Colors of India (Part 1)

Tulip Garden in Srinagar

I found so many colors! When I look through photos on my phone and laptop, the most colorful and vibrant ones appear to be from India. So, it only seems right and fair to share some favorite captures from my visits to India.

Featured above is a great colorful photo (also currently my phone wallpaper) taken during springtime at the Tulip Garden in Srinagar when the flowers were in full bloom.

Although most pictures are filled with plenty of colors, there are many in which a particular hue stands out. Okay, let’s have some fun with this!

Shall we start with a color that is clean and pure? White it is! I don’t think any introduction is needed to the first picture. The Taj Mahal has got to be one of the most beautiful white structures ever. The next was taken on a plane while flying over Kashmir. And more white in the form of snow – snow in Ladakh and snow in Kashmir.

The Taj MahalClouds and snow-capped mountainsLadakh snowGulmarg Snow, Kashmir

Hello yellow – traditional and aromatic Kashmiri Kahwa tea, yellow tulips in neat lines at the Tulip Garden, a Shikara on Dal Lake in Srinagar and a typical auto-rickshaw on the manic streets of Delhi.

Kahwa Tea Yellow Tulips Shikara Auto-rickshaw

Orange – tempting sweets being made diligently by a vendor on the roadside, a Chinar tree shining bright in the sunlight and an exquisite sunset. Next to that another stunning pink sunset.

Sweets stall Chinar Tree Orange skiesPink skies

I also saw some unique looking flowers in violet at the Chesmha Shahi Mughal garden in Srinagar. Next to it, Buddha statues, chandeliers and pretty purple lights – decor of the famous B-Bar in Delhi. Talk about contrast right?

Unique flowers B-Bar Delhi

As I was halfway through this post, I realized that there were too many photos and colors to fit in one. So, there will be a second part coming up soon. Stay tuned…

And I part with another colorful photo – The Haji Ali Mosque in Mumbai.

Haji Ali Mosque

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Comments: 14

  1. Gaurav Bhan Bhatnagar Jun 20 at 4:13 am Reply

    You have shown so many colors in one post. I have never noticed them myself :)

    • Nita Jun 20 at 5:15 pm Reply

      Thank you Gaurav! :)

  2. JoAnna Jul 7 at 3:01 am Reply

    Beautiful! Looking forward to parts II, III and…more perhaps? :-)

  3. This is beautiful! India has been high on my list of places to visit for as long as I can remember. It’s the only one of my top three that I have yet to visit. I’m hoping I can make the dream a reality in the coming months. :)

    • Nita Sep 2 at 9:42 pm Reply

      Thanks Erin! I really hope your dream comes true too :) You have such great energy and I’m sure you will love it. Can’t wait to hear your stories soon!

  4. Megan Sep 2 at 9:16 pm Reply

    Beautiful! A visual feast! Can’t wait to see parts 2, 3 and….?

  5. Daniel Patterson Sep 3 at 8:38 am Reply

    Stunning images! India has always been on my travel dream list – your photos have definitely pushed it up towards the top.

    • Nita Sep 3 at 3:43 pm Reply

      Many thanks Daniel :) Delighted to hear that my photos are inspiring you even further to visit!

  6. Katie Featherstone Jan 5 at 4:38 pm Reply

    Lovely photos. Even though it’s the least colourful, your little ‘white’ collection is fantastic. Clean and pure as you say!

    • Nita Jan 5 at 5:09 pm Reply

      Thank you, Katie! Glad you liked the pictures :)

  7. Anne Mar 11 at 10:21 pm Reply

    I love this, Nita! Reminds me of a blogging collaboration I work with called Project World Colors. Beautiful shots!

    • Nita Mar 12 at 12:23 am Reply

      Thanks so much Anne! Happy to hear you liked the pictures :)

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