May 25, 2015

The Queen of Ranthambore

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May 25, 2015
The Queen of Ranthambore

Species: Tiger | Location: Ranthambore National Park, India

After a two-day absence, the Queen of Ranthambore forests appears and heads straight towards the spot where she left her cubs. This tigress, named 'Krishna,' had lured a male tiger who had come too close to the cubs to a far away place.

About The Photographer

Ranjan Ramchandani is a Singapore based published photographer/author focusing primarily on still, landscape and wildlife photography Born on June 1st 1964, Ranjan had a natural flair for photography since childhood, studied it in school, followed by self-learning and workshops over the last decade. He has graduated in the complete course of professional photography; from the New York Institute of Photography. To Ranjan photography is an art, a true medium of self-expression. After his visits to Ladakh in northern India in 2008 and 2009, he was inspired to do his first coffee table book, “Swades; Ladakh: The Land of Splendour”, published by Knowledge World Publishers, in September 2010, to showcase the beauty of the region, but also to raise funds to rebuild it after it was hit by landslides. Ranjan has since been regularly published in various magazines in the U.S.( Outdoor Photographer) and India (BanyoPran, Sanctuary Asia and Green Leaf.) More recently Ranjan has honed his skills further through his love for wildlife, doing photography expeditions around the globe at major wildlife destinations in Africa, India and Sri Lanka.
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