Profile of Dr. Naveen Arora

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Shortly releasing a book on the most beautiful Corbett National Park by a leading international publisher.

Forthcoming photo exhibition in Lucknow will be announced very soon.

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You can purchase high definition photo prints of Wild Life Shoot and Books available on famous online book stores.   ( want to buy... )

05% of the earnings from the sales (photographs/ books) are pledged for the cause of Indian Wildlife.

Famous news daily Times of India has published a calendar on Dr. Arora's Wildlife photos.

Dr. Naveen Arora - Wild Life Conservation

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Dr. Naveen Arora’s interest in wildlife and natural environment is from childhood. Although an academician, researcher and biotechnologist by profession he has a huge  obsession for the wildlife of India and aims to conserve it at any cost. In his own words ‘The love for wildlife and the nature grows each day, minute or second and it is like the best addiction one can have’. This obsession has resulted in a passion for wildlife photography. Although not a professional but the experience over the years and the zeal has led to a collection of some of the most exquisite moments from the wilds. He has ventured around various national parks of India that include – Corbett, Rajaji, Ranthambore, Dudhwa and Bandhavgarh. India. His understanding of the crises, triumphs and remaining challenges regarding wildlife preservation leads him to create social awareness through wildlife photography. His major theme of work is ‘When we take so much from the nature we must return something back’. Working on this theme he vows to return some part of the earnings for the cause of magnificent wildlife of India. In the series he has also authored a book on the beauty and experiences of the wilds from northern India. The book is going to hit the stands very soon.

Dr. Arora is also renowned researcher in the field of Agricultural & Environmental Microbiology and Biotechnology. He has 27 research papers published in the premium International Journals and delivered in 12 national and international conferences around the globe. Being a microbial technologist by profession he has great zeal for the research work in the field of environment and agriculture and the focus is to clean up the ecosystems and develop holistic, sustainable and ecofriendly technologies. The applicability of his research for sustainable and ecofriendly agriculture is recognized by number of scientific bodies. In this field he is striving to make the agriculture system free from harmful chemicals.  His two novel findings have been applied and are under the process of patenting.

Another major focus of research is on evaluation of microbial diversity of the various habitats in northern India. He is working on the assessment of quality of water of river Ganga and ways for its conservation and cleanup.

To accomplish these goals he has received grants from national bodies of Government of India such as Department of Biotechnology, New Delhi, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi, University Grants Commission, New Delhi and Council of Science and Technology, Lucknow.



  • A sustainable wildlife resource base is vital to ensure biodiversity, human health and food security.
  • The world is in the midst of a global environmental crisis. We are loosing species and habitats faster than we are saving them and in Asia the issue is critical.
  • Photography, media and books  have a specific role in revealing this critically important issue. Powerful images that inspire people to act are a catalyst for education, cultural understanding and social action.
  • Being an Academician, Researcher and more as Human it is a moral responsibility to generate wildlife awareness among society.
  • Natural habitats are like national heritage and must be conserved for the future. This includes soil, rivers and other water bodies. Conservation of soil and water itself leads to protection of forests, wildlife and environment as a whole.

Wildlife Conservation - Objectives