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Photography Tour to India

25-7-2016
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Photography Tour to India

Delhi the nation's capital offers various shades capturing its rich heritage. The Red Fort which is a historical Mughal structure stands out as a world famous monument. While the Red Fort stand first is capturing the photographer's attention, other attractions such as the QutabMinar, the bustling streets and the tasty foods of ChandiChowk, and Jama Masjid the largest mosque in India capable of housing 25,000 devotees, all do their bit to make visiting Delhi a stunning delight. 

 

Agra the city of the Mughals is known for the Taj Mahal, one of the new 7 man-made wonders of the world! The monument constructed as a symbol of love is an eccentric delight with its oriental architecture dating back to the 1600s. Majestic in daylight and when the sun is about to set, annually thousands of travelers throng to Agra to get a glimpse of the monument, making it a perfect place of capturing pictures. Agra is also known for its delicious sweets and savories. 

 

Rajasthan offers a unique experience for all photography enthusiasts, from Bikaner, Udaipur to the ever so famous Jaipur,the state of the Rajputsis marked by its architectural wonders in the form of forts and palaces. The Royal City Palaces of Jaipur and Udaipur, Hawa Mahal, and Jantar Mantar are few projections of the royal demeanor which make Rajasthan a must visit destination. The famous Birla Mandir, built using the finest quality of white marble at Jaipur is also a major attraction!

 

Photography Tour to India

Other attractions for shooting lovers would certainly include the sculptures of Khajuraho which is a group of Hindu and Jain temples in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. These temples mark the great culture imbibed in religion in the form of various sculptures. The precision with respect to construction and depiction leaves many spell bound.

 

Last but not least on the list of aesthetic locations in India fir for photography include the likes of Varanasi often known as Banaras. The temple town is considered to be one the holiest cities of India. The evening aarti (lighting of the holy lamps at the ghats of the river Ganges), narrow streets and historical culture set it apart as a must visit city. It is also often called the spiritual capital of India, with every Indian visiting it atleast once in his lifetime. The Kasi Vishwanath templeis one of the most famous temples in India and is one of the 23,000 different temples here. This certainly means that it is at the heart of all of India's emotion, spirituality and culture making it a perfect spot for photography.

 

In short across the length and breadth of India are places which you'd love to photograph so they remain etched in your memory. The diverse land has millions of shades to offer. It wouldn't be wrong to state that no photography experience is complete without visiting the enchanting land of India and experiencing it first-hand!

 

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