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DPC announces next Phototrip to Ranthambore 28th & 29th May

DPC Ranthambore-National-Park-98080

Rejoice Photography Lovers!! Continuing the series of looking hot with camera this summer.  Let’s meet the tiger and share some memories .We are going for a photo capture trip to Tiger land of Ranthambore

This is going to be a 2 day/ 2 night (stay in Ranthambore) wildlife photocapture trip to take some breathtaking photos, learn photography from peers, and be your creative self 24×7 leaving office and work behind!

About Ranthambore

Ranthambore National Park is in Sawai Madhopur District of Rajasthan state. Located at the junction of the Aravalli and Vindhya hill range, this is one of the finest places to view animals, especially as they are used to being stared at here.The park covers an area of Approximately 400 sq Km and if combined it with the area of sawai man singh sanctuary area,it is around 500 Sq km.

Ranthambore national park was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1957 and in 1974 it gained the protection of “Project Tiger”. It got it’s status of a National Park in 1981.

Ranthambore National Park is dotted with structures that remind you of bygone eras.There are many water bodies located all over the park, which provide perfect relief during the extremely hot summer months for the forest inhabitants. A huge fort, after which the park is named, towers over the park atop a hill. There are many ruins of bygone eras scattered all over the jungle, which give it a unique, wonderful and mixed flavour of nature, history and wildlife.Tigers at Ranthambore National park have been known to even hunt in full view of human visitors. These tigers are famous for being seen in the daytime too, due to their lack of fear of human presence in vehicles. This lack of fear of humans is excellent for tourists, as they get to see the tigers often.

This National park is a wildlife enthusiast and photographer’s dream. It offers excellent accommodation and internal transportation facilities. The park remains open every year from October to May.Famous for the exciting and frequent tiger sightings captured dramatically in several books, this park is today affected by ecological pressures and poaching.

In Nutshell, Ranthambore National park is a wildlife enthusiast and photographer’s dream. It offers excellent accommodation and internal transportation facilities and remains open every year from October to Mid June.

 

Zones Territory Of Tiger’s In Each Zone
Zone 1 Sultan ( T-72 ), Noor (T-39) with Two Cubs Ustad (T-24)
Zone 2 Krishna (T-19) with Three Cubs,Gayatri (T-22), Ustad (T-24), Noon (T-39) with Two Cubs Sultan (T-72), Jhumru (T-20)
Zone 3 Star Male (T-28), Krishna (T-19), Three Cubs of Krishna (T-19)
Zone 4 Machli (T-16) ,Bhola/Dollar Male (T-25), Krisha (T-19) with Three Cubs,Star Male (T-28), Romeo (T-6), Mr. Bond (T-47), Laila (T-41) with one cub
Zone 5 Romeo (T-6), Two Cubs of Sunehari (T-17), Bhola/Dollar Male (T-25), Bhadur (T-3), Laila (T-41) with one cub
Zone 6  Kumbha (T-34), Sultan (T-72), Noor (T-39) with Two Cubs
Zone 7 Ladli (T-8) With Two Cub, Kumbha (T-34)
Zone 8 Ladli (T-8) With Two Cub, Kumbha (T-34)
Zone 9 Fateh (T-42)
Zone 10 Zone 10- T-42(Fateh, Male Tiger), T-13(Old Sultanpur Female) & her three 6 months old Cubs

 

 

Young Minds Photography workshop at Jaipur

Hey folks, here are few photos from the amazing kids photography workshop at jaipur . The kids were super creative , super enthusiastic and quick learners.  The workshop was a 2-days capsule workshop to kick start photography and kids learned hand-on.

If you also want to host some workshop like this you can also reach us and we will be happy to organize them.

 

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DPC Photobus to Ujjain ( Simhistha 2016)

ujjain

 

Rejoice Photography Lovers!! A once in a lifetime experience in store for all you shutterbugs out there!

We are going for a photo capture trip to Ujjain- Kumbh Mela, a place full of unique people, faces, locations providing photo-opportunities in abundance!

This is going to be a 3 day/ 4 night(stay in Ujjain) photocapture trip to take some breathtaking photos, learn photography from peers, and be your creative self 24×7 leaving office and work behind!

Fee (per person): rs 9600/- and rs.9200/- for members (including registration fee). Fee includes travel & group transfers, stay & meals.

About Ujjain:

The city of lord Mahakal, Ujjain, is known by several names in Vedas and Puranas. The word ‘Avanti’ has repeatedly surfaced in the verses of Vedas. Another name Ujjayini has emerged in the sutra  “Striyamwanti Kurubhyashcha” of great scholar Panini. The city was named after King Kartavirya Arjun’s son Avanti which was later called as Avantika, Avantipuri, Avanti Nagri or Avantikapuri. The city was even called as Vishala due to its large area and Padmavati due to its grand places and prosperity.

In ancient times, the city had several names including Padmavati, Swarnashringa, Kushashthali, Avantika, Amravati and Churamani. It was also called ’Kanakshringa’ due to the golden designs on its structures. It was named as ‘Kumudvati’ because flowers were found in abundance here. The city was called as ‘Pratikalpa’ as it was ruined and settled frequently.

According to the Brahmapuran, Ujjayini was described as one of the most significant city of the world. Equipped with all kinds of joys, it was called as ‘Bhogavati’ while the city was also known as ‘Hiranyavati’ due to the prosperity.

The city was called as ‘Vikrampuri’ as it was the capital of king Vikramaditya, the founder of Vikram Samvat calendar while it was named Mahakalpuri or Shivpuri as world’s famous Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga is situated here. The city has been named as Avanti in the epics like Vedas, Valmiki Ramayan and Mahabharat. The most popular name ‘Ujjayini’ is still in use with a slight modification as Ujjain.

The city was prosperous due to its richness of gardens. In ‘Prakrit’ language, garden is called ‘Ujjain’ and thus the city was titled Ujjayini which was later named as Ujjain.

 

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DPC Photowalk to Anandgram 01st may 2016

DPC anandgram photowalk

Hey Happy Summers , Look hot with your camera this summer

Here is brand new place for next Heritage Photowalk : Anandgram

It’s one of those times when we’ve got to stop and say out loud – where on earth did all this space come from? Find your way to Pillar 162 of the Metro on MG Road, and look around for a simple door sign for Anandgram. Sanskriti Foundation, at the far end of Anandgram, was built to cultivate and preserve arts and handicrafts {in a huge ass area too}. You’ll find exhibit rooms that make up museums, and artist residences that are critical in providing artisans an environment conducive for practicing their craft.

Have a look at peoples favourite the Museum of Everyday Objects, which celebrates overlooked innovations in design, before product design even came into its own.

There are state museums and they will be good oppurtunity to click.

Where: Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road, Anand Gram, Ghitorni {Soon after Pillar 162, towards Delhi}

Nearest Metro Station: MG Road

To register for the walk go to dpc website and block a seat for youwww.delhiphotographyclub.com/register