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A tail to remember

Monsoon in a tiger reserve has got to be one of the most invigorating experiences, ever. Till recently, there was limited access to tourists and …

Official launch of my book

“This is a beautiful book, and captures the glory of Ranthambore”– Mr Sukhram Bishnoi, Hon’ble Minister for Forest & Environment, Government of Rajasthan I …

Hamir: my first impression

As a fine-art photographer, I had never intended doing this book. All I had wanted to do was to create fine art prints for …

A day with Noor and her cubs

It’s not often that one gets to spend the entire day with one of Ranthambore’s, and possibly the world’s most famous tiger, Noor. The added …

The Rajbagh crossing

We’d heard Arrowhead (T84) had been seen near the ruins of the hunting palace on  Rajbagh lake. Monkeys had been shrieking their alarms all …

A leopards tale

At the time, I described it as a Natgeo moment, the type of stuff I had only seen on National geographic growing up. Obviously …

‘Noor’, new print available

I just finished this image titled ‘Noor’ that i had taken on a recent trip to Ranthambore National Park. Noor is a common Arabic name …