clicked […]Read more "The Indian Moon Moth"