Revisiting the land of Roar, Trumpet and Song

My first tryst with the forest and wildlife was nine years back (May 2008). It was a family trip to one of the most spectacular places of India – Corbett National Park   Back in those days I used to spend quite a lot of time watching various wildlife shows on TV instead of cartoons … Continue reading Revisiting the land of Roar, Trumpet and Song

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Tadoba, March 2016

The trip to Bandhavgarh National Park in December last year, got me bit by the "Tiger bug". That was obviously because of my first tiger sighting over there. Soon after this trip, I started making plans for another visit to a Tiger Reserve in 2016...and this time it was Tadoba, or as they say, "The real land … Continue reading Tadoba, March 2016

Bandhavgarh, December 2015

Bandhavgarh National Park is one forest that wildlife enthusiasts often look forward to when it comes to seeing and photographing Tigers in the wild. Spreading over an area of 450 sq. kilometers, this pristine deciduous forest is home to a good number of Bengal Tigers and its population density is one of the highest known in … Continue reading Bandhavgarh, December 2015

A trip to the Mangroves

The Sunderban National Park, spreading over an area of 1,330.12 km² is densely covered by Mangrove forests and is the largest of its kind in the world. The forest is also one of the largest reserves of the Bengal Tiger, and here the Tigers are famous  for their man-eating tendencies and their unique characteristic of swimming in … Continue reading A trip to the Mangroves

Kuldiha Wildlife Sanctuary – 2

16th January 2014 - We were getting ready for our trip to Varanasi. I and three of my fellow photographer friends had prearranged this trip since a month ago. It was almost midnight and just when we were done with packing our luggage, we came to know that our train which was about to depart next morning … Continue reading Kuldiha Wildlife Sanctuary – 2

Kuldiha Wildlife Sanctuary – 1

Kuldiha Wildlife Sanctuary spreading across an area of 272.75 square kilometers is situated in the district of Balasore, Odisha. The forests of the region cover the Nato hills and the Sukhupada hills merging with the Similipal National Park. The forest houses a variety of wild animals like Asiatic elephants, Leopards, Spotted Deer, Indian Bison, Malabar Giant Squirrels, Sloth … Continue reading Kuldiha Wildlife Sanctuary – 1