10 Most Instagrammed Places of India

Updated: Aug 17, 2020



India with its rich heritage, vibrant culture, and the most heartwarming people surely is a land where magic happens. Even an infinite amount of life cycles wouldn’t be enough to capture all its beauty and grandeur.


However, there are a few gems that manage to shine brighter in the camera lens.


Here, we have curated a list of the ten most instagrammed places of India.


Taj Mahal, Agra


The ivory white marble mausoleum stands in all its glory on the southern bank of Yamuna river, in the Agra city of Uttar Pradesh.


Listed as one of the seven wonders of the world, it attracts tourists and photographers alike in heavy numbers.


From the intricate carvings, the magnificent red and white aesthetic, to its view from the banks of the river, its beauty is unparalleled, be it during the first light of dawn, or in broad daylight.


Marine Drive, Mumbai


Often referred to as the Queen’s necklace due to its glowing string of street lights, the C-shaped boulevard hugs the concrete jungle to offer an uninterrupted view of the Arabian Sea.


The beautiful sunsets and late night walks in the cold breeze undoubtedly makes it the most peaceful place in the city.


Golden Temple, Amritsar


Also called Harmandir Sahib or Darbar Sahib, it is the holiest shrine of Sikhism.


It is known not only for its spiritual significance, but also the architectural beauty, langar and the sublime peace that one feels by being there.


Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh


From the Ganga ghats to the serpentine lanes, every nook and corner of Banaras has little surprises in store for you. One can never be lost here.


The spiritual capital with its infamous chaats and food delicacies, aghori babas and bustling streets, is a haven for street photographers, food bloggers, and travellers looking for an invigorating experience.


India Gate, New Delhi


The iconic memorial has become the face of Delhi. The lush gardens and playgrounds, big fountains, boat clubs, wide roads, and local hawkers on the stretch between India Gate and Rashtrapati Bhawan make it a popular picnic spot.


During early mornings, you'll find many photographers and joggers around the place, but the monument comes to life during the nights when it is illuminated with lights and buzzing with tourists.


Pink City, Jaipur


The city isn't all about its romantic dusty pink hue. Situated in one of the most vibrant states of India, it has the most royal palaces with symmetrical structures, intricate carvings and ornate designs, which makes it a candy land for any photographer!


Salt Flats, Kutch


Home to India's largest salt plain, Kutch's Salt Flats mirror the vast expanse of the sky. You can catch some of the best landscape sunsets here when the changing colours of the sun reflect against the salt and the vastness makes you feel as if you are on the edge of the world.


Nandi Hills, Bangalore


Nandi is a perfect weekend getaway destination due to its proximity to Bangalore in Karnataka.


Driving on those meandering roads with spectacular valley views, makes one feel that they are in a misty paradise. The route also has many monuments from Tipu Sultan's era giving you a journey through time and space of beauty.


Baga Beach, Goa


Located in North Goa, Baga is one of the most popular beaches all thanks to its pulsating nightlife.


Sprawling with eateries, flea markets, a number of water sports, and shacks that come to life at night, it is a perfect blend of modernity and local culture. Whether you want a hippie or a family vacation sunbathing on the shore, Baga has it all.


Tea Gardens, Munnar


The tea plantations carpet the lush green hill station in the western ghats making it one of the most picturesque landscapes in the country.


The faint aroma of tea and spices wafting through the thick mist can rejuvenate any soul. It is an ideal destination for nature lovers, wildlife lovers, and adventure travellers alike due to its rich biodiversity and pristine landscape.


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