2014 in twenty pictures

The year 2014 can be summed up for me in twenty pictures. Each one of thees pictures represents a photography trip that I did or a series of safaris that I did in Ranthambhore national park, where we live. Hope 2015 turns out as good for me.

High praises from a man I respect

I just saw this message on Bittu Sahgal’s facebook timeline. He is the editor of India’s only wildlife magazine (Sanctuary), a true conservationists and an inspiration to loads of people like me. Feeling good 🙂 Post by Bittu Sahgal. Read the bear tiger confrontation story here

Too close for comfort

“Gemunu” is a wild tusker was born in 1991, part of an elephant herd based in Yala national park of Sri Lanka. Though his mother was vary of vehicles and visitors to the park, Gemunu was extremely tolerant of them. Male elephants have to leave the herd once they grow up and after Gemunu left…

masai mara migration

Masai Mara

Heading to Masai Mara in a few hours for the migration – One month of bliss More details at – http://baghsafari.com/events/?dblog_id=1

Seasons in Ranthambhore – Summers

Ranthambhore tiger reserve, with its sub-tropical dry climate, has three very well defined seasons – summers, winters and monsoons. Summers start during the end of March and last through the months of April, May and June. During this season the days are very hot and dry, while the nights are warm. During May and June…