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Incredible India: A Photo Essay (Part Two)


Welcome to Part Two of my India Photo Essay. Join me on an exploration of the sights, people and culture of the world’s most fascinating country.

In This India Photo Essay You Will Discover:

  • The Landmarks of the North
  • India’s Tropical Paradise
  • Mosques & Rajput Architecture

How long would it take to fully explore India? A year? A lifetime? Most likely the latter, as this country is moving forward at a breakneck pace — set to exceed China in population and America in GDP by 2030. It is a tourist destination like no other, rich with landmarks, beaches and fascinating culture.

Explore India with me — welcome to part two of my India Photo Essay:


Days of relaxation in peaceful Goa.


Lost in the Taj Mahal…


In total awe of the Taj Mahal.


Delhi’s Qutub Minar, a must-see in the country’s capital city.


Westerners: you will have “paparazzi” hounding you throughout your trip.


People say Goa’s beaches are crowded and spoiled. Don’t believe everything you hear.


The sundial in Jaipur’s Jantar Mantar at exactly noon.


Jama Masjid — one of the first landmarks we saw in India.


Jaigarh, one of Jaipur’s lesser-known gems.


The Saturday Night Market, Arpora, Goa.


Oh, the cows of Goa. Funny, yet really annoying sometimes.


Mumbai’s famous Gateway to India.


Expect to spend a couple of hours touring Jaipur’s Amber Fort.


Agra may have India’s most chaotic streets.


Rajput architecture in Jaipur’s Amber Fort.


It remains India’s number-one attraction, and for good reason.


The spectacular Amber Fort of Jaipur.


A 900-year-old tomb, with its de facto guard dog.


Taj Mahal — the world’s most beautiful building.



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About the author: David Webb is a Vancouver, BC-based travel writer, photographer and magazine editor.

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  • Jamsiya Jul 30, 2018 Link

    Hey David, Love the pictures you have captured while your travel in India. You doesn’t took pictures you have captured the cultural heritage of India. I wish you all the very best and I hope you visit Kerala also. I am a Keralian and I would like to see the pictures of kerala in your blog. So while planning to travel in India don’t forget to visit Kerala

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