7 Awesome Bird’s eye view of Indian cities

India – the first thing that comes to the mind are vibrancy, colours, food and festivals. It is a mix of traditional yet modern architectural it its cities. These ever developing cities which look as beautiful while driving through them as they look from a bird’s eye view. Here is a compilation of 7 awesome photos.

Udaipur at sunset

‘Udaipur’, a royal oasis amidst the rugged landscape of Rajasthan, with civilization set around Lake Pichola and Fatehsagar Lake, stands proud at the shore of Lake Pichola the beautiful – City Palace which is epitome of some brilliant colorful carvings which narrates a historic saga. Photo and caption credit: Kunjal Karaniya, Unplugged Moments 

Rishikesh

‘Rishikesh’, located in the Uttarakhand state of India is a city that enchants and overwhelms at the same time.  There is so much to absorb here by just being and breathing in the town. Be it spirituality, adventure, fun or relaxation, Rishikesh has something to offer to everyone. With the holy river Ganga, the sadhus, ashrams, yoga, the international tourists that mingle here like locals and the Hindu mythology – even a few days spent here can feel like a trip of life time. Photo and caption credit: Sindhu, Interlude Journey 

Pondicherry/Puducherry

‘Pondicherry’, The Indian French town. Photo credit: Ashfina, The Wicked Soul

Bird's eye view of Goa

‘Goa’. The shore bade me goodbye, but to call me back again. Photo and caption credit: Pooja Purohit, Flashymeadows

Jodhpur

‘Jodhpur’ – The Blue City. Even the Dark Knight (Batman) could not resist going beyond the walls of the Mehrangarh Fort.  Photo and caption credit: Ketki, Explorewithecokats

Bhuj

‘Bhuj’, Rising stronger than ever before. The city was completely destroyed in the earthquake of 2001 which killed thousands of people. Glismpses of destruction still visible in this queen palace but the city has developed since then. Photo and caption credit: Sagar Kabra, Tour Dé India

‘Leh’. Fly to the highest airport in India if you want to visit the rooftop of this beautiful country. Photo and caption credit: Suchit Gadre 

13 thoughts on “7 Awesome Bird’s eye view of Indian cities

  1. I love this! One of my favorite things to do when I visit a new place is to see it from a high vantage point.

  2. Such lovely pictures. I have been to some of these places and I know how wonderful they look. Its always amazing to capture such amazing bird’s eye views of these places.

  3. This is so nice. I like all the pics especially the one of Jodhpur. I took some pictures from the fort but none of them had a lot of blue buildings like the pic you got.

    Good job!! (Y) (Y)

  4. Great read! All of these locations look so beautiful from above. I’ve always wanted to visit India. I never knew there was a blue city – sounds really fun!

  5. Wow, what incredible photos! I never think of India as somewhere you’d look at from ‘on high’…if that makes sense. As an aside, every time I hear or see the word Pondicherry it just reminds me of the character from (I think) Charlie and the Chocolate Factory!

    1. Yes samantha it is a for bridge. Rishikesh is famous for yoga retreats. You must try it if you visit India next time.

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