India packs many things within one geographical boundary: deserts, lakes, snow-capped peaks, festivals, religions and a cultural heritage which goes back more than thousands of years. A traveller’s paradise, India offers spectacular scenes for keen photographers. We’ll just let these pictures do the talking:

1. The Taj Mahal, Agra

The mausoleum dedicated by Shah Jahan to his beloved Mumtaz is known the world over as the symbol of love. Over time, and in many ways, it has become the face of India for most people. A shot of the Taj at sunset explains why.

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2. Stok Kangri, Ladakh

They say you need to climb the mountain if you want to see the view. I say, a view like this deserves a good camera.

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3. Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Islands

In this isolated haven of all that is serene and beautiful, you will discover the good kind of feeling blue. You need not be a great photographer to click a good photo of these islands. Even the most amateur photographs look amazing against the blue!


4. Charminar, Hyderabad

The Charminar in Hyderabad is believed to have been constructed to commemorate the beginning of the second Islamic millennium year and has now become  one of the widely known structures of India. This beautiful shot of Hyderabad city clearly points out its pride.

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5. Nohkalikai waterfalls, Cherrapunji

With a height of 1115 ft, Nohkalikai waterfalls near Cherrapunji is the tallest plunge waterfall in India and offers some of the most beautiful sights.

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6. The Golden Temple, Amritsar

With over a lakh visitors everyday, the Golden Temple is one of the most popular spiritual destinations. The veil of gold, offered by Maharaj Ranjit Singh makes it a unique gurudwara. An illuminated Golden Temple by night proves the saying, ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’ right.

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7.  Marine Drive, Mumbai

Called Queen’s necklace because of its layout, Mumbai’s Marine Drive offers scenic beauty with lip smacking food on the Chowpatty beach. If you visit Mumbai, this is one shot of the city you must capture.

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8. Howrah bridge, Kolkata

Howrah bridge is synonymous with Kolkata and features prominently in Indian art, especially cinema. What one can spot around the bridge is unpredictable.

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9. Pangong Tso, Ladakh

Pangong Tso-the ” long, narrow, enchanted lake”. The deep blue and the surrounding can bewitch anyone into trying to embrace it.

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10. Dal Lake, Kashmir

The jewel of Kashmir’s paradise, Dal lake features prominently in every Indian’s travel plans. The beauty of the valley is accentuated by the presence of the slender shikaras. A reflection of the purple skies makes for a perfect shot.

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11. Thar Desert

Marusthali (the land of the dead) or the Thar desert beckons to all with its timelessness and golden hues.

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12. Amber Palace, Jaipur

Described as poetry carved in stone, Amber palace in Jaipur allures tourists with its charm. The light and sound show in the evenings are a tribute to the rich Rajputana heritage of the region.

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13. Rann of Kutch, Gujarat

The salt marshes in Gujarat- Rann of Kutch falls in the realm of the surreal.  Its unending expanse seems to symbolize time, universe and everything! This beautiful photo is hard to caption, because you’ll always fall short of words.


14. The Dasashwamedh Ghat, Varanasi

The Dasashwamedh Ghat in Benares, the holy city of the Hindus, witnesses a visual extravaganza every evening when the Agni Puja is performed as a dedication to Shiva, Ganga, Sunrya, Agni , and the whole universe.

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15. Ajmer Sharif, Ajmer

The shrine of saint Moinuddin Chisti in Ajmer is considered holy by all. The faith and devotion visible here is overwhelming.


No matter which corner of India one travels to, one can always be sure to find places which excite and cultures which interest. There are images waiting to be clicked everywhere.

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