Aishwarya Sridhar is an Indian wildlife photographer, wildlife presenter, and documentary filmmaker residing in Navi Mumbai. She is the youngest girl to have won the Sanctuary Asia- Young Naturalist Award and the International Camera Fair Award. Aishwarya Sridhar becomes first Indian woman to win Wildlife Photographer of the Year award.
Aishwarya Sridhar’s career
Her love for photography started when she was 13. From an early age, Aishwarya started trekking in the jungles of Ratnagiri in Maharashtra. Her debut documentary ‘Panje-The Last Wetland’ was telecast on DD National in 2018. Her works have been featured in BBC Wildlife, The Guardian, Sanctuary Asia, Saevus, Hindustan Times, Mumbai Mirror, Digital Camera, Mathrubhumi and Mongabay.
Unknown Facts About Aishwarya Sridhar
- She has also made a feature film on a wild Bengal Tigress named Maya titled ‘The Queen of Taru’ which received the Best Amateur Film Award at the 9th Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF), New York City.
- She is also a member of the State Wetland Identification Committee appointed by the Bombay High Court.
- Aishwarya is also actively involved in environmental conservation.
- She has received numerous awards for her contribution towards nature including the ‘Diana Award’ and ‘Woman Icon India Award’ from the Governor of Tamil Nadu.
- She was a student of The Dr. Pillai Global Academy and was the world topper in Business Studies paper in Cambridge International Examinations in 2013.
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Aishwarya Sridhar Biography
|Real Name||Aishwarya Sridhar|
|Profession||Indian wildlife photographer|
|Date of Birth||12 January 1997|
|Father Name||Sridhar Ranganathan|
|Mother Name||Rani Sridhar|
|Height||Yet to be updated|
|Weight||Yet to be updated|
|Zodiac Sign / Sun Sign||Not known|
|Educational Qualification||Bachelor of Mass Media|
|Hobbies||photography, writing, reading|
|Boyfriend Name||Yet to be updated|
|Current City||Navi Mumbai, India|