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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016 winners revealed

Winner of the urban category was Nayan Khanolkar, who captured a solitary leopard slinking down an alleyway in a suburb of Mumbai bordering Sanjay Gandhi national park, where the Warli tribe has learned to co-exist with the nocturnal big cats

from the Guardian

2016 wildlife photographer of the year - winners in pictures

The alley cat, Nayan Khanolkar, IndiaWinner, urban categoryAt night, in a suburb of Mumbai bordering Sanjay Gandhi national park, leopards slip through the maze of alleys, looking for food. Despite close encounters and occasional attacks, the cats are an accepted part of the Warli people’s lives and culture. Nayan was determined to use his pictures to show how things can be different with tolerance and planning. Positioning his flashes to mimic the alley’s lighting and his camera so that a…

from the Guardian

The week in wildlife – in pictures

A boy offers food to deer at the Sanjay Gandhi national park on the eve of World Wildlife Day in Mumbai, India

from The Culture Trip

Things To Know About Sanjay Gandhi National Park

We bring you a list of interesting facts about Mumbai’s Sanjay Gandhi National Park.

Rock-cut stair leading to the Kanheri caves. The Kanheri Caves are a group of rock-cut monuments, located north of Borivali on the western outskirts of Mumbai, India, deep within the green forests of the 'Sanjay Gandhi National Park'. It is 6 km from the National Park Main Gate & 7 km from Borivali Station. Tourists can go in after 7.30 a.m. Kanheri Caves are signs of Buddhist influence on art and culture in India. They were chiseled out of a massive basaltic rock outcropping.


The hitchhiker at Sanjay Gandhi National Park