Delhi is not just Dilwalon Ki, it is also Photowalon ki! No we are not talking about our selfie-crazy generation, who will go leaps and bounds to get the perfect selfie. We are talking about the photography fanatics favorite places to click amazing pictures of man-made wonders!. Here we have for you a list of 5 best historic monuments, where you can use your photography skills at your best. Read on…
QUTUB MINAR AND THE MEHRAULI ARCHEOLOGICAL PARK
No doubts, these two places are the perfect example of ancient architectural wonders that we have in India. You see intricate designs on each wall of the Minar, and you keep wondering how the people back then made it without even having equipments. Your cameras will be at their functional best, once you visit these places. The greenery around the area makes it all the more appealing to the eyes and to the viewers too!
One of the most beautiful monuments of Delhi is also one of the most photogenic ones. As you sit in the lawns of India gate, you cannot help but capture the beauty of the monument from different angles. And it comes out just perfect from all of them. If you are good at your work, you would be able to capture Amar Jawaan Jyoti with an amazing view of India Gate, and there you’ll have the perfect picture to relish for years to come!
The largest mosque in Asia, Jama Masjid offers beautiful, picturesque sceneries to make you and your camera ecstatic. This place offers you a bird eye’s view of Purani Dilli. The pure red sandstones used to build this beautiful monument ensure that your pictures are full of colours. Visit this beautiful place to have a peaceful time and click some amazing pictures!
Built with a contemporary-looking design, the Lotus Temple is extraordinarily beautiful. Its white colour and wonderful architecture makes you gasp for breath, looking at the marvel it is. There are plenty of spots to click some amazing pictures, and it is a golden opportunity for photography enthusiasts. There are lush green lawns around the temple which make it all the more pretty to look at.
Old Delhi is definitely photographer’s Delhi! Yet another masterpiece made in the Mughal Period, this red masterpiece is your camera’s best friend. With such precision in construction, no picture can turn up to be bad. And the best part is the Indian Flag at the top of the monument, marvellous in its own beauty. Come to this place for the best pictures to go up into your album!
So there you go! Find the photographer in you and go to these amazing places for some good time and great pictures.