I’m Abhikram Shekhawat a student of 12th Standard in JPIS (Jayshree Periwal International School), Jaipur. A 17-year-old wildlife photographer/enthusiast and President of Photography Club of JPIS based in Jaipur.
I’ve been tracking Big cats since an early age of 4. My fondness for wildlife and nature started in Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve and eventually, it turned into a passion for nature photography back in 2016-when I was lucky enough to grab a camera and explore the wilderness in the outskirts of Jaipur.
India is one of the most diverse countries in terms of wildlife. It has about 410 species of
mammals and around 1300 species of birds! It is quite impressive. Even with so many
species roaming wild in the massive wild Indian landscape, there is only one animal that can
undoubtedly be considered as the King of Indian jungles, The Royal Bengal Tiger.
In this everchanging world, which is highly influenced by the actions of humans, it’s the
natural world that takes a hit. Not long back, forests and the natural cover were abundant
on earth’s surface, but now everything has changed, and this change is propelled in a