Exotic visual tour of Indian marvels | India in Pictures #001

Exotic visual tour of Indian marvels | India in Pictures #001


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1 April 2017

Exotic visual tour of Indian marvels | India in Pictures #001

India is a country where various dynasties have conquered and vanished through the centuries, but the beauty still remains in the form of architecture, food and people themselves!

Cultures, traditions, celebrations and manifolds of landscapes make every corner turn into a new discovery, be it a local or visitor!

Here is a series of visuals by Creative Heads from all over the country.


Sambhar Salt Lake, Rajasthan // ©Bhuvan Gaur


Bara Imambara, Lucknow // ©Gursimran Singh Basra


Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh // ©Rahul Singh Manral


Haji Ali, Mumbai // ©Aparna Soni


Gangaur Ghat, Udaipur, Rajasthan // ©Sakshi Bharwani


Nigam Pratibha Vidyalaya, New Delhi // ©Aman Raj


Shillong, Meghalaya, India // ©Dhiman Jyoti Bayan


Haridwar, Uttarakhand // ©Onusha Dey


Ooty, Tamil Nadu // ©Abhishek Singh


Charminar, Hyderabad // ©Gurnam Jagota



Featuring series of inspiring images by Creative Heads from all over the country as ‘India in Pictures’.


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