Incredible India! A Photo Diary (60+ Pictures Inside!)

Written By bryanboy

Remember my Marrakesh photo diary? I must say this new post will top that blog entry. After a week of traveling India’s Golden Triangle, here’s a selection of the photos I took in New Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. India is such an amazing country. I am obsessed with all the colours, the textures, the sights, the sounds, the scents, the spices, everything! It’s hard NOT to be inspired here. I’ve been wanting to visit India for years and I’m so glad I did. I’ll definitely cherish this trip for life.

Taj Mahal reflection on Bryanboy's Miu Miu sunglasses

I took over 5,000 photos during my trip so far. I’m back here in New Delhi and my holiday isn’t over yet. Perhaps I’ll do a part two? We’ll see…

So tell me my dearest readers, what’s your favourite photograph?

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Bryanboy at the gardens of the Manor Hotel, New Delhi
Marigold Flowers at the Manor Hotel, New Delhi
photo of India Gate New Delhi
Lotus Temple New Delhi
Colourful mugs at Dilli Haat market New Delhi
A selection of embroiered bed spreads at Dilli Haat market New Delhi
Lantern at Sevilla Restaurant at Claridges Hotel
Incredible India - Bryanboy at the lobby of Claridges Hotel, New Delhi
Cash spread on the hotel bed
Inside the Le Meridien Hotel, New Delhi
Bryanboy at the rooftop of the Oberoi Hotel, New Delhi
Humayun's Tomb in New Delhi
Humayun's Tomb
Bryanboy at Qutub Minar
Ceiling of Akbar's Tomb in Sikadra
Restroom/toilet sign at a restaurant in Sikadra
Wide-eyed mask
Bryanboy and Orient Taj Hotel Agra bell hop
Bryanboy at the couch of the Orient Taj hotel lobby in Agra
Luggage for two people
Bryanboy in front of a doorway at the Orient Taj Hotel Agra
A statue at a restaurant in Agra
Orient Taj hotel Agra pool cabana
Orient Taj Hotel Agra swimming pool
An embellished and mirrored storage chest
Agra Fort Wall, Agra
Bryanboy at the entrance of Agra Fort
Bryanboy at the Agra Fort in Agra, India
Shah Jahan's section at Agra Fort
Bryanboy pointing at Taj Mahal
Taj Mahal Agra
Bryanboy at Taj Mahal, India
Semi-precious stones of the Taj Mahal
Outdoor chevroon pattern at Taj Mahal
Red-haired Indian woman
Bryanboy sleeping in the car on the road from Agra to Jaipur
Fatehpur Sikri Mosque, India
Wish offerings of cloth and flowers at Fatehpur Sikri
Wind Palace Jaipur
Bryanboy wearing Rag & Bone jeans at Hawa Mahal, Jaipur
Bryanboy with a baby elephant in Jaipur
Amber Palace in Japur, India
Bryanboy playing peekaboo at Amber Palace, Jaipur
The gardens of Amber Palace, Jaipur
Kama Sutra wall painting in Jaipur
Bryanboy with Indian women and children at the Amber Palace
Jaipur Turban Museum
Maheshwari wedding turban at the Turban Museum
Bryanboy in front of the Water Palace in Jaipur
Jantar Mantar Observatory Jaipur
Bryanboy and Aries at Jantar Mantar Jaipur
A Jaipur craftsman showing chemicals used in the block printing process
Restaurant mural in Jaipur
Bryanboy on a bench at City Palace, Jaipur
Bryanboy sitting on a bench at City Palace, Jaipur
Spiked details of City Palace doorway
Bryanboy at City Palace, Jaipur
Bryanboy and the gold door at City Palace
Peacock details of City Palace Jaipur
Wall sculpture of a woman at City Palace Jaipur
Verandah Cafe, Rambagh Palace Jaipur
Bryanboy at Verandah Cafe Rambagh Palace Jaipur
Bryanboy staring at a mirror at the Rambagh Palace hotel Jaipur
Rambagh Palace Hotel Jaipur
Flowers at the Rambagh Palace Jaipur entrance
Tie-dyed saris in Jaipur
Indian man showing photos to Bryanboy
Indian groom at a wedding
Male wedding turbans
A cabinet filled with turbans
A Hindu Temple in Jaipur
Bryanboy and a camel in Jaipur
A camel in Jaipur near the Amber Palace
Bryanboy wearing psychedelic colours at the Amber Palace fields

42 Comments

  1. Well, now you just made my dream of one day travelling to India become even bigger! Beautiful pictures! And i love your style btw! :)

  2. Stunning post! You’ve enticed me to want to visit as well. I love the photo of you as a tourist attraction surrounded by people. The woman in the sunglasses eating ice cream is classic.

  3. The details of the door with spokes is beautiful and the picture with you in the colourful ornate arch definitely says Incredible India!

  4. You really make me love fashion more! hahaha Still a college student from DLSU-Manila so obviously I don’t have the budget to be rocking designer stuff haha… Being a fervid admirer of fashion and TRAVELING at the same time, I must say the fashion and the places in this photo diary is just beguiling to the nth level! haha keep it up and God Bless :D

  5. I live in India, but you have taken some of the most amazing pictures I have ever seen and truly captured India’s beauty

  6. awesome pictures….i imagine you also have some outtakes- pictures of you- off guard-being goofy- off center…post some of those too.
    -Be Safe xx

  7. I love the camel pic and the last vanity shot. Beautiful colors. You made India enticing to your readers but it looks…uhmmmm…empty?? I don’t know. Maybe because there was less pictures of people. Anyhooooo, they’re beautiful. :)

  8. Yimi Cruz Bringas

    delicious, delicious darling! most I see, most I love

  9. omg! this is so so so inspiring! thank you for this load oh memories =) these photos make you imagine how it would be to actually experience what you are experiencing. so mesmerizing!

  10. The statement of your clothes takes on a more significant meaning against the backdrop of beautiful India! Simply adore the colors! Love from bowtiesandshowgirls.blogspot.com

  11. I love to follow you on twitter but these photos are amazing! Thank you for showing the architecture and the patterns of life in India. Your photos capture the poetry and the essence of the country. I also love you as the constant in all the pictures. It’s the most exciting and engaging travelog I’ve had the pleasure to see. I can’t wait for your next trip.

  12. I want to travel to India so much! Gorgeous shots and equally gorgeous outfits! xx

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  13. im going to india at the end of this year & whenever i tell people im going there they go “really? thats interesting..” they just dont get i. my answer to why? all the colours, the sights and sounds, smells & people. plus its so much different to australia. i want that!!x

  14. You captured the nicer and brighter side of India. Generally nobody sees this, all they see are the cons of the country.. Good job and you look fab btw!
    If you do come again, be sure to look me up!

  15. dude ur architecture pics are amazing. who knew india had such nice architecture. the pic of u in the prada lurex polo in front of that door is the coolest

  16. I have lived in Delhi for 10 years and been to Agra and Jaipur several times. Looks like you got the best of everything in India :)

  17. you made me fall in love with India all over again! Definitely going to spend more time with my camera and soak in all the beauty next time I go! x

  18. Wow bryanboy, you’ve gained some weight, I see that as an improvement! You look “healthy” now. I liked the picture where there was an elephant, I guess it captured a MOMENT, the indian guy was caught off guard hahaha!

  19. I only have to say, “I live in Delhi, meet me pretty please!!!” *puppy eyes*

    xxxo

    P.S. ask me anything about India, I can sure provide you some intriguing info. ;)

  20. I LOVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE your pictures! :) you loook so amazing!!! best post EVER!

  21. I love your use of colour and your style-Inspiring! And you make me want to go visit India ;-)

  22. my dear. i think you need to adjust the settings on your camera. the photos are very beautiful (angle and composition) but they seem to look a little dark and not sharp enough (?).
    But anyhoo… thanks for sharing snippets of your journey. :-)

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