India is unarguably one of the most photogenic destinations around the world. From hills and valleys, the rives and beaches and forests to the beautiful palaces, forts, temples and monasteries, there are a lot of experiences one can take back from a even a single trip to India. The food, music, culture, traditions and people of India only make our country more mesmerizing than ever. (DON’T MISS More stories on Nature and Wildlife) India has simple villages nestled in the hills and the extravagant cities that will leave you stunned. Instagram is one of the many platforms that keep proving, time and again how exotic India is. Some pictures on Instagram accounts take you through every aspect of India. If you don’t already, here are 10 such Indian travel Instagram accounts that are totally worth following! Also Read - To Fight COVID-19, PM Modi Launches 'CARES Fund', Urges Citizens to Donate

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A single horned Rhino and her calf. Assam// Photo By: @rohankabraham A photo posted by Where Is Northeast (@northeast_india) on Apr 18, 2016 at 3:49am PDT

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Longing the days of summer, wants to escape the city heat, mountains are calling, says each of my heartbeat!’ Crisp spring winds with perfect summer sun! . Hampta Pass, Manali, Himachal Pradesh . Photo and Caption By- @himalayan.explorer (Shubhranshu Chaudhary) #Follow . Trek that pack in everything – easy access, dark pine forests, open meadows, glacial valleys and an adventurous crossing of a pass that leaves the heart pumping. The Hampta Pass trek in Himachal is tailor made for those looking to experience the high Himalayan adventure. . The unforgettable high moderate Himalyan adventure Hampta Pass Trek is based in the region of beautiful Himachal (Manali) at an altitude of 14100 ft. high. . Use Hashtag #instahimachal or simply tag us @instahimachal in your photos to get featured on Insta Himachal. You can also mail us at instahimachal@gmail.com . If this is your picture or you think above picture is of other user and we are giving picture credits to wrong person then Feel free to contact us. We’ll take down that picture immediately from our feed. Don’t support Copy Cats..!! . #Himachal #HimachalPradesh #Indiapictures #ig_india #PhotographyLovers #BestOfTheDay #PhotoOfTheDay #BeautifulPlace #PlacesToSee #TravelDiaries #TravelGram #Landscape #wanderer #wanderlust #WorldBestGram #instagramhub #Spring #Forest #Vscogram #vscodaily #ShareYourParadise #Mountains #NatureMoments #GramOfTheDay #igersoftheday #NatGeoMoment #travelphotography

A photo posted by Insta Himachal (@instahimachal) on Apr 6, 2016 at 7:23am PDT

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Colva in the monsoon. Photo by @jamespwatson #goa #monsoon #grey skies

A photo posted by Goa (@goa) on Jun 26, 2015 at 6:29am PDT

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Life is to explore . @indiatravelgram visited Bhuli Bhatiyari, Except capital of India, Delhi means story. Full of tombs, forts, miners and other remnants. With the times, many of them lost their importance. People hardly enquire or visit those. Such a place is Bhuli Bhatiyari Ka Mahal. Ghost legends run here over for many years. Various sounds emanate in night from the Mahal. Sometimes people hear ghostly voice of men and women. Venturesome people tried to go there at night. But most of the time they face restriction from police guarding there.It’s like a ruined small palace cum courtyard behind the Hanuman statue near the Jhandewalan Metro station. Consisting many small chambers in it. In the 14th century Feroze Shah Tughlaq built many hunting lodge. This is among one of them. Except king’s hunting time, this also used as inn too. Bu-Ali Bhatti was the name of the lady caretaker of this Mahal. From Bu-Ali-Bhatti’s Mahal it pronounced as Bhuli Bhatiyari Ka Mahal. Some say before may years a queen neglected by his king spent her life there. She was from Bhatiyari family. So the name follows after her. Her soul still roams there. Her whispering makes this place horrible at night. Also, according to another story a curse of a Faqir still running with the place. Though we don’t know any details about it. . . . Share your stories and pictures for Feature only on our hashtag – #indiatravelgram to get featured . . . #india #delhi #delhigram #_soi #incredibleindia #instagram #love #instagood #instalike #photooftheday #picoftheday #bestoftheday #travel #streets #dfordelhi #delhiwale #sodelhi #delhistreets #indiapictures #indianphotography #sun #history #photographers_of_india #delhilove #travel #travelgram #indianphotographers #instatag4likes A photo posted by INDIATRAVELGRAM (@indiatravelgram) on Apr 12, 2016 at 9:23pm PDT

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Happy World Heritage Day 2016. 18 April World Heritage is the shared wealth of humankind. Protecting and preserving this valuable asset demands the collective efforts of the international community. This special day offers an opportunity to raise the public’s awareness about the diversity of cultural heritage and the efforts that are required to protect and conserve it, as well as draw attention to its vulnerability. _______________________________________ Today we will repost pics based on heritage sites in maharashtra only. Upload heritage sites pics which you have been there with special hashtag #mh_ig_whd (only for today) and #Maharashtra_ig _______________________________________ Captured by @rangdephotography The Kailasa temple (IAST: Kail??a) is one of the largest rock-cut ancient Hindu temples located in Ellora, Maharashtra, India. A megalith carved out of one single rock, it is considered one of the most remarkable cave temples in India because of its size, architecture and sculptural treatment. The Kailasa temple (Cave 16) is one of the 34 cave temples and monasteries known collectively as the Ellora Caves. Its construction is generally attributed to the 8th century Rashtrakuta king Krishna I. The temple architecture shows traces of Pallava style. ~ wiki #Maharashtra #Aurangabad #elloracaves #ellora #kailashtemple #caves #worldheritage #Maharashtra_ig

A photo posted by Maharashtra Instagrammers (@maharashtra_ig) on Apr 17, 2016 at 8:56pm PDT

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