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India, April 27 -- Mowgli. That is what our school friends called us. During our holidays while they went to hill stations, we were busy visiting National Parks and wildlife sanctuaries where we spent time observing elephants and tigers," recalls Ajay Bedi, one half of the twins along with Vijay who together happen to be third generation of wildlife photographers in the country. Their father, Naresh Bedi, was the first Indian film maker to win the Green Oscars award (1984) and their grandfather Dr Ramesh Bedi famously photographed a python swallowing a jackal in 1937, setting the family on course of the profession that the coming generations would follow.
But the twins do not rest on the laurels of the family but rather wear the mantle l...
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