His passion for wild life made him a photographer. 11 year old Niramay Upadhyay is a student of MMVM School and is madly in love with wild-life. He has been photographing wild-life since 2014. He is active in the bird-watching field since last 2 years. Niramay can now recognize any local or migratory bird.
Niramay’s first 2-day solo exhibition began in Bagore ki Haveli on Wednesday. Photographs of 35 different species of birds have been exhibited which include migratory birds and photographs of panthers and deer taken during safari in Ranthambhore National Park.
He participated in the bird-watching training programme in 2018 which was organised by the forest department. He was recognized as the youngest trainee in the programme. He has also won the first prize in “My Best Shot Young” photography competition. Niramay is also a part of Young Birder programme of WWF-India. His photographs are being exhibited since last two years in the bird festival.