This year in late February, I visited Manas and Kaziranga National Park of Assam - both of these places were in my wishlist since a long time. The first day of the trip was at Manas. One full-day safari in this forest gave us some really good sightings of Asiatic Elephants, Wild Water Buffaloes, Barking deer, … Continue reading Wildlings of Assam!
Dooars are the floodplains and foothills of the eastern Himalayas in North-East India. The name of this region has been derived from the word "Duar" which means "door" and it serves as a gateway to Bhutan from India. In West Bengal, the region of Dooars falls in the district of Jalpaiguri, Alipurduar and Cooch Behar.Most of this … Continue reading Wilderness of West Bengal – Dooars
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 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
Central Park (Kolkata) situated at Bidhannagar is the second largest open space of kolkata after maidan. Kolkata is one such city that houses a good variety of birds even after being one of the most busiest cities of India, and this place is the perfect example to it ! Here are some pictures from my last … Continue reading Birds of Central Park (Salt lake, Kolkata)
These photos were taken during my recent visit to the Santragachi Jheel (Howrah, West Bengal). During the months of November-March, the lake gets filled with thousands of these winter visitors.
The East Kolkata Wetlands (EKW) comprise a large number of water bodies located in the districts of 24 Parganas North & South. It is situated between 22°25' to 22°40' N and 88°20' to 88°35' E and adjacent to the eastern part of Kolkata bordering the Salt Lake township on the one hand and the upcoming … Continue reading East Kolkata Wetlands