So much can be said about it and the kind of things it brings along, and yet, it is never enough to describe the grand experience that it is. 

But where words fail, photographs speak. And India has some amazing photographers who have given their lives to travel and are now inspiring thousands to do the same. These talented photographers have managed to capture a side of the country that still remains unseen.

So, while you sit behind your computer screen trying to plan that trip that never really happens, let these photos take you on a wonderful little journey:

1. Raphael Martin

The sunrise at Mount Kangchenjunga turns the whole sky a majestic shade of pink. Oh, what I would give to watch this beauty right now!

You can check out his work here.

2. Abhinav Chandel

In Spiti, the night never feels too dark because the sky itself is studded with diamonds.

You can check Abhinav’s work here.

3. Vaibhav Mehta

At the Chittorgarh Fort, you’ll find yourself calming down with all the blue your eyes can see and Vaibhav captures it perfectly. 

You can follow his work here.

4. Anu Jacob

When you go the North-Eastern side of India, you will realise that it is much more than it’s scenic views. It is the culture that’ll impact you the most.

You can follow her work here.

5. Joshi Daniel

The Padar island in Indonesia is so beautiful that it is almost unreal in its charm.

You can follow his work here.

6. Anshul Kumar Akhoury

In Banaras, even the flying birds will make you realise how life just keeps moving.

You can follow his work here.

7. Rufus Reynolds

One of the world’s seven wonders, the Taj Mahal is really a sight to behold, isn’t it?

You can check out more of his work here.

8. Lasya Nadimpally

In Arunachal Pradesh, even the bus journey is breathtaking.

You can follow her work here.

9. Lokesh Dang

Being in the middle of Brahmaputra River on a boat somewhere in Guwahati is the perfect time for some introspection.

You can follow his work here.

10. Navin Vatsa

Even in a vast city like Delhi, there are some places which still remain true to its grand heritage.

You can follow his work here.

11. Jayanta Roy

A boatman returns home on Dal Lake and is busy protecting himself from snowfall. What a capture!

You can follow his work here.

12. Siddhartha Joshi

The Kopeshwar Temple at Kolhapur has cravings so beautiful that’ll make you appreciate our traditional arts so much more.

You can follow his work here.

13. Neelima Vallangi

Imagine opening your eyes to this view in Pithoragarh. This can really fill you up!

You can follow her work here.

14. Lakshmi Sharath

This may look like a photo out of a history book but it is a great shot from the Hercules Temple. Each pillar must have a story of the past that is worth telling.

You can follow her work here.

15. Shivya Nath

Lake Atitlán in Guatemala seems like the perfect spot for a quick dip, doesn’t it?

You can follow her work here.

Looking at the world through someone else’s lens can also be a great journey, no?

Feature image via Abhinav Chandel