India’s 10 Most Instagrammable Cities

by Yashasvi Shaktawat
by Yashasvi Shaktawat 114

Every good trip requires a good phone, a good camera and great connectivity to share our pictures online on social media apps like Instagram where everything is alluring and instant. The app is an amazing platform to share instant pictures that inspire people to travel, click photos and get creative with posts. Let us look at some of the most Instagrammable cities:

1. Udaipur

Udaipur, the city of Lakes is the historic capital city of the kingdom of Mewar. It has been flourishing with tourism and has become the hottest wedding destination this year. The city is shimmering with lakes, forts, palaces and museums with a pleasant atmosphere all year long which makes it the most instagrammable destination in our list.

2. Delhi

Delhi, India’s capital territory is brimming with historic landmarks dating back to the Mughal Empire, the street food is a treasure for locals and tourists that allures everyone to visit the capital city. The rich culture and heritage of the bygone era and the ‘galis’ of Purani Dilli and Delhi-6 makes it the most instagrammable city of India.

3. Mumbai

Mumbai is a cosmopolitan city that brings together several cultures, different strata of people, different caste and class all under one roof. The coming together of a different set of people with similar like-mindedness, several landmarks such as the Gateway of India, Queen’s necklace and the famous Sea-link bridge make this city the most popular on the gram.

4. Bengaluru

Bengaluru is the centre of India’s high-tech industry, it boasts many parks and a pretty happening nightlife. The Cubbon Park, Bengaluru Palace and the Windsor Castle are some of its famous landmarks. The pleasant weather conditions attract many tourists to the city.

5. Hyderabad

Palaces with intricate carvings on the pillars, the grandeur of the Nizams are proof that this city is a dynamic capital of the Southern state of India, Telangana. It’s also home to many upscale restaurants, and many historic sites like the Golconda Fort and the Charminar.

6. Ladakh

Ladakh is a beautiful region in the state of Jammu and Kashmir in Northern India. This place is engulfed with majestic arid mountains, Buddhist monasteries, prayer flags fluttering at hilltops, prayer wheels being spun clockwise and the maroon colour is seen flashing around against the whitewashed stupas in the farthest reaches of India. You possibly can’t take a bad picture at this part of India and make your Insta feed popping with colourful murals and cheerful faces of the kids of the Tibetan culture.

7. Jaipur

Jaipur’s intrinsic culture representing the royal castles, forts, monuments and the colourful display of clothes lined up in the streets make this city one of the most popular amongst tourists and locals alike. It’s the capital city of Rajasthan and is now called the ‘Pink City’ for its trademark building colour. Strike a pose against those pink-hues walls and get your feed popping with a splash of colours.

8. Varanasi

Regarded as the spiritual capital city of India, it draws Hindu pilgrims from all over the country who come to worship and pay their respects at the temples that are lined up along the banks of the river Ganges. Pilgrims are said to wash away their sins by taking a dip into the sacred waters of the river Ganges. The ‘aarti’ that is performed in the evening at the ghat in temples is a sight to behold and to be captured from your cameras to savour this memory for lifelong.

9. Darjeeling

The sprawling tea gardens and the majestic views of the Himalayas make this place the most pristine destination of West Bengal. You can capture the colonial-era architecture and Buddhist monasteries all at one place and enjoy the views from the toy trains that run in this tiny hill station.

10. Puducherry

Experience a fairytale living in of a Sothern France village as this city will give you just that. The yellow walls and the finely intricated murals at Puducherry are a visual retreat to the eyes and your feed as well.

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