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Dudhwa National Park

Endless tracts of moist grasslands occassionaly punctuated with finest example of Sal forests and wetlands, Dudhwa national park is one of the best representations of Terai eco-system of Uttar Pradesh. Inhabiting diverse flora and fauna, National park is home of sizable population of Tigers which led to enlisting it as Tiger reserve. With over 450 species of resident and migratory birds adding to the avian life of the park, Dudhwa is a delight for bird watchers during winters. Wetlands of Dudhwa are bestowed with a number of perennial water sources and include river, lakes, swamps etc.

Siberian Sea Gull in Ganges at Varanasi



Capital city of Uttar Pradesh is full of archaeological wonders and splendid architectures... Some of these buildings are sadly ignored by Government and now on the verge of complete disappearance. Through this gallery I am trying to capture that diminishing beauty of Lucknow's history and I hope Government will take some constructive steps to restore the golden era of Nawabs...

In the middle of the river
                                           In the middle of the river

National Chambal Sanctuary

Located near Bhind district of Madhya Pradesh, National Chambal Sanctuary is an exquisite maze of pristine ravines, hills and sandy beaches around river Chambal. Chambal river and its ravines are home to some of the endangered species such as Gharial Crocodiles, Ganges Dolphin, Red-crowned rood turtle etc.During winters sanctuary becomes a temporary home to migratory birds. Other than elusive flora and fauna, Chambal sanctuary is also blessed with forgotten archeological sites, ruins, relics and ancient temples.

Agra fort is the most important fort of India, The great mughals: Babur, Humayun, Akbar, Jahangir, Shah Jehan and Au