Recently I was recalling my very first trip to Kanha national park during a summer vacation. I was a little girl maybe 10 years old. (Kanha National Park, is one of the tiger reserves and the largest national park of Madhya Pradesh state in India.)
During the whole trip spotting a tiger was the biggest task & I still remember when I saw a wild tigress for the first time, she wasn't just crossing the road or standing among the trees & giving a strange look. She was enjoying a bath in a small pool for more than half an hour, sun bathing & grooming herself. She was strong, beautiful & free.
A hundred years ago there were around 100,000 tigers, today as few as 3200 tigers are left in the wild, worldwide. Poachers are still continuing to exterminate the world's remaining Tigers & the sad part is that we are the only predators therefore its in our hand to stop the killing & save tigers in the wild.
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I am a professional photographer based in New-Delhi India, specializing in people and places with a style consisting of colorful and also monochrome imagery. In this blog I share pictures & stories of my travel & everyday life.