There are many toys scattering here and there in a room but the child has no interest in the toys. His childhood days is lost because of the new Electronic Gazettes. They uses laptop and video games instead of the toys.
The Blackbuck (Antilope cervicapra), a graceful and slender antelope is found in the open forest and semi-desert plains throughout in India. Their heavily uneven, corkscrew-shaped, 18” (approx) horns and beautiful white ringed eyes acknowledged their beauty. Only adult males have the horns. The upper part of the adult males is dark brown while the under part is white.
Usually, this antelope is quite in nature. They are found in herds containing 50 to 100 individuals. They graze during the day, even in hot season. Particularly, they are very active in the morning and evening. Sometimes, they take rest under the trees in hot weather.
The combative behavior is expressed through ‘Head Up’, ‘Chasing at gallop’, ‘Head Down’, ‘Vegetation Thrashing’ and finally ‘Fight’.
The fight of the Blackbucks can be of three different types:
1. Fights between Sub-adult and /or female Black-buck
2. Fights between the non-territorial males
3. Territorial fights between two adult Blackbucks
Here, two male Blackbucks are in territorial fight which is widely related to their survival instinct. This fight leads to the capturing of territories for mating, and reproduction also.
To end with, knowing of the Scientific Classification of Blackbuck is important.
General Name: Blackbuck
Binomial name: Antilope cervicapra
Species: A. cervicapra
KUSTI is the ancient and traditional form of exercise in India, however, due to globalization, this form of exercise is going to extinct, though few people in India still kept it alive. The photo was taken in Kolkata Mullick ghat gain one of the oldest riverside ghats, these 3 people were warming up before starting the kusti.
It was completely foggy in the morning at a big ground in Maidan, Kolkata. There was this boy playing football, small passing lob passes, and juggling. I captured this moment frozen along with the ball in the middle. I was trying to capture the moment like it cannot be captured once again but it would give us an essence of continuance and motion.
This photo was taken in Chilkigarh Kanak Durga temple in West Bengal . This photo has several recognitions from digfferent contests . This was also selected in final lists of global Viewbug Wildlife Contest 2017. This photo has been also published in several magazines.
It was morning in December 2017 at Keoladeo National Park. This Spotted Owlet just going to take a power nap in it's room. I was tried to capture the feelings and emotions of tiredness after whole night workout.
The sun was down . The horizon was tinted with the colors of sundown . The mist just cleared off and the clouds were rising from beneath . At 12000 ft , the winding roads at dusk overseeing the horizon across the rising clouds made the environment really beautiful
In this emotionally charged image, a fervent young devotee stands at the heart of a crowd, their outstretched arm reaching eagerly towards the heavens. He is part of a group of local people gathered in a unified display of faith. Together, they strive to catch prasad, a sacred offering to the gods. Prasad often comprises nourishment, typically food and water, symbolizing the divine's blessings and representing the culmination of a fast. As the young boy and his compatriots strive to grasp this spiritual sustenance, their collective devotion radiates a profound connection between the earthly and the divine, encapsulating the heart and soul of religious belief and ritual, culminating in the breaking of a fast.
He is an old man belonging from a very poor tribal family of West Bengal state. The beard, grown on his face giving a new look to him. Approximately, a 70 years old man but, still working in field just for stay alive in the environment, because nobody of his family still alive. The miracles of his face representing his age and poverty.
The photo was taken in Varanasi,India. I was on a vacation and taking a boat ride in the Ganges with Mr. Rakesh, the boatman. According to Rakesh these migratory seagulls come during winter and stay there for next two or three months. as the temperature started to rise they set their flight towards north again.
This image was taken during the occasion of Budh Purnima where hundreds of Buddhist monks gather to commemorate the Enlightenment of their spiritual leader Gautam Buddha. It is a fantastic sight to behold.
Photograph taken at Monglajodi at late at around 4:30 pm when we were returning towards the land.
We were searching for raptors and we suddenly found a Godwit came flying and stikes anathor Godwit sitting and having his food. There was a fearsome battle and there were blood o ln both the Godwit's body but the stronger stays and the other had to fly away.
An old women, resident of a old age home and lived at Varanashi, is preying her morning chants and offerings her respect to the almighty. Her only wish is the early call from the almighty in the remaining life so that she can achieve the salvation. Her lonely life makes her ignorant to the outer world and he spent her whole day with worship and religious rituals.
Due to heavy rainfall water logged in the street, Kolkata, India. I found a person is enjoying the moment like a child, It was a lucky time for me that I was on the way. He is looking like bathing in the largest bathtub in the world. My street photography.
Traditional Handloom is a near lost art of West Bengal. This lady is weaving thrade throughout her life. Those thrade are use to produce famous Tanth Saree of Phulia, West Bengal.
Now a days Very few families are still in this business. And they struggle to keep the art alive.
"Endless journey" where I represent a straggling life of fisher man who has spend his entire life to catch the fish for maintaining the family and saving few money for future.
he doesn’t care about situation of sea, cyclone tornado all are day to day story of his life, If he stop to catching fish then his family will be suffer too much.
Endless journey is my abstract art photography which I captured on the surface of the beach sand and according to my concept I did my beautification.
It is a blue tailed bee eater. This shot taken on the bank of river damodar in west bengal,India.this bird is a perfect predator for insects.this bird has great eyes to search his pray in the air flying insects.amazing to watch.
This a picture is from west bengal, where variety of sweets have a great demand to the local people. This sweets are generally hand made. Sweet making is a tradition of not only West Bengal but also India.
An Saint is strongly on completion his meditation part endeavour to create a relation with the God Shiva(regarded as great God of India) before performing the Holy bath an Pan-solar retuals as per Hindu customs in India for enhancing his hopes and prosperity.
Two Person was washing clothes beside The Ganga River in Varanasi,UP, India. They were busy to arrange the clothes for drying. Suddenly I got the male legs under the female dress (Red Coloured) and it looked interesting for me.
Single light using a reflector is one of my favorite techniques while clicking in the studio. I tried capturing the mood of the lady so that it could portray a mood where she was lost in herself thinking of something very deeply.
the play of magical light inside mysterious forests.
i clicked this particular photo inside the forests of jim corbett national park in india on a winter morning. i was amazed by the play of magical light through the foliages. so i decided to capture it on my camera. i used a nikon d3100 and nikkor 18-55mm lens to capture this photo.
While walking down the streets of Kolkata, I found these people taking bath in a roadside water source during hot summer. Morning light was beautiful. I started watching them and was waiting for the right moment. I was looking for an unique composition and a finally got this frame.
The ritual that we are about to touch on is called DONDI. It is a ritual of Hindus, performed on the day of Shitala Puja, a Hindu Goddess who is worshiped to protect people against many Hindrance and diseases. On an auspicious hot summer day scores of Hindus after taking a dip in the river Ganga at Kalighat, a renowned holy place in Kolkata, perform this ritual locally (in West Bengal, India) known as ‘Dondi] [This guy is perhaps local guy of concerned venue. His legs, cups, and knees were severely wounded and bleeding ‘been started while I caught this. It’s a “BHAR” an epic Bengali term defines a person he or she has done a procedure where he or she has the ability to make a bridge between the god and himself or herself. Here the boy absorbing the same procedure called “BHAR”.]
Colour or Holi Vagua or Holi is a popular Hindu Spring festival in India. It is held in places associated with the god Krishna: Mathura, Vindavan, Nandgaon and Barsana. These places attract lots of tourists the Holi festival which lasts for a period exceeding 16 days.
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