Year 2014 was one of the most interesting years of my life till date. From January to December, I visited a lot of different places around India. From some metro cities to some rare and lifeless lands, some malls of big cities to ruined forts and some cities like Kargil, history to which have become an unforgotten part for every Indian. I used best of my senses to capture these places which can represent the best sense of that place. While writing this blog and choosing best of the pictures, I was wondering whether I was really lucky to visit these beautiful places and witness these from dawn to dusk, or it was just a dream. That is the best part I like in photography.
So here I present my “2014 Travelogue”, the 12 most beautiful places I visited in last 12 months:
1. Auli, Uttarakhand
2. Jaipur, Rajasthan
Jaipur, one of my favorite cities in India, which I never get bored of. This place has always something new to offer in every season.
3. Srinagar and Kargil, Jammu & Kashmir
4. Leh-Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir
5. Mandawa and Fatehpuri, Rajasthan
6. Mumbai, Maharashtra
7. Bhangarh, Rajasthan
A fort, or rather we should say “The Fort” is located around 70km from Jaipur, but no direct route. This place has certain superstitions attached to it. It is still a mystery what lies on this place for which this is also known as one of the world’s most haunted places.
Delhi, the capital city of India.It has a long history attached to it. We have almost endless opportunities for capturing photographs and knowing it better. You’ll always find something new. I’ve spent most of my time in Delhi, and I found it to be more interesting with Old Delhi area like Chandni Chowk. That place has a feeling left of a typical India, so much, as you can smell it while entering it 🙂
So if you are interested in street photography, It will be worthy to checkout Delhi at least once a lifetime.
9. Udaipur, Rajasthan
A simple and small, yet a wonderful place. I was very much impressed by its beauty. Udaipur is known for its lakes, and its cultural offerings.
10. Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
Lucknow, the city of nawabs. It was quite Interesting to explore this city, especially because of its food taste. Apart from photography, I loved the city for the food it offered, and of course, the hospitality.
11. Kila Raipur, Punjab
A lesser known place to many of us. Rural Olympics are organized in Kila Raipur in February every year. Just hold your breath while visiting this place because this place has something to offer which you might have not seen in your lifetime.
12. Nainital, Uttarakhand
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