Colourful Cities of India
Colours brings us together, they do not have any language but still every colour says something and has its significance in every aspect of our life. We are extremely lucky that we born in “The Incredible India” which is a group of thousand hues that make it what it is! Each city in India has some colour associated to it. We listed some of the best of them, actually the Top 10 colourful places everyone must see in India or the colourful cities of India
#Tulip Garden in Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir
It is rightly said by someone for Kashmir If there is #paradise on earth : “Its here, Its here, Its here!”. The beautiful & colourful Tulip gardens of Kashmir are Nature’s best gift to this paradise on earth.
Nainital in Uttarakhand
One of the beautiful lake city of India and a jewel in the state of Uttarakhand. The shine of this jewel becomes more vibrant by its lakes, boats, shikaras and yachts. The destination is worth visiting at least once.
#Holi in Vrindavan (Full of Colours), Uttar Pradesh
Who in India do not know about the famous Holi of Vrindavan. An ancient cum mythological city on the banks of the Yamuna River, believed to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna. People from all over the world come here together to play the festival of colours (Holi).
Pondicherry’s French Colonies
French left India very long time ago, but the taste and glimpse of their culture can still be seen in the French colonies of Pondicherry. The beautiful streets, which line the older part of the town are a heaven for the calm and peace seeking traveller. Gallic style of architecture, the French Colonies of Pondicherry are a true measure of its beauty.
The #Pink City, Jaipur, Rajasthan
The heritage city of India also know as the Pink City with a great historical importance. The city has retained its pink colour of hospitality from the time of Maharajas. When viewed from a distance the Pink City embodies all the beauteous charm that it is so famous for!
McleodGanj in Himachal Pradesh
Also, sometimes known as the mini Tibet of India. A small, meditative and spiritual hill station of Himachal Pradesh, McLeod Ganj is the destination of choice for many, who have had too much of the slick city life and now just want to be by themselves in the company of beautiful nature.
Colourful Ghats of Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
Popularly known as “Kaashi” amongst Hindus, resting on the banks of the Holy Ganga River, the Ghats of Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh are places of great worship for every hindu in the world. It is said that, you can actually see life come to a full circle around these Ghats. The most colourful and famous amongst them is the Dashashwamedh Ghat, where a puja that is performed to worship Lord Shiva.
#Kaas Plateau, Satara in Maharashtra
Not much famous and unexplored by most of Indians, The Kaas Plateau is one of the most beautiful plateaus in India. It is Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Biodiversity Site. In the months of August to September the region transforms into a beautiful carpet of almost 850 different species of flowers all of which are unique to the region.
Magical Blues of Jodhpur, Rajasthan
Do you know why Jodhpur is Blue in Colour? The answer is : It is believed that the city used to suffer from a huge termite problem and thus, the locals began adding Copper Sulphate to their whitewashes, which lent the city its beautiful blue colour. But its magical blue ambience makes it one of the most photogenic city of India.
Colours In The Valley Of Flowers, Uttarakhand
Valley of Flowers is a very beautiful national park in Uttarakhand. As you walk from the nearby town of Joshimath to complete this 17km long trek, you are greeted by the heady scent of forest flowers and the vibrant reds of wild strawberries.