The latest innovative works of an eminent wildlife lover and ace photographer Kamal Morarka were displayed in a solo show at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai. It was ceremoniously inaugurated by dialogue and script writer Javed Akhtar. The present series incorporate its artistic perceptions about the daily routine life of big cats and their various facets normally observed in deep forests, sanctuaries and national parks all over the world. It meticulously reveals their sentimental attachments with other wild animals, affinity towards their cubs and different actions at various styles which also illustrate different moods of the big cats in many sentimental expressions and their special features such as attacking positions, fight with other animals and other related feelings in relevant arenas. One can certainly get acquainted with the deep involvement of Kamal Morarka with his photographic endeavours and duly highlight the artistic genre and unparalleled talent in him to artistically adorn each creation with the desired visual effects at the strategic arenas in the world. Morarka, the well known industrialist is now engaged in various community and philanthropic activities and in conversation of art, heritage, culture and wildlife. He has been a member of the parliament and a Minister in the Indian Prime Minister’s Office in the Chandra Shekhar Government 1990-1991. He has been the vice president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India for a number of years and is the chairman of the Indian World Trade Centre. He is promoting the restoration of havelis in Shekharwati, Rajasthan and is also promoting organic farming in a big way. As a hobby he has been pursuing wild life photography. He regularly visits National Parks and Sanctuaries in India and has visited South Africa and Kenya for wildlife photography. His interest in wild life photography dates back to 1995 when he first visited the Keoladeo National Park at Bharatpur to see the Siberian Cranes who migrate to India from Siberia. Subsequently he became a keen follower of the Siberian Crane and he made several visits to Bharatpur to capture glimpses of this beautiful bird. Thereafter he visited Nagarhole, Kabini and Ranganthitu. Annual visits to Sariska followed with more visits to Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Pench where he was able to get beautiful pictures of the ever elusive tiger. The passion grew and he ventured to see more wild life in the famous Masai Mara region in Kenya, Kruger National Park in South Africa. Published in Daily Times, February 11th 2019.