MP Santosh takes to photography

Santosh photography

Rama Krishna Sangem

TRS general secretary and Rajya Sabha MP J Santosh Kumar has taken to photography since recently. The young MP known for his passion towards environment and nature is the founder of now famous Green India Challenge (GIC). Not only scores of celebrities and VIPs but also ordinary people have made it a point to plant saplings on some occasions in their life.

Santosh is a member of the parliamentary panel on environment and climate change headed by Congress MP and former environment minister Jairam Ramesh. The panel recently visited Gir National Park, famous for lions. There the photos of majestic lions clicked by Santosh went viral and were appreciated by nature lovers.

Smitten by nature and wildlife, Santosh took to photography and tweeted that henceforth he would post a photo in social media. “Weekly dose of  my photography, sharing one of my favourite photos. Our national bird, pretty peacock,” tweeted he on May 15, Sunday. There will be at least one pic every Sunday, he said.

Currently Santosh is using a Nikon 850 camera. We are sure, this habit of him would inspire many youngsters to take to photography.

Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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