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IN Photography ON 26 Oct, 2016
These photographs have a magic in them. They attempt to capture the magic of Hindustan. in its soil. India extends from starry white sand of Rann of Kachh in the west, to the vast tea estates of Assam in the east, from captivating Gulmarg in the north to the backwaters of Kerala in the south.
After watching these you will surely tune in to "Mera Bharat Mahaan". You will cancel your trip to overseas and may be take to the roads of the country on a road trip, to re-discover the land of elixir! In between all the urbanization happening around us, this article will be the solace you long longed for!
As you will approach towards the end of this post, you will discover that India still dwells in "Unity in Diversity". Catch images of Indians enjoying the culture of India here.
Can anyone guess which place is this? A treat to the eyes. the intermingling of the clouds with the mountains is so serene. I just can shift my gaze from this photograph.
With famous priestly festivals such as Kumbh ka Mela and Simhasth, India is home to the greatest saints of the world. Credit goes to Sayedwasi Haider for this click.
Looking at this, even the train may get confused as to which track to follow! Huh, this is Mumbai in front, as well as in backdrop. Catch how the mayanagri, Mumbai has changed over the years here.
Holi is the festival that raises us above differences to celebrate together. The joy and thrill of this vivid event has been beautifully snapped.
Is here. Kindness has been woven into this click. It is the reflection of the thought that love has no definition, it is not bound to specific species. Humanity is full of emotions, for everyone. A candid capture.
The ripples that the boat rower is creating in the waters of Dal Lake are the same as those created in our hearts as we see this epic photograph.
Such delicateness and details in every idol we see comes from the hands of the artists from our beautiful villages. I cannot take my eyes off this exquisitely detailed carving on the Ganesh idol. For our knowledge, these people work with this plaster of paris powder which causes immense cuts in their hands due to its dry texture.
What? Is this place in the bustling city of Mumbai? Yes. It is a mediation hall in the north-west of the city. Superb angle of capture, I must say.
A road trip to Leh and Ladakh. Road trip teach us a lot about life. Can't wait to pack my bags and hit the roads of Leh.
Varanasi. Yes, you will be amazed when I say YES. This photograph is from Malviya Bridge, Rajghat, in Varanasi. But where are all the priests who bathe there? The hues of blue are holding my breath. Gosh, it's spectacular. These stills are actually pumping my wanderlust now.
Remember the snoring sounds of the scooters and how we used to hang behind our grandfather for an evening round of the city? Many of the buildings in Jodhpur are painted blue. This picture aptly says that streets of India are indeed beautiful. All they need is some cleaning!
is this turban, which is a symbol of the aesthetic culture of India. From tying it to carrying it, is an art to be proud of. It emphasizes on the ethnic diversity of the nation. the broad smile on the man's face is a symbol of ecstasy he is feeling while wearing the turban, which we refer to as "safa", with love.
Scintillating. The majestically glowing Mysore palace has been captured beautifully.
Looking at the clarity of the picture, you can even try to locate your home here.
Where mumbai dwells.
It's majestic. Being an Indian one should visit this masterpiece at least once. It resides on the Arabian Sea.
The blue fishing nets look so beautiful against the cloudy sky.
One of the most beautiful places in India and the road to Rohtang is like a roller coaster. The trailblazer roads on the mountains are stupendous.*Wow*
Have you ever seen round boats? And riding and rowing these boats is also a tough task. This amazing photo is taken right from the top.
What a lovely picture! This photo tells us that happiness resides in us. We just have to let it out, so that the world also experiences it with us.
Such are the kids of our country, fearless! It seems as if the long snake is one of his siblings. He is so damn comfortable with it.*Awe*
And the particular sound of their engines as they speed on streets of India. They are of their signature colors- green and yellow, so that they can be easily spotted.
Yes, with pride. This is our Rashtrapati Bhawan. Thanks to Suhail Suri for this click.
It is a war memorial for the Indian Army, from the first World war.
This is a picture from Ludhiana. The bustling farms against tall trees look so good together. Amazing capture dude!
Credits to Streets of India #_soi for such an amazing compilation of Photographs. Superb!