Devendra Fadnavis attends wildlife exhibition ‘HEARTBEATS’ by Dr. Ramakanta Panda

Deputy CM of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis visited the ‘Heartbeats’ wildlife photography exhibition, by the world’s top heart surgeon and Chairman of the Asian Heart Institute, Dr. Ramakanta Panda. The exhibition, organized by the Asian Wildlife Trust, is currently enchanting audiences at the Jehangir Art Gallery with its display of 130 visually breathtaking wildlife photographs.

Deputy CM of Maharashtra, Devendra Fadnavis said, ”
Only a man who knows how to honour nature, its diversity and its bounty can click such exceptional photographs. We are fortunate to have a person like Dr. Panda, who respects nature and all of humanity in equal measure.”

Photographer and world’s safest cardiac surgeon, Dr. Ramakanta Panda said, “Heartbeats’ is a celebration of the delicate balance that exists in nature and within ourselves.”

The charitable exhibition aims to support the Asian Wildlife Trust’s initiatives and highlights Dr. Panda’s (who shares glimpses of his wildlife photography on @drpandaasianheart), commitment to raising awareness about the importance of wildlife conservation.

The exhibition will be open to art enthusiasts until November 27, providing a unique opportunity to immerse visitors into the beauty of wildlife captured through Dr. Panda’s lens.

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