Photographer’s Paradise: 5 Places in India every photographer must visit!

The world is like a full HD movie that is being played in front of you 24*7. Like a plot, it drives you through an emotional roller coaster, and we understand that there are some moments in this journey which are not only special for you, but you want to retain it for eternity. A quintessential for this is your travel plans across this aesthetically blessed nation which mesmerises you of its beauty. So, here is an enumeration of places which is a photographer’s paradise.

1) Rann of Kutch, Gujarat

Don’t believe us? At least believe Big B when he says “Kutch nahi dekha toh kuch nahi dekha”. Rann of Kutch, Gujarat is an endless enchanting beauty whereat one can witness the blues and whites — the contrasting hues of nature. Apart from this, one can capture the history at Dholvira, a stark contrast to white rann i.e Kala Dungar and the local art promoted by the natives.

2) Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Jodhpur, or famously known as the blue city, is the second largest state of Rajasthan. It’s a place which deserves an article to itself when the topic is apropos the places which are considered to be photographer’s paradise in India. The credit of the same goes to its grandeur palaces, magnificent forts like the infamous Mehrangarh Fort, and places like Jaswant thada and Rao Jodha rock park.

3) Humayun’s Tomb, New Delhi

Situated in the eastern part of New Delhi, Humayun’s Tomb, New Delhi is the last beguiling architectural marvel, the construction of which is ascribed to Mughals. What makes this place a photographer’s paradise is its rustic charm exuding heritage from every inch. This place is apposite for ethnic and pre-wedding shoots.

4) South Goa, India

The most apposite adjective to describe South Goa, India, has to be ” Picturesque”, owing to its soul-soothing and exotic beaches like Butterfly Beach, Majorda beach and Palolem beach. Thereafter, it has places like
Cabo De gama, Rachol fort and Codigo wildlife sanctuary which are not only beautiful but also enriching in experience.

5.) Alleppey, Kerala

Famous for its houseboat cruises along with its voyage along the tranquil backwaters of Kerala in the canals and lagoons, Alleppey Kerela is literally the heaven on earth. The other famous attractions over there are the Alappuzha beach and Punnamada Lake’s infamous snake boat race events that take place annually.

How many of these places are the part of your album? Comment down below and share your experiences:)

One Comment Add yours

  1. How about Taj Mahal in Agra? Or fantastic Nubra Valley in Ladakh? And of course the most magic and strange place in whole India, Varanasi? 🙂


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