We know India as a land of multiple cultures, huge population, spices, and so on, but among all these, our USP is the beautiful spread of colors through landscapes. Like our popular spices, these colors are roaring, sophisticated, loopy, mellifluously, toned, etc. Do you know the most colorful places in India? Well, if not, we’ve made a list of destinations as bright and vibrant as a rainbow.
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Sikkim Buddhist prayer flags
Old and new, yellow, white and red, the Buddhist prayer flags in Sikkim carry prayers of various people visiting this country. Spreading color and glamour, these flags dance with the wind and are scattered all over the city. These flags represent wisdom, peace and compassion.
Uttrakhand- The Valley of Flowers
Precisely and, metaphorically, this national park will take you high. To reach the Valley of Flowers you have to do some trekking, but the final destination is worth your efforts. You will be awestruck by the scenery of 300 different types of alpine flowers with a backdrop of snow-capped mountains.
Jodhpur – The Blue City
Munnar is South India’s largest tea-growing region and with its beautiful grounds and exceptional scenery, this destination should definitely be on your bucket list. Forming a cluster of colors with its emerald green tea plantations, swirls of white mist, purple neelakurinji flowers, Munnar is not only soothing to the eyes but also to the soul.
Srinagar – Dal Lake
A view that takes your imagination – a clean, clear layer of water embraced by beautifully painted floating shikaras is simply impressive. Visit this place to witness the surreal beauty, the magical environment and of course to shop at the floating market.
Colors are like music to the eyes. And these destinations allow you to experience amazing visual symphonies. Enjoy this beauty and let yourself be enchanted.