When it comes to traveling, a very important component of packing is taking a good quality camera. We get the entire living-in-the-moment debate and the wanderlust in you that is more concerned about traveling than clicking pictures and ruining the vibe. However, we believe that something that can’t be relived is not a memory but a moment. The only way to relive a moment is to capture it! Having cleared our stance, and the importance of photographs in a trip, let us take you through some of the most colourful streets in India where you will get your best pictures clicked!
Lodhi Garden, Delhi
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Located in the heart of Delhi, the walls here are covered with beautiful graffiti. The monument here was built in the reign of Sikandar Lodi. unlike any other historical monument, if you walk across the streets of this one you will be taken aback by the beauty of the painted walls. There are abstract shapes drawn on the walls, painted with vibrant colours and this is what has made this place a famous tourist attraction. Not only do tourists come here for its historical relevance but also to click brights and lovely photographs.
French Colony, Pondicherry
If you have never visited Pondicherry and have no idea how it looks, imagine the toy town of Noddy has come to life. That is exactly how colourful and adorable this town is. If you walk on the streets of Pondicherry you will definitely come across random painters and graffiti artists creating art on the walls. If we were to narrow it down for you, then French Colony is ideal for pictures. The vibrant colours of the walls, beautifully constructed buildings and cute paintings. Whenever anyone goes to Pondicherry, you would have definitely seen their pictures in front of bright yellow and grey walls! Apart from this, even on Rock beach, there are quite a lot of graffitis!
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Bangalore as a city is known around the world as an IT hub where people only have one thing in their mind, startups! However, if you have ever walked through the streets of Malleshwaram you would know how entertaining it is for the pedestrians. It is nothing short of a ride through the splashes of colours. Even if you do not understand the semiotics behind the paintings on the wall, it sure is one of the best spots in Bangalore(read about this unique cafe in bangalore) to get your pictures clicked!
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Known as the Latin Quarters of Goa, Fontainhas is located in Panjim. It is one of the oldest Latin quarters in Goa and boasts some of the best architecture and most colourful buildings. The history of this place goes back to the 1800s when the headquarters of the Portuguese government had been shifted to Panjim resultant of an epidemic outbreak in Old Goa. That is when this entire colony had been transformed into a residential area with picturesque buildings. Due to its beauty and culture, in the year 1984, Fontainhas was recognised as a Heritage Zone by UNESCO. Booking tickets to Goa already?
Blue City, Jodhpur
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Nothing even close to the concept of Monday Blues, these streets are more vibrant than anything blue can ever be! While the Jaipur is very famous with the name of ‘Pink City’, (read more on Jaipur)it is time you widen your knowledge and experience the colours of the old parts of Jodhpur! This part has narrow lanes that are lined up with houses that are all painted in the colour blue. The best part of these lanes is that none of the blue colours seem faded or old, they are all bright and dazzling! Perfect for the gram don’t you think?
We hope you have a fair idea of where you are heading next to get the best pictures for your travel blogs! For more such content, stay tuned to Her Zindagi!