Pitch darkness, sporadic food and isolation from the outside world - could such an environment ever support life? It most certainly can, as Shivam Shrotriya's incredible account of caves in Chhatisgarh shows us! I was standing alone near a rock formation
Travelling to the wildlands of Indian wilderness is a moving experience especially if you get to capture in-frame nature at its best. The Stag at Twilight The sun was setting on the meadows of the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve as I was
A chance encounter with the matriarch striped feline and her cubs forms a great tale to tell, as the author recounts her experience at tiger sighting in Pench. Alice in wonderland! That's exactly the feeling I have at being in the forest.
Leopards, early from the pen of Jim Corbett to the current connotation of “man-eating leopard”, have reached a different level of interaction with humans. There are ample reports in which both leopards and humans are usually killing each other when
The concept of portrayal of “living landscapes” through photography is both amazing and awe-inspiring, while narrating the varied tales of wild habitats that make it a haven for its inhabitants. Landscape photography can be more than just a collection of pretty
As part of the World Wetland Day celebrations, we present to you the conservation efforts of a small feline belonging to the wetlands – the Fishing Cat The Fishing Cat February was started last year by the International Fishing Cat Working
A foray into the Bandipur Tiger Reserve yields unforeseen sightings – the big striped cat, as well as the elusive Chousingha. It was a cold morning, and the forest was shrouded in silence in the early morning hours. I was accompanied