Nisargasutra is the very basis of living and co-existence of all the living beings on this planet. This principle is true for the entire biosphere and applicable across every sphere. But time, increasing population and differing needs have played a major role to affect the perfectly balanced natural cycles, thus to face a delicate situation of imbalance within the existing ecosystems. It is an alarming situation that is threatening nature and thereby tilting the scales of natural harmony to endanger all the forms of life. And it needs to be studied with right and positive approach.

Our Team

Mr Shailesh Saraf

(Founder and Bio EntrepreneuR)

It is not my credentials as a Surface Coating Technologist, enabled me to undertake this effort, it was my passion. I am a student of nature and the science behind it. I grew up in cities nestled by the Western Ghats, this 150 million year old wonder(older than Himalayan mountain range) has raised thousands of species over the years against all odd. My goal is to gather the best minds in science and technology to study this ecosystem, and to create a resource that is freely accessible to everyone

Nivedita Joshi

( Filmmaker and photographer)

A filmmaker and photographer. She is fortunate to work with some of the well-known film makers of India on different wildlife films. One of the films called ‘The Tiger Who Crossed The Line’ received the National Award as a best environmental film for which she worked as a Postproduction assistant. She has also made various films and teasers on different topics, collaborating with Biospheres and Forest Department. Her film Kau tye crow got special mention in Kirloskar Vasundhara Film Festival. She explore, discover and conserve nature.

Shivani Waghmare

(Wildlife Researcher)

Graduated in zoology and an Msc (postgraduate) in Environmental Science and Technology. Certified in thesis - research on leopard and human conflict with observing leopards changing habitat and their behaviour. Conducting Research and surveys on ongoing wildlife conflicts and their conditions. Also on tribal communities and their tradition and culture. known concepts about climate change , sustainability, urban area development, and green cities. worked with known organisations and scientists on projects related to biodiversity (field surveys) and eco-tourism at western ghats and Deccan plateau. like to write blogs and articles. Aim to save and protect wildlife.

Viraj Athalye

(Nature explorer and photographer.)

Even though he has a background of Mechanical engineering, his passion and interest brought him in the field of nature and wildlife conservation. He is Ratnagiri based Wildlife & nature explorer and photographer. Being in this field for the last 5 years,he has worked with various NGOs like BNHS, SACON and researchers associated with it.