TERAI PLAINS OF NORTH INDIA
The Terai Arc Landscape (TAL) is a 800+ km stretch of resplendent grasslands, sal forests & clay swamps spread across India and Nepal. The bio-diverse ecosystem homes some of the key species of the Indian sub-continent starting from the Royal Bengal Tiger, Asian Elephant to even Greater One-horned Rhinos.
The project on Terai Plains of North India strives to document the fauna in three phases. Phase-I (2022) was planned on the outskirts of the famous Corbett Tiger Reserve to document smaller species. Phase-II will focus on larger species such as Elephants & Tiger in this terrain while the concluding Phase-III will focus largely on photographing avifauna. Geographically, all the three phases will be carried out in the Indian state of Uttarakhand.
Details of each phase can be found below along with the photographs made during the particular phase.