BAM Safari



Tigers in Water

After a successful tour to Pench Tiger Reserve in the state of Madhya Pradesh in India, on 6th June 2016 I landed at the Jaipur airport to continue my safari in Ranthambhore National Park (RNP). This is the park I have visited the most in India for Tiger photography in[…]


Asiatic Wild dogs at Pench Tiger Reserve

During my visits to Ranthambhore National Park in the past few years in India, many friends talked about the Pench Tiger Reserve (PTR) in the State of Maharashtra as a good location with many opportunities to photograph tigers. With this in mind, for the year 2016, I planned my 2nd[…]



My first Safari for the year 2016 was to India for more encounters with the largest big cat in the wild onplanet Earth, the Tiger. The National Park I visited most during the last 15 years in search of this magnificent cat wasthe Ranthambhore National Park (RNP) in the state[…]


Krishna The lady of the lakes 2nd generation

Ranthambhore National Park (RNP) in India is a world renowned sanctuary for tigers, in their natural habitat. After the mysterious disappearance of the female tiger Sundari (also referred to as T17), at the prime age of 7 years in 2013, her sister Krishna (T19) inherited her territory, which falls within[…]

Raj Bagh

The Cubs of Raj Bagh Palace

About Cubs of Raj Bagh Palace Raj Bagh Palace of  Ranthambhore in Rajasthan was built in the 12th century  by the  rulers of Jaipur. In the 19th Century it became a hunting spot of tigers  for the royal family of Jaipur. The tiger hunting was banned in India in 1970.Now[…]


Cats of Ranthambhore

I have been a frequent visitor to  Ranthambhore National Park (RNP) in the State of Rajasthan in India since 2002 when I first photographed the most famous tigress, Machali, icon of India. She is still surviving at the age of 19 years; exceeding the average life span of a wild[…]


The Queen of Ranthambhore

When it comes to the Sri Lankan New Year holidays in April, while most of the nationals, especially the ones in Colombo visit Nuwaraelliya for their vacation; I visited Ranthambore National Park (RNP) in the State of Rajasthan in India together with my wife. We have been doing this for[…]

night girl

Night Girl of Ranthambhore

Machali is now almost 18 years old, and probably the oldest and most photographed tiger alive in the wild. I have a collection of over 2,000 images of her and her cubs. She has raised nine cubs including three female cubs in her fourth litter, which was her last, delivered[…]


The Last Asiatic Lion

The GIR National Park & Sanctuary (GNP) in the State of Gujarat, in India, is known as the last home of the Asiatic Lion which once roamed from the Mediterranean to the Indian subcontinent. According to information available, today the number stands around 400 in the GIR forest, covering an[…]

future generation

Future Generation of Ranthambhore

From the GIR National Park in Gujarat, we travelled to Ranthambhore National Park (RNP) in the State of Rajasthan on the17th March 2012 to continue our Indian Safari. On this visit, we stayed for eight nights that covered 16 Safari Trips. It was my longest stay at Ranthambhore. The main[…]