A travel around some of the most colourful places is a visual treat in India. It is not just Holi that makes India look colourful but there are a number of destinations that're just vibrant.
We definitely love to experience such picturesque spots as they're soothing and exciting to look at. A travel around our country will introduce you to some beautiful places that're worth your time.
Let us make a virtual tour!
Holi – Rejoicing the Colours
You won't find any other place more colourful than India during Holi! You'll see the people drenched in colours and the streets that look like rainbows. If you want to experience Holi at its best then head to Mathura or Vrindavan!
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Do you know Jodhpur is called as the 'Blue City' in Rajasthan! The houses around Mehrangarh Fort are painted in vivid-blue and that makes it one of the most colourful places in India.
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Flowers Own this Valley
Valley of flowers is one of the nature's gifts in Uttarakhand. Flowers cover the mountain slopes with its magic. Fortunately, there are 5 such valley of flowers in India! It is nothing less than a visual treat.
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In the Name of Hornbill
The Hornbill Festival is as vibrant as the Great Indian Hornbill! The tribes come together in their traditional costumes and proudly showcase their culture.
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You should definitely visit Kerala during Onam festival. The Pookalam ( a design of flowers) are made in front of every household. It is believed that their ancient king Mahabali visits them during Onam. The Pookalam looks beautiful with different shades of flowers!
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Go Apple Picking
Do you like the unique red colour of Apples? Apple orchards are famous in Himachal Pradesh. Shimla is one of the popular places for apple orchards. A visit to these fruit gardens will be very soothing for your eyes and exciting for your taste buds!
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The Grandeur of Mysore Dasara
The Dasara Festival celebrated in Mysore of Karnataka is world famous. The grand 10 days festival attracts thousands of people. Elephants dressed in costumes, dance performances and the grand procession makes it one of the most colourful places in India.
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The blue shade of high altitude lakes is unique and most alluring. Pangong Tso Lake is one such undescribable beauty in Ladakh.
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Watching the Sunset
The mix of orange and yellow ball drowning into the vast blue sky is a mystical sight. There are various spectacular sunset points in India and among the sunset in Agumbe is one the famous ones. A view of sunset is unarguably the most colourful sight.
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Soothing Emerald Green
There is no competition when it comes to nature's beauty. A view of tea estates covering the mountain slopes in Munnar is very soothing, definitely colourful!
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A View of Pink
An aerial view of Jaipur shows that 'pink' colour forms the major part of the city. Hence, it is popularly known as the 'Pink City'. Surely interesting right?!
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A Show of Flowers
Lalbagh is a famous garden in Bangalore. Its bi-annual event Lalbagh Flower Show is very famous. The beautiful replicas of different architectures are made out of varieties of flowers. A visit to this event is a must if you come to Bangalore at that time.
The Saffron Town
Saffron is one of the expensive spices in India. It's unique colour and taste is an exotic ingredient in the Indian dishes. Pampore is popular for Saffron farms and hence the name 'Saffron Town of Kashmir'. Definitely one of the colourful places in India.
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Folk Art Procession
You'll be surprised by the vibrant and glittering costumes of folk art forms in Kerala. Onam is one such time when a procession of different folk art forms happen. Of course, there are many festivals where you can witness similar events but Onam is a famous one.
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Lavasa is a new city and a hill station near Pune. It is modelled after an Italian town, Portofino. Lavasa City with its interesting infrastructure and a vibrant ambiance is a must visit.
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The Red Which Brings Fortune
A visit to Kolkata during Durgotsav or Durga Pooja is a dynamic sight. It is one of the largest festivals in Kolkata. You'll see beautiful Durga idols seated in pandals. Music and dance all around. Most of all the married women playing 'sindoor-khela' (women smear verimilian powder on each other). Even the red and white saree (traditional Bengali saree) wore by women will enchant you.
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The Toy Town
Toys are surely one of the most colourful things. Channapatna in Karnataka is known for making the wooden toys which are world famous. It is a traditional craft which has attracted many across the country. So, the name 'Gombegala Ooru' ( Toy Town). Ofcourse, it will be a colourful experience.
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The Laad Bazar or the Choodi Bazar is a bangle market in Hyderabad. It is an old market where you can find varieties of bangles and artificial jewelry. The whole area look lively with glittering bangles.
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Enthralling River Ghats
The Ganga river ghats in Varanasi is known to be picturesque. It is one of the best places to go on photography tour. The gushing Ganga river and the city next to it is dynamic to look at.
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The Golden Temple in Bylakuppe is one of the colourful monasteries. A nice ambience invites you to this temple complex.
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A view of blue buildings at Jodhpur in Rajasthan, Valley of flowers in Uttarakhand, etc. will make you appreciate India even more.
The famous festivals like Dasara in Mysore, Karnataka should never be missed. They're the ones which display the rich culture and traditions of our country.
A scenic tour is a must to witness the colourful places in India.