India is an amazing land of unity in diversity. Within the borders lie vast areas of completely contrast natural splendor. Forests, water bodies, snow fall, desert, mountains and oceans enrich us with natural resources and beauty. While these are good enough reasons for photographers worldwide to explore the length and breadth of our country, we have some man-made marvels also that are considered amongst the wonders of the world.
Our rich culture and various invasions have contributed to landscapes and buildings including palaces and places of worship that have many stories to tell. Some of the popular pictures of India include wonders like Taj Mahal, Qutub Minar, Charminar, Red Fort, Brindavan Garden, Puri Jagannath Temple, Ajanta Ellora Caves, Gateway of India, Himalayan mountain ranges covered with snow etc. all tell different stories from different angles of camera.
An album with Photographs of India would be incomplete without these historical monuments which are being preserved by our Government for coming generations to see and admire. Colours are an integral part of India Photography. India has a colourful culture and it will be evident in most of the pictures of India featuring Indian people, flowers and festivals.
An array of Indian photographs ranging from the Himalayas to the coastal Kanyakumari will be quite colourful and intriguing. While one set of popular photographs depicts the richness and festivities of India another set portrays the poor and needy living in footpath and slums. Yet another group of photographers portray the glitz and glamour of fashion and movie industry.