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Room without walls

Ancient law of life

It all was a dream,

It all was a fake

Lose my mind and find my soul

Pit of Innocence

Infinite thoughts, finite memories

Together in silence

Will never see their mom again

Quietness beyond belief

Silenced by human greed

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Healthy bath

King on his prowl

Does the road know, where its going

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Quenching thirst

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Spotted visitor on her way to Africa

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Nature and Wildlife Photography

Wildlife and Conservation

A wildfire of activists cannot change the world, not unless each of us realise the importance of our forest and its beings. For me, it's more than just an obligation, a commitment to save my planet. For the lovers of the wild, the devastating rate of destruction is...

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Post Processing

Here's the truth : the Johnnie beside you might have a better camera, a better angle, better technique as a photographer, but unless he learns to present a picture in his own signature, unique way, he can never be extraordinary. Bad technique will never help you, but...

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Photography Workshop

Skills are acquired. While many of us could perhaps afford a high end camera in a moment's thought, the expertise needed to wield it can take years to master. Mere possession of an article can never make you it's connoisseur. Photography, much like any other art,...

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Anthology of Experiences

Nature is a treasure chest of learning and experiences

Kanha and Workers Society

Kanha and Workers Society

It is a great privilege to announce that I would be part of a noble initiative, where I'm the Photography Mentor for a campaign which involves a "Field Photography Workshop" in Kanha. This campaign is hosted by Kanha Worker's society (KWS) in association with Nikon...

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Human greed, orphaned cubs

Human greed, orphaned cubs

T35 (Jr Kankati, and mother of these cubs) is missing from Bandhavgarh and was last seen on 4th October. It is said that she is no more as she fell prey to poachers as the forest department has found an old carcass without the skull, skin or claws. The three orphaned cubs are put in an enclosure around the same area.

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Sourish’s Experience

Click here to read the story of a business man and foodie who goes in the jungle only to find some new rules by his tour leader – Breakfast only after we see a Tiger and no lunch if we are with one. It was fun end of the day as the sightings were great with fantastic experience and learning. In total we saw 12 tigers and spent some quality time with Noor & family.

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Timeless Bandhavgarh

If there is any yardstick that can measure the beauty of Mother Earth’s best creation, this place ranks very high. A dream destination, Bandhavgarh is the one of the world’s last strongholds of tigers- Tiger density is very high here, second only to Kaziranga and sightings are also frequent making it a popular terminus for tiger lovers.

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Salt of Faith

The air quivered with the heat coming off from the land. Kutch was getting baked by the sweltering sun as I lay motionless hoping to catch a glimpse of the animal I was waiting for so long. My shirt draped with the dessert dust and elbows scratched from the harshness of the land made the wait a painful affair, and then, suddenly two ears popped out of the ground.

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Sojourns to the wild

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Kaziranga, February2018

Kaziranga National Park Assam February 2018     The only place in India to get big five and scores of other unique wildlife are the flood plains of Assam. The park is submerged under water overflowing from the mighty Bramhaputra for over five months. The...

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Bandhavgarh January2018

Madhya Pradesh   February 2018   I have been to most Tiger reserves in India and have quite a few as my favorites and I love them for some reason or the other. But if were put on spot to choose and stick only one out - It would be un-doubtedly Bandhavgarh...

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Chopta January2018

Chopta, Uttarakhand January 2018 Chopta is an unspoiled natural destination lying in the lap of the Himalayas and offers views of the imposing Himalayan range including Trishul, Nanda Devi, and Chaukhamba It is located at an elevation of 2,680 metres (8,790 ft) above...

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Corbett December2017

The first park I ever visited in my childhood and school days was Corbett and been hooked on since then. The vast landscapes, lovely terrain and the abundance of wildlife this park offers is unparalleled to any. Leading a group of 12 Wildlife photographers for this...

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Sundarbans November2017

One trip in a year cannot do justice to this majestic place of the mangroves and the complex tidal waterways.  It is a lifetime experience to understand the high and low tides making every safari a different experience and full of learning. Getting a glimpse of the...

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Ranthambore November2017

After a successful trip in October, I'm all set to lead a new team of photographers and wildlife enthusiats for the second time to Ranthambore. I will be under pressure as we saw 12 Tigers in previous trip and expectations are soaring high. Images and videos from the...

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About Sandeep

Welcome to Sandeep’s world of the untamed.  A storyteller, Sandeep has chosen his camera to convey the beauty of nature. Documenting India’s wildlife for decades, Sandeep treasure chest contains unparalleled moments from the wild.

Migrating from a senior rank of one of the world’s largest corporate, Sandeep today follows his passion uninhibited. Sandeep’s work has been published widely as he holds credit to some of the finest accolades in the genre of wildlife and nature photography. This website is a window to the secret wonders of nature that Sandeep has carefully crafted over the years. Today, One of the most experienced wildlife photographers of India, Sandeep has dedicated his life where he truly belongs – Into The Wild.

Being a mentor and business leader in his past, he has crafted the art of teaching and sharing knowledge on photography and post processing comes very natural to him. He makes sure his student’s skill go up a few levels when they spend time with him and this is what makes his methods unique and also very simple for the participants to understand. He is taken photography and post processing sessions to big corporates, institutes, various groups and seasoned individuals.

His students have gone back with lots of learning and new skills. They are seeing their images in a new light and started believing in their own journey of being a successful wildlife story teller through their clicks.

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