Top Photographic Locations in India!

Shout out to all the professional and amateur Photographers. Is selecting the perfect photographic location for your vacations troubling you? Here is the bucket list of most enticing photographic locations in India that any shutterbug can’t miss to put in his frame. Book your tickets now!


It touches the cloud, it has a sensational landscape, the air has a nip to it, the windows are misty all the time, the birds sing across the Pangong Lake and the silence of the monks at Buddhist monasteries inspires. Best time to photograph: July- September. Spectacularly jagged, arid mountains enfold this magical Buddhist ex-kingdom.



From the palaces of Udaipur to the forts of Jaipur, from the fairs at Jodhpur to the dunes at Jaisalmer, Rajasthan is replete with the vivid colours on the backdrop of brick hue gives the perfect location for photographers. Rajasthan is the jewel in Indias’ crown. From fairy-tale palaces and epic forts to colourful festivals and wildlife encounters, this is India at its vibrant best.



Varanasi with its spiritual and vintage charm gives you some unforgettable photoshoot experience. Uttar Pradesh’s biggest draw gets our attention for its deluge of 80 river Ghats along the River Ganga. Varanasi or Kashi, which has been standing the tests of time for over 5,000 years is said to be one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world. Best spot to take pictures: Manikarnika Ghat



With backwaters, forts, beaches, palm trees, fishermen, hamlets and churches, Kerala never disappoints its tourists from all over the world. The flawless blend of nature’s beauty, Kerala truly justifies why it is called ‘ god’s own country’. Kerala is South India’s most serenely beautiful state. A slender coastal strip is shaped by its layered landscape

Spiti Valley:


The Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain valley located high in the Himalaya mountains in the north-eastern part of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Its a high mountain pass situated on the eastern Kunzum Range. The pass connects the Kullu and Lahaul Valley with the Spiti Valley. It takes you to a fantasy land of stunning snow-capped meadows, breath taking towering peaks and beautiful scenery like never before.



Covering an area of 45,674 km², it is the largest district of India. The Great Rann of Kutch is a seasonal salt marsh located in the Thar Desert in the Kutch District of Gujarat, India and the Sindh province of Pakistan. Kutch, India’s Wild West, is a geographic phenomenon. It derives its name from katchua or kachbo, meaning a tortoise and is surrounded by sea water. Ancient temples, attractive palaces, rugged forts, flamingos, wild asses — you have it all in Kutch.

Hope it helped 🙂

– Debdyuti Dutta

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